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Studio Ossidiana’s ‘Petrified Carpets’

Traditional Persian rugs have been given a solid edge by architecture and design practice Studio Ossidiana. Their ‘Petrified Carpets’ series was exhibited at the last Dutch Design Week and shows how concrete can take on the tactile qualities of a classic woven rug. Studio Ossidiana was formed in 2015 by Alessandra Covini and Tomas Dirrix

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Coexist Collection by Slash Objects

Marble, brass, concrete and industrial rubber form unexpected yet perfect combinations in the designs of Brooklyn-based studio Slash O­­­bjects. Motivated by a belief that there is harmony in difference, the studio mixes materials to create a bold sense of balance. Slash Objects was launched in 2016 by multidisciplinary design firm Slash Projects, which works across architecture,

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Collin Townsend Velkof’s Monoliitti.

Multidisciplinary artist and designer Collin Townsend Velkof has drawn inspiration from ancient monoliths, primitive cultures, and iconography for his latest collection, Monoliitti. The result is a unique range of vessels with spiritual undertones and an intriguing connection to religious aesthetics. Based in Helsinki, where he is completing a Masters of Applied Arts and Furniture design,

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Memobottle introduces new collection.

Regular readers will remember that we introduced the original memobottle™ to you back in 2015, so when we heard they had announced an all-new second range, we had to share their great products again! The new memobottle™ continues to combine minimalist, sustainable design with everyday functionality, as the Australian-based company, memobottle™, launched their highly anticipated

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Usable Sculptures by Anna Karlin

­­New York-based multidisciplinary designer Anna Karlin describes her furniture and lighting creations as ‘usable sculptures’. Karlin worked as an art director in London before moving to New York in 2010. Her talents stretch from cosmetics packaging to jewellery and set design, but it’s her furniture and lighting that has captured the greatest attention. Karlin’s sculptural

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SET Collection by Ania Jaworska

­­Everyday furniture items take on a surreal edge in the latest collection from Chicago-based architect Ania Jaworska. Exhibited at Chicago’s Volume Gal­­­­lery, the SET collection features eight items that resemble each other in colour, texture and scale but their form is exaggerated beyond normal domestic proportions. Jaworska grew up in Poland and studied architecture at

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Terrazzo Furniture by Carly Jo Morgan

Terrazzo takes on a spiritual edge in the latest Terrazzo Furniture designs from LA-based artist Carly Jo Morgan. This ambitious new collection of terrazzo furniture and lighting reflects Morgan’s interest in human evolution, growth and transition. It also highlights the unlimited potential of this timeless material. Morgan’s list of talents includes jewellery and wallpaper design

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Tobias Partners – Bondi Beach House

A 1980s beach house in North Bondi has been re-imagined for the modern era with bold features that eschew the typical beachside palette of weatherboard and whitewash wooden floors. The result is a fresh, distinctive family home with luxurious materials, including a te­rrazzo tiled floor from Fibonacci Stone. Tobias Partners, in collaboration with Sydney building

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Perspective sculptures by Dutch design studio OS ∆ OOS

If you’re ready for a new perspective on art and design, look no further than the Perspective sculptures by Dutch design studio OS ∆ OOS. A collaboration between Design Academy Eindhoven graduates Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen, OS ∆ OOS strives to find the balance between material and form and how these two elements relate

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Concrete Pod by Kazuya Morita

Beauty meets ingenuity in an eggshell-thin concrete structure from Japanese architect Kazuya Morita. The Concrete Pod is a masterpiece of technology and illustrates the versatility of concrete beyond its traditional application in building and construction. The secret to the Concrete Pod is its combination of white cement, lightweight aggregate, straw fibre and glass fibre. The

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