Molo chair, designed by Norwegian design group, Norway Says, for Danish company Duba-B8, is a stackable meeting and conference chair constructed out of reusable ABS plastic and available in five colors, including black, white, lemon, violet and oyster white.
Attridge & Cole, one of Northern Ireland’s premier coffee catering companies, serves up coffee and pastries from this beautifully restored Citroen H van.
Photography by opposite page.
Via Stuart Hobday.
Loving the upcycled luggage of BrightWall Studios.
Via of paper and things.
Michael Anastassiades creates stunning kinetic lights comprised of linear tubes, geometric sources of light, reflective surfaces and counterbalancing weights, that rotate freely and delicately to create ever changing lighting configurations.
Leipzig based bicycle manufacturer, Retrovelo, produce a mix of finely crafted classic and modern city bikes combining understated design with practicality. Their classic range consists of 3-speed and 7/8-speed models with nice touches such as Brooks leather saddles, stainless steel fenders and Busch & Müller Lumotech retro chromed head lights and LED chromed tail lights.
Tejo Remy, Milk Bottle lamp, 1991
Via European Design.
David Lipson assembles awesome one-of-a-kind robot sculptures from random objects, inspired by his love of Tin Toy Robots, Sci-Fi movies, and retro design.
Beautiful Planets, by designer Béatrix Li-Chin Loos, is a series of spherical vases made from layers of scrap wood, glass, cardboard and leather, each representing a planet from the solar system.
In ‘Scales,’ British designer John Doherty adapts a Triumph Bonneville instrument panel and headlight bowl for use as a kitchen scale. The dial faces are altered to accurately represent pounds and kilograms.
Part of a recent collaborative exhibition between Triumph Motorcycles and the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design.