As there was so much to this company I had to split the post, you can find the other half here, and this part will concentrate on storage and chairs. Lets start with this chest of drawers, Aphrodite, or is it a stack of drawers? Either way the style is a nice departure from the […]
So do you remember the computer games Frogger and PacMan well this table from Atomare really reminds me of the two games, from the bright green to the big open mouth, maybe its the table version of Kermit the Frog!! The Ogo is covered in rubber so would have an interesting feel compared to what […]
So yesterday I posted about one of the two trends I have spotted cropping up in design, natural, and today its almost the opposite with fractural design. Remember those 80′s graphics of fractural number algorithms continuously changing on the screen. This theme reminds me of that and is almost the opposite of the natural design […]
Following all the looking around at designs at the moment it seems that there are two very different trends happening the first is natural, which is what this post is about, and the second is edgy or fractural which I will show you tomorrow. Natural design comes from the efficient use of material, look at […]
I have looked at many fireplaces over the years in peoples homes, magazines, shows and hotels and the lovely flickering flame is always romantic and warming to my heart most seem to either be modern or old fashioned, but thankfully after6studio have designed a fireplace with some flare (and plenty of flame) which also have […]
Every now and then you come across some furniture that is just a little different, such as the Eden Furniture we posted last week here, but Andrea Felice of AF Design use wood and metals to make handcrafted furniture with a twist. For example a normal side cupboard, simple 2 doors, OK lets jazz it […]
Recently I have been doing a lot of development work for a client and this involves ordering prototypes which currently is via rapid prototypes be it SLS or SLA. This is a fascinating industry at the moment as the products and materials are moving at such a fast pace. We even ordered some prototype jewellery […]
As you might have noticed I am showcasing some of the designs and people from the RCA Yearbook I recently brought, see here. Well one that struck me as being a good design because of its language to use in several products was Nicola Zocca Shrink collection. The chair above uses the wood frame to soften […]
Recently I have been writing about design from people that either work at the Royal College of Art or attend the Design Products course because of the yearbook I recently got, read about it here. Well today I am going to look at some of the work of Michael Marriot, and the first piece is […]
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