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Five design things of this week #14

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In the spring we want to change especially, sharply, cardinally with a turn of 180 degrees. I want utmost clarity, black let it be black, red red, and white white! Long live the geometry – great and “terrible”!

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1. Aleaf Armchair, designer Michele Franzina

CONCEPT

A flexible and superconfortable innovative chaise longue YOU can use for relax or as a temporary workstation. Seat, back and armrest are part of the same sinuous and continuous structure. The movable supporting surface provides an easier and more comfortable seating.

Stress-resistant polyurethane foam on metal frame. Fully upholstered with different covers and colours

More https://www.architonic.com/en/product/design-you-edit-aleaf-armchair/1268596

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2. Living Light Nissa Kinjalina is a designer based in Kazakhstan, she created “Living Light” a lamp collection that appears as a container in which light has been poured.

More http://www.aa13.fr/design-objet/living-light-nissa-kinzhalina-54221

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3.  Red&black triptychdecorative panels for an interior of a design bureau, Ekaterina Moong aka Ekaterina Mungalova

More https://ekaterinamoong.wordpress.com




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4. Zick Zack side table by Olga Bielawska made from a single laser-cut sheet.

More https://www.yellowtrace.com.au/best-new-talent-milan-design-week-2015




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5. Art object, unknown author, concrete



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