neo-constructivist:

(via Quadra | Leibal)

posted on 14.09.14

heidruna:

leslieseuffert:

Yukio Takano (Japan) Mushroom Light Lamps

oh.my.god   

posted on 14.09.05

jjordan7:

i-long-to-travel-the-world

jjordan7:

i-long-to-travel-the-world

posted on 14.08.03

modernizing:

Archipelago by Eagle Wolf Orca.

Archipelago I and II are the names of two stunning tables created by Emmet Rock. The first is composed by two stones placed on a glass table which is held up by dark metal frames. The second, instead, comprises of a singular large stone wrapped around a glass table. These delicate arrangements between stone and glass oppose a notion of modern design, the one defined by clean lines and ambiguous notions of simplicity. It begs the viewer or user to question aesthetics through unconventional forms and shapes.

posted on 14.07.17

mulkproductdesign:

This ‘simple’ desk from Artifox hides all of your cables effortlessly with a clever cable duct underneath the table.

A portion of the top is a whiteboard, so you can easily make notes and then accidentally wipe them off with your sleeve… er…

Images from Design Milk.

posted on 14.05.13


Geoffrey Harcourt; Hexagon Seating System for Artifort, 1969.

Geoffrey Harcourt; Hexagon Seating System for Artifort, 1969.

(Source: thedesignwalker)

posted on 14.03.21

posted on 14.01.11

arciphilia:

costantinini:

The Workbed Concept

Designer: Mira Schröder

(via

posted on 13.12.30

arciphilia:

costantinini:

Double Side Chair

By  Matali Crasset for Danese 

(via

posted on 13.12.30

jjordan7:

i-long-to-travel-the-world

jjordan7:

i-long-to-travel-the-world

posted on 13.12.12

maletrends:

MALE TRENDS A blog about men’s fashion, lifestyle & more.

maletrends:

MALE TRENDS A blog about men’s fashion, lifestyle & more.

(Source: airows)

posted on 13.11.28

(Source: ooh-and-ahh)

posted on 13.11.16

dporteiro:

Zaha Hadid Liquid Glacial Table.jpg

posted on 13.09.19

thegoddamazon:

Oliver Peake: Japanese Bed

“This was an interesting commission. The client wanted an entirely sunken bed with hidden storage and invisible heating! We couldn’t go down as it was on the first floor so we raised it up. A simple solution elegantly executed, the floor lifts up to reveal storage ‘bins’ with a matching stepped drawer unit.” Materials Solid maple throughout.

A minimalist bedroom? Bad. Ass.

(Source: designed-for-life)

posted on 13.07.14

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