Design What

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

 

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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Sun Tile

The Tile Lighting Concept is born from a Portuguese traditional element, the tile. Inspired by an 19th century tile facade building with bidimensional circular graphics, gave rise to a tridimensional interpretation of anthropomorphic character, through a smooth spherical surface. Tower, Horizon and Level models are designed as interior lighting elements, in vertical position, suspension or fixed to the wall. Inside, the latest led technology equiped with dimmer and optional control via Bluetooth, allows a strict control of the light source making possible to adapt to any environment.

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CaoHeJing KeHui

The concept of One Cube – One Reflection was the source of inspiration in façade lighting of a 20-floor commercial office tower in CaoHeJing, Shanghai. With the use of specialized, 360 degree LED projectors strategically mounted at the base of each bay, the lighting design team produced a glowing lit latticework of squares, making the building’s aluminum facade appear as if it has been lit from within. A blue-lit band, positioned on the 10th floor, halves the design into 2, enhancing the concept of reflection, as the lighting effects at the top part of the building mirrors that of the bottom.

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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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SB11

The sideboard SB11 is available in several lengths, in custom colour combinations of lacquered cabinet surfaces and a selection of wood finishes: oak, american walnut or ash. Individual cabinets are sandwiched between horizontal wood slabs, the substructure consists of a steel lattice framework. The SB11 can be used for storing file folders, books or upright vinyl records, and it can be enhanced with optional features such as cable management, ventilation openings for audio/video equipment inside and hidden sleeves for power connections to devices.

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