Product Ideas

304 Lamp by Nick Beens

304 Lamp by Nick BeensOne of our highlights of the Design Academy Eindhoven graduation show is the 304 series of lamps by Dutch designer Nick Beens.

Continue Reading >

Estesioni by Car-Met

Estesioni by Car-MetItalian production house Car-Met has turned to a new generation of designers to create an enchanting collection of furniture that plays on shapes, colours and versatility.

Continue Reading >

Illusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico Trucchia

Illusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico TrucchiaDuring the recent London Design Festival we came across these ingenious modular light sculptures designed by Ying Chang, working in collaboration with Federico Trucchia.

Continue Reading >

Drape Collection by Christopher Stuart

Drape Collection by Christopher StuartChristopher Stuart, our favourite American master of sleek and sculptural forms, has launched an alluring collection of furniture at the London Design Fair.

Continue Reading >

Stacking Vessels from Utopia & Utility

Stacking Vessels from Utopia & UtilityThe trend for using mixed materials remains unabated and we are all for it, especially if the products are as beautiful and useful as the stacking vessels from Utopia and Utility.

Continue Reading >

Concept Furniture by One Plus Eleven

Concept Furniture by One Plus ElevenThe aim behind One Plus Eleven is to build "conceptual furniture" that inspires and provokes by blurring the boundary behind art and design.

Continue Reading >

Permanent Collection by Frama

Permanent Collection by Frama

Frama is one of a new wave of Scandinavian brands which eschews ever more exuberant and indistinguishable designs in a return to fundamental values of utility and timelessness.

Continue Reading >

Industrial Style Pendants by Eleanor Home

Industrial Style Pendants by Eleanor HomeIndustrial style pendants, for long the suspension light of choice by loft-dwellers and hipster bars the world over, may be a dime a dozen, but few can match the extraordinary quality and design clarity of those made by Eleanor Home.

Continue Reading >

Option Chair by Frederik Roije

Option Chair by Frederik RoijeFrederik Roije, our favourite Dutch designer and the maestro of minimalism, has designed a clever and sophisticated new chair for Dutch design house Puik.

Continue Reading >

No Early Birds by Per Soderberg

No Early Birds by Per SoderbergEarly birds get the worms, they say.

Continue Reading >

Home and Lighting Collections by Addition Studio

Home and Lighting Collections by Addition StudioGood living comes from wellness, great design and a life of purity and refinement.  

Continue Reading >

Kitchens and Cabinets by WRKBNCH

Kitchens and Cabinets by WRKBNCHWRKBNCH has long been a well kept secret for those seeking high-end bespoke cabinets, but the brand is about to find its way into many more little black books with the recent opening of its first showroom in Shoreditch, London.

Continue Reading >

Loudspeaker Jewellery by Dana Hakim Bercovich

Loudspeaker Jewellery by Dana Hakim BercovichOf all the media at a product designer's disposal, sound is probably the least explored.

Continue Reading >

Built in Brooklyn by Uhuru

Built in Brooklyn by UhuruMultidisciplinary design collective Uhuru has long been a scion of the Brooklyn design scene. 

Continue Reading >

Ori by Fuseproject

Ori by FuseprojectIt's a problem common in all big cities: as property prices skyrocket and living spaces shrink, how should furniture manufacturers fit the same amount of stuff into broom-cupboard sized apartments?

Continue Reading >

New Designers 2017 Roundup

New Designers 2017 RoundupThe sun is out and so is school, which means it's the time of the year when we can feast our eyes on new works from design school graduates, whose boundless enthusiasm and endless creativity is always a joy to see.

Continue Reading >

Fluidity by Angie Packer

Fluidity by Angie Packer

Glass is an astonishingly beautiful and versatile material, especially in the artistic hands of Angie Packer.

Continue Reading >

The Experience of Eating by Ruiqi Yang

The Experience of Eating by Ruiqi Yang

The experience of eating is much influenced by our interactions with the tableware on which the food is serve, so perhaps it should come as no surprise that designers would attempt to forger deeper connections between us and our tableware.

