Tag: miljøvennlig design


Keep it Natural

An increasing number of interior designers seem to be turning to Mother Nature for inspiration these days, so it is not a surprise that décors starring organic elements are IN this year. If you are considering jumping on… Read More

SQUID INK STOOL new in at Folklore

SQUID INK STOOL made by turned ash by Felix McCormack available from Folklore. This is the first in a collection of furniture that uses squid ink as wood dye. The inspiration comes from the way coloured slips are often applied to… Read More

Philipp Von Hase 100% Norway at Tent London

100% Norway at Tent London 2013 – a new wave of Design from the Land of the Fjords! The Bergen based designer Philipp Von Hase is one of 10 x 10 designers to feature in the showcase at… Read More

The ecofriendly Bindi Dot Pouf

The ecofriendly Bindi Dot Pouf it’s a textile pouf inspired by the colorful Bindis that Indian women wear on their foreheads. The resultant polka dot pattern is a vibrant representation created from discarded silk sarees.

Ecofriendly Pompom pouf

Not only are this ecofriendly bright coloured Pompom pouf amazingly beautiful but it also has a history behind. The story of the Pom Pom pouf is that it’s made from recycled silk saree’s. Studio Avni, an Indian designer,… Read More

Jurianne Matter pop up fish

Sweet and whimsical pop up fish, found at Blomme who features gift and interior articles and other great stuff from the Netherlands. These graphic artworks pop up fish designed by Jurianne Matter appear understated, but see what happens… Read More

1 Object in 1 Minute by Pierre Lota

French Designer Pierre Lota has embarked on a project he calls 1 Object in 1 Minute by Pierre Lota. He creates a video of him assembling one of his own awesome designs pieces from improvised materials and makes… Read More

Plumen – The World’s First Designer Energy Saving Light Bulb

Plumen is the world’s first designer energy saving light bulb, designed by Hulger & Samuel Wilkinson. The name Plumen comes from the “plume,” the decorative feathers of a bird and “lumen,” the unit of light.     Plumen… Read More