Take a Peek at the Latest Installations from Hello Wood
Hello Wood is an architecture camp in Hungary that brings together over 100 architecture students for a weeklong immersion with their craft.
From The House of Edward
Books and Better Days The woodman came this morning. The Songwriter helped him arrange a hefty load of logs in a corner of our front porch, and another beneath the eaves behind. This is the same woodman we've used for years, accompanied by the same dog - a big, black fellow we are always warned against approaching, an admonition that is easy to obey. We dread the day that dog won't be found sitting proudly in the front seat of the wood truck, and were happy to see him there again this year…
Wiktoria Szawiel fossilises natural fibres within furniture
Patterns of woven natural fibres emerge from this milky resin furniture by Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Wiktoria Szawiel.
OBJECT FUTURE II: Future of Australian Design on Show | Yellowtrace.
Object Future II is an Australian design exhibition that showcases both already marketed products & one-off pieces by emerging Australian designers.
Il Hoon Roh creates curved armchair by weaving together carbon string
South Korean designer Il Hoon Roh created the Luno armchair by intertwining carbon fibre strings into a pattern designed to resemble the branches of trees.
BUG by Latvian designer Janis Straupe. Furniture, closet. PURCHASE on TRUE LATVIA shop http://www.truelatvia.com
Philippe Bestenheider Nanook Collection
The Nanook collection is composed of a chair, an armchair and a low table. It reflects a study of the passage from two to three dimensions based on observing the tanning of a quadruped's hide. The chair's upholstery should be seen as a sign, a trace, a memory of the animal, the transfiguration of its skin. This taut skin evokes memories of the animal it once was. The same skin, pleated, gives us the three-dimensionality of a chair or armchair. The structure is a hexagonal network inspired by…
Preview the 2014 Show! - Sight Unseen
Back in March, we gave you a small taste of what was to come at Sight Unseen OFFSITE, our brand new nomadic design fair opening May 16 at 200 Lafayette Street in New York's Soho neighborhood. But a lot has happened since then! Most notably, we've brought some exciting partners on board and finalized our official lineup, which is now packed with more than 50 independent designers and forward-thinking brands, all of whom have been hand-picked by the editors at Sight Unseen. Open to the public…
Caramel: Yasmin Müller at Cruise & Callas
Caramel: Yasmin Müller at Cruise & Callas The form of artist Yasmin Müller's works reminds of furniture, more precisely objects to sit on, like