Archive for July, 2007

Winner of Stockholm’s Furniture Fair 2007

Designer Joel Hesselgren’s winning design is a bed that seems to float but is actually supported by two opposing corners that double as end tables.


Put two beds together to get a double whenever you need it.


via Yanko Design


Designer of the Year Naoto Fukasawa and His Timepiece

The Elle Deco International Design Awards for Best Designer of the Year goes to Naoto Fukasawa.


Fukusawa has won more than 60 awards, including the Gold Industrial Design Excellence Award (IDEA) of the U.S.A., the Gold iF (International Forum) Product Design Award of Germany, the Gold D&AD Global Award of England, and the Mainichi Design Award, the Good Design Gold Prize and the Fifth Oribe Award, all of Japan.

The unique Twelve 365 watch  is by him.



A Better Bluetooth Watch From Sony This Time

A better attempt this time round from Sony.

This Sony MBW-150 alerts you to calls and messages via an OLED display.


And vibrates when messages arrives on your phone.

Available December 2007.

via Acquire

Lubi Daybed A Timeless Design

A sofa or daybed by day.


And a twin size bed by night. Clever!


via softline

Francois Bauchet’s Winning Sofa Design

Francois Bauchet created this brilliant Yang sofa for Ligne Roset.


Configure and interlock several pieces to form a sofa or a sectional.


via teejay5

A Fun Futon From Flemming Hojfeldt

The Rollo Futon by Flemming Hojfeldt from Innovation has four seating modes, two comfort positions, a premium mattress, a back bolster and square cushions.


via Swik 

A Snake For Your Wrist Sir?

Starck’s Snake watch is a limited edition.starcksnake.jpg

This timepiece uses a very unusual hidden crown and closure system.

Only USD195.

via Acquire