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Build is a modular furniture system that comprises odd-shaped blocks that can be combined ...

Buying furniture usually means you're stuck with it for many years, until it either needs replacing or you can justify the cost of updating it with something newer. One simple way of changing things up is to buy modular furniture that can configured in a number of different ways. If chosen well this kind of purchase can last not only the ravages of time but also adapt to an individual's changing tastes and style. Which is where Build, a modular honeycomb-like furniture system, comes in.  Read More

Joe Levy's SpoolStool

Here's rather a fetching piece of furniture design. SpoolStool, by New Zealand industrial design student Joe Levy, is something of a mashup of a stool and an extension cable.  Read More

Trinity Hammocks allow you to relax and socialize at the same time, with three hammocks bu...

Taking the time to escape from the pressures of work and the stresses associated with modern living is of the utmost importance to our health. A perfect way of relaxing is lounging in a hammock on a hot summer's day. However, good company is just as important to our well-being. Trinity Hammocks allows people to combine the two.  Read More

Splinter Works' Vessel is an unusual bathtub constructed from a carbon fiber weave

If you asked people to name the most relaxing pieces of furniture they can think of, you'd probably have quite a few mentioning hammocks and bathtubs. So you might think that combining the two into one item should yield an exceptionally relaxing experience. That's just what UK-based design group Splinter Works is aiming for with its latest piece. Called the Vessel, it is a sleek-looking bathtub that is suspended in the air like a hammock.  Read More

Tetra-Shed putting in a welcome appearance at this year's Clerkenwell Design Week (Photo: ...

A patch of central London is festooned with pink this week, which can only mean Clerkenwell Design Week is in session once more. Lovely old buildings such as the Farmiloe Building, House of Detention and the Museum of the Order of St. John have opened their doors to designers and design enthusiasts on the lookout for inspiration. Armed with a camera, Gizmag went exploring, and was pleased to see one or two favorites among the novelties.  Read More

Freedom Room is seen as a viable modular low-cost living space, suitable for implementatio...

Located within Spoleto’s high security prison is an inmate carpentry workshop which produces furniture for other prisons throughout Italy. Artist collective Cibic Workshop joined forces with co-operative organization Comodo in order to task these talented carpenters with the creation of Freedom Room: a flexible and low-cost micro-living module concept that could be employed as a tiny dwelling, social housing solution, hostel, or perhaps even a more comfortable prison cell.  Read More

Canvas, by YOY design studio, is a set of furniture disguised as 2D works of art

All those who regularly entertain guests in their homes will have surely encountered the problem of never having enough seating to accommodate everybody present. There is no easy way around the problem, other than keeping a stock of extra chairs that can be retrieved and arranged as the need arises. But where to store these additional seats? How about hanging them on the wall as works of art ...  Read More

Italian designer Andrea Scandella has created an open source series of DIY furniture piece...

Italian designer, Andrea Scandella has created an open source series of DIY furniture pieces made from disused pallets. With a passion for designing furniture that incorporates eco-sustainability and the use of recycled materials, Scandella is offering his deigns free to the public.  Read More

Studio Nuy van Noort has designed a foldable chair made from 100 percent recycled and recy...

Inspired by the challenge to create sustainable and economical furniture pieces which possess a multitude of uses, Dutch Studio Nuy van Noort has designed a foldable chair made from 100 percent recycled and recyclable materials.  Read More

The London Design Museum has announced that the website GOV.UK has won the Design Museum D...

The London Design Museum has announced that the redesigned UK government website GOV.UK has won the Design of the Year Award 2013. The site was chosen as the overall winner of the annual awards from the seven category winners that were announced last week. The new UK government website has been rationalized from a number of websites into a one-stop shop with a new typeface and a refined, highly accessible user experience.  Read More

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