Manoteca is an Italian designer-maker that uses old, abandoned bits of bric-a-brac to create beautiful one-off pieces of furniture. I absolutely adore the Tricycle lamps, what’s your favourite?
Cocoon is described by the designers at Micasa Lab as “furniture you can live in”, and they’re not kidding. You can add pillows, storage, lights and even a fully functional sink. I have no idea why they decided to plump… Continue Reading
Following on from last week’s post about the most beautiful pen in the world – ahem, probably – is another great Kickstarter project by a guy called Okum Made. The premise is simple, he has taken a range of standard, everyday items… Continue Reading
I absolutely love this chair by Dan Goldstein. Not only do I admire it for it’s obvious ecological value, but I also happen to think that it looks pretty damn cool. It’s super easy to set-up, holds a heck of… Continue Reading
The Modern Rope Stool by Minki Kim is a great little project inspired by the Korean instrument the Jang-ku. It’s held together by the tension created by the three ropes and a dowel, eat that Ikea.
I love this branding by Dave Tupper for Urban Tree Salvage, a fantastic furniture company that re-uses trees that have been destroyed by desease or urban development. “Our challenge was to brand the company in a way that was in tune with their green philosophy. As… Continue Reading