Archive for April, 2011

Picnic furniture by Meritalia

It is possible to love and care and give presents not only to the beloved girl-friend. Many car-lovers do the same with their four-wheeled metal babies, especially if this babe belongs to the category of retro-cars, for example Fiat 500 produced in the middle of last century. To allow the fans of retro-cars being always […]

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Home accessories by Ett La Benn

German designers Ett La Benn show the vases made of biodegradable cellulose as part of Poetry Happens at Ventura Lambrate in Milan this week. Called Kami, the pots are molded by hand and left to air-dry. The ‘kami’ collection of pots/vases/home lighting encourage a new way of thinking in eco-friendly lifestyle products. Made from 100% […]

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Stripes in the interior

To move the walls apart, to lift the ceiling, to add life, moving and create multi-dimensional space – all this always actual stripes can do which ca become your magic instrument in forming of interior of any placement. There any many ways to “make into bars” the room or its fragments. The simplest of them […]

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Chair by UNStudio for Wilde + Spieth

Dutch architects UNStudio will present angular white plastic chair at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan this week. Called New Amsterdam Chair, the design was originally created for the New Amsterdam Plein and Pavilion in New York by UNStudio and has now been developed for production with German firm Wilde + Spieth. Originally conceived […]

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The Benefits of Using Media Storage Furniture

The ability for many devices to share media storage has led to almost everything we do being saved on digital media. There is almost nowhere, home or office, that has remained untouched by this fact. Everything from reading the daily paper to saving our work before leaving the office is now done with a device […]

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Shelf unit by Fabio Novembre

Italian designer Fabio Novembre will present this robot-shaped shelving unit for design brand Casamania in Milan next month. Called Robox, the shelves have a picture frame at the top and a red box representing the robot’s heart. Maybe a day someone would say that Robox represents my cubist period or that the edge solution has […]

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Giant rack by Philippe Peyridieu

Giant pencils are not the next cartoon-horror for modern teenagers and not the computer games with uncommon special effect. This is the fantasy of French designer Philippe Peyridieu who decided that it would be great to hang coats, jackets and hats not on the hooks for clothes but on the aluminum pencils with sympathetic pink […]

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