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The Fail Epoque Lamp, a new minimalist design collection which consists in virtually invisible metal filament that determines the skeleton of the object.
From renowned Russian designer, Dima Loginoff
This week’s design update comes with that little “out-doorsy” twist. And with the weather still affording a few days of perfect camping weather, we thought this design update be suitable for all you, happy-campers.
“When it’s in use, the SlickBoil is much like any other tea kettle: It brews 5 cups of hot water at a time, and works on electric stoves and campfires alike. When it’s not in use, though, the silicone body collapses into its stainless steel base, rendering it only 2.5 inches thick. Which is pretty useful, given the premium on space in both hatchbacks and urban kitchens.”
LA CHANCE - Couch
Design by: Noe Duchaufour Lawrance
Pedal-Less Bike of the Day: Introducing FLIZ, a bike without pedals that relies on its rider to propel it forward by running.
After a bit of speed is acquired, the rider hangs suspended from a harness while simultaneously steering around startled pedestrians.
Check out a video of the prototype here.
Sit inside or outside the soft and tranquil wool felt Hush, designed by Freyja Sewell. Converts from an easy chair to a womb-like sleeping pod.
Isn’t this awesome? It’s the Bravo chair by industrial design student Matte Berit Nyberg. Use it as a normal chair to study, write, eat, … or as a nap chair by leaning aside against the comfy headrest.
“With its high, curved back, button tufting, and deep, inviting seat, the Louis Chair combines modern comfort with mid-century style. Shown with swivel base. Also available with solid maple legs and matching ottoman.”