The Design Magazine

The Design Magazine

The Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Planet without the "E"

This is a mini planter which can be displayed anywhere in the house. Separate parts of this planter allow you to play with construction by combining pieces. You can also grow herbs in this planter.

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BAMBOO FOREST

The traditional open storage closet was for showing books and pottery. By adding strings and sewing marks, the image of a traditional open storage closet was changed to more feminine one. The furniture silhouette can be changed naturally by binding method of strings. The top wood panel of the furniture and the lowest panel is drilled to make many small holes vertically, and connected with many flexible strings to look like a string curtain. The details of the point on which wood panels is connected with strings is made to look like sewing.

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The Edge Beirut

The Edge - Beirut Collection is inspired by the designer's home-city, Beirut. It is an interpretation of a city that is vulnerable yet resilient and adaptable. It reflects a city on the edge through the contradiction of solid yet malleable steel designs. It turns the concept of the hardy steel material on its head by twisting, bending and folding it, all the while retaining its sharp edges. It engages the precepts of Middle Eastern geometric patterns. Despite the challenge of an undeveloped manufacturing industry, these limited edition steel designs were handmade by artisans in Lebanon.

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Bonsai

Bonsai is inspired from Japanese trees specially those manipulated which called Bonsai. This is an electric radiator and is designed to decorate your home. The primary focus about designing this radiator heater was to create a product beyond it’s defined function. A product that fulfill both practical aspect along aesthetic aspect. This sleek sculpted radiator can be used in different places, beside the wall or next to your armchair. You can also put your wet items such as towel or clothes on it’s hot plate to get dried.

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Caroline Heater - Kindle Living

Despite their enormous popularity, little meaningful development has taken place in the improvement of the outdoor heater since first introduce in the 1960's. Caroline transforms this uninspired, long outdated approach by introducing a sense of beauty and simple elegance never seen before. Every detail has been carefully considered - made attractive while vastly improving heating performance - and crafted by loving hands in Southern California. Each Caroline brings ambience, romance, and style to keeping you warm outdoors.

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Vonk Fuse

"The strength is in the material” Two classic materials and a smart construction principle became the foundation of a collection. A mysterious key is given by the hidden construction using inserts and bolts, the frames hold down the wood from working and dishing. Wood type and steel frame finish can be personalised and allows the client to combine and fit the products in it’s direct environment.

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World's greatest design teams.

Sometimes you need a very big team of talented designers to come up with truly great designs. Everyday, we feature a distinct award-winning innovative and creative design team. Explore and discover original and creative architecture, good design, fashion, graphics design and design strategy projects from design teams worldwide. Get inspired by the original works by grand master designers.

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