February 26, 2013
General Design, Industrial Design, Product Design
One of the more satisfying things to see is a clean and clear workspace. This streamlined, simple, floating work desk is a great example of a leg-less place to carryout your work.
April 24, 2012
Design Tools, Innovators & Creators, Product Design, Product Innovation
Just when you thought furniture design couldn’t get any simpler, try an edible version.
These mini-cake versions of household furniture come in angel food, brownie and cake. The only problem is [that] they are scaled down too much to enjoy!
Read more: http://www.saporedeimobili.com/project.html
February 29, 2012
Innovators & Creators, Product Design, Product Innovation
This is the work of Japanese-born, Italian designer Naoki Hirakos. These pieces are very complimentary with both sweeping curves and abrupt angles. The storage space is unimaginable in the first piece, with an endless combination of cubbys.
To see more of Hirakoso’s work, click here!
September 15, 2011
Designer Profiles, General Design, Industrial Design, Product Design, Product Innovation
How cool are these “Hush” pod chairs from designer Freyja Sewell? Designed to create an enclosed personal retreat, these chairs can also be folded to create a more traditional seat. Read more »
August 16, 2011
General Design, Product Design, Product Innovation
What do you get when you cross the Mona Lisa and a folding chair?
Not a joke — you get the Mona Lisa Chair, by Kwang Hoo Lee.
If you’re going to fold up a chair, you might as well make it a piece of art, right?