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Furniture: colourful modular seating

French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance has created a collection of lozenge-shaped seats for American brand Bernhardt Design, intended to break up large public spaces like lobbies and lounges. Named Colours, the brightly coloured seats come in 12 slightly differing shapes, with faceted and rounded edges. They can be used individually or connected to divide large public areas into smaller […] Read more

Sustainable furniture: 100% recyclable, biodegradable glacier table and stool

Within the depths of Alaska’s Mendenhall glacier, flowing water rolls gently over the barren ground. As temperature rises from the surface, it impacts the glacier roof, causing surreal, spontaneous cave structures. The interior is a microcosm, representing the infinitely turning water-cycle. Though beautiful, the phenomenon is a troubling reminder that day by day, the glacier […] Read more

Vitra Workspace opens in a Gehry factory building

London architect Pernilla Ohrstedt and Los Angeles designer Jonathan Olivares have collaborated on a new office furniture showroom at the Vitra headquarters. The Vitra Workspace occupies 1,700 square metres on the renovated second floor of Frank Gehry’s 1989 production hall at the Vitra Campus at Weil am Rhein in Germany. Ohrstedt and Olivares worked together to renovate the space, creating […] Read more

Furniture: Clément Brazille revamps Bertoia’s side chair

The ‘Bertoia loom chair’ is a reinterpretation of creations by Italian-born American designer Harry Bertoia. Created by Clément Brazille, the seats are dressed in soft, woven corduroy fabric  — enabling each to be unique and customizable. The plush textile, accompanied by the chairs simple forms are both inviting and comfortable. ‘Bertoia loom chair’ is an […] Read more

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