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Knotty by Kumeko


Knotty is a floor cushion with a plaited upholstery designed by Kumeko, a design studio based in Prague, Czech Republic. Available in two sizes it is inspired by old weaving, knotting and basket-making techniques. Made from soft jersey tubes stuffed with highly resilient foam, and a lining that is filled with polystyrene balls, the cushion adjusts nicely and molds to your body making it extra comfortable. Via:designmilk


Catch David Saunders at The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair Today .

David David Glass Hill Chair*

David Saunders and his label DavidDavid will be taking part in this year’s Fair. The British-based designer is recognised for his splashed tees with his well-known moniker of broad colourful brushstrokes. David started his career assisting the likes of Tracey Emin. He’s also in the current design exhibition at the V&A. Despoke Caught up with David Saunders just as he was getting ready for The Vauxhall Art Car Boot fair
to ask a few questions about being an artist;

1.If you weren’t an artist, what else would you be?

Well as we are in the realms of fantasy i would be a lion tamer and
circus acrobat who travelled the world and the seven seas.

2. Can you tell us more about your work and what are the main ideas
you would like to express?

David David is about Print. many products can be a vehicle for my
print whether its fashion, interiors, its about enjoying pattern, im
not sure what im trying to express, i just put things out there that i
enjoy making and hope other people appreciate it, its worked so far.

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Anglepoise – UK launch: Original Range Clerkenwell Design Week 2012

Anglepoise has been enjoying a renaissance since employing legendary designer Kenneth Grange as Creative Director. The 80-year old company is set to showcase an exciting new collection of fixed Anglepoise desk and floor standing lamps, chrome plated and finished in an attractive range of colours.
You Can see Anglepoise at Clerkenwell Design Week in The Farmiloe Building.

For over 70 years, Anglepoise has created table lamps and table lights that are now British design classics. In that time, we have redefined all a table lamp has been and can be. Our table lamps remain true to George Carwardine’s original design whilst incorporating modern features, such as energy saving bulbs. Our energy saving lamps are designed to replicate the intensity of light that is demanded by professionals, such as graphic artists and interior designers.We are currently celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Anglepoise Original 1227, just one of our various famous ranges which include the Type3, Type1228 and Type 75

Deadgood launching a good few products at Clerkenwell 2012

Ribbon by Nick Rawcliffe

Deadgood Will be launching a good few products at Clerkenwell Design Week 2012 – including Ribbon by Nick Rawcliffe, Working Girl Table by David Irwin and Laptop Table, Cork Tables and Loved Up all designed in house by the Deadgood Studio.

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Anthony Dickens – world launch: Tekio Clerkenwell Design week 2012

Tekio is a modular lighting system inspired after Dickens’ travels to the Far East. Paper lanterns were invented in China and used extensively at festivals in Japan. The American-Japanese designer Isamu Noguchi is credited with bringing them to the attention of the West in the 1930s. Taking the idea of the traditional Japanese paper lantern into a new, design-led dimension, Tekio’s innovation lies in its flexibility: inside each paper tube is a frame that can be bent from straight to 90° and locked into any desired shape. You Can see Anthony Dickens at Clerkenwell Design week in the Farmiloe Building 22-24 May 2012.

Bark Furniture Blog Day THREE.

Although we have exhibited at Clerkenwell Design Week before, this is the first time we have had a stand in the Farmiloe Building. And the contrast between here and the House of Detention (where we were last year) couldn’t be greater. Last year we nearly killed ourselves carrying eight huge pieces of furniture and their respective stands down 300-year old, narrow, winding staircases into a damp crypt. This year our space is at ground level and just yards from where we were able to park the van. Yay!
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Aether Apparel x Environment Beach Folding Chairs and Table

Just in time for summer, LA’s Aether Apparel and furniture designer Environment have teamed up to produce a pair of beach folding chairs and a matching table. Crafted out of repurposed ash hardwood, the pieces feature corrosion-resistant hinges and stainless steel hardware while the chairs feature backing fabric reclaimed from old army tents. Available in black and able to be folded down and stored and transported in an accompanying travel bag.

Konstantin Grcic Medici Chair


Mattiazzi make furniture in wood, using both traditional means of production and the newest digital production technologies. Medici is a low chair with a comfortably reclined posture. Its generous dimensions give it an embracing confidence. It is produced in three different woods: American walnut, Douglas fir, and thermo-treated ash.

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Richard Hutten: apps sofa for Artifort


Dutch designer Richard Hutten has translated an icon of the digital age into a three-dimentional furniture seat entitled ‘apps’ for Dutch manufacturer Artifort.
Structured on an internal wooden frame, a thick layer of foam is integrated with the use of webbing, ensuring comfort and durability. The textured fabric and two-tone combination adds dimension to the design. Via: DesignBoom

Issey Miyake ‘in-ei’ Lampshades

Check the ‘in-ei’ collection of environmentally-minded, foldable lampshades developed by Issey Miyake for Italian lighting firm Artemide.

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Droog For Rent.


In the historical centre of Gent, Droog and Sofie Lachaert have launched Droog for Rent. Upstairs from the Sofie Lachaert Gallery, Droog re-designed a studio and a flat for 2 in which you can find a “restaurant”, “lobby”, “gym” and a “library” all fully equipped with Droog products.

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Steps by Kohdai Iwamoto.




Design Soil is a project from the product design department at Kobe Design University in Japan. The project re-evaluates design practices and lets young designers create at their own pace, much like plants growing in soil. “epilogue – prologue” is their latest project of nine designs in which they not only think about the beginning of an idea but they also consider the end product .

Above you can see Steps by Kohdai Iwamoto a bench for a parent and child that can be used as the child grows. See More Info and images over at :Design Milk

Herman Miller Outdoor Collection 2012


Well known for its longstanding contemporary furniture design, the latest Herman Miller collection for The USA takes shape with an outdoor-geared range of seating and tables.

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Kirath Ghundoo The Mismatch Wallpaper Collection.


Kirath Ghundoo introduces one design in three colour ways, Sharon, Kiwi and Chilli. The collection draws inspiration from travels and encounters around Asia and the sumptuous colour palettes transpire from the exotic fruit empire!
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Vitra + G-Star RAW collaboration


The collaboration between denim giants G-Star RAW and furniture manufacturer Vitra continues with a new series of Prouvé RAW tables and chairs. Billed as a “respectful reinterpretation of furniture pieces originally designed by French modernist Jean Prouvé,” the angular collection will be on display in Vitra’s shop in New York’s meatpacking district.

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