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Recliner (single)

The Studio Stirling RECLINER hanging swing chair has elegantly curved lines & is sculptural and dynamic with a considered balance point. Fluid & organic, it lends itself for use as a functional art piece. It's gentle movement gives a floating experience with panoramic views of the surroundings. Nature inspired the pattern detailing reminiscent of the veins in leaves, tree branches intersecting & patterns in dragonfly wings. It is extremely comfortable & has a cozy cocoon like feel that embraces your body and soul.

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Greed

There ought to be a feeling of unease and discomfort which will serve as a reminder of the greed of people. The extraneous number of legs of both the table and the chair symbolize such greed. The section of the table connected directly to the cluster of legs expresses the descending negative void of greed. The process to achieve this effect was done personally using diverse fox and tail joinery techniques without requiring much other equipment.

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Personal Assistance

A multi-functional addition to the home or the home study, the personal assistant is a beautiful and thoughtfully designed piece of furniture that serves to its name functionally and dutifully. Bringing the best of both personal and professional worlds together into one single piece of furniture, it offers a stylish, yet functional way to store files, supplies and other equipment.

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filoferru

The chair as a whole collection (longe, stool and lamp) stems from the need to develop a very simple form which is constructed of a single material: steel rod. The form, very sculptural seems to have self-generated, while maintaining linearity remembers very complex organic shapes of nature. The material seems that plasmas to create the function at which this object and 'sitting charge

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World Garden

The design was based on the realization that urbanization is limiting the ability for people to take control of their own food. We decided to create a product that would help people grow fresh greens regardless of where they live in the world. The World Garden is both aesthetic and functional and can fit as well in a high-end living room as on a balcony.

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Jigzaw Stardust

The rugs are made in rhombs and hexagons, easy to place next to each other with an antislip surface. Perfect to cover floors and even for the walls to reduce disturbing sounds. The pieces are coming in 2 different kinds. The light pink pieces are hand tufted in NZ wool with embroidered lines in banana fiber. The Blue pieces are printed on wool. It is possible for the customer to order larger or smaller hexagons with the additional rhombs according to the

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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