Brick Cushion Normann Copenhagen

Brick a cosy, graphical cushion from Normann Copenhagen

Brick is created by designer Britt Bonnesen for Normann Copenhagen. Brick is a cozy, geometrical cushion with a modern and elegant feel. The cushion is a play on shapes, colors and materials. Brick is made up of various textures and shades of fabric and is a simple way to add a dash of color for your home.




Britt Bonnesen’s inspiration for Brick has been found in both geometry and patchwork. The pieces of textile used on the front of the cushion have been cut into simple squares and geometrical shapes creating an irregular graphical pattern when seen together. The front pieces are all different while the back is made up of one piece of material. Read More

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Lipa by Kenyon Yeh for COOIMA

Lipa side table by London-based designer Kenyon Yeh for COOIMA is made from one single sheet of laser-cut steel then simply bent to form the sturdy legs and surface. The beauty part is, there is no certain angle telling which side should be the front. Every angle of Lipa can be used as the front part depends which side brings the most appealing view. Lipa is a simple, unique, practical and sculptural side table, nightstand or plant stand anywhere in home or public spaces.




Lipa can be used as a side table, nightstand, or a plant stand anywhere in a home or public space. Bent steel makes the design minimalistic and creative in its form. Lipa side table is available in a round or square top powder coated finish. Read More

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Jelly Mould Lights by Piers Saxby Candy Studio at Folklore

Piers Saxby Candy is a Brighton based designer who specializes in traditional lighting with an architectural twist. He uses metalwork techniques to handcraft bespoke pieces. Folklore are excited to be working with Piers and stocking his Jelly Desk Lamp and Jelly Table Lamp.




Piers’ focus and approach is on the quality of materials used. “I tamper with material as little as possible while always keeping its raw form. I try to source everything locally with wood and lead salvaged from local buildings and objects. I hand make what I can myself and my designs often evolve on the work bench as no plans are drawn beforehand.” Read More

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Dutch design week 2012: Dewar glassware by David Derksen

Dewar Glassware by David Derksen, lamps and vases inspired by laboratory glassware. This project will be shown for the first time during de Dutch Design Week 2012 this week at Objects for Sale. The Flask Vase, Flask Light and Dewar Light are the first outcomes from a continuing investigation into the beauty, form and manufacturing techniques found in scientific glassware.




As a direct result of the production processes used in laboratory equipment, Dutch designer David Derksen has investigated the beauty, form and manufacturing techniques found within scientific glassware. All vessels and instruments start as glass tubes that are reshaped on lathes under extreme heat, as rubber parts are often used to connect the various components or to seal the containers. Read More

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Canevas Collection by Charlotte Lancelot for GAN

Canevas Collection with colourful over-sized stitch detail from Spanish company Gandia Blasco’s by Belgium-based designer Charlotte Lancelot. Traditional handcrafts are transformed into everyday objects for contemporary homes. The charming Canevas collection shown at the London Design Festival consists of rugs, poufs and cushions in 100 % wool.


Canevas Collection


Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco’s GAN division with the Canevas Collection of rugs and poufs launched earlier this year. Using cross-stitch patterns, Lancelot reinterpreted an age-old traditional craft into something completely new and exciting. Read More

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Normann Copenhagen presents Hive

Copenhagen presents Hive, an industrial lamp in a classic shape designed by Nicholai Wiig Hansen. Taking industrial techniques as his starting point, Nicholai Wiig Hansen has designed the Hive lamp with a simple expression. Hive has a durable and clean design that creates a modern feel in any room.



Hive is a collapsible lamp made of steel. As opposed to being in one piece, its various rings present a contrast to the cast shape. This makes the lamp both interesting and beautiful. Changing color shades, from dark to light, emphasise its classic beehive shape – hence the name. Read More

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Siesta Green Lamp

Siesta Green Lamp created by Zuzanna Malinowska and Marcin Wronski from Siesta Studio combines a plant pot and a table lamp to make a fun combination that puts the spotlight on plant growth.  A dangerously loveable, simple and yet clever concept that make us come closer to nature.


Siesta Green Lamp


Siesta Green Lamp is a unique combination of lamp and flower pot, where you can plant whatever you want. It is you who give it the character that evolves every day with the growth of your plant. Together with the shape and growth level not only the look is changing but also the amazing play of light and shadows cast by it. Unique and surprising every day, will share your joys and make you feel better when you’re sad. Siesta Green Lamp combines two completely different items. Unanimated object came alive, a living plant acquired surprising properties – it turned out that they match each other so much that they have become inseparable. Read More


Hay – Danish favorite

Hay has managed the masterpiece of making timeless quality furniture that maintains aesthetics, comfort and they are affordable for most people. Danish Hay doesn’t make furniture for the design elite but for everyone who likes pretty things. The results are a beautiful bunch of simplicity, characterized by a classic and minimalist design.



In 2011was a whole series of furniture designer Jorgen Baekmark relaunched by Hay. The furniture was produced for the Danish market in the 1960’s. Hay was established in 2002 and the furniture collection was launched at IMM Cologne in 2003. Hay’s ambition is to encourage Danish furniture design’s return to the innovative greatness of the 1950’s and 1960’s but in a contemporary context. Through their commitment to the design and production of furniture and accessories with an international appeal Hay strives to make good design accessible by supplying their trademark designs with affordable price tags. Hay is committed to nurturing and promoting the originality of young talents as well as exploring the twisted minds of established designers. Hay operates in the field between architecture and fashion bridging the statics from architecture and the dynamics from fashion. They are ambitious in the field of innovation and the use of cutting edge technologies. Read More