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High Tech Katedra Desk That Charges Your Phone

Sat, Nov 22, 2014 | Desks

Desnahemisfera designed an office desk, named Katedra, out of contrasting materials that even includes a built-in wireless phone charger (AirCharge). A curved white Kerrock surface is used for the desktop which sits atop what looks like a stack of wooden beams. The blocks are actually three, push-to-open drawers that are cleverly disguised. The AirCharge...Continue Reading...

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Unique Eclipse Clock And Minimal Art Object In One

Wed, Nov 19, 2014 | Clocks

Designed by artist Iván Navarro, the Eclipse Clock is a minimal art object and functional digital clock made of aluminum, LED lights, acrylic and glass. Why such a name? Because the circular clock face begins completely dark at midnight and becomes gradually illuminated as dawn approaches until entirely lit at noon. As the hours pass, the word...Continue Reading...

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30 Eye-Catching Entryway Benches For Your Home

Wed, Nov 19, 2014 | Furniture

Whether it’s the back door or in the foyer, creating comfort as well as style in your entryways in a must. Your guests will get their first impression of your home with these glances and it’s important to transform these spaces into cozy, welcoming and “uniquely yours” type of nooks. And that comfy feeling cannot be complete without a bench to help...Continue Reading...

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Compact, Stylish And Portable Kangeri Nomadic Radiator

Wed, Nov 19, 2014 | Radiators

The cold season has started, and many of us have already started using radiators. We’ve already told you of some uniquely designed ones, and here’s one more model you may like. Satyendra Pakhale designed the Kangeri Nomadic Radiator to be a plug in and portable heater that is meant to warm up spaces close to the user. Its name comes from a kanger, a pot...Continue Reading...

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Natural Yet Minimalist Milano Study Light

Mon, Nov 17, 2014 | Lights

The LED lamp in ‘Milano Study’ is directed to its wooden surface giving it a warm, atmospheric glow. The young designers of Politecnico di Milano, Alessandro Grasso, Alexandra Lunardi, Sara Flamigni and Emanuele Colzani say that their work was inspired by the organic, natural shapes – such as leaves, flowers, drops of water. That’s why the material...Continue Reading...

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Cement Counting The Rice Table And installation In One

Sat, Nov 15, 2014 | Tables

Moroso has released 30 cement editions of the combined seat and table that Daniel Libeskind designed for Marina Abramovic’s live art piece, Counting the Rice, earlier this year. Libeskind’s design is a series of connected angular planes that form the back, seat, base, supports and tabletop. The work surface is angled down towards the user and...Continue Reading...

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Unique Well Light Inspired By Traditional Water Wells

Wed, Nov 12, 2014 | Lights

Elements inspire many designers, and today it’s all about water. Inspired by traditional water wells, MEJD Studio borrowed the principle of the simple wooden handle mechanism for its Well Light. As the bulb descends into the glass, the gradient blue or sanded matte becomes more opaque and intense. The glass containers were blown into a wooden mold and...Continue Reading...

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Sustainable And Eye-Catching Japanese Furniture: New Standard Collection

Tue, Nov 11, 2014 | Furniture

What’s special about Japanese designers – I think that no one knows better how to make eye-catching, functional and ergonomic furniture. Japanese company Karimoku launched the New Standard Collection, which owns such properties. The line of furniture is made from hardwood harvested from low-diameter trees, an underutilized set of trees that are most...Continue Reading...

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New Look At Antique Elegance: Wersailles Chandelier

Mon, Nov 10, 2014 | Chandeliers

A new way of looking at chandeliers, the Wersailles by Beau&Bien edits out many of the standard parts of chandeliers – replacing them with a suspension system that is barely there. The aesthetic of the Wersailles collection is elegantly ethereal: it’s comprised of 21 or 4 candle holders – the W21 and the W4 – however the chandelier...Continue Reading...

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Plywood Print Stool Collection With Dutch Masterpieces

Thu, Nov 6, 2014 | Chairs

The most recognizable paintings from the art collection of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum are printed onto the seats of these plywood stools by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek. Hein Eek combined modern wood cutting and printing technology with traditionally painted images by Dutch Masters. By printing directly onto the surface of the seat, the grain of the...Continue Reading...

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