The Cut Series

April 23rd, 2010

Every design starts on a piece of paper and often those ideas get visualised by a paper model. The look an feel of those paper model was the basic idea behind The Cut Series, a collaboration between Daniel Enoksson, Lucas E Hinnerud and Jens Boldt. They’ve designed tables, a shelf and a sideboard which look like paper models but are made of aluminum.

found at yatzer

Maison Martin Margiela – Mat, Satiné, Brillant

April 24th, 2009

“Mat, Satiné, Brillant” is the title of the Maison Martin Margiela installation in Milan. It is the introduction of the Maison Martin Margiela furniture collection and interior design and architecture services. The installation is an exact reproduction of the Interior Design workshop of the Paris Headquarters, where all stores, showrooms, and architectural projects are conceived.
I think most of it is very average. The trompe l’oeil doors, the table made of many trestles and the shelves made of brackets (in the second photo) are the best items.

Maison Martin Margiela - Mat, Satiné, Brillant

Maison Martin Margiela - Mat, Satiné, Brillant

Maison Martin Margiela - Mat, Satiné, Brillant

Maison Martin Margiela - Mat, Satiné, Brillant

found at yatzer

Nick van Woert

January 7th, 2009

Here are some artworks by Nick van Woert.

Shelves by Nick van Woert

Shelves by Nick van Woert

Dipsticks by Nick van WoertDipsticks by Nick van Woert

Dipsticks by Nick van Woert

found at trendbeheer

REK

December 4th, 2008

REK is an extendable bookcase, designed by Reinier de Jong.

REK by Reinier de Jong

found at dezeen

Do Not Touch

October 9th, 2008

Do Not Touch by Daniel Eatock.

5 pine planks (each 6 feet), 5 metal brackets, tools and materials from the gallery utility closet or found on the gallery grounds. Each of the five shelves that comprise this work is balanced on a single bracket. All maintain their level balance by the precise placement of the objects they bear.

Do Not Touch by Daniel Eatock

found at pan-dan

DMY Allstars 2008 – Made in Berlin

May 29th, 2008

‘Made in Berlin’ was a small exhibition during this years DMY Berlin. The title is self explanatory and here are 2 projects that I really liked.

This lamp by Flip Sellin, called Polygon Crash.

Polygon Crash by Flip Sellin

Polygon Crash by Flip Sellin

Polygon Crash by Flip Sellin

Regal_zzz by Adrian Lippmann, you can get this shelf in many configurations.

regal_zzz by Adrian Lippmann

Shelf Space

May 15th, 2008

Shelf Space by Paul Loebach

Shelf Space by Paul Loebach.
found at designboom weblog

Regal II

April 7th, 2008

regal_ii.jpg

‘Regal II’ by Clemens Oppenheimer.

Furniture for daily use

February 15th, 2008

desk.jpgThis is the ideal home office desk; compact and reconfigureable and grey.
Designed by Martin Holzapfel.

Lightning

February 6th, 2008

lightning.jpg‘Lightning’, a shelf by Save Our Souls.
found at yatzer


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