Continue Reading >

Cement Creations by Fernando Mastrangelo

Cement Creations by Fernando MastrangeloAmerican designer Fernando Mastrangelo uses cement mixed with unusual materials such as coloured sand, salt, coffee and glass to create intriguing furniture and decorative objects which showcase the raw beauty of the materials.

Continue Reading >

Ceramic Furniture by Eny Lee Parker

Ceramic Furniture by Eny Lee ParkerSavannah, Georgia based Korean-Brazilian designer Eny Lee Parker's love for terracotta goes far beyond the odd planter and carafe.

Continue Reading >

Sculptural Intersections from Iacoli & McAllister

Sculptural Intersections from Iacoli & McAllisterWe were delighted to come across the furniture and lighting collections from Seatle-based design studio Iacoli & McAllister during the recent Sight Unseen Offsite exhibition in New York.

Continue Reading >

Steel Furniture of Dimitri Kruithof

Steel Furniture of Dimitri KruithofSteel is widely admired for its strength and integrity, qualities which are celebrated by the furniture collection of Dutch architect Dimitri Kruithof.

Continue Reading >

Magical Mirrors by Bower Studios

Magical Mirrors by Bower StudiosDuring our recent visit to the ICFF trade fair in New York we were drawn irresistibly to the eye-catching display of mirrors at the Bower Studios stand (and that's not just because we like the image reflected in the mirrors).

Continue Reading >

The Opulent Fragrance of Ooumm

The Opulent Fragrance of OoummWith the proliferation of scented candles on the market, finding a fragrance that tickles your fancy is not so difficult, but to find a scented candle which looks as good as it smells is much more challenging.

Continue Reading >

Milan Design Week New Designers Roundup

Milan Design Week New Designers RoundupIt would be impossible to do justice to the thousands of new designers who showed their works across Milan during the design week, much of which are as likely to delight as they are to bewilder.

Continue Reading >

Aussitalian Design by SP01

Aussitalian Design by SP01Furniture design from down-under may have been under the radar, but that is set to change with emerging design brand SP01.

Continue Reading >

Almost Complete by HDK, University of Gothenburg

Almost Complete by HDK, University of GothenburgDuring the Milan Design Week the wild frontier of design was undoubtedly the Ventura-Lambrate district, where emerging and experimental designers showed their wares under the vast rusting hulks of disused industrial facilities. 

Continue Reading >

The Extraordinary Creations of Scarlet Splendour

The Extraordinary Creations of Scarlet SplendourFor some people less may be more, but for others too much minimalism makes you a dull boy. 

Continue Reading >

Everything is Connected

Everything is ConnectedOne of our highlights of Milan Design Week is the Norwegian contemporary crafts and design exhibition curated by designer Katrin Greiling, who put together a highly polished showcase of the most exciting design talent from Norway.

Continue Reading >

Glass Pagoda by JCP

Glass Pagoda by JCPThe exhibition halls of the Milan Furniture Fair can be an endless, monotonous stream of same-ness, so imagine our surprise when we stumbled upon the JCP stand.

Continue Reading >

Phellem Collection by Alcarol

Phellem Collection by AlcarolCapturing the fleeting beauty of nature is the raison d'être of Andrea Forti and Eleonora Dal Farra, the experimental design duo behind Alcarol.

Continue Reading >

Garden Layers by Patricia Urquiola for GAN

Garden Layers by Patricia Urquiola for GANPatricia Urquiola has designed a collection of Moghul-inspired outdoor rugs and furnishings perfect for those who want to recline in style.

Continue Reading >

Day&Night Light by This is Bouw

Day&Night Light by This is BouwEver wondered why it is bad to watch TV or use computer devices before you go to bed?

Continue Reading >

Viride by Goula / Figuera

Viride by Goula / FigueraFor all serial plant-killers out there, Barcelona-based designers Álvaro Goula and Pablo Figuera have come up with a clever and stylish product to help keep your indoor plants alive.

