> posted by   on August 19th 2015


The modern language of design is characterised by openness of structure. The engineers make all efforts to design the structure of items in such a way that they look aesthetical, at the same time using the smallest possible quantity of materials to manufacture them. This results in the emergence of openwork items, resembling projections in descriptive geometry. They are usually produced with natural materials, which can be easily recovered or used again in production. If you look at the design, it is very simple and straightforward. Such objects are a sight for sore eyes. A stool looks like a stool, and a lamp looks like a lamp. No oddities, no poorly understood design – just a product which looks almost the same as it did upon its first creation. Such a sight truly is delightful, since the items are carefully crafted, and the structures are well thought-out. Without overuses of details and hysterical forms.


Above: Bolon

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Above: De Castelli



Above: Design by Jakob Jørgensen in cooperation with Line Depping for Mindcraft 15

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Above: The Frame Chair designed by studio Notion

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ABOVE: Mod. nr 1-5 Cooking Set Made In Switzerland. Design by Shay Assaf and Damian Schneider

Lily sofa by Michael Sodeau (cutout 3rd)

Above: Sofa LILY, design by Michael Sodean (Modus)


Above: SHARKY, Wood Base (Kristalia)

Caravaggio Wall Black - for power outlet

Above: Lamp CARAVAGGIO (Lightyears)


Above: The Alfi Collection by Jasper Morrison (EMECO)


Above: Bolon


Above: Chair design by Ronan&ErwanBouroullec

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Above: Riviera Table and Chairs_ Decastelli


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