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LOFT Das Designkaufhaus


Design-Newcomer, Design-Professional, Designer-Label, Webplattform und Hochschulen verkaufen Ihre Entwürfe und Produkte aus den Bereichen Möbel, Wohnaccessoires, Mode und Schmuck direkt dem designbegeisterten Publikum.

Design kann alt oder neu sein, groß oder klein, hübsch oder kontrovers, sichtbar oder unsichtbar. Es ist auf jeden Fall einzigartig. Genau das setzen wir für Sie um: neue Aussteller, neue Designs, neue Ideen und Konzepte.

In den Bereichen Möbel. Wohnaccessoires. Mode. Schmuck finden Sie auf der LOFT Produkte, die Sie begeistern werden.


product|added Mar 27, 2015 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  31183 votes

UKO - Unidentified Kinda Object


UKO is a practical and attractive object which is suitable for different rooms such as the kitchen and the living room.
It can be used both to decorate the home and as container for table and kitchen or pocket emptier.
Uko consists of two perfectly symmetrical halves and is created from a single piece of IROKO wood, choosen by the designer because it is defined a "stainless" wood due to its resistance.
Totally made in Italy.

Designer: Due Ancore (Italy)
Manufacturer: Due Ancore (Italy)
Material: Iroko wood

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product|added Mar 27, 2015 0 rating 3 / 5  |  26882 votes

3D printed jewelry


Two collections of jewels. The first is about 3D printed code generated bracelets made by laser sintered polyamide and aluminum. All the bangles created show a strong geometrical and intriguing look. This collection is expression of a new way of performing jewelry, looking for new styles and standards of beauty.
The second collection includes metal rings made of bronze and stainless steel. This is a tribute to the possibility of mixing traditional materials and new production techniques.

Designer: Consuelo Keller (Switzerland)
Manufacturer: [ digimorphé ] (Switzerland)
Material: bronze, laser sintered polyamide, stainless steel, aluminium

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product|added Mar 26, 2015 0 rating 3 / 5  |  28508 votes



Both immaterial and material adaptation gives new shape to the existing. Our first idea was to make these vases out of bended steel pipes, inspired by the local oil based industry, which is sustaining the local community of Florø. From a shipbuilding culture, Florø have had to learn how to be proud of working with pipes. Great strength is used to bend these to adapt them to the need of their usage. In the case of the Storm vases, it is the flowers that are taking the shape of bended glass.

Designer: Ralston & Bau (Norway)
Manufacturer: Pignat (France)
Inspired By: Florø, Norway
Material: glass

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