Continue Reading >

Past & Future by Piet Hein Eek for Veronese

Past & Future by Piet Hein Eek for VeroneseWhen the Paris-based Murano glass specialist Veronese decided to make use of the spare crystal ornaments which have been accumulating at the basement of their Paris showroom for over 40 years, they knew exactly who to call.

Continue Reading >

Furniture and Accessories by Kaksikko

Furniture and Accessories by KaksikkoNordic cool and Japanese minimalism make great design bedfellows, as the simple and sleek collections from Finnish design collective Kaksikko show.

Continue Reading >

Gita by Piaggio Fast Forward

Gita by Piaggio Fast ForwardIt's not an exaggeration to say that Piaggio, the creator of the Vespa scooter, changed the concept of mobility. 

Continue Reading >

The Craft of Thread Wrapping by Anton Alvarez

The Craft of Thread Wrapping by Anton AlvarezThe Craft of Thread Wrapping is an ongoing project by Swedish Chilean designer Anton Alvarez to create objects using different materials bound with colourful glue-coated threads.

Continue Reading >

Lash Clock by Bina Baitel

Lash Clock by Bina BaitelAlways complaining about not having enough time?  French designer Bina Baitel has designed a unique clock which encourages you to take the time to enjoy time.

Continue Reading >

ST∞L Multi-Colour Stools by Erik Olovsson

ST∞L Multi-colour Stools by Erik OlovssonNever one to let creativity restricted by material limitations, Swedish designer Erik Olovsson has created a series of highly appealing stools using nothing more than pine blocks and paint.

Continue Reading >

Future Vintage Collection by Deft Union

Future Vintage Collection by Deft UnionWhat do you get when you mix mid-century design style with a dash of contemporary attitude?

Continue Reading >

Best Quirky Storage Ideas

We may be in deepest winter but it's never too early to start planning for the spring clean.

Continue Reading >

Design Academy Eindhoven Graduate Show Roundup

Design Academy Eindhoven Graduate Show RoundupThe annual graduate show of Design Academy Eindhoven is a veritable treasure trove of great design ideas, too numerous to document in full.

Continue Reading >

Ways of Altering by Thomas Ballouhey

Ways of Altering by Thomas BallouheyRecycling and upcycling may be all the rage, but these products often end up looking haphazard and artisanal.

Continue Reading >

Delicate Thread Dividers by Juno Jeon

Delicate Thread Dividers by Juno JeonKorean designer Juno Jeon is well known for his Alive Furniture Series, featuring cabinets with wooden "scales" which move as the drawers are open and closed.

Continue Reading >

The Light of Colour by Nai-Dan Chang

Ability to create ambience is the key to success for any interior design scheme, but how?

Continue Reading >

Soothing by Andrew Grincell

Soothing by Andrew GrincellIn a world full of noise, wouldn't it be great if we were able to tune out parts of the soundscape in order to focus on the sounds we really want to hear?

Continue Reading >

Dressed Cabinets by Puck Dieben

Dressed Cabinets by Puck DiebenWhen Puck Dieben was a little girl she liked to build structures out of bedlinen and towels. 

Continue Reading >

Precious Sight by Robin Pleun Maas

Precious Sight by Robin Pleun MassOften we take simple things in life for granted and fail to appreciate the value they add.

Continue Reading >

Glissade by Christian Heikoop

Glissade by Christian HeikoopA certain Swedish furniture company may have popularised flatpack furniture, but it is young designer Christian Heikoop's Glissade collection which injects a much needed dash of panache to this much maligned category.

Continue Reading >

Regen by Wendy Andreu

Regen by Wendy AndreuRegen is a unique system of making garments devised by Wendy Andreu, a designer fascinated by materials.

Continue Reading >

Visioni Rug by Patricia Urquiola for cc-tapis

Visioni Rug by Patricia Urquiola for cc-tapisGraphic designs which play on perspectives may be old hat, but to apply such designs to rugs?  Now that's fresh. 

Continue Reading >

1 2 3 Next »