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The SHIFT Table by Spell merges everyday living and working for the entrepreneurial nomad. It addresses people that quickly and easily want to switch between work and personal life all the while staying conveniently ‘connected’. The design of the table oozes authentic modernism using subtle lines to create an array of hidden functions. Despite the […]
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Architects: Arplan, A plus Architects
Location: Rīga, Latvia
Area: 57582.0 sqm
Photographs: Aivars Silins
General Contractor: Merks, Ltd, Saldus Celinieks, Ltd
Technical Architect: Ksenija Semjonova, Valters Bruzgulis, Salvis Stafeckis, Rihards Millers
Landscape Architect: Laura Birstina, Kristine Svalbe…
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A team from UNStudio, led by Ben van Berkel, has launched an interactive new work station inspired by the health advantages associated with standing while working. Dubbed the StandTable, the innovative office furniture is designed to support numerous working positions and fosters interaction and… Sigue leyendo
“The role of the architect, or the designer, is that of a very good, thoughtful host, all of whose energy goes into trying to anticipate the needs of his guests – those who enter the building and use the objects … Sigue leyendo
Manolo by Italy-based Ilario Branca is a multifunctional wall panel with a strong attitude towards customization, pure usefulness and design. Its wooden knobs and your creativity are the basic elements to create the ideal layout, transforming it into coat hanger, bathroom console, bookcase, bedside table or simple shelving. The contemporary unit interacts, changes and suits […]
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Multifunctional and highly portable, Bookniture is a clever furniture piece hidden in a notebook cover. Envisioned by Hong Long-based designer Mike Mak, the project is extremely practical: it can be a foot rest, a nightstand and a standing work desk. Moreover, you can use it as an outdoor stool or add a wood-board on top […]
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What do you think of the idea of Pop-Up Furniture? For some, it may seem a natural step in the direction of minimalist design, backing-up the trend of “less is more”. The reason why we chose to present this cardboard pop-up furniture project envisioned by Liddy Scheffknecht and Armin B. Wagner is strongly connected with practical […]
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The O-table by Ola Giertz Designstudio is a small flexible unit inspired by antique brass candlesticks. We usually move this type of candlesticks by inserting our finger into the special eye that allows us to smoothly carry the candle. This is the idea of a sideboard based on the same concept, a sideboard with a handle […]
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