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Design Discoveries: Week of January 8, 2018

Design Discoveries: Week of January 8, 2018

Design Discoveries: Week of January 8, 2018

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W E L C O M E everyone to the new topic « DISCOVERIES OF THE WEEK« ! Here, a new world opens up to you, with even more design references at the heart of the news. This section will come to you every week to give all the projects I receive and see the visibility they deserve. Online every Friday.

 

 

G-LINE by Alain Gilles

 

G-LINE launches Green Mood, a new concept of acoustic panels whose absorbent material are plants, designed by Alain Gilles.
G-LINE launches Green Mood, a new concept of acoustic panels whose absorbent material are plants, designed by Alain Gilles.
G-LINE launches Green Mood, a new concept of acoustic panels whose absorbent material are plants, designed by Alain Gilles.
G-LINE launches Green Mood, a new concept of acoustic panels whose absorbent material are plants, designed by Alain Gilles.

It was recently for the Belgian brand G-LINE that the designer Alain Gilles has designed a series of three acoustic panels of a new kind: Green Mood. Made of stabilised plants, the products G-Circles, G-Dividers and G-Screens not only absorb and attenuate sound, but also provide a sense of well-being for those in the vicinity, who enjoy the sensation of being surrounded by plants, as if in the middle of nature. Collection to be presented this month at the design show Maison&Objet.

 

 

Murmull

 

A collection of contemporary ceramic products inspired by modern architecture, designed by Murmull.
A collection of contemporary ceramic products inspired by modern architecture, designed by Murmull.
A collection of contemporary ceramic products inspired by modern architecture, designed by Murmull.
A collection of contemporary ceramic products inspired by modern architecture, designed by Murmull.
A collection of contemporary ceramic products inspired by modern architecture, designed by Murmull.

Murmull is a young design studio located in BarcelonaThe company is inspired by the lines of modern architecture to create clean and innovative ceramic collections. Structural elements of architecture or patterns of a material are transposed into everyday objects for the advantage of their shapes. The studio is also keen to promote local craftsmanship by favouring limited edition pieces. Here, ceramic tableware, tray and stool.

 

 

Nova Obiecta

 

A new kind of outdoor furniture in order to rest near the pool in summer, design by Nova Obiecta.
A new kind of outdoor furniture in order to rest near the pool in summer, design by Nova Obiecta.

Studio Nova Obiecta renews the genre in terms of chaise longue. Indeed, their latest creation, ParadThis unexpected and amusing design allows us to stage the allegory of comfort thanks to its simple forms. Sculptural, this chair is adorned with the trendy colours of the moment in order to definitively push us to get rid of what we used to call " chair " before...

 

 

obiekt

 

The new C'est Beau store in Montreal is exclusively showcasing products made in Quebec, designed by obiekt.
The new C'est Beau store in Montreal is exclusively showcasing products made in Quebec, designed by obiekt.
The new C'est Beau store in Montreal is exclusively showcasing products made in Quebec, designed by obiekt.

It is with the desire to create a unique sales area reserved for products designed and manufactured in Quebec that the designer duo of obiekt imagined the design of the shop It's Beautiful. Clean and efficient, this is the kind of minimalist shop where the product itself is the architecture. Photos by Jack Jerome.

 

 

Sebastian Herkner

 

The new collection of Delight tables for Pulpo is the result of blown glass with a mat finish, designed by Sebastian Herkner.
The new collection of Delight tables for Pulpo is the result of blown glass with a mat finish, designed by Sebastian Herkner.

For Pulpo, the designer Sebastian Herkner has recently designed the Delightwhose inspiration comes from the appearance of the Lokums - yes, yes the pastries! - – The designer sought to achieve the desired effect by creating a simple design using mouth-blown glass with a matt finish. Collection to be presented soon on the design fairs IMM Cologne and Maison&Objet.

 

 

sivasdescalzo by A.P. O

 

The new shop of the Spanish brand Sivasdescalzo, specialised in the edition and re-edition of legendary trainers in Madrid, designed by Antoni Pallejà Office (A.P.O).
The new shop of the Spanish brand Sivasdescalzo, specialised in the edition and re-edition of legendary trainers in Madrid, designed by Antoni Pallejà Office (A.P.O).
The new shop of the Spanish brand Sivasdescalzo, specialised in the edition and re-edition of legendary trainers in Madrid, designed by Antoni Pallejà Office (A.P.O).

For its new shop in Madridthe Spanish retailer sivasdescalzo - specialising in the sale of trainers for special editions, limited versions and reissues of vintage classics - worked with the architectural firm Antoni Pallejà Office (A.P.O)This is a futuristic and sophisticated architectural concept that is accessible to the general public. Innovative materials dominate the space, with the architects drawing inspiration from advances in the world of fashion, including anodised aluminium and iridescent glass.

 

 

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Chloé founded Huskdesignblog in 2016. Ever since, she is decoding every nook and cranny to find the best interiors and furniture ideas for her beloved readers and followers, eager for beautiful things.

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