Posts Tagged ‘industrial design’

Wood & Concrete Lamp


Here we have a cool addition to any bat cave, guys I think would like this stylish Wood & Concrete lamp. Designed by the Elomax Agency which is a French design firm made up of Maxime Castric and Angelo Poignant. Their projects always address two components; one of a functional/technical dimension and the other a […]

Subsonic Chair

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Canadian designer, Greg Ball, constructed the Subsonic Chair with a very young (and decibel tolerant) demographic in mind. Fusing his dual interests in car audio and furniture, he created a bass-heavy chair that incorporates two 16” subwoofers and two four-inch mid-range speakers into its frame. The subwoofers are so voluminous that they form most of […]

Looping Lounge Chair Wraps Like a 2-Seat Roller Coaster


Sometimes an idea just looks better on paper, or at least when elegantly rendered in three dimensions without all those troubling structural details. Other designs are even more impressive when they go from concept to reality. The Loopita was conceived as a kind of corkscrew – seating the spirals to create more adjacent seating while maintaining a visual […]

The Joki Bench


With the most alluring sensual curves, this piece of furniture designed by Lincoln Kayiwa, is a bench or what I though of as a type of couch. The curves seem to hug the body the way good leather is supposed to. Kayiwa is a graduate of the University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH. He […]

“Wood Casting” Furniture by Hilla Shamia


Israeli industrial designer Hilla Shamia created this supremely original furniture series from the trunk of a singel tree splattered with molten aluminum. Ok I may have overly simplified the process but you get the idea. The series, aptly called “Wood Castings” transforms the negative connotations of ‘burnt wood’ into a positive aesthetic while preserving the […]

“Daiana” Floor Lamp by Soup Studio


A piece of furniture is supposed to add texture and character to a room or space. The Daiana floor lamp by Soup Studio does just that. The stem is both light and shade with the base doubling as a small table. It’s design is sleek, modern, playful and chic, perfect for any minimalist setting. Soup […]

Futuristic Bike Flips Around to Create Cool Tandem Ride


You just don’t see as many tandem bikes these days as you used to. Designer Jose Hurtado is poised to right that wrong with his Twist bike, a bike with hubless wheels that can easily link up with other bikes to create a kind of bicycle centipede. You simply remove the rear wheel from one bike, twist […]

The sheLLf Bookcase


It looks sort of like an explosion. Ka-Lai Chan is a Dutch product and interior Designer of Asian decent. Her art is a blend of different cultures and various materials which form the basis of her signature style and approach. She joined creative forces with Kristalia at the 2012 Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan […]