Named Blink, this desk lamp is reminiscent of the hazard lights on motorways. Designed by young French-German designer Mendel Heit and presented at the latest Salon Satellite in Milan, it has varying light intensities and can by used as an auxiliary light point.
Midway between the aesthetic hybrid of the natural and the created, Mark Laban crafts exceptional and deeply personal furniture. He creates his pieces using a methodology that combines traditional handcrafting work with the most contemporary design. His Rustic bench is one of his finest examples.
This pair of screens, to create a space away from prying eyes, contain subtle work in resin and brass created by Polish designer Marcin Rusak. His meticulous floral finish uses a system that traps the petals, seeds and branches of different plant species as if they were fossilised remains.
Max Lipsey, an American designer based in the Netherlands, produces unique objects inspired by his love for nature, history, and developmental processes. This metal stationery set, featuring trays of different colours and heights, is an example of perfect attention to detail.
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