Archive for October, 2008

Origami Chair

Designed by  Oslo-based designer So Takahashi, The chair is made from folded, powder-coated sheet metal.


85 Lamps

Designed by Rody Graumans, this lamp uses only what is necessary to create light: bulbs, wires, connectors. By multiplying these essential elements an opulent chandelier is created. Less and more are united in a single product.

Super Kingdom

SUPER KINGDOM can be viewed as a social engineering experiment for animals – a new community in the making referencing despot’s palaces, gated community developments such as Alphaville in Brazil and the fortified exclusivity afforded to the wealthy and super-rich – all designed to keep urban reality at bay.

London Fieldworks propose SUPER KINGDOM as a series of site-specific interventions within the ancient woodland environment of Kings Wood, Challock in SE Kent for exhibition in autumn 2008 and will include the construction of show homes for animals. The show homes will be available for animal occupancy and will also function as a film set for a new video and animation work to be shot over winter 2008/9 for exhibition in spring 2009.

SUPER KINGDOM is a Stour Valley Arts commission supported by Arts Council England, Henry Moore Foundation, Arts and Humanities Research Council and London Southbank University in collaboration with Consarc architects, Webb Yates Engineers and Setsquare Staging Limited.


Created by Canadian designer Brent Comber, Shattered is a very adaptable collection, lengthening or widening as required. Its flexibility makes it ideal for merchandise display.

Shattered features logs which have been clumped together and cut into geometric forms. This creates an effect that resembles shattered glass or ice.


Black Stool

A black stool made of anodized aluminium rods by Forrest Myers.



A lamp that’s hanging on for dear life.



The two multi-functional home and office objects was designed by Helsinki-based designer Lincoln Kayiwa. Is it a reef? Is it a symbiote? No, it’s EEMELI! You may just plain admire it or place flowers in it. This baby comes in black or white porcelain and glass.