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Jolle

Jolle is a cradle inspired by Scandinavian design. The remarkable curved skids bring a slight elegant touch with it. Straight clear lines and simple forms are used to create a calm modern cradle, which also follows sustainable principles. Jolle is built to last. It should be passed on from one generation to the next and so on. Next to this longevity criteria only natural materials – felt and stone pine – are used without any metal or synthetic substances. In this way the design of Jolle combines sustainability and a graceful modern optic.

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A chairs

The chair design is an interesting interpretation of the furniture with multi-function. With the careful manipulating of design form and dimension, “A Chairs” resolve the modern world furnishing issue of creating too many items to fulfil the function requirement. By pulling and pushing of different elements within the chair, it create a four piece of furniture that could use for multiple purpose. “A chairs” not only represent a new sample of how design solve the spatial limit problems, but also showcase the new direction of designer to explore new possibility of furniture design.

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Wave

Wave is a coffee table made of ash wood. It combines opposites in many ways. The shape of the table resembles the stairs of the pyramids and the form of waves. So, it displays man-made and natural forms at the same time. The softness of the wave counterparts the angularity of the structure. Beside being a static object, it also gives the impression of dynamic motion by the fan-like rotation of the parts. Wave provides a new visual sight from every angle. By this it symbolizes the variety of nature. Wave does not contain any fittings or stiffeners. It holds itself.

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Praxis I

The Praxis I office chair from Nigerian-American designer Osayande Imarhiagbe features a unified back and seat cushion atop a rigid polyurethane frame. The cushion is comprised of a memory foam upholstered in soft perforated leather, allowing for improved breathability and adaptability to multiple body types. Designed for modern offices, the Praxis I frame sits atop a 360° swivel base with a locking tilt mechanism. Available in steel or rubber, ball-bearing casters provide easy multidirectional movement across carpet and hard surfaces. A cylindrical gas lift provides easy height adjustment.

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DishDrawer™

Fisher & Paykel Appliances debuts the new models that are quieter and more energy and water-efficient than ever including being Energy Star certified. They are more durable, thanks to rigorous testing for 20 years’ of continuous use and thoughtfully designed with an emphasis on sleek lines and quality construction. Models can incorporate clever features such as flexible stacking and sanitize mode. The newest generation shows Fisher & Paykel’s dedication to continuous improvement and innovation.

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Sputnik

The Sputnik Chair is directly inspired from the Sputnik satellite. The world’s first artificial satellite was about the size of a beach ball (58cm, or 22.8inches, in diameter). Harow achieved to use the exact diameter of the satellite for the seat. As simple as it looks, it is a real technical challenge in its making. Its 4 asymmetric feet reflect the satellite antenna which are very thin. It was a big challenge to make them ensure a flawless contact with the ground. Simple, crude and made out of steel, the chair also demonstrates how basic materials can be used with elegance.

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Sometimes you need a very big team of talented designers to come up with truly great designs. Everyday, we feature a distinct award-winning innovative and creative design team. Explore and discover original and creative architecture, good design, fashion, graphics design and design strategy projects from design teams worldwide. Get inspired by the original works by grand master designers.

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