Tubo Chair

September 5, 2008




“Designed to be part of different scenarios, such as breakfast in a garden, dinner on a loft, or even in a bathroom, to help recovery patients to take a bath.
Tubo is a collection of eight tubular furniture made of stainless steel which because of their physical structure perform perfectly in outdoors and indoors situations.

This table and seats were designed with a single line, which has a beginning and an end, and without knowing the difference; it is never broken, giving form to the entire Tubo Collection.”

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Light Bench

August 29, 2008


Light Bench is made of acrylic and stainless steel with LED lighting with millions of adjustable shades through a pre-programmed remote control that is simple and intuitive to use. Suitable for indoor and outdoor. Maybe it warms the butt too.

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Ecopanchina

June 25, 2008


Grow barley, malt grain, make beer, bottle beer, drink beer on bench, fill bottle with water, water barley, repeat.
Ecopanchina has won the prize “the best readymade of the bottle” for the Nastro Azzurro Design Competition celebrated in Milan.

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SKEW-001 Bench

June 14, 2008


“Designed to be a sculptural form of intersecting angular planes, the SKEW-001 draws inspiration from geological rock formations and also suggests movement.”
Hmmm… attract smokers to stump their cigarettes in it too…

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Spaceless

June 2, 2008


The goal of having “Spaceless” is to use the condo balcony to maximize living space and to improve the building environment by enhancing the functionality of the balcony space. Great idea for places that has housing space crunch like in Hong Kong and Singapore where per square feet of space cost from SGD250 to SGD3000…

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Water Bar

December 30, 2007


This water on the table looks so real, you might think twice before sitting on it. The effect is created using an optical glass block that is crafted in such a way that it gives the impression of flowing water.
What’s worse is that if there’s real spilled water on it, you will not be able to tell… but then this does not label the table less amazing! Loved it.

Extracted from Tokujin Yoshioka Design

Sitscape

December 28, 2007


The Sitscape Couch is crafted to accommodate six of the most common relaxation positions. It is designed to allow for a smooth transition between said positions. So, whether you are lying down or sitting cross-legged, the Sitscape has you covered. The unique contours of the Sitscape couch allow for “new and unexpected possibilities”…

Extract from Hackenbroich Architekten