Creating furniture and lighting from Mushroom Mycelium

Petr Krejci Photography

Bulgarian designer and researcher Ninela Ivanova and British deigner Sebastian Cox have teamed to create something quite unusual - lightweight, compostable stools and lights made from green-wood waste bound together with mycelium fungus. Their project Mycelium + Timber can be seen at Somerset House  as part of Design Frontiers exhibition during London Design Festival 2017.
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sitting on a Mycelium + Timber stool beneath mycelium light shades


Beautiful Designer Glass for Your Home

The purity of hand-crafted glass in an unexpectedly geometric, sharp shape. It is made by carefully mouth-blowing glass into a diamond-shaped steel mold. It is cooled, released and then polished by hand to give each vase stunning sheen and smoothness.
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RUUTU VASE By Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for 
Ruutu 5.5 Inch Vase by Iittala Ruutu 5.5 Inch Vase by Iittala Ruutu 3 Inch Vase by Iittala Ruutu 3 Inch Vase by Iittala Ruutu Wide 7 Inch Vase by Iittala Ruutu Wide 7 Inch Vase by Iittala


100% Design Starts Today - let's have a look!

Mek by Atlas Concorde: floor and wall tiles featuring a modern concrete effect with hints of metal.


by: Arredo3


by: Anthony Hartley

Como bedroom launch

by: Adventures in Furniture

UP electric height-adjustable desk

by: Gonzaga


London Design Festival starts today

This is the festival’s 15th edition and will include more than 200 events throughout London with numerous new designs:

Danish duo Studiomama's new collection for British manufacturer Another Brand.

Floating Leaves’ range designed by Norm Architects at designjunction

Gufram presents Roxanne by Michael Young at 100% Design

Essence of Strength at 100% Design
Just a few of them. Check regularly for more in the next weeks!


Maison & Objet News

Are you curious to learn what are the new designs from the just finished major autumn design event Maison & Objet? Get some impressions from my selection below. It seems that golden yellow will be one of the trending colours in 2018.

Cotone for Cassina, design by Bouroullec brothers 

DUO by DAM at M&O 2017


Other posts on Maison et Objet 2017. Check my blog regularly - more will follow soon!


Natural Luxury

Nature has created some of the most beautiful designs - everywhere, but for interior design natural stones are some of the most valuable materials when we want to have real luxurious feeling. That is true from ancient times. One of my favourite natural stones is onyx for its translucent qualities and beautiful colours. Have a look at some inspiring applications:
11 Geological Gems
A Vaucluse House by Bruce Stafford Architects

Bruce Stafford Architects

Gorgeous faceted tub carved from white onyx made in Italy  |  @LuxeMagazine by kevin.vaughan
Ken Linsteadt Architects
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