The unique design of this lamp lets you choose from 17 lampshade patterns designed by KAIAO. You’re also able to create your own design that reflects your personal style. They offer three different types of lamps; a table lamp, a floor lamp, and a pendant lamp. KAIAO has designed the lamp to make building it as simple as can be.
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Made by Zhongshan Heyeju Furniture Co. and inspired by traditional Chinese folk toys – Ruban Locks – the Xi chair is made up of more than three hundred individual parts. These parts are connected by a mortise and tenon joint structure and can be rotated to change shape.
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The sofa is uniquely made out of 100% recycled paper. By inflating the paper bags you are given a comfortable cushion that can be easily deflated for easy transport and/or storage. Furniture that is compact and practical is in rare supply as materials form a driving a desire in the consumer base. Without sacrificing comfort, this environmentally-concious seat offers more than conventional pieces of furniture.
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New York-based design studio Snarkitecture introduces the Slip Chair for Portuguese brand UVA. This unique chair features a frame almost teetering on the point of tipping over. It is certainly confusion for the senses. However, despite the implicit danger that it might exude, the chair is perfectly stable.
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It’s always interesting to discover the inspiration behind a designer’s work. Hugo Tejada is just one example of many designers who put creative, modern twists on traditional designs. Hugo Tejada designed “TAKE A WAY”– a lamp inspired by the old railway station lanterns.
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Uruguayan design duo Emiliana Gonzalez and Jessie Young have made a furniture collection that does exactly that through their studio, Estudio Persona. Estudio Persona presents Latin “Rock ‘N Roll” furniture.
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Designed for both function and planet, Quercus is a lamp that is sustainably sourced and fully recyclable. Quercus is made from wood sourced from naturally fallen British Oak. The process is simple: the timber is bent through steaming and treated using nut-based oils. This approach creates a product that, after its long lifetime, will degrade in to nature’s recycling system.
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The Uttermost Alita Wall Sconce is the ideal piece to add to your home. The sconce is available in black metal with rustic accents or a champagne leaf finish on the metal with black dry brushing. Both finishes enclose around a silken fabric interior of either bronze or champagne that go with their respective exteriors. They are easy to affix to the wall making installation hassle-free.
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Ensemble Lamp was largely inspired by Mexico City, a city filled with a cultural vibrancy which sparked their artistic fervor. Thus, the materials used evoked elements of Mexico, from the warm sienna tones of the earth to the natural wood grain. Additionally, just as FRAME themselves are parts coming together as a whole, the entire concept behind Ensemble merges together the old and the new. It is minimalist design fusing with old world traditions of craftsmanship.
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With the principle “less is more” in mind, designer Tokujin Yoshioka reinvented something that few could adjust — the table. He took design, function and minimalism into consideration while creating the invisible table with Kartell, which is made of a single piece of clear acrylic in multiple colors. Together, these aspects create a truly interesting piece that is to tie a room together with its transparency.
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