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Design Dec 3, 2009

Emiliano Godoy’s Flex Collection

Designed for Mexico City-based Pirwi, the Flex Collection is built through the creation of a twisted plywood formed mesh. The pieces are delicate, yet structurally very strong. The resulting stool, bench, and coffee table maintain… Read more
Design Jul 24, 2009

David Wakeley’s 20th Century Furniture

David Wakeley’s 20th Century Furniture is hinged on a desire to perfectly balance design, function, and visual impact. Wakeley’s inspiration comes from the furniture of the early to mid-20th century (hence the name), finding excitement in… Read more
Design Jul 3, 2009

Bike Furniture Design

There’s just something about cyclists. They always seem on the pulse when it comes to green design and recycling. Bike Furniture Design was founded by Andy Gregg in 1990. Since then, the company has specialized in producing modern and… Read more
Design May 19, 2009

Gruff by Arno Mathies

Built of laminated corrugated cardboard, the Gruff Collection makes inventive use of material and process. The pieces are assembled using housing joints and stem from designer Arno Mathies school work. As a student at University of Art and… Read more
Design Mar 25, 2009

Due Studio

Due Studio was founded by Harry and Claudia Washington in 2004. The two met while studying design at the University of Applied Arts in San Salvador. Initially the focus was on interior design, but the duo incorporated furniture quickly… Read more
Design Feb 19, 2009

Clash Bench

Samuli Naamanka’s Clash Bench is formed from pressed wood and a chrome base. A simple and linear form, the bench is part of a larger “Clash” series that includes stools and a table. (via Deco Journal). Another view after the … Read more
Design Feb 10, 2009

Winter Furniture

The sled (or sledge) provides an immediately recognizable form for Damien Bihr’s line of children’s furniture. A bench, table and seat are included, all with the familiar feel of a flexible flyer. The collection was developed for Helium… Read more
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