Homeware Design

Homeware Design featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Elytra

Elytra is designed in a way that allows the user easy access to increase the table top surface because of its non-static nature. The biomimetic, dynamic table's surfaces are split into four broad parts, including a wooden "head" and "body" as well as two glass-inlay wings that can be opened out simultaneously to expand the table's surface to store an extra few cups of tea, a planter or two, and perhaps a notebook to doodle your ideas on.

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Watchtower

This cat climbing tower explores a new form of cat furniture. To boost the harmonious relationship between cats and home environments, it breaks the bulky stereotype of existing cat trees. According to cats’ habits, the upper part is used as a resting place and watchtower for cats to observe their territory. The lower part is designed for entertainment, offering cats a large, safe playing area.

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Qi2

The idea of Qi2 came from the concept of array and building blocks, also the philosophy of ergonomics. Breaking the design frame of existing water filters, constructing all of possibilities with the simplest element. Compared with the existing water filters, Qi2 provides users with flexible filter cartridge selection from one to multiple combinations. As seen, Waterway and Cartridge will be replaced simultaneously, thus no more dirty waterway.

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Ponto

Ponto table is an innovative combination of aluminum - the supporting beam - and solid wood – the legs. In the upper-end of the legs, a “negative print” of the extruded beam-profile is milled out. This allows the leg to be slided onto the beam and left where wanted. When the table stands, gravity locks the legs and stabilizes the whole construction. Advantages: Freedom in leg-positioning, customizing in shape and size, good stability, extremely long spans between legs, easy exchange of legs and easy separation of materials after the lifespan of the table.

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Vague

Vague is a de-constructed stool with structural curves which form its shape. An astonishing piece of furniture, for every different angle from which it is seen reveals a harmonious composition. The metal-cast stools bring out the poetry of what was the sketch inception; lines previously drawn morph into tubes and highlight the environment as a ready-to-enjoy object of art.

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Star

The design of the customizable partition system is inspired by modern urban architecture. Wavy texture and smooth surface form a good visual contrast. This system provides five different combinations and practical accessories, which can reasonably meet different functional requirements of different spaces and provide users with convenience. The width and height of this partition system can be customized.It can be combined with a cabinet to get more storage space.

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