Inside Design Magazine

Inside Design Magazine

Inside Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Shanghai

“Shanghai” multifunctional wardrobe. Frontage pattern and laconic form act as a “decorative wall”, and this makes it possible to perceive the wardrobe as a decorative component. “All inclusive” system:includes storage places of different volume; built-in bedside tables being a part of frontage of the wardrobe opened and closed by one frontage push; 2 built-in night lamps hidden under the outstanding volume on the both sides of the bed.The main part of the cupboard is made of tiny wooden shaped piece. It consists of 1500 pieces of kempas and 4500 pieces of bleached oak.

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Drilling

DRILLING is a three-legged stool, which is composed of three identical aluminium parts. The multiple use of the same parts creates an advantage within the production process on the one hand and a formal neatness and simplicity on the other. The three parts of the stool are connected alongside their respective outward facing surfaces. By doubling the material along the legs DRILLING gains its stability and rigidity. The seat which is formed by joining the three parts has a recess at its center, which can be used as a handle for carrying the stool.

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Disco-Volante

The Disco-Volante is designed using a number of small pods, this design moves away from the conventional single large surface found with traditional coffee tables.

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Cat's Cradle

Digits or Fibers, a current design process dilemma. All of us are beginners but some of us have to work at it. Beginning designers observe every technique available and learn some. With time (~10,000 hours) we acquire facility (-ies) that elevate/popularize/personalize/economize our game. So, I am fascinated by the current fascination with media that propose that the most basic building block of design is the digit, easily controlled. The digit is not a life-generating unit, merely a rounding down to a least common denominator smaller than fiber. Design is at least shards, splinters and fiber.

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Méo

Just like a real game of building blocks ready to assemble, Meo is a construction with a childlike and innocent character that stands out for its rigor and balanced composition. While the richness and depth of the oak brings a certain wisdom to the saturated colored scaffolding elements, an interesting duality is captured between the rigidity of the design piece and its slanted yet controlled position. Meo tends to remind us all the joy and happiness a simple wooden toy punctuated by a few bright colors can provide to a child.

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Kagome

Designed by Shinn Asano with background in graphic design, Sen is a 6 piece collection of steel furniture that turns 2D lines into 3D forms. Each piece including “kagome stool” has been created with lines that minimize excess to express both form and functionality in a range of applications, inspired by unique sources such as traditional Japanese craft and patterns. Kagome stool is made from 18 right angle triangles that support each other and when viewed from above forms the traditional Japanese craft pattern kagome moyou.

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World's greatest design teams.

Sometimes you need a very big team of talented designers to come up with truly great designs. Everyday, we feature a distinct award-winning innovative and creative design team. Explore and discover original and creative architecture, good design, fashion, graphics design and design strategy projects from design teams worldwide. Get inspired by the original works by grand master designers.

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