Posts tagged 'table'

Get cosy in Kokoro, a modular system for any environment

Manerba’s Kokoro system fuses acoustic privacy with minimalist aesthetics Designed by Federica Biasi, the Kokoro system by Manerba of alcoves, sofas, tables and coffee tables


Note Design Studio’s new collection explores the negative space of design

Created in collaboration with Spanish furniture brand Sancal, this collection gives form to the concept of emptiness Rather than a design brief leading the direction

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LOEHR’s new collection brings playful colour to functional furniture

Expanding its range of accent tones and upholstery, LOEHR is exploring the value of colour in an office setting. For its summer collection for 2020,

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Hamran’s Under collection highlights the natural qualities of timber

Housed in a partially submerged concrete building designed by the Oslo-based international architects Snøhetta, Under is Europe’s first underwater restaurant.  The Under collection includes chairs,


Prime Cut: Joyce Wang’s Rare Table Collection

Joyce Wang, president of her eponymous studio, says that in her design work she aims to create environments that reinvent traditions and sculpt narratives, all


James Burleigh’s Bosa stand-up table

Following demand for a taller version of his Bosa table, James Burleigh has introduced a ‘stand-up’ counterpart to the original design. The laminate top is


Profile: Nathan Yong

Singapore’s rising star talks to onoffice about his new label, Folks, and why nature is never far from his work Nathan Yong grew up in

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Goldberger by Tervhivatal

Hungarian architecture and design practice Tervhivatal shredded the open-plan set up, added some square steel boxes and created an office-cum-nightclub for a Budapest advertising and

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Carbon emission cutting gets serious

The new mandatory emissions trading scheme is giving carbon cutting a clear place on company agendas, Rachel Calton discovers With academics pulling the plug on


Profile: design workshop Campaign

Low overheads have led to creative highs for design workshop Campaign If you spy a spray-painted pigeon or a shrink-wrapped bicycle around Brick Lane or



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