Arms Up Chair Series  by Herald Ureña

Arms Up Chair Series

by Herald Ureña

Industrial Design intern Herald Ureña of Cerebrum Design in Bangkok, Thailand has created the 'Arms Up Chair Series', a triptych of chairs based around mannerisms people act out when sitting.

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Stool by Daniel Glazman

'From Improvisation to Design'

Tools and Parts by Daniel Glazman

From observations of local craftsmen, designer Daniel Glazman, formed a design practice that followed the motto from improvisation to design. Along his path Daniel has created stunning furniture that speaks of utility and function while at the same time allowing for a rich aesthetic experience.

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Dual Cut by Kitmen Keung

Dual Cut

by Kitmen Keung

Splitting a raw rectangular foam block with only two L-shaped cut lines, Dual Cut is a transformable furniture piece that employs the simplest production processes true to the materials in use with minimal wastage.

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Tomorrow is another day by Mathieu Lehanneur

Tomorrow is another day

by Mathieu Lehanneur at Carpenters Workshop Gallery


Originally intended for the Palliative Care Unit of the Diaconesses / Croix-Saint-Simon Hospital Group, Tomorrow is another day, is a weather station video which gives a clear image of tomorrow’s weather on a daily basis.

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Story Time  by Atelier NL with Laikingland

Story Time

by Atelier NL with Laikingland

Continuing with their mission to collaborate with leading designers to create kinetic design pieces Laikingland introduces their newest work Story Time by Atelier NL.

Story Time is an unconventional clock that challenges users not to tell time by hours in a day but by the stories which happen within time.

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Just a Stool by Ran Elimelech

Just a Stool

by Ran Elimelech

Inspired by the Japanese wrapping method called tsutsumu and his time as a trauma medic in the army - Ran Elimelech created these simple, yet thoughtful, stools entitled Just a Stool

Through thoughtful design these stools require no adhesives to hold them together - simple joints, wedges, cloth, and the weight of someone sitting are what make these objects become a stool.

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Tekio by by Anthony Dickens


by Anthony Dickens

Tekio is a modular lighting system designed by Anthony Dickens. Deriving its name from the Japanese word for ‘adaptation’, the design was inspired by Dickens’ travel to the Far East in 2010. The prototype takes the idea of the traditional Japanese paper ‘Cochin’ lantern into a new, design-led dimension.

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Lady Killer Vol.1 by Atelier Ted Noten with Laikingland

Lady Killer Vol.1

by Atelier Ted Noten with Laikingland

Conventionally a jewellery box is a special container for storing your prized possessions, it’s often decorated and contains several sections. Lady Killer Vol.1 is certainly a special container, it has a boxy form that houses jewellery and is adorned with carefully crafted decoration, and it even has upper and lower compartments.

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Trash Cube

designed by Nicolas Le Moigne

'Trash Cube' is a collaboration between Swiss industrial designer Nicolas Le Moigne and manufacturer Eternit. Together, using cement that would otherwise have been discarded, they have created these minimalist furniture pieces.

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Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome

Extension to Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome now open

Designed by Odile Decq Benoir Cornette

Museum of Contemporary Art

After a grand opening earlier this week, the new extension to The Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome is now officially open and highly recommended for a visit.

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Vague Chair - Ronen Kadushin

'Recent Uploads' by Ronen Kadushin

'Open Design' furniture

Designer Ronen Kadushin describes his latest collection of chairs entitled 'Recent Uploads' as "an upbeat design exploration into the opportunities Open Design presents".

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FARM:shop by Something & Son


How much food can one grow in a derlict shop?

20 Dalston Lane

Something & Son have converted 20 Dalston Lane, a derelict shop, into London's first urban farming hub - a gallery and events venue packed to the rafters with living and breathing food - literally a farm in a shop.

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Light Shower by Bruce Munro

Bruce Munro's "Light Shower" at Salisbury Cathedral

December '10 - February '11

Salisbury Cathedral filled with light yesterday, November 29 '10, when Bruce Munro's light installation was switched on to celebrate the start of Advent.

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school chair by Brothers Dressler

Designers to Watch : Brothers Dressler

A New Weekly Series

From this week, DeTnk will be highlighting designers that we feel you should know about.

The first of the series is the design pair Brothers Dressler.

Twin brothers, Jason and Lars Dressler begin their design process by focusing on craft; building upon their knowledge of materials and technique they create custom bespoke collectables by hand at their wood-shop in Toronto, Canada.

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Johnny Swing - All the King's Men

All the King's Men

October '10

244 x 137 x 68.5 cm

Materials for AP Half Dollars (3,867) and Stainless Steel super structure

"This piece is a return to asymmetrical shapes for me, after the Butterfly Chair and the Quarter Lounge. Like the Nickel Couch it is a balance of dissimilar but equal forms that coordinate to create multiple seating environments.

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