The TwiStool is a veneer stool drawing inspiration from its Scandinavian context and it has high utility with low production costs. Aesthetically, a variation of forms are presented when looked from different angles thanks to its dynamic twisting design. Functionally, The frame detail makes the stool ergonomically comfortable as well as being easily portable. The TwiStool uses vacuum press technique, forming 2D material to 3D object with natural textures and additional strength. It only needs one mold to produce all three legs, thus significantly reduces the costs.
The lines in this hand tufted rugs are stitched with a thread made of banana fiber. Stitching gives the rug another dimension and adds more depth to the design. The designer did choose to use the square and the triangel in combination to find the desired form. For the aqua colored rug 100% bamboo fiber is used.The mustard colored rug is tufted with NZ wool and with some added bamboo fiber for extra shine and softness.
This is a mirror called GLANCE that show you immediatly how you can look with an outfit without wear it, it has also an hanger behind. the structure is selfstanding so you don't need a wall to fix it. The head mirror and the lower hanger are adjustable in height so it can be used from tall and short people. The mirror has an essential design so you can easly put it in bedroom or a shop.
This table is called credenza. You can put sixteen bottles of wine inside, and you can choose one by rotating the handle. Fusion of table and wine holder. This work accomplishes such purpose as following. First is the pleasure to think about what to choose fully before drinking one of them, having various bottles of wine . Second is the playful pleasure to move those wines in person and it is combined with the use of a table on which you can put the bottle of wine to drink.
This piece stands out due to its aerodynamic shapes and the lightness of its structure, as its main inspiration are the silhouettes of the first airplanes from the early 20th century. The glass at the top has a shape inspired on an airplane wing and projects a ray of color that can be seen on the floor or the walls of the space. The purpose of the designer is to go beyond a simple storage unit, it intends to generate a bold and pleasant sensation for the user.
Laguna designer seating is an extensive contemporary collection of modular sofas and benches. Designed by the Italian Architect Elena Trevisan with corporate seating areas in mind, it is a suitable solution for large or small reception area and breakout spaces. Curved, circular and straight sofa modules with and without arms will all combine together seamlessly with matching coffee tables to provide flexibility to create several interior design schemes.