This is Eckretär, a (rather expensive) corner desk, but also so clever. It saves space and also has a spot to charge your appliances.
I am in love with this designer’s work! Bethan Gray, an award winning Welsh designer has influences from her Indian and Arabic origins and has created a fabulous new furniture collection, that was picked out in the recent London Design Festival.
A few pieces, like the Nizwa cabinet above with solid brass overlay, have been modeled after Omani architecture and was the result of her collaboration with an Iranian traditional craftsman. Gray has a love for detail, tactile textures, and luxurious materials such as semi-precious stones, marble, wood, and leather.
Wow! A chair made from a genuine Boeing 737 engine. This is the 737 Cowling Chair by UK-based furniture design company Fallen Furniture. With a matching aluminum swiveling base and a black-leather upholstered interior, it reminds me of the funky Ball Chair by Eero Saarinen.
Also check out the Fuselage Wall Art, while other products with aircraft parts include: an Airbus A300 window clock, an Airbus A320 escape hatch table, a Boeing 747 wheel table, an exhaust lamp and a R.A.F. cluster bomb drinks cabinet!
Tabisso’s product range TYPOGRAPHIA is a unique collection of typographic lounge-chairs representing all letters from A-Z and numbers from 0-9, completed by a set of floor lamps with 25 punctuation marks.
I just saw these in a magazine and was wondering why didn’t anyone think of this before? The typographic lounge-chairs are probably too much for home decoration, but I find them a perfect touch for company lobbies or office space and showrooms.
Love the straight lines and the color combinations of the Woodie Armchair from Polish label MELYO.
I find this hairy ottoman-thing, hilarious! I want one for my living room (I know our cat wants it already)
I love the forms in this wooden “credenza” with bronze geometric pattern on the sliding doors. Designed by Two is Company, an Athens-based duo of an industrial designer and an architect. Their inspiration comes from ancient Greek patterns, symbols and structures, which they beautifully redefine with a contemporary modernist style.