Graphic designs which play on perspectives may be old hat, but to apply such designs to rugs? Now that's fresh.
Sanne Visser is a designer who likes to push the boundaries of materials.
Say goodbye to awkward silences at the dining table with Kathleen Reilly's collection of playful table accessories which promise to rewrite dining rituals and put the art into party.
Reinforcements have just arrived at the frontline of guerrilla gardening with Vanessa Harden's collection of subversive gardening tools.
Furniture and lighting should first and foremost be functional, but sometimes a touch of whimsy can turn unremarkable objects into something more thought-provoking.
Micro-flats might be all the rage but the Grand Beedapest Hotel takes micro-living to a whole new level.
With all the political upheaval these days it is easy to lose faith in politicians.
In these days of technological abundance we often take for granted that all the devices around us should just work, even though few people really knows what powers them.
For those who think "interactive" means jabbing fingers on touchscreen devices, this pinball table designed by Soo Hyeon Goo is a useful reminder of the pleasures of actually touching and playing with different materials.
Great design is often invisible as the functionality of the product is so well engineered that users take them completely for granted.
Airplane trolleys have long been a favourite target of upcycling projects by designers but few have been as ambitious as Studio Knol and Christiaan Bakker, who were commissioned by KLM to create a multi-functional cabinet from a "cluster" of airplane trolleys.