London-based industrial and product designer Catherine Stolarski creates “Loop” lamp, an experiment with 3D meshes designed as a softly curved shape made from one single folded piece of material floating in the air. Adorable simplicity!

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Definitely one of our favourite studios: the research & design studio of a textile company in Istanