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Only 100 of each object will be made. 100 is the perfect amount: they’re neither one-off “works of art” nor mass-produced products made in the millions. Whether its the skill of the artisans or new technologies, Nendo want to make things that are only possible, because there are 100 of them.
How the beauty and the character of burned wood is captured in Smoke Chair? Smoke chair latest video reveals the astonishing process that makes Smoke Series by Maarten Baas for Moooi a unique sensation when sitting on burned furniture. Furniture finished with fire, making each of the Smoke ...
Founded in Amsterdam in 2003, UXUS is an international multidisciplinary and award winning design agency specializing in strategic design solutions. It all starts with a collaboration to bring out the best in your brand, their name reflects that idea: UXUS is shorthand for ‘You Times Us’.
Unknown world stimulates the imagination and have the exceptional potential to expand perceptions of reality. The "Crystallized project" explores the mutual dependency that exists between human's memories and nature...
From the famed designer, Jaime Hayon comes his latest creation The Baccarat Zoo. Halfway between a glamorous sweet box and a decorative object, Baccarat Zoo combines the sparkle of crystal
25 products and 25 interiors carefully selected from the 230 projects nendo has created in its 10-year history, shown in a solo exhibition at the Roppongi AXIS Building in Tokyo.
In 1948 London hosted the first Olympic Games after the Second World War. The ‘Austerity Games’ (as they became known) took place at a time of economic crisis in a city devastated by bombing, but they provided a platform for reconciliation and reconstruction.
Ryan Harc introduces a new lighting named "Light Within Light". "Light Within Light" is another challenge to explore meaning of light. Both floor and table lightings recreate a moment of light overlapping.
Environmental design project developed in partnership with the architect João Luís Carrilho da Graça, for a multipurpose room, the foyer of the Pavilion of Knowledge, a science museum in Lisbon.
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