Sweeping silhouette. Made of all-weather cord handwoven around a lightweight aluminum frame, the Huron Sofa brings just the right combination of comfort and elegance to porches and decks. Its rust-resistant construction lets it live outside, rain or shine. Continue Reading →
The German designer Ellen Heilmann build a modular system called “The Royal Family”. The Royal Family are interchangeable elements and can be paired up or used as a single piece of furniture. Jointed‚ The Royal Family builds an uniform stool-group, in which everyone is on the one hand visually similar and on the other hand each is individual, like family members usually are.
The Rising Table is not only an eye catcher when it comes to design, it can also hold its own as a functional piece of furniture, albeit with a twist and made out of a single piece of wood. The Rising Table ignores the cliched notion that a table is little more than a flat surface that is held up by four separate legs. The result is a surprising mixture of fluid design that blends the multifaceted tabletop with the latticework of wooden beams that function as the center of the construct. From there, the table sprouts four wooden beams that hold up the entire construct. The Rising Table concept is part of the Rising … furniture formula that finds its roots in the Rising Chair by Robert Van Embricqs.
The minimal Chiuet Table comes from Design Jay Studio. The futuristic table with a very thin surface is supported by an equally lanky 3- legged base. From some angles, it is so thin that you might wonder if it has disappeared altogether! The solid steel Chiuet is as strong as it is skinny…
Kashida is a Lebanese product design line based on the anatomy of the Arabic letterform. Embracing the various calligraphic and typographic styles of Arabic, Kashida aims to bring out a distinct perspective of Lebanese and Arab culture through purely functional objects.
This small table is practical for virtually all areas of your home/space. You can choose to show off the reflected letter ‘Ayn’ by turning the face toward one’s line of vision. For a more tucked placement, the table can be propped against a flat surface, where you can show off the table’s smooth curves and wonderful wood finish.