Today I want your gut reaction to a design. This time, its Gan-Rugs’ Long Sleeves Rug. From the Mangas carpet collection designed by Patricia Urquiola. Long Sleeves and its sister rugs shown here feature stripes of varied texture and color.
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Do the rugs make you feel warm and cozy all over? Tell us what you think. Read more »
It’s time again for your gut reaction to a design. Peek through the Pasha armchair from Italy’s Pedrali, designed by Claudio Dondoli & Marco Pocci.
Shades of Starck’s Louis Ghost Chair—but with a winged persona—Pasha comes in transparent, black, white, and smoked, glossy-finished polycarbonate. Both indoor and outdoor versions are offered, as is an upholstered cushion for added comfort.
Does this chair work for you? Tell [...] Read more »
Design Junkies – the second I saw these, I knew I needed to get your opinion.
For its design of the 242-apartment, ‘Society’ complex in South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia, the architects—Plus Architecture—wanted to create a sense of community.
Core to its concept is an active communal lobby including a lounge and bar, surrounded by coffee shops and restaurants, and with access to a ‘contemplation garden.’
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on September 9th, 2010
It’s time again for your gut reaction to a design. Have a look at the Highboy Bookshelf from designer Jaren Goh for Singapore-based Munkii.
Does this antique-inspired piece work for you? Tell us what you think.
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Today I want your reaction to the innovative Cut it out! rugs from UK product designer Marina Ralph.
Ralph designed the 100% wool felt rugs with perforated lines for decoration, and to allow the buyer to adjust the rug’s size and shape to fit the room.
Rug a little too big? Want to move it from your den to a smaller bedroom? Snip away.
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Today I want your reaction to this form-follows-function table. James McAdam desiged the Safe Bedside Table for the percentage of Londoners that he read worry about security at night.
Burglar break in? Shazam! Instant self-defense and weapon. Thanks to LeAnn at Design Trade for waking me up to the table.
Is this something you’d want in your home? Tell us what you think. Read more »