The Fauna lamp by MID can change shape over time and become an integral part of the home ecosystem. It can adapt to its surroundings, and one can find it hanging from a ledge or quietly resting in a niche. It has bones of copper and skin of wire; it can stretch up to bring […]
Since it is our intention to support creativity and beauty, HomeWorldDesign presents in DESIGN category items of furniture with a high degree of originality and functionality. Cabinets, tables, chairs and other furniture with a classic, traditional design or a very futuristic design are all found in this category. Furniture of the most diverse, highly versatile, made from a variety of materials, with a vast cultural color pattern will be presented here for those who love Beauty. You will know and you will be able to inspire yourself from the creations of the most respected designers in the world.
For the first time the handmade unique pieces – Sea Anemones – by the German artist Pia-Maria Raeder will be presented during the PAD London to an international audience. From simple beech rods patiently sanded, cut, arranged and lacquered, Pia Maria Raeder designs refined functional sculptures which evoke biomorphic forms. Each work is unique and […]
Illa is designed to facilitate interaction between family members by playing, relaxing and during everyday child care. Designed with longevity and flexibility in mind, the crib, with two point adjustable mattress height, converts into a toddler bed that can be used as seating, well beyond the nursery years. The low table has multiple uses as […]
Midcentury modern style is a growing trend, but most people don’t want to live in a home that looks like a time capsule, so you don’t need too much, some few appointments will be enough. Midcentury furniture pieces are characterized by their clean, simple lines like Essential Home’s Dandy sideboard, a walnut and brass piece […]
Traditionally mechanical bank vaults are beautifully designed and engineered. However their function demands that their mechanisms are concealed. Designed by Scott Jarvie, the Safe Cabinet explores the semiotic cues associated with our perception of value. Inspired by the whimsy and fantasy of popular culture the Safe Cabinet aspires to be an object of value as well […]
Japanese culture has become the main actor in Cersaie, The International Salon of Ceramics for the Arquitecture and Bath that is being celebrated until September 30th, thanks to Peronda Group and its new concept stand designed by Empaperart, in which the tile firm has presented its novelties in the 15 E8 F7 Hall of the […]