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Inspired by construction and de-construction, which are based on the materials finishes. Design by Joel Escalona #Design #Coolinteriors #Furniture

In an inspired mix of construction and deconstruction, the Booleanos was born out of Mexican designer Joel Escalona as part of the project Objeto Glocal Deco.

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Cartesia storage drawer - Nosigner and Tokushima Wood & Bamboo Industrial Cooperative Society Confederation (that's a mouthful.


Korean designer EJ Pak set out to bring a little organization to something that’s typically cluttered with the TAB bookcase. The bookcase comes with four sliding panels, or tabs, that allow you to organize your books and magazines in a variety of ways.

Angelico flagship store by Davide Volpe

Angelico flagship store by Davide Volpe & Luca Malavolta, Milan store design

The work of Korean designer/sculptor Byung Hoon Choi

Bent-Wood Chair - You won’t see any legs beneath the Bent-Wood Chair, yet it appears to successfully keep from toppling back. A lengthy strip of molded timber .

buffet KABINO - Normann Copenhagen - 810€

Contemporary sideboard / lacquered MDF / painted wood - KABINO by Simon Legald - Normann Copenhagen

Milantrace 2014 - Milan Design Week / SaloneSatellite 2014, Swedish Ninja | Yellowtrace

Modern Memphis Design Trend

Modern Memphis Design Trend stands for irreverence, experimentation, nonconformism, total rule-breaking and a freedom that drives progress & innovation.


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KW21 | Martin Visser

A credenza is an extremely elegant and highly functional addition to any office, and its important to find the perfect credenza to not only suit your office storage needs but also add the touch of style you've come to expect from The Classy Home.

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pinned MORE FOR the TABLE & BENCH style the the heat sensitive paint. "Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture.

Mikkel Vandborg | design detail

In the earlier days, woodworking was done with the tools that had to be manually operated.