Lotus Furniture Set

September 22, 2009


Lotus Furniture Set as its name implies, blossoms like a lotus flower, so it opens like a big hug to welcome the user.
The Lotus has lighting on the upper surface of the table and chairs, so when displaced each chair activates the lighting.

Extract from A criacao

Aperitivo Table

September 10, 2009


Aperitivo Table designed by Eon Ju Park from Korea, is one of the 100 shortlisted entries from the designboom competition ‘it’s aperitivo time’ in collaboration with Peroni Nastro Azzurro.
The Aperitivo Table is a simple and stylish way in which to hold your food and drink. The table looks like a tree with branches of small circles which allow you to place and remove glasses with ease – the table itself appearing like a small party space decorated by colorful drinks and food.

Extract from designboom

Random pic of the week

August 24, 2009


i-Bum is the chair which creates embarrassments for its audience. Once a person sits on the chair, automatically the chair scans their bottom and prints out the image.

Extract from KithKin

Gaudi Stool

August 21, 2009


The Gaudi Stool benefits from the beam-grid substructure-style that support its thin carbon fiber shell. Rapid-prototyping techniques employed in its manufacture ensures that the cost of production stays minimum, thus making it a viable project.

Extract from Yanko Design

Mag Frame

August 4, 2009


Mag Frame is designed for ease of carrying and removing magazine with the steel plate at an angle. Mag Frame has clean curves, which consists of a single steel plate brushed.

Extract from Déco-Design

Vessel Table

July 29, 2009


The Vessel Table is inspired by anatomical slides of blood & tissue,  mimicking the naturally occurring internal structure of the living body. The Vessel table contains 26 CNC–cut plywood layers, each one with a unique internal shape.

Extract from blogpaper

Vegetables 3D

July 28, 2009


The vegetable 3D  are organic products such as a bowl, a vase, plates, made from a variety of 100% dried vegetables and fruits. All the materials are fully eatable, 100% biological disposable and tasty.

It is recommended for use indoors. When the material is in a high-humidity environment, the material becomes weaker and more flexible. In a constant high-humid environment, or when the material gets wet, the material will perish thus not suitable for places like Singapore.

I can imagine it being used for picnics and home buffets, less waste, more food.

Extract from Geke Wouters