A coffee table can be one of the building blocks of great interior design. Nowadays, product designers go farther than just creating a visually expressive furniture item. Drawing inspiration from the most inexhaustible source – Nature – they develop bespoke objects mimicking organic one of a kind shapes and using natural materials not expected to be found in your living room.
Month: November 2019
Cat lovers believe cats deserve their own space with a warm and safe environment. Cat loving product designers believe that when sharing a living space, neither cats nor humans should compromise their comfort. Thus, they develop creative, stylish, and harmonious cat-related design that can fit in a modern living environment.
According to Einstein, the only thing you absolutely have to know is the location of the library. Reading a paper book is an experience that solaces our minds and nourishes our souls. Inspiration created by this traditional media can never be replaced by digital products. Modern libraries and bookshops are designed to protect authenticity of offline reading and address challenges of bringing together digital, analog, group, and individual interactions.
Keeping fit and exercising have become an inseparable part of our daily life, which makes product designers seek ways to fill this daily routine with aesthetics. The challenge is to create gym equipment that is pleasing to the eye as much as it is functional, no matter if it is used in- or outdoors.
Plywood has come a long way since its introduction in the early 20th century, from a substitute to solid wood to the primary choice for many designers in search of a sustainable and durable material that comes with a friendly price tag. Its advanced strength, light weight and flexibility make plywood the perfect pick for modern furniture designers.
Lighting design is one of design branches that quickly react to modern trends. Product designers explore new forms, materials and functions, turning lighting pieces into building blocks of great interior design. In addition to providing your space with a warm glow, a good designer lamp can also pull double duty as a decorative element.