Designers and architects at Studio Lawrence created this unique, playful and sophisticated Tetris like collection entitled To Gather. The elements of this collection are designed to be pieced together, creating combinations that are in a continuous transformation, and also giving a new perspective to travelers, friends, family, colleagues or clients that now can interact and explore together.
From plates, teapots and cups, to delicately silhouette carved wall plates, Britt artist Andrew Tanner creates new marriages between traditional manufacturing, craft and product design with an undoubted passion.
One picture can speak a thousand words, they say. But nothing speaks more to you than...words. Words, letters, characters are everywhere. We bump on them each day: in the streets, on the buildings, on our clothes, on objects we get in contact with, on TV. And
If the perfect smartphone would exist, what features would it have? Super slim, flexible screen that can be turned into anything you want (including a wrist watch), projector, camera? Seems like designers already thought about all that and they came up with this
This chair is the graduation project of British designer Chris Mesher. He is exploring new sculptural forms combined with some of the ideologies of the modernist movement, creating a practical, future-oriented and functional design.
Ever thought of designing your interior with cardboard furniture? Well, designers have, and the result is just awesome. From simple decorative objects, to chairs, tables and bookshelves, this corrugated material can be transformed into lightweight yet sturdy pieces