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Design Discoveries: Week of November 26, 2018

Design Discoveries: Week of November 26, 2018

Design Discoveries: Week of November 26, 2018

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Atelier Sauvage X Marie de Lignerolles

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

Recently, Atelier Sauvage allied to Marie de Lignerolles in order to make the hybrid Moerakiroom divider. Indeed, the work of the designers tends to highlight the peculiarities of the wood and its natural reactions in contact with the color, the random patterns drawn by its natural structure guiding in an unpredictable way how the colorful covering will be able to wrap it... A delicate and functional project, to be considered as furniture, or sculpture.

 

 

Chiho Cheon

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

The Korean design scene has lately developed before our eyes, particularly on Instagram. So what a pleasure to find out the work of one of these talented actors in our inbox! Discover the work of young designer Chiho Cheon, who presents Criteria, a massive furniture made of cement, in order to revolutionize the vision and the first use of this material. In addition, the designer offers a reflection on the choice of a material in general, arguing that this type of material is what differentiates the population from the homeless: you find yourself comfortable between four cement walls, but don't we reduce our freedom?

 

 

Cuatro Cuatros

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

Spanish design studio Cuatro Cuatros has been working on the triangle of Penrose in order to create a unique vase, at 90 degrees. This impossible form is fascinating and captures our attention for several minutes, time during which our mind seeks to understand... A nice work between design and performance!

 

 

Fosbury & Sons

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

It's in an incredible modernist building designed by Constantin Brodski in 1958, in Brussels, that the well-known Fosbury & Sons company settled in its last premises dedicated to coworking. It is on 5600 m² that an unusual place extends, probably one of the best designed workplace, in order to attract in its midst more and more creative and freelance workers. A workspace worth a visit, even for a few hours.

 

 

Ihor Skrypnyk

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

This week, we also discovered the work of Ihor Skrypnyk and his Zen Table, a sleek and efficient design that raises the question of the comfort that we can have sitting in our office all day, as well as the aesthetics of the latter... An interesting and innovative formal work in order to improve office life.

 

 

Jonathan Adler X Amazon

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

The famous decorator and designer Jonathan Adler has finally developed a collaboration with Amazon, Now House, which highlights a complete collection of furniture, decorative objects and rugs accessible to the general public. As usual, the American designer highlights ambitious and innovative colours for the interior, graphic and efficient patterns for objects and textiles, alternatively inspired by the 70s, as in antique details and architecture.

 

 

Katia Tolstykh

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

One of the latest projects of the designer Katia Tolstykh stages a one of a kind chair. Indeed Proun, is halfway between an impracticable and comfortable object, between a sculpture and a chair of a new kind. For this project, the proportions and shapes – usually rectilinear – have been pushed to the maximum and the plan surfaces have been cleverly changed into volumes. Nice work.

 

 

Liang-Jung Chen and Shuei-Yuan Yang

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

The young duo of Taiwanese designers made up of Ling-Jung Chen and Shuei-Yuan Yang has designed a complete collection of small objects and furniture entitled Misused Objects. This collection refers in a practical, poetic and very humorous way to how the elders improvise daily by creating from old recovered objects. A nice reflection on the birth of creativity as well as a nod to the popular, invaluable and indispensable know-how.

 

 

Maria Tyakina

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

Maria Tyakina focus her work on research between art and design and human/object interactions. Recently, she has developed the Bend Table, a metal side table with no fixings or screws, each part of the object being held in place thanks to the others. As for the mirror Color Temperature, it is the result of an experiment between metal and its reaction to the heat, each color being obtained thanks to a different heating temperature . A beautiful iridescent series...

 

 

Teemu Perttunen

 

Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.
Take a look at our latest design discoveries in this month of November 2018.

The Finnish designer Teemu Perttunen presented his work last September at the Habitare fair, in Helsinki, in the category of young emerging designers. His work, focused on the emotional relationship that guides us to go to an object or another human being, is based on imperfection, for which we feel empathy, and therefore attraction. Taking the visitor's gaze against the current and anticipating his reactions, the designer offers a complete and subtle collection of furniture and small objects, and which addresses directly to our subconscious. Moreover, if some details are not perfect, the manufacturing of these objects is made with the utmost precision. A good work beyond the visible, bravo.

 

 

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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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