The Design Magazine

The Design Magazine

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

 

Woo

Woo Screen captures a piece of branch from a tree and explains its own beauty of growth in an elegant way.Attractive to eyes when it is open and draws attention as well when standing closed at a corner. It is three dimensional enjoyable compared with the traditional Chinese screen with pieces of painting.

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Che Palle

The archair "Che Palle 18 spheres" is a unique piece and is composed of 18 spherical elements assembled together. This armchair of Design and to be considered a real sculpture made entirely by 3 mm metal rod cut and solded by hand piece by piece. The hardest part for the production is the connection between the spheres to obtain the right posture. The color was applied in Italy by a professional painter and it was made by epoxy powder so the armachair could be use also outdoor.

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Ikon

Ikon is a new and elegant approach to the" bergerre" as people are used to . It is the ultimate product that was born from natures forms merging with classic upholstery. As the design is based on a rigid simplicity, the details themselves present Ikon as a naturally decorative product with none of its functions compromised in the process.The meeting of design with craftsmanship and anthropometry makes Ikon an ergonomic sculpture.

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Whale chair

I started to sketch from aquatic, lots of fishes & whales! A nature so pure and unattainable. My goal was to make a connection between everyday life & the faraway nature; and to create a simple & modern stool inspired by the whale's tale that can be quite comfortable & can help overcoming the tiredness made from sitting too much. A one leg plastic stool with two piece mold, the lower parts made from heavy materials and the upper parts made with light & durable materials.

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Transform

This furniture piece is a worktable for a professional photographer. They are inspired by this through the precise physical structure of a camera, with the concept of being free to increase or decrease the number of accessories. The accessories for the worktable can be freely selected, matched, and disassembled. Aiming at the different work natures of the users, they have designed the most suitable accessories and ensure the feature of freely increasing or decreasing the accessories to present the diverse practical functions of this worktable.

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Km31

Patrick Sarran created the Km31 for a large spectrum of restaurant uses. The main constraint was multifunctionality. This cart can be used singly for serving one table, or in a row with others for a buffet. The designer devised an articulated Krion top mounted on the same wheeled base he had designed for a range of trolleys such as the KEZA, and later the Kvin, the Herbal Tea Garden, and the Kali, together named the K series. The hardness of the Krion allowed a complete light finish to be chosen, with the sturdiness required for a luxurious establishment.

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