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Five design things of this week #5

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In the summer time we all would like to make some  an orient fairy tale even if you are real minimalist, you could not refuse from soft light of candles and wierd shadows from flame’s play. So we collect this not so well matched  things  ( in classic way) in the fifth set.

1. Juliet. armchair.  Design  by Benjamin Hubert

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The rich upholstery re-invents the classic capitonné in a contemporary, soft, free version, enriched by original crimp stitching for interiors in recollection of the embroidery and ruffling of women’s sleeves and bodies, creating a faceted pattern that ripples the surfaces. With a complex creation that expresses all the mastery of the Poltrona Frau craftsmen.

 

more www.poltronafrau.com




2.  BOBBY. Black Metal Floor Lamp

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Colour: Black A Habitat classic, the Bobby floor lamp in black powder coated metal. www.habitat.co.uk/bobby-black-metal-floor-lamp-26179



3. Bedside table, design by Fail Galmanov

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A modular bedside table in urban industrial style binding plywood and metal.

more info FAIL GILMANOV

4. Abstraction #13. One match

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One match is enough for the reign of absolute chaos.And neat rows of thoughts, desires, actions, turned into a simple ash.So, keep your head up with all the calmness and dignity as you only could. And the wind of destruction of will pass.

#artwork by by Ekaterina Mungalova © aka Ekaterina Moong https://ekaterinamoong.wordpress.com
https://www.flickr.com/photos/ekaterinamoong/
http://www.behance.net/moong.

5. Moroccan lanterns

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