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Tea Table Building Process by Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers

Redefining Rustic Materials: 6 Modern Log Furniture Makers

Logs typically conjure images of remote cabins and plaid-clad workers felling trees. As these seven creative designers and craftspeople show, though, …

Mendocino Coast Furnituremakers

Mendocino Coast Furnituremakers was founded in 1997 by a group of designers and furniture makers living on the north coast of California. The …

Student Spotlight: Laura Kishimoto's Origami-Inspired Furniture Design

By - Mar 04, 2013<p>Steelcase has announced that they've been studying what many of us have undoubtedly noticed: These days we do a lot more in our …

Design Miami/Basel 2013: Resting Upon Imagination

Design Miami/Basel houses the extraordinary. Objects as ordinary as a chair, and as everyday as a bench to sit upon, wow at this annual celebration of collectible design. With deft artistry, designers re-envision the structure and function of day-to-day living across furniture and housewares. From …

Adrift: A Two-Year Oddessy Through the San Francisco Fog by Simon Christen | Colossal

<p>Shot over a period of two years by filmmaker Simon Christen, Adrift is “a love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area.” For the last two …

Summit Nesting Tables by Moving Mountains

Summit Nesting Tables is a minimalist design created by Brooklyn-based design firm Moving Mountains. As the company name suggests, Moving Mountains …

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Book walls by Anouk Kruith—a sculpture composed out of about 3,500 books which takes on a new shape during each installation

Book walls by Anouk Kruith—a sculpture composed out of about 3,500 books which takes on a new shape during each installation. Many of the books are published in East Germany and can be considered as a commentary on the Berlin Wall, censorship, and the boundaries and limits of knowledge.The full title of the work is Enclosed Content Chatting Away In The Colour Invisibility and Kruith has stated that she seeks to “invent new things out of fragments of the past.’

Accumulation: A Cabinet Covered in Bark by Xerock Kim

South Korean product and furniture designer Xerock Kim created a wooden cabinet covered in bark. Named Accumulation, the piece symbolizes the place …