Octahedrons by Benjamin Migliore


Octahedrons is a project of Benjamin Migliore, a designer from Barcelona. Inspired by a pyramidal shape, this stool consist of 2 octahedrons using a triangular base. It is a multifonctional stool: can be used as a high stool when in a vertical position or as a seat for two when in horizontal position just by turning it by 90° which is enough to fix the seat and making pressure on its structure. The seat is perfectly built in with the structure and adapts as necessary.Its 9 connecting pieces make it easy the built up or down. The structure is solid and resistant. The Octahedrons stool is built to last.

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Takka by Agnieszka Mazur


Takka is a minimalist design created by Germany-based designer Agnieszka Mazur. This furniture series is designed specifically for confined living spaces. The table’s height can be adjusted, the extreme heights serving as a dining table at 75 cm (29.5″) and as a coffee table at 48 cm (18.9″).

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Dedon Swingrest

Though it shares part of its name and most of its structure with DEDON’s iconic NESTREST hanging lounger, the new SWINGREST by Daniel Pouzet is in a class all its own. Borrowing the basket-like bottom from his earlier creation, the NESTREST, he has managed to create an altogether new work that feels even more spacious (and fits more people) while seeming to take up less space. Perfect for hanging on the terrace or veranda, or even indoors, the SWINGREST is distinguished by the purity and simplicity of its concept.

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Shelf by MASH Studios


Shelf is a minimalist design created by California-based designer MASH Studios. The current trend of using metallic materials is definitely here to stay. The design studio has re-invented their current line of sideboards to include metal sliding covers. The covers currently come in brass, copper, and nickel.

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Tenon Stool by Okum Studios


Tenon Stool is a minimalist design created by California-based designer Okum Studios. Utilizing the accessibility of sheet stock and local automated manufacturing, Tenon Stool is constructed of 7 precision-machined parts. The pieces slot together through mortise and tenon joints, resulting in a highly efficient design.

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Two Circles Chair by Kebei Li


Two Circles Chair is a minimalist design created by USA-based designer Kebei Li. As the name implies, the chair consists of two circles that make up its seat and seat back. The frame is constructed through welding the metal pieces together.

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PodPad

An artful, modern workspace. Podpad’s 4.5-inch profile belies its multiple functions. Its shadowbox highlights your iPhone or iPod dock and connects it to an integrated audio system. Open it to reveal a desk and laptop storage, space for mail and files, and a charging station for all your electronic gear. Stash your keys and change, too—and free up your coffee table.

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Eyore Stool by Vered Venezia


Eyore Stool is a minimalist design created by Israel-based designer Vered Venezia. The Eyore stool is inspired by the trestles used in upholstery work to support sofa cushions and couches. The trestles help carpenters easily lift and work on couches, and Eyore is an elegant fusion of tool and product that incorporates both of these elements.

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White Table Trestle by Master&Master


White Table Trestle is a minimalist design created by Czech Republic-based designer Master&Master. These stackable table trestles are a true gem for every flat, studio or even a gallery. They are stable, yet lightweight and are available in two widths: 55 cm (recommended table top width 65 cm) and 70 cm (recommended table top width 80 cm).

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Lotus Coat-hanger


The inspiration draws from the shape of lotus and the structure of the ancient bucket arch. With six feet standing on the ground gracefully, it present a sense of harmony.The twelve hangers in six different directions greatly fulfill the needs of customers.Every tip is well polished in case fabrics get scratched.  The solid wood material and swallowtail structure make it durable and easy to transport.

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Rocking Horse Bench


This design is a remake of the combination of the traditional bench and the rocking horse.When swinging, it can support one or two people in an entertaining way.The firm and detachable structure makes it durable and convenient to transport.

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Triangular Stool

This design features traditional Chinese architecture. It can be placed independently or matched with other decorations, and both ways strongly display its uniqueness. Because of its exquisite shape, the stool can also be used as a tea table.It is made of solid wood, so it’s sturdy and durable.The detachable structure makes it convenient to transport and eco-friendly.

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Olga Guanabara Walter Desk


This is an utterly stylish, sophisticated, modern and minimalist design furniture with an archetypal touch. Besides, it will harmonize presently both home and office environment.

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Skull Chair by Vladi Rapaport


The ‘Skull Chair‘ is designed by Vladi Rapaport, a craftsman from Netherlands, and it’s part of his ‘Vanitas’ collection which is a collection of products inspired by the Dutch vanitas still-life paintings from the 16th and 17th century.

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Rough Sketches Come to Life as Furniture by Daigo Fukawa


Usually it takes a long way for a sketch to be turned into an actual product. Japanese designer Daigo Fukawa just might change all that, however, with his series of furniture called “Rough Sketch Products” that look like they’ve just been transferred directly from his sketchbook to reality. The project was submitted as Fukuhawa’s senior thesis exhibition at Tokyo University of the Arts.

Made from cleverly arranged wire and photographed with a perfectly blank background, his various benches and chairs trick our perception of dimensions. Suddenly, 2D meets 3D, and the people sitting on these unique scribbled creations seem to be levitating in the air. It might not be the comfiest furniture out there, but it will definitely put a smile on your face.

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