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Cloud softlight floats overhead, luminous, etheral. Constructed from molo’s signature honeycomb paper lit with LED, available in four sizes.
read more at: http://luraydesign.com/furnishings/molo
Cappello lamp a delightful, delicate table lamp lit by an LED is shaded by a paper cap or “cappelo” in Italian, slides on a steel wire supported by a marble base. Cappello is inspired by the “Arco” lamp designed by the Castiglioni brothers and made by Flos. The lamp is a tribute to designers, Achille Castiglioni, Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and Ingo Maurer.
For more information: http://www.molostore.com.
Paper Design for paper by paper That’s CUIORA
CUIORA is the brand name which expresses the pure water of Mt Fuji.
Design by Qurz Inc | Takumi Shimamura
Products made of 100% recycled paper
Fuji City has been well-known as a centre for the manufacture of paper since ancient times. The paper made there is the gift of ‘sensui’ (pure water) of Mt Fuji. (more…)
seth and jon are architects. they also like to use their hands, designing and building things like chairs and light fixtures.
they first crossed paths at kent state university in cleveland, honing abilities to endure long winters and earning degrees in architecture + design. now, a decade of collaboration and spirited adventure has landed them in seattle, where graypants, inc. was forged from a desire to make a difference through design. (more…)
Experimenting with form and technique, we achieve a coherent vision of functional accessories, lighting and architectural detailing. Our interest is in the inherent attributes of glass, which we infuse into the details and design of each esque object. Each piece produced is handmade to order, and is a unique, functional, collectible piece of art.
Esque evolved through the collaboration between Justin Parker and Andi Kovel. The duo has risen to international acclaim over the past 10 years, (most recently honored by Time magazine as one of the “design 100”, today’s most influential international designers) and leads the American market for hand blown, modern, functional glass works. (more…)
molo, based in Vancouver, Canada, is a design and production studio dedicated to an exploration of space making in combination with innovative experiments in manufacturing, materials and structure. The work of the molo studio balances between the realms of art, architecture and design for serial production.
molo creates unique designs in a variety of scales, from tea set to museum, for clients around the world. The design of molo products grows from Stephanie Forsythe + Todd MacAllen’s architectural explorations. They are inspired by the idea that smaller tactile objects and elements have a real potency in the physical experience of a space. Forsythe + MacAllen work back and forth between the intimate scale of furniture and small utilitarian objects, to the larger scale of buildings and landscapes. Working at a furniture scale
heightens the sense of human scale and physical experience in architecture. Conversely, furniture and product design benefits from the perspective of thinking in the larger context of place and space making.
Hands-on making has always been fundamental to Forsythe + MacAllen’s design process, and is an integral part of their ongoing exploration. Ideas pass from mind to hands to material and back again; ingraining a tactile sense of materiality, construction, space and experience. (more…)
Objeti Modern Furniture
Objeti is a Cleveland based furniture design and manufacturing company focused on creating beautiful, honest, functional objects that are environmentally conscious and made in the USA.
Objeti was founded in 2009 by Joseph Ribic (Designer) in collaboration with brother John Jr. (Production Manager) and father John Sr. (Production Engineer). The partnership brings a combination of talent and experience that enables Objeti to produce modern, precision crafted, functional furniture.
The name Objeti is a Slovenian word meaning embrace. We demonstrate the importance of this idea though our objects by inviting the user to explore and discover. (more…)