Rotterdam-based industrial designer patrick hartog prioritzes the handmade in his products. the ‘cable light’ draws from the knot-tying
techniques on mooring bollards and the craft of ceramics and slip casting. multi-colored or patterned cables enliven the simple, cast form while
making the fixture highly customizable.
The Lightbracket is a clever and playful solution for a shelf bracket and under shelf light combined into one. The bracket is made from cold rolled steel and powder coated in glossy white. Perfect for supporting a shelf above a counter, desk, or bed with the added benefit of illuminating the space below. It can also be used as a simple wall sconce. The braided, nylon cords come in six vibrant colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and white. . Available for purchase through our online shop. Made in the USA.
TINY 140 SQUARE FOOT TACK HOME BUILT BY HAND
The itty bitty homes that we tend to feature on Inthralld are some of the most daring, daunting and ultimately exciting to see. So when it’s tiny and built entirely by hand (with more than 800 hours put into the mix) you’d better believe it gets a whole lot of extra attention.
February 22nd, 2013 – The GROWLER City Bike was created with the design lover, recreational urban rider, and local pub in mind. Industrial designer Joey Ruiter, Founder and design lead of jruiter + studio, has a soft spot for people who opt to cycle instead of drive. Riders have needs too, and one of those needs is transporting their beverages. Now, we’re not condoning drinking alcoholic beverages and cycling, but we are condoning functional and easily accessible bicycle storage…
The BUM stool is a travel seat especially designed and made by BAGGU andUM Project for Reclaim x2. All proceeds of this sale will go to the Brooklyn Recovery Fund for local Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
The piece is made of a duotone lacquered maple base, stainless steel hardware, a natural color canvas top and a brightly-colored shoulder strap matching the leg “sockets.” The name of the piece comes from a fun and not-so-serious co-branding exercise between BAGGU and UM, as well as a playful nod to form and function. Photographs by Francis Dzikowski/ Esto.
Stick-lets™ Natural Imagination: Reconnecting Urban Children with Nature
Stick-lets™ can help get kids back outside, away from the screen and into the world, where they create stimulating and imaginative experiences. They are designed as a prompt for children to discover nature existing around them. By engaging with this toy, they become aware of a resourceful and renewable element, the stick. Children can feel a sense of accomplishment by scavenging sticks and constructing forts, but Stick-lets™ also provide opportunities for problem-solving, teamwork, imaginative play, and hands-on learning.
Images and text courtesy by kazakia design, llc
All rights reserved. stick-lets™ is a patent pending design.
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The Future Kitchen was part of the “Ventura Lambate Warehouse” exhibition during the Salone del Mobile 09th -14th April 2013 in Milan.
The Future Kitchen is a full functional object for daily use. Its colorful surface and rounded shapes playing with the dimension of usual interior. The unique appearance of the artwork changes the setting of the viewer to other utilitarian objects.
A usable sculpture that is flexible movable an anywhere usable.
The playful character negates the minimalism and the form follows function principle.
„More than a pantry and much more than the Frankfurt Kitchen:
Simply the future.“
Images and text courtesy by FABIAN FREYTAG studio for architecture & design
Unique brushes made of branshes and natural fibres.
Full size 5 burner stove
The Pillow Seat is designed to minimize parts and material. It exists out of only three pieces held together by one strap. The goal was to step away from sofas as we know them towards a new transforming design.
The Ministry of Mass is a collective of makers founded in
2012 to provide comments, criticism and reﬂection on our
current practices as a producing and consuming culture.
In a society that is increasingly individualistic and where the massive use of technology … continua
Private Box design by Nata Janberidze e Keti Toloraia
More than often, the functions inside a bathroom are designed to separate the
“wet space” (the sink area) from the “dry space” (the vanity area where you groom
yourself and change clothes). However, if we delve deeper into people’s daily routines,
they often overlap the functions of these two spaces. For example, women who have
to apply make up in the morning have to switch back and forth from their vanity area to
the sink area to wash their make-up brushes on an everyday basis.
Images and text courtesy by thinkkstudio
Michael Randall launches ‘Modern Coppice Products’
Coppice Stool #1
Michael Randall launches his Coppice Stool … continua
Do you remember the Italian designer Antonio Aricò?
Here’s another piece of poetry applied to the design, as always, simple, natural, smart and funny.
Taste of Wood is a funny eulogy to olive
oil, to olive wood, to wooden furniture and
has for background the artisanal
techniques used to finish and preserve it.
As we all know, Olive oil can be used as well to
polish of the olive wood.
When you are sitting under an olive tree you
can dream about tasting some really good
Calabrese olive oil but not only! You can
also start thinking about your furniture and
start polishing them with passion.
A little tea spoon, a soft sponge,
an oil dispenser… a tender family
of products dedicated to serve olive oil,
to you, your table or your chair.
The collection Taste of Wood plays on
the theme “eatable materials” but without
loosing the essential ideas of utility
and quality in all the products.
Text and image courtesy of Antonio Aricò
The iconice brand Polaroid is back with the Z2300 Instant Digital Camera, a 10 megapixel printer cam that produces 2 x 3-inch prints that are also stickers in about 30-45 seconds.
It’s not quite as quick as the Polaroids of old, but at least you don’t have to shake em.
The Z2300 comes in white and black, both with a thin rainbow decal across the front and large red shutter button that plays on its retro roots.
The paper pops out from a slot on the right hand side, while the left is home to the mini-USB port, power jack and a switch for landscape and macro mode. The controls around back, next to the LCD viewfinder, are pretty standard.