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3D-Printed Walls by Bryuman François and Sonia Laugier

Bryuman François in collaboration with Sonia Laugier demonstrated their 3D-Printed Habitat Custom Furnishings in exhibitions Imm Cologne and Maison & Objet. The unique innovative product is the modular walls with polygonal texture (3D-prints). Very convenient especially for the limited spaces, it can be solving for many problems. Modular system includes bedroom, shower and dressing room simultaneously. The partitions are mobile and can be transformed into more complex shapes. Some useful accessories, such as sockets, shelves, coat hooks and others, are integrated into the walls. You can read mor in in-flexions.
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Wonderful and unique surface of wood by MammaFotogramma

Wonderful and unique fabric of wood was created and patented by Italian design firm MammaFotogramma. The name of the fantastic surface is a Woodskin that reflects the ability of material to show the dual nature. It looks like a wood and it is a wood, but at the same time it is flexible and can be molded into almost any intricate shape. The manufacture involves ‘the process of excavation with a CNC cutting machine’. As a result we can see a composite mesh of small triangles. The advantage of using the Woodskin is great and most significant is the use in furniture and interior design.
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The Double View Bench by Chloe De La Chaise

This nice two-seater bench was designed by French firm Chloe De La Chaise. A wonderful opportunity to rock is added by the favorable feature of allowing a pair to sit side by side or face to face. The backrests of the seats can be pivoted back and forth as the users wish at a particular moment of time. The Double View Bench is made of sustainably harvested materials – different types of wood, including chestnut (chataigner), oak (chene), robinia-acacia (robinia) and moabi. The bench will be perfect especially for limited spaces because of its small dimensions. For more information, visit Outdoorz Gallery.
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The Botel for Exploring the Beautiful Surroundings of the Adriatic Sea

In almost all respects, it is a concept of an ordinary hotel; as others it is equipped with all of the expected amenities, including reservations desks, restaurant, cafe, bar, nightclub, rooftop terrace and swimming pool. The main difference is the autonomous room modules, which are equipped with solar power collectors and navigating global systems, allowing traveling around the Adriatic Sea and then return to the core structure. The main idea of Ivan Filipovic – the author of the project – is to let people to explore the beautiful surroundings of the Adriatic Sea with its thousands of islands at the same time being in different physical contexts. This kind of navigable hotels, so called ‘Botels’ (boat and hotel) is usually very popular for tourists, but this one with unique and extremely exciting feature will be especially alluring.
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‘Halo Lamp’ Reflecting Patterned Light by DesignQ

This lamp with a funny name ‘Halo lamp’ and apparently with an unattractive appearance, in fact, is a challenging mechanism with stunning effect – a projection of the ring of light on the ceiling. The lamp is designed by designQ, who invented the construction with a ring shaped mirror inside of the lamp, which reflects the light from the light bulb. So ‘Halo lamp’ illuminates not only the space under it, but also the ceiling. Moreover, by covering the mirror in any shape you want, the corresponding patterns will be reflected. The lamp will be perfect for the rooms of clubs, pubs, cafe and small shops.
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“Forms in Nature” Lamp, Casting Unusual Shadows, by Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz

Two artists, Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz, have designed an unusual chandelier, the main idea of which is not light but shade. “Forms in Nature” lamp has such a complicated spherical structure that casts beautiful realistic shadows of the branches and trees onto the walls, floor and ceiling. The picture varies with a changing of the intensity of the light. The shadows from the dark and scary slowly turn into the soft and flickering. The project is still in development and will be released this year. Thus, soon you will have a great opportunity to make your room a magic fairy forest.
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‘Lightbracked’ Shelving System with Lighting Unit by Alexandra Burr and Allen Slamic

Brooklyn-based (New York) designers Alexandra Burr and Allen Slamic have proposed a nice and interesting solution for a shelf. Steel shelving bracket in powder-coated white, called Lightbracked, has an integral lighting unit with cords in eight bright colors: orange, yellow, green, red, blue, purple, white and black. The shelving has a dual functionality as a shelf and as a lighting system to illuminate the space below it. Lightbracked will be perfect for a place above the desk, bed or a counter. Attractive and stylish it is especially suitable for the room for the young people.
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Bookshelf of Flexible Design by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn

For those who are fond of unusual design solutions, this bookshelf by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn will be very interesting. First, it has some engineering idea in its construction, and, secondly, it looks very original. Thanks to its flexible design, the shelf can be easily modified, acquiring new sophisticated forms and giving the interior a new look. Objects of different shapes and sizes can be stored there securely fastened by the shelves themselves. Metal collars on the ends of the shelf hold the wooden planks together and allow them to put forward to a greater or lesser extent.
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