Mildred, the blanket and stool combination.
This handcrafted stool comes together with a handwoven blanket, that either can be use as a cushion or as a warming blanket. It is created and displayed at the Designtrade fair in Copenhagen, by Monique Consentino the founder of Monq.
Curiousa & Curiousa created this series of colorful lamps and got the opportunity to arrange them beautifully in multiple places.
Poly Pop Pendants
This series of lamps with its geometrically ridged architectural structure is inspired by Art Deco and early Modernists lightning. These lamps are created by Token NYC and hand blown and finished in Brooklyn.
This ladder like object is a pretty awesome multi purpose furniture, that can be set up as a coat hanger, miscellaneous holder or shelf. The concept was created by Manrico Freda.
The Link shelf
The angles in this minimalistic bookshelf make sure your books keep standing without any additional support. It’s been created by Formfreund.
A cloud like lamp made of biodegradable non-woven material so you can reshape it the way you like, to taylor make your special illuminated cloud. This awesome design is made by Erwin Zwiers and Margje Teeuwen.
Even without any content on it this shelf has an decorating edge to it, by creating the illusion of a three dimensional cube. It can be fixed to the wall in different positions so you can combine the same shelf in many different ways. The shelf is a creation of Michaela Braun and is brought to reality with the help of Lokaldesign.
This very unusual but very interesting floating bookshelf concept is inspired by weaving looms and was created by Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay from the Raw Edges Design Studio. The hight of each book can be changed to your desired hight.
A multi purpose wine holder. you can use it to carry your bottles, hang them as a rack up the wall or use it as a newspaper stand. It is available in different types of wood and was created by Mario Pagliaro for Formabilio.
A very simple and beautiful lamp, inspired by the wires that hold the cork on a champagne bottle. Designed by Giulia Agnoletto in Italy.
This lamp, made of thin wooden strips, is illuminated by LED-lamps smoothly integrated into the strips at the upper side of the cube. The lamp was created by the german design company Leuchtmanufaktur.
Nobody said a side table has to be flat. This one, created by the design studio Voigt Dietrich, is a pretty nice example.
A kit to create your own furniture made of wooden dowels and a set of copper connection parts. With the standard set developed by the Nordic Design Lab you can create at least the four items above and everything else your mind is up to.
This clay Olive Oil bottles are inspired by the shape and material of bottles which were used by the Olympic athletes 700 B.C. The designers Spytos Kyzis and Leandros Katsouris created this modern version to contain high quality and biologically produced Greek Olive Oil. They are all hand made.