The Paradise armchair with its strict geometric form, by Norwegian designer Edvin Klasson, may just be a prototype, yet already has all the makings of an iconic piece. The petrol blue fabric finish and bamboo legs create the perfect balance between the modern and the traditional. The pattern adds an exotic and rebellious touch.
It bears the name of the Greek Titan Atlas, and represents the essence of simple but compelling objects, in which the aesthetic is supported by basic materials. Here the black marble, extracted from a mine in the north of Spain, gives form to a side table or stool, depending on its placement. A piece by Adolfo Abejón.
We continue to be surprised by the ways in which old materials can be transformed into newly made products with curious finishes. Paper Bricks is a collection from New Zealand designer WooJai Lee, in which old newspapers are turned into solid materials resembling marbled pieces. Lee has designed auxiliary pieces with great stability.
QUICK MOUNTING LAMP
Simple is the perfect word for the design of this tripod lamp by Australians Dowel Jones, sold as an easy to assemble piece. It is named Mr. Dowel Jones and can be used as a desktop or standing lamp. Made of wood and rubber, it can be put together in two minutes.
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