The Design Magazine

The Design Magazine

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

 

Floating Garden

These Hanging Flower Pots are “floating” in the air and thus emphasize space and dimensions in the room because of the 3D effect. It’s a completely new way to decorate your home with living plants and flowers, in a very unique and elegant way. The perfect balance is provided by the combination of the feminine shapes and masculine materials in one minimalistic design. The Floating Garden fits perfectly into any modern interior and it also fulfils nowadays food-lovers' dreams, to grow their own herbs in their modern kitchen in a very decorative way.

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Manta

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The Butler

The Butler may have solved every busy person's and/or scatterbrained person's problem. This simple yet wonderfully designed piece will hold your keys, iphone, wallet, glasses, and anything else you can think of, all in one sleekly handmade spot. Hang it on the wall by the front door so everything is ready to go the next time you leave. The iphone slides in through the center slot which has a hidden space for your iphone charger. Handmade in San Diego, this functional design combines American Black Walnut and baltic birch.

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Niko

This structure consists of two rotating planes positioned on a supporting suspended element in the form of a triangular section fixed to the wall or to an eventual movable support. The planes thanks to a rotation form a table. It is a dynamic structure because occupying a surface like an industrially produced table, thanks to another rotation of the two planes, the bulk is immediately eliminate

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Mäss

I wanted to create a modular sofa that could be transformed in several separate seating solutions. The whole furniture consists of just two different pieces of the same shape to form a variety of solutions. The main structure is the same lateral shape of the arm rests but only thicker. The arm rests can be turned 180 degrees to change or continue the main piece of the furniture.

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Lande

The Coat Stand was design like a highly decorative and functional office sculpture, a fusion of art and function. The composition was thought out to be an aesthetically form to embellish the office space and to protect today most iconic corporate garment, the Blazer. The end result is a very energetic and sophisticated piece. Production and retailing wise the piece was design to be light, strong, and mass producible .

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