The Boxer Plus fireplace from Harrie Leenders is available in two styles, the original with silver sides or the Boxer Black with anthracite sides. Both, of course, are the high performing fireplaces this manufacturer is known for. In fact, they claim this is the most advanced fireplace they have ever offered with the benefit of 30 years of research and
The idea is simple: keep your stuff to the back, be it books or simply whatever you need to push out of the way while you get things down, and a single fold in the desk will accommodate the rest.
The Kant Desk by Nils Holger Moormann has straightforward crossed ‘X’ legs made of wood, and detail-articulated panels showing how
This Tryptych Stacks light by Esther Patterson for Curiousa & Curiousa are an explosion of colored glass baubles that will light up your room! A ‘triptych” is a work of art that is split into three pieces – usually panels but in this case, glass shapes. The designer’s inspiration was Asian and Moroccan finials and spheres – and the chandeliers
How do we measure the success of a designed object? One unusual but compelling potential metric: how inclined people are to try and steal for personal use or as souvenirs.
Apparently the Tate Britain’s cafe has been losing spoons at an alarming rate since introducing its patrons to this simple dual-sided design by Nicole Wermers, each side reflecting typical teaspoons of two
OMG – can you imagine a more romantic table than this? Loves me, loves me not… who didn’t play that game with a daisy when you were a kid? And what a great table for a small space, you have 8 different petals that can be used as individual side tables. That’s pretty efficient. Combine this table with eight stacking
Incredible care went into the siting of the structures that form this residence in rural India, weaving it into the existing landscape to take advantage of natural light and a winding waterway that passes through the property.
Designed by Architecture BRIO (images by Sebastian Zachariah), “the house consists of two parts: the day areas of the house such as the dining/kitchen, the living
At first glance, it looks as if this is more sculpture than seat: the chair is missing its back legs. That’s a bit of an optical illusion, however, as the cord trailing down from the lamp clamped to the back is stronger than it seems. The ‘Lambent Chair’ by designer Glen Lewis-Steele features an unusual support system as well as
Extensions to homes often look like afterthoughts, inexpertly blended with the existing architecture or made of subpar prefabricated materials. But in the case of this home in eastern France, a creative solution for extra space has become the highlight of the entire residence. Loïc Picquet Architects pushed a new glass-fronted volume out of the back wall of the home to
When you only occasionally need a lot of tables, but don’t have a lot of space to store furniture, fold-up designs can be the ideal solution. In this case, Moxon Architects created sleek, minimalist white work surfaces for Arts Council England that can be hoisted flat against the wall when not in use.
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