Homeware Design

Homeware Design

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

 

8 pyramids

Industrial design means use of modern technologies in the manufacture. Beauty and conciseness of mathematically calibrated lines, shine of polished metal parts and the harmony of the spatial structure of the object really fascinate. The table "8 pyramids" looks like a space object. It is completely symmetrical and has no top or bottom and similar to the eight-pointed star. This is a conceptually new design in the style of constructivism. The goal to improve the ergonomics has been achieved: the construction of the table frees enough space for the legs of a person sitting at it.

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Honeycomb

This is a Bookshelf which designed in organically way to store the books with many small cells to store smaller books and big cells to store large books ! the empty space between upper part and bottom side of the bookshelf make it looks more fashion and modern!The smallest hexagon is in the heart of this bookshelf and all of the books when placed in their cells, will oriented to that which is the focus of the bookshelf ! its very hard to shape rough woods to polygon shaped cells like this!

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Trio Bench

Trio Bench is a geometrical bench made of walnut wood, fabric, and leather that seats up to 4 persons. However, by adjusting 2 upholstered pieces of the original structure, and unfolding its headrest, the user creates 2 new full-body reclining positions with utmost comfort. It was created for a private residence with a limited space. Hence it functions as sofa and it offers a Chez-lounge experience at the same time. The design slickly sharpen from both ends to create a more pleasant aesthetics. Trio Bench is 2.6 meter long, 0.80 meter width and 0.43 meter hight.

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A-Frame

The A-Frame collection was designed and manufactured in East London in response to the increasing occurrence of smaller and less permanent rented or pop-up living and retail spaces. Each set is made from a single piece of oak, and comprises table, desk, bench, hanging rail and shelving unit. Using no glue or screws, the design instead relies on aesthetically and practically considered 6° angle verticals and precision carved slots to hold each component perfectly together.

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Andamio

The Andamio shelf, created by Florian Gross & Kike Macías, is a new way to organise and display your belongings. Influenced by traditional indian scaffolding, the arrangement plays with the spirit of simplicity and functionality through the use of recycled materials and a tool-free component assembly.The minimalist design consists of two levels that can be adjusted to the appropriate height to cover different functions. Available in natural solid oak with varnished aluminium boards. The shelf is assembled without tools and, once disassembled, the design becomes completely flat-packed.

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Toss

This laundry system was created out of a need by elderly individuals to be able to safely and easily do laundry independently in a small living situation. Carrying heavy loads and bending often is a hazard that can potentially lead to injury among the elderly, but creating an all-in-one solution for cleaning, organizing, and storing clothing eliminates those concerns.

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Good designs create value for society. Everyday we feature a special design project that demonstrates excellence in design. Today, we are pleased to showcase an award-winning design that makes a positive difference. We will be featuring more great and inspiring designs daily. Make sure to visit us everyday to enjoy new good design products and projects from greatest designers worldwide.

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