An unusual illuminated wall clock. Lacquered metal frame; two-part face with honeycomb structure in fibreglass and aluminium. Lit with 300 white LED’s; Swiss clock mechanism; titanium hands.
Pixel, by François Azambourg, for Ligne Roset
Two shelving units designed by Alfredo Häberli, cellular construction.
Pattern Shelving, by Alfredo Häberli, for Quodes
This inviting lounge piece, which counts Eero Saarinen’s famous Womb Chair as well as Hans J. Wegner’s Flag Halyard Lounge Chair among its typological and aesthetic “ancestors”, uses an extremely strong, precisely shaped knit which is stretched over the frame of the chair like a fitted stocking.
Slow Chair and Ottoman, by Ronan & Erwan Bourellec, for Vitra.
With 8 blank hands to affix name of cities from around the world — makes for a truly global clock.
One World, by Peter Stathis, for Artecnica
Baroque dresser from Piet Hein Eek with clean lines and excellent craftsmanship.
Eek Dresser, by Piet Hein Eek, for Moooi
Inspired by a concept devised by architect Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher, Zumtobel created the VORTEXX light sculpture in collaboration with SAWAYA & MORONI.
Vortexx, by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher, for Lighteriors
The EVO collection explores the use of shapes and negative spaces, which results in the comfort and functionality of the piece. “With the EVO collection, I explored the possibilities of creating three separate zones for seating which are the seat, lumbar, and backrest,” explains Nolen. The hexagonal like shape keeps the piece feeling light weight, while providing the optimal angels for each zone without compromising the shape and form factor of the design. The large 2-inch gap simplifies cleaning with the use of a narrow nozzle vacuum attachment and leaves other items in plan view and easily retrieved.
Evo, by Nolen Niu, for Nolen Niu