A simple and abstract way for telling time: designs for watch faces by Denis Guidone.
Solid wood dining table made in solid American walnut with a glass top with different finishes, sandblasted, smoked, bronzed or gold.
Obi, by Ceccotti Collezioni
The Barca bench by Jacob Joergensen, was a Gold Leaf winner for innovation at the IFDA (International Furniture Design Competition Asahikawa).
Barca, design by Jacob Joergensen
Sunbed for outdoors with three different positions for the backrest and upholstered in Paola Lenti’s signature Rope fabric. Surf is available in a selection of 12 colours.
Surf, by Francesco Rota, for Paola Lenti
Three Champagne Glasses and One Water Glass, by Michael Anastassiades
Simple, functional lamp with the flashlight backup option for sudden power failures. The metaphor and the cone shape glow pushes all the right buttons.
Two Lamps by Life Goods
Branch is a true self-build system with which unique configurations can be created according to a user’s own needs. The starting point is always the organic and sloping base structure consisting of lacquered plastic polycarbonate, and available in khaki and mat black structure.
By means of one universal connector, different ‘branches’ can be attached to one another. The organic shape of the unit ensures that Branch becomes one with its surroundings, nature, and in addition to its functional significance, also gives a decorative spirit to the outdoor surroundings. Having the courage to combine, has created an individual, unique tree structure with lateral branches.
Branch, by Rotorgroup, for Modular Lighting Instruments
Kast is made from solid European oak or powder coated aluminium and is available in various colours. The best aspect of this system is the ability to store and yet keep the items discreet. This is furniture as architectural element.
“Light lines, light spheres, light cubes – objects clearly defined in terms of geometry, which can be used flexibly according to the principle of modularity. This ensures that every time new lighting units and lighting installations originate, matched to the respective room situation. Carefully composed and accurately defined details create an interplay of brightness, shadow and colours – dynamic tools for interiors addressing people’s emotions.”
- Matteo Thun
The luminaire range includes ceiling-mounted, wall-mounted and pendant luminaires. Chrome in various forms is part of the luminaire design, establishing the creative link throughout the range.
Sconfine, LINEA, CUBO & SFERA by Matteo Thun, for Zumtobel