The world still sits on the risk of a nuclear war, even though the shadow of the Cold War might have gone away. Mushroom Lamp by designers h220430 seeks to bring people attention to the subject of the still looming threat, hoping that awareness would help reduce the imminent threat. This does not really seem like an ideal approach, considering the lamp would appear more like a trophy, rather than an actual incentive to world peace.
Sea-life inspired pendant lamps by California based designer Roxy Russell take their laser-cut mylar material to a shape that looks much like Jellyfish. The Medusae collection has a lot of different forms to show, each in some way similar to the tentacled fish of the sea. Someone should probably look at Cthulhu now, we don’t want him to feel left out.
This chair is a concept that artist Cory Barkman has been working on. While the appearance of the chair gives an impression that it would be a rocking chair with an unstable base, it actually is a fixed chair that has been secured properly to a 3/8-inch steel base plate. The seat itself has been covered in Brazilian cow hide, while the back of the chair and the pillow wear leather.
Commissioned by Studio Job, the Eiffel Tower lamp is made out of patinated bronze, with a polished bronze lampshade.
Ever since Pixar made the house fly with balloons in Up, flying things via balloons has almost become a legitimate past time; and we’re not complaining. The coffee table by Christopher Duffy has a twist on the theme though, rather than having the balloons pull the coffee table, the balloons here lift the glass surface of the coffee table right into position.
Canadian creative studio Joe Jin Design Company has designed this attractive rug that looks much like a piece of landscape from a garden. The rug conceals a fastening system that allows the Daisies to be added/removed/arranged at 84 different locations around the rug. If the real product looks anywhere near as good as the one in the image, and it is comfortable to sit at, we’ll say this rug is a keeper.
It sits looking just like the average shipping container nobody would look twice at. Plain old stuff, with nothing really remarkable. That’s until the designer/architect Adam Kalkin pushes a button and sends the container to life, sprouting five rooms in the 8-feet wide and 20-feet long house.
Frank Lamp has a cheerful design that would make you adore its pet dog-like stance. The design by Thai company Pana Objects is quite simple; it’s a box with four legs. It is the finishing and the play on the viewer’s imagination that make the lamp look like much more than what it actually is.
Designed by Jinhyun Jeon, the Sensorial Stimuli cutlery intends to make things taste and feel better, by giving them a form and shape that would look more appealing. It is a departure from conventional tableware, and intends to “stretch the borders of what tableware can do.”