Maximo Reira has put a twist to the notion of an imposing state by creating the Rhinoceros Beetle chair. Inspired by the original beetle insect (not the namesake car or the similarly named band), the chair deftly replicates the robust anatomy of a Rhinoceros Beetle specimen. Existing in real time, the head of this beetle kind does look like the horned visage of a rhinoceros. Indubitably, the designer utilized this potent combination of a jet black hue, horned characteristics and the sturdy frame of the beetle to concoct a true brawny design fit for a geek king.
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Transform your living room into a romantic getaway by adding this Panorama Sofa designed by Joao Kaarah. The aesthetics of this sitting furniture piece are simple yet stylish. What makes the sofa more attractive is the color pattern used in this unique sofa. The chesterfield appears to display the still silhouette of the sunset behind the horizon.
A cool little house created for cats from thick cardboard sheets, in the shape of a simple, recognizable home. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Transform your living room into a romantic getaway by adding this Panorama Sofa designed by Joao Kaarah. The aesthetics of this sitting furniture piece are simple yet stylish. What makes the sofa more attractive is the color pattern used in this unique sofa.
Posing as a piece of futurism all draped in its glory of opulence – this is the Race table, a high end furniture item from John & Table. Crafted from carbon fiber and aluminum, the materials aptly complement the futuristic lines and the linear right angles of the conception.
BMW has created new an interior design for the Boeing 777 going from London to Singapore. It’s a brand well known for it’s luxury and elegant look, both inside and out.
First class travellers can sit in ultimate comfort while listening to music or watching movies in a luxurious seating created by the BMW Group.
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ELLINGTON is an enduring lounge series designed by Sam Haughton in 1997. High-density, fire-retardant foam provides optimum levels of cushioning and support. The sofa range consists of Armchair, 2- and 3-Seater Lounges and Bench with finished stainless steel legs and adjustable feet. Ellington is fully upholstered in either fabric or leather and comes with or without bolster cushions. The series is as functional as it is comfortable in both residential and commercial settings.
Founded by Arne Christiansen in 1986, Woodmark is the leading manufacturer and supplier of designer loose furniture in Australia and New Zealand offering the most complete loose furniture solution for commercial and hospitality industry. Our hallmark embodies the perfect synergy of Scandinavian sensibility and the Australian way of life. Good design, environmental preservation and the well-being of the community that surrounds us are fundamental to everything we do. We pride ourselves on nurturing some of the best young Australian design talent as well as collaborating with masters of modern Danish design. Our responsibility as a manufacturer entrusts us to deliver the highest possible quality standard without compromising the environment.
Textured Sideboard – 2009 – Material: MDF and Polyurehane – 180 x 80 x 40 cm
Dustdeluxe is a modular studio of plastic research, a space of transdisciplinary convergence that has the potential to evolve, to adapt in line with demand.
Damien Gernay‘s approach to design is characterised by a sensitive vision of the world around us.
He tries to retranscribe in three dimensions a universe of perceptions: touch becomes volume, sight becomes colour, hearing becomes a form. Material has its own lexical field that the designer tries to play with, to create his own language, based on appositions, superpositions, confrontations of materials. The object then adopts a meaning, it evokes, implies or questions. Single or multiple, its expression is coherent.
The textured objects collection is a research into the concrete realisation of the object through a conceptual approach. Increasingly, the object is modellised in three dimensions in order to imagine its final form. The modeling software works in stages; first of all we modellise what is known as a neutral object, which corresponds to the form of the object and only then is its texture applied. I therefore propose to take the same approach, by creating neutral forms as they are generally represented, i.e. in white and then literally project the material, the texture, onto them.
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