Filed under: furniture, storage | Tags: bookcase, interior design, shelving, staircase, storage
Whhhaatt?? Give me.
Filed under: furniture | Tags: coffee table, furniture, storage, table, wonk
It looks like what the pictures suggest. However I’d like to add that it’s totally rad in person because it utilizes slow traveling hinges, preventing the “doors” from slamming shut. And I do mean slow; if you let it go from the top of the open position it takes about 4-5 seconds to close. I hope the warranty is good because I can see people opening closing the compartments non-stop. I know I would.
$650 and available directly from Wonk
I can’t tell exactly how functional this is, but it sure looks cool.
Straight from the designer’s mouth:
“In the future space becomes more desirable, because the big apartmentbuildings are taking over the normal 1, 2 or 3 level houses. It’s more efficient because you will need less square meters to house people. therefore the focus for the future is on height and not in width. But current storage furniture is designed for average humans with a length of approx. 1.8 meters so everything is reachable. So to be efficient also our furniture needs to grow in height in stead of width. This StairCASE is the result of these facts.”
Filed under: furniture, storage | Tags: brooklyn design, furniture, storage
Fishbol official website
This graceful modular storage system can be configured in endless combinations. Each beveled unit has the versatility to be combined with others and the integrity to stand alone.
Totally modular dude.
Council official web site
Got a lot of stuff? Can’t remember where you put the power cord for that mobile phone you never use? Well designer Pietro Arosio for EmmeBi has your number. He just might be one of the first designers to think of something so obvious it makes my brain ache. He put numbers on these lovely drawer designs, making finding your stuff that much easier. That’s it! Numbers! Genius.
Great idea but I think the typeface chosen for the numbers are bleggh.
Laser cut polypropylene shell that is hand stitched over a cardboard frame. Pretty neat! Reminds me of the pegboard’n'cable tie shelves featured in Readymade Mag.(picture below)
David Knott official website