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‘Looking Glass’ by Sebastian Bergne

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This upside down carafe by designer Sebastian Bergne is directly inspired by the stories of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, the cuisine and laboratory inventiveness of the Victorian era.
Placed next to food, objects and other guests around the table, the liquid in the lens shaped bottle magnifies
everything seen through it, exaggerating and distorting really.

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delux strikes a pose’ exhibition

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shoulder piece, 1967 image © designboom

‘delux strikes a pose’ reveals the seductive interactin between jewellery and the body.
the exhibition highlights the interplay and cooperation between two disciplines the, jewellery designer and the photographer stand together strong to produce a striking image, the jewel itself is taken out of the showcase and shown on the body.

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CUTE: Music Chocolate

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Music Chocolate

Pouf wood and upholstered in leather with inserted audio amplifier

There is a need for a new type of social environment in which the home is central. House concerts are becoming more frequent moments of meeting in the home.

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Eco Warrior Bag

ECO WARRIOR BAG is a eco-bag that represents you as an Environmental activist. If you see people throwing away a cigarette butt on the street or not separating garbage by type, transform yourself into ECO WARRIOR! (By putting the bag on your head) Then, give them a stern warning instead of a drop kick.
Standard class and High class that is printed with lamé ink are available.
via creative review

eco bagECO WARRIOR BAG is a eco-bag that represents you as an Environmental activist. If you see people throwing away a cigarette butt on the street or not separating garbage by type, transform yourself into ECO WARRIOR! (By putting the bag on your head) Then, give them a stern warning instead of a drop kick.

via: creative review

http://www.kha.jp

Urban Front Launch two new designs at 100% Design

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Urban Front launch two new designs at this years show combining security, performance and exceptional design. The Milano and the Manhattan add to an existing collection of high performance steel reinforced doors. Both doors will be on display on our Stand (D38).
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Steuart Padwick Celebrates Recent success with 9 new Furniture and lighting designs at 100% Design

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The award winning designer Steuart Padwick is following on his recent successes by launching the Steuart Padwick brand with 9 New Designs at this years 100% Design.

In addition he will be showing 4 recent designs for Benchmark including the award winning Darcey Table.

Walk Desk has been shortlisted for the Blueprint design awards for best new product.

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Andy Martin Associates design restaurant for 100% Design

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Andy Martin Associates has created three groups of giant aluminum petals as canopies for the 100% Design restaurant.

Practice founder Andy Martin said ‘we looked for an element that diners could sit around and under, instead of ring fencing them like sheep. Exhibitions tend to be grid based and very rigis and this was our reaction to that’.

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Over 1,200 Cubes of Rubbish Sold !

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Artist Justin Gignac set out to prove the value of packaging design to a colleague. Gignac realised the most effective way to make his point was to sell a product no one in their right mind would want – garbage.
Read More at : PSFK.com

Pebble Seating by Benjamin Hubert

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To be launched at 100% Design in London, Pebble is a series of seating (one chair and two stools) by Benjamin Hubert for De Vorm. He tells MoCo Loco,

“The furniture collection is inspired by the form of beach pebbles found washed up by the sea. The design is a combination of rotational moulding, solid oak and CNC formed metal. Rotational moulding is predominantly used for large outdoor furniture. Pebble brings this material indoors and adds an increased sense of sophistication through its form, finish and combination with other materials. Pebble has a low carbon footprint as the seats are manufactured from recyclable polyethylene and the knock down construction contains no additional fixings. The legs locate into the moulded top and are held together under tension by the powder coated steel band.”

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Benjamin Hubert

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