This is your last chance to enter the Aâ€™ Design Awards â€” deadline: February 28, 2020. In this article, we share with you some of last yearâ€™s like the thrilling â€śMonoPunkâ€ť project (above), and â€śSymphony #7â€ť chairs (below). Submit your own creation to this competition that highlights outstanding works in a wide array of categories, […]
Why would I need to be reminded that my book shelf is for “Books?” Well, Matt Innes thought it would be a fun typographic project to build a shelf with Jarrah-faced birch plywood. And now looking at it, I actually want one in my office.
Japanese designer Nendo had a recent solo art show entitledÂ “Think Black Lines” that featuredÂ 29 unique furniture pieces. His creations were minimalist yet freaky how they appear to be two-dimensional and three-dimensional at the same time.
Design studio Cuatro Cuatros has developed home decor items that were based on well-known visual illusions such as the Penrose Triangle, the Cafe Wall, and few others.
I don’t have much information about this table. The project is titled “Damn perfection! (la console),” created by Pierluigi Fracassi.
“The Quantum Table”Â visually mimics the interaction of matter and energy; it was design by Phillips Collection.
Studio Saporiti has created an interesting alphabetical and numerical bookshelf casings, which allows customers to choose individual letters to spell short phrases, dates, or other.
“Cut Chair” is unique concept design by Peter Bristol.Â “A plate concealed by a thick carpet allows a robust cantilevered seat. Three well placed leg ‘stumps’ and the chair looks as though it has just been magically sliced apart,” notes by Bristol.
A man named Jaxan built a miniature train set into an IKEA Liatorp coffee table. It is such a great idea!
“Bad Table!” It just peed on the rug! (Laugh). These are fun and unique concepts for furniture by Judson Beaumont from Straight Line Designs.