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Fina flatware by Thomas Feichtner

The Vienna-based designer, Thomas Feichtner, has already created numerous products for Austrian manufactories. His approach to design consists in uniting traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design independent of globalization or mass production.

Craft Combine creates the Patterned Pallet Chair

‘Patterned Pallet Chair’ has not only functional role but also decorative one either. Craft Combine designed both of two types by using the basic structure of pallet, stacking woods and also considered enhancing its solidity with interlocked structure.

Hand made leather accessories by Jules Cairon for Coltesse

Coltesse Leather goods are handmade in Paris from french leather and designed by Jules Cairon.

Landfill Harmonic, The Recycled Orchestra.

Landfill Harmonic is an upcoming feature-length documentary about a remarkable orchestra from a remote village in Paraguay, where its young musicians play with instruments. About people, transforming trash into music, about love, courage and creativity.

The Sea Chair Project by Studio Swine and Kieren Jones

The Sea Chair is made entirely from plastic waste collected from the ocean. The plastic used to create the first Sea Chair originates from the shores of Porthtowan, a beach located on the Southwest Coast that is known to be the most polluted beach in the UK for micro plastic.

Liquid fusion by Atelier Peekaboo

Atelier Peekaboo had the chance to follow the Glasslab program for a workshop at the “domaine de Boisbuchet”.
Within experiments results, here is a products’ selection that tested severely the glassblowers’ skills. Each object has been thought either to push the limits of this fascinating material, or to highlight the handcrafted aspect by their process.

Trace, Recycling solar energy as ambient light by Gionata Gatto and Mike Thompson

Gionata Gatto of Studio Atuppertu and Mike Thompson combined photoluminescent pigments with polyurethane to make “Trace”. The outdoor lamp series convert waste energy into visible light.

Dama by Tom Allen

Dama is a table lamp designed by Tom Allen for Spanish eco-design company Lucirmás. Made from upcycled, recyclable and sustainably certified materials, the lamp was first previewed at the Salon Internazionale del Mobile in Milan 2012 at Superstudio Piú but has now been officially launched.

Atomizer by Cristina Celestino

Collection of table perfumes “Atomizer”, inspired to the period bottles of fragrances. These forms, unexpected on the table, outline a new gestural expressiveness towards food.

Veneer by Attico

Collection of vases “Veneer” created with the wrapping technique: the vases are composed of layers of essences of ALPI wood, carbon, glass fibre and adhesive films directly wrapped on steel spindles and then polymerized in an autoclave.

Well proven chair by James Shaw and Marjan va Aubel

Work made by with Marjan van Aubel and James Shaw. They have been developing an exciting new material from waste wood. The project has been a collaboration between the RCA and the American Hardwood Export Council.

Royal Mahuida collection by Great things to people

Royal Mahuida (which means ‘Native Forest’ in Mapuche Chilean natives’ language) is a tribute to the Inca Empire, devastated by Spanish conquerors. Incas, according to local traditional stories, had to bury and hide their gold in the Chilean native forest.

Taça by Entresuelo1a

How many times have we had to break the biscuits to dip it in a bowl full of milk?
Many people choose to crush and eat with a spoon. These inadequacy behaviors arise from the cookie to the glasses / cups, or vice versa. Studio Entresuelo 1a came up with a good inspiration in order to solve the problem.

The Project Vitra

This video shows in a very inspiring way all the different activities of the Swiss premium furniture company Vitra.

Milk Stool by Staffan Holm

Milk stool is inspired by traditional craftsmanship but is made by a high tech CNC router. The industrialization of furniture manufacture has given us cheaper more uniform furniture. In the process many interesting aspects of craftsmanship were neglected in order to keep profit as high as possible.

Tube toys by Oscar Diaz

The ‘Tube Toys’ are a series of vehicles to assemble were the packaging is also part of the product, reducing considerably the amount of material discarded after purchase, and the added cost that traditional packaging involves. All the parts needed to built each vehicle are contained on a standard cardboard tube which doubles as the packaging and becomes the body of the car, fire engine, train or tractor.

Round and round table by Max Lamb

Round and round table by Max Lamp is a small table of four parts, each screwing into the next, from a solid oak disc a table grows upwards. This small table functions from a threaded central leg that allows the table adjust from any height up to 600mm. The table comes as individual parts and is easily twisted together. The design was inspired by a recent discovery of a simply thread-cutting tool that allows Max cut perfect threads in wooden dowels by hand, without the need for a lathe.

Pleat Box by Apparatu & Mashallah

The idea behind the Pleat Box is that of a sophisticated combination between a digitally-designed crease in a piece of cloth, the silhouette of which is applied to a ceramic base.
The outer part of the lamp is offered in white ceramic, underglazed red clay and grey –the result of recycling different enamels.


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