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Inspired by the fascinating Ferrari, “the technique for the 3d printed sand mold is the same one used to produce the internal core of the Ferrari engine. Belgian designer Peter Donders merged together design and technology in this limited edition 12 pieces + 3 artists proofs aluminium pieces of furniture. The finish resembles the Ferrari […]
The stove works by using wood pellets made of 100% sawdust from untreated wood – which is a highly economical and environmentally friendly option. Swiss company Gabbaan makes a modern pellet stove that is sure to win you over with its design and technology. With just the press of a button, the fire can be […]
Designed by Biljana Jovanovic stairs that use the motif of circles and semicircles that can be found on a huge old window in the apartment. Design emmental stairs cause they the sides of it look like the emmental cheese holes. the stairs divides the open space of the living room and dining room, but it […]
A native of Belgrade graduated from the city’s university in the faculty of Applied Arts, Jovana lived and worked in Milan with Studio Patricia Urquiola until the end of 2009. Jovana’s design works are an exquisite voyage of their own. As the studio is committed to a research-oriented practice spanning from design for mobility and […]
Dutch designer Bertjan Pot has created the Heracleum lighting for Moooi. A decorative LED lamp inspired by the Heracleum Plant. The white leaves/lenses ramify from one branch creating a very technical, natural structure. By using the technique of coating conductive layers, the lamp is very thin and delicate. A design not possible by using normal […]
The new Geo bathtub comes in 170×70 and 180×80 dimensions, sizes that feel much larger than they are thanks to the ultra-thin walls. In small spaces, these slim bathtubs by Kos are in their element. Between the inner and outer shell, the tub’s technical elements are concealed, resulting in a clean, minimalist design. In small […]