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Details: Designed by Lucie Koldova for Prague-based Krehky gallery, ‘Sheets’ is a desk that consists of two bent composite sheets of veneered plywood, an upper sheet levitating above a larger one beneath, creating space for storage in between for pens, laptop, computer keyboard or more.
So say the designers. Details: Designed by bartmann berlin and Silvia Terhedebrugge, Neon is a modular desk organizer system that “gives space and order to pencils, paper, business cards, clamps or tape and can be arranged on the desk in whatever way one wishes.” Neon’s judicious use of colour helps the work space turn into a creative field of experimentation.
Details: One of the world’s most recognisable cars, the Land Rover Defender, is edging toward retirement (production of the Land Rover Defender is due to end in December of 2015).
Details: Highlever House by Haptic Architects is a complete refurbishment and extension of a Victorian semi-detached house in West London.
Details: Created by Franco-Austrian design studio Celia-Hannes (with the Centre International d’Art Verrier in Meisenthal, France), Emissaire is a set of ten individual hand-blown glass elements designed for meditative play.
Details: Designed by Hiroomi Tahara for Yamakawa Rattan, the handmade Wrap sofa contrasts a thick cushion for the seat with a thin contemporary woven rattan backrest.
Details: The intuitive Brick Lamp, designed by HCWDstudio, interacts with a hand gesture – light is activated when raised(on) and deactivated when laid flat(off).
Details: Designed by David Okum for Feltmark, the appropriately named Wald lamp is in fact “walled”, held in place parallel to any wall, just above a wall socket it’s plugged into, without any additional support or base.
Details: Created by, and in the likeness of Swedish designer Gabriel SÃ¤rkijÃ¤rvi, the backrest of the chair employs a raster technique that together with a contrasting background forms an illusion of a greyscale picture.
Details: A spherical wall lamp by Copenhagen based designers Johansen Faurschou, Shade’s colour and light is determined by turning one of two overlapping shades.
Details: The Popcorn Monsoon by Jolene Carlier is a hot air popper with a butter coloured base and a tap-shaped transparent chute that directs popped corn into a bowl beside it.
Details: Designed by Paul Loebach for Kikkerland, the thermal properties of Ora’s double wall glass keeps tea inside warm for long periods, and also assures that the outside is never hot to touch – making it easy to hold, carry, and pour while filled with hot tea without the need for a handle.
The Ora teapot's double-wall glass eliminates the need for a handle.
Louise-Anne van 't Riet's infinity table is designed for people who never tidy up.
Jolene Carlier's playful popcorn machine amplifies the experience of popping popcorn.
Adjust the colour and light intensity of the Shade lamp, with the shade.
The backrest of the Illusion Chair by Gabriel Särkijärvi looks like Gabriel Särkijärvi.