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product|added Feb 07, 2015 0 rating 2.99 / 5  |  21898 votes



Side table

Designer: BOUW! (Austria)
Material: Construction wood / Spruce & Wooden pick
Dimension: w:270 h:500 l:340mm

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product|added Feb 06, 2015 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  20792 votes

Serpentine & Vivid


Loie Fullers “Serpentine Dance” from 1892 and a ruff from Budapest were the inspiration for designer Oscar Lind Modin on the “Serpentine” and “Vivid” lampshades. The shades are made of 300 metres of cotton ribbon on a handmade metal stand. His intention was to capture the movements of both the body and clothing in something pared down and beautiful. The result is two sublime and artisan crafted lampshades. Designed exclusively for Svenskt Tenn in 2015.

Designer: Oscar Lind Modin (Sweden)
Manufacturer: Svenskt Tenn (Sweden)
Inspired By: Loie Fullers “Serpentine Dance” from 1892
Material: 300 metres of cotton ribbon on a handmade metal stand.
Colours: Natural
Dimension: 56x36cm & 56x32cm
Price: 11 000 sek

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product|added Feb 04, 2015 0 rating 3 / 5  |  21966 votes

Duffy London Swing Table Range



Designer: Christopher Duffy (United Kingdom)
Manufacturer: (United Kingdom)

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product|added Feb 04, 2015 0 rating 3 / 5  |  20245 votes



Bionic is the conceptual organic shape armchair designed by Igor Solovyov. It was challenging experiment to make the initial idea of biomorphic concept reality. It started from a clean sheet of paper and inspired by both: natural structural forms and fluid organic shapes. The surface is flowing seamlessly and form the complex and elegance outline.

Designer: Igor Solovyov (Belarus)

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event|added Feb 04, 2015

Munich Creative Business Week - MCBW 2015


Over the past three years Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW), the largest design event in Germany, has evolved into one of the main attractions in the design world. The event brings together top designers, architects, creative professionals, representatives of the economic sector and of organizations from around the world and anyone else interested in design. Why? MCBW raises awareness of design and its impact on society, culture and the economy. For one week MCBW’s motto, Design connects, is highlighted throughout the city of Munich!

Members of international delegations and other people interested in design participate in exhibitions, conferences, workshops, guided tours and numerous other events. One of the highlights of MCBW is its changing themes which always are aligned with current trends in society and the discussions people are having. Other focal points include sustainable products and services and the promotion of creative young professionals.

Metropolitan Ideas will be the major theme of MCBW 2015. Focus will be on cities and regions and on everything that shapes and characterizes them and determines the quality of life of their citizens.

With Metropolitan Ideas, MCBW 2015 will take a stance on:

Urban planning and design
Mobility and transportation design
Infrastructure including design of investment goods and public and service design
Healthcare including medical and universal design
Metropolitan lifestyles
Behaviors and cultures in the city
Creativity and talent originating in urban environments


video report|added Feb 02, 2015

Meet My Project

Opening cocktail at Salons Christofle, Rue Royale, Paris. 22 January 2015


product|added Feb 02, 2015 0 rating 3 / 5  |  15157 votes



Inspired by the classic animal trophies I set out to find a timeless design you love to look at every day. The complex yet simple polygon structure reflects the modern design-approach. The Papertrophy animals feature a minimalistic cubic design. It represents simplicity while offering an astonishing look through shadows and light on the trophies. Their bright and vibrant colors create depth and radiate an extravagant elegance.

Designer: Holger Hoffmann (Germany)
Manufacturer: Papertrophy (Germany)
Inspired By: Classical Safari Trophies
Material: Paper
Colours: vibrant
Dimension: up tp 1m
Price: € 59,-

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product|added Feb 02, 2015 0 rating 3 / 5  |  14920 votes



'Edgy' tiles give structure to smooth walls in the public and private sector. They can be applied in interior or exterior surfaces, covering walls partially or entirely.
The three dimensional form is made up of asymmetrical surfaces 'folding' onto one plane to form a hexagonal base.
'Edgy’s' asymmetry enables the designer to create a multitude of patterns, allowing flexibility and individuality, as well as a wide range of uses from decorative surfaces to guidance systems.

Designer: Tanja Lightfoot & Patrycja Domanska (Austria)
Manufacturer: KAZA concrete
Material: Concrete composite

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