Couldn’t help snapping this fairytale-esque staircase in Alice + Olivia’s new showroom.
Contemporary Knots will showcase Italian designer Loredana Bonora’s series of crocheted furniture and domestic objects at Plusdesign gallery in the Ventura Lambrate district of Milan from September 20. Great for a quick materials inspiration trip.
This playful piece of storage is one of 10 thesis projects by third-year design students to make a special showcase presented by Italian furniture legend Giulio Cappellini, in partnership with the European Design Instutitute.
This Autumn, long-established British department store Liberty will expand its reach with the launch of its first furnishing fabrics collection entitled Jubilee 2012. The collection of high quality linens and velvets takes inspiration from archived, uniquely British Liberty designs.
Unveiled at DesignEX in Sydney, this acid-bright table is perfectly in line with our spring/summer 2013 macro trend Wonderlab. Called Disco-Volante, it’s by Simon Colabufalo.
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Japanese design firm Case-Real created this cat hammock/coffee table that places the creature centre stage. We love the seamless integration of design for pets with design for humans.
For a snapshot of the biggest interiors trends right now, take a look at German designer Sebastian Herkner’s new pieces for Italian tastemakers Moroso. The Coat armchair uses draped upholstery and an emphasised ombre colour fade, while the Bask storage pieces mix a wireframe structure with hand-woven basketry.
See more images over at Design Milk.
This is the Brogue table by G&T, a new British furniture brand co-founded by Bethan Gray (who served as Habitat’s head of furniture up until 2008). It’s designed to age as well as a classic pair of brogues, hence the name - and the wax-thread stitched trim.
Clerkenwell Design Week has taken over the beautiful historic buildings and grounds of the Order of St John this year, presenting a series of limited edition furniture and design pieces in its spectacular surroundings.
Shown above is design research centre Fabrica’s underground exhibition, and a shot of the gilded main hall.
This sheet glass table is shot through with lines of colour which weave into each other as you walk around it. Called the Crossing Table, it was designed by Patricia Urquiola for Glas Italia and launched at Milan Design Week last month.