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Dorna Table. | Miguel Leiro.

Miguel Leiro's Dorna Table is more than a table, it is a metaphor. Made from wood unfit for industrial use, the Dorna Table symbolizes the unwanted finding supporting among the unwanted—the very cataclysmal phenomena of subculture....
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Ruined. | Andrew Wagner.

Ruined, an eye-catching furniture series by Andrew Wagner, uses a striking aesthetic to address the concept of decay. Its abstract construction resembles broken geometry. The two pieces are made from painted poplar and birch wood. Wagner then furthered the...
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Saw Horse Desk. | Hedge House.

When it comes to maintaining a workspace it is best to keep it simple—and nothing is more simple than Hedge House's Saw Horse Desk. The desk is made from solid white oak and finished with Watco Danish Oil. It also has very little places to hide your...
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Duffy London. | The Abyss Table.

Exploring the concept of depth, The Abyss Table by Christopher Duffy has a topographic allure that is outright entrancing. With the help of his team at Duffy London, Duffy crafted a table that resembles a majestic ocean floor. The Abyss Table is made from...
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Hammock. | Koichi Futatsumata.

Finally, a reason for cat to stay on the furniture. The Hammock table by Koichi Futatsumata is a fine example of conceptual coexistence. Its inviting hammock undercarriage clashes with the protective glass ceiling, creating a beautiful contradiction in the...
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Jesse Visser. | HAROLD Cabinet.

Let's face it, the Victorian Era isn't making a comeback anytime soon, and with the minimal space in some apartments, people have little use for large, gaudy furniture. Thankfully, interior designer Jesse Visser has crafted the HAROLD Cabinet, a minimalistic...
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Maarten Baas. | Smoke.

Implementing what looks to be the shou sugi ban method, Maarten Baas' Smoke certainly survives the fire. Each piece, having been previously set ablaze, possess a resilient allure. The concept almost relates to the human condition, even through the fire...
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It’s Okay. It’s Procedure.

This collection of dinnerware may look like a series of crude, fetishized illustrations, but the issues that it addresses are far more dire and alarming than sadism. In Procedure Room, Nikita Kadan applies medical dictionary-style illustrations of torture...
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No Accident.

Pleasantly cartoonish, but fully functional, the Oops! Cabinet is quite the conversational piece. Designed and created by Judson Beaumont of Straight Line Designs, the Oops! Cabinet looks as if it survived a Looney Tunes mishap. The Straight Line Designs...
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Giacomo Moor. | Metropolis.

Consisting of a coffee table, a desk, a wardrobe, a console , a bookcase, and a vertical and horizontal wall unit, Giacomo Moor's Metropolis is an ideal collection for any minimalist dwelling. Moor accents the elegant geometric structure of the pieces with...
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La Malconttenta. | My Jungle.

This latest collection from La Malconttenta sees a shift in aesthetics and functionality. My Jungle is a compilation of bright colors and primal patterns.  My Jungle also looks to be La Malconttenta's first foray into jewelry making. La Malconttenta is...
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Ruckstuhl. | Pannello Tavola.

Noisy neighbor at the office? The Pannello Tavola, an acoustic panel by Ruckstuhl, is a great way to create some much needed quiet.  Made from 100% wool felt, the Pannello Tavola is easy to install and comes in a wide variety of colors. Courtesy of...
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UHURU |x| Shou Sugi Ban.

We just caught wind that Brooklyn design + build furniture company UHURU has been experimenting with the centuries-old Japanese technique of shou sugi ban. Roughly translated to “burnt cedar boards,” shou sugi ban is an exterior siding technique that...
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A Carpet of Many Labels.

Life isn't about labels... except when it comes to the Jeans Label carpet. The folks at Kings of Sweden uses the unique piece to pay homage to the concept of recycling. Made from various jean labels, the carpet is a great creative effort that gives discarded...
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Fluid Furnishing.

Furniture or optical illusion? The Liquid Glacial Table by Zaha Hadid looks to be both. Made from polished plexiglass, the Liquid Glacial Table gives the appearance of funneling water that has been frozen in place. It is a stark contrast to the usual...
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A Stripper.

Usually an idle tree branch is used for a nature walk or an impromptu sword fight, but Studio Floris Wubben had a even clever and even more ingenious idea. Stripped is made out of one branch only, which is split into three parts beneath--which makes the...
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Giving That Hardwood.

Having hardwood floors gives your living space a modern look but for those who live in urban areas, apartments with hardwood floors are scarce. The option of installing them on your own is just too expensive and most landlords will not allow it. SPONSORED...
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Your Very Own Colleen.

With the spring fast approaching, a little spring cleaning and environmental rearranging will be in order. We stopped by to check on the folks at Phloem Studio and noticed the Colleen Endtable. Simple and well built, the Colleen Endtable is a minimalist's...