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6 furniture and home decor projects that prove creativity is still on the rise

If the Spring of 2020 is difficult to live through for all creative people and designers, restricted, prevented from diffusing their work, completing orders, and attend major events that ended canceled, it does not mean this hard blow will stop them. Indeed, creation has no limits, and thanks to its spread on social media, daring, and inspiring design projects have nevertheless found an audience. Discover 6 furniture and design projects that have particularly seduced us in these times of quarantine.

 

 

Adir Yakobi

 

Furniture and design objects, composite lamp by Adir Yakobi
Furniture and design objects, composite lamp by Adir Yakobi
Furniture and design objects, Reading Lamp by Adir Yakobi
Furniture and design objects, Reading Lamp by Adir Yakobi

Adir is a very talented designer with a singular aesthetic, whom we follow and with whom we have collaborated, notably during our first exhibition at Collectible 2020, and subsequently, by integrating his work on our online shop. As usual, the material used is a secret polymer composite, the recipe for which the designer likes to keep secret, giving his work an even more fantastic dimension. Recently, he has created Table Lamp with Hair and Reading Lamp, these are two luminous objects with anesthetics from elsewhere but with certain functionality.

This all-encompassing, even invasive, fusion texture seems to be moving and uncontrollable, although each droplet is hand-formed, for a certain unity of the collection.

 

 

David Willman and Theodora Alfredsdottir

 

Furniture and design objects, Strobot, David Willman and Theodora Alfredsdottir
Furniture and design objects, Strobot, David Willman and Theodora Alfredsdottir
Furniture and design objects, Strobot, David Willman and Theodora Alfredsdottir
Furniture and design objects, Strobot, David Willman and Theodora Alfredsdottir

The designer Theodora Alfredsdottir has created a series of furniture and design objects based on simple and playful geometrical shapes, dutifully staged by photographer David Willman and his lighting method, Strobot. The side tables called Mould, are exploring the possibility of using a single mold to create a complete ceramic collection. Indeed, with a stackable mold, this study aims to achieve uniqueness within a standardized process that can add value to the result.

A mould that consists of three different shapes (circle, triangle and square) creating unique pieces when these shapes are reversed each time a new piece is cast. Clever and inspiring.

 

 

Frédéric Imbert for Jessica Barouch (JAG gallery)

 

Furniture and design objects, Frédéric Imbert for Jessica Barouch (JAG gallery)
Furniture and design objects, Frédéric Imbert for Jessica Barouch (JAG gallery)

French designer Frédéric Imbert has recently collaborated with Jessica Barouch (JAG gallery) for the creation of Tribu, a collection of hand-carved side tables then cast in concrete. For this project, the designer sought a balance between the heavy aspect of the pieces and his dedication to work. Here, the duo seeks to arouse emotion and curiosity through a delicate work of concrete, giving it an unknown appearance - Is it stone? - – and whose handcrafted texture once again attracts the touch. Jessica Barouch and Frédéric Imbert are currently working on their new furniture collaboration which will include a bench and a coffee table. To be continued...

 

 

Jeremy Anderson

 

Jeremy Anderson, Piccolo Parade, presented by Apparatus

Jeremy Anderson, Piccolo Parade, presented by Apparatus

Jeremy Anderson, Piccolo Parade, presented by Apparatus

Jeremy Anderson, Piccolo Parade, presented by Apparatus

The American ceramic artist Jeremy Anderson, based in New York City, has designed a virtual showroom to display his first collection, Piccolo Parade. Presented by ApparatusJeremy's work is an immersion through 34 unique pieces, the Piccolos, a collection of anthropomorphic creatures assembled by hand using a combination of turning elements and shaping techniques. Each work emerges organically from the clay, depending on its appearance and texture.

The artist likes to relate his sculptures to humans, taking care to give them singular characteristics thanks to lines and patterns. singular. An invitation to discover the unique, yet part of a big family, and of course a promising solo artist...

 

"In this moment, as we all isolate for the collective well-being, it feels particularly important to share my work which was inspired by a desire to create community. These piccolos are my friends and have long kept me company. In that same spirit, I'd like to share them with you. In their idiosyncrasies and relationships, I hope you see the things that make us all human, as I do."

Jeremy Anderson

 

 

onlyonly.studio

 

Furniture and design objects, onlyonly.studio, Z chair
Furniture and design objects, onlyonly.studio, Z chair

Onlyonly.studio is a creative studio based in Riga that works on a full range of services, from interior architecture to product design. Recently, the designers Harijs Vucen and Anna Liva Traumane have made a remarkable entry into the visual and collectible design world by presenting their brand new Z Chair on Instagram. A highly coveted, refined object with an undeniably attractive color. With its metallic and shiny coating, it is a piece that fits perfectly with our prediction of the Trends for the Summer 2020 season, to be discovered here. Great piece.

 

 

Studio Buzao

 

Studio Buzao, Halo Collection courtesy of Gallery ALL
Studio Buzao, Halo Collection courtesy of Gallery ALL

Studio Buzao, Halo Collection courtesy of Gallery ALL

Studio Buzao, Halo Collection courtesy of Gallery ALL

Studio Buzao, Halo Collection courtesy of Gallery ALL

The Studio Buzao recently presented its latest collection of furniture and lighting, Halo, made from laminated dichroic glass, and courtesy of the Gallery ALL, each element is a real artwork, radiating colors and reflecting light. While projects made of this material have always been popular, Studio Buzao's vision on the subject opens up new creative perspectives, whether in terms of lighting or furniture.

Inspired by the curved light frequencies often seen around the moon or the sun, or halos in general, this material offers a gradient of changing colors depending on the angle from which the piece is observed... Absolutely fascinating.

 

 

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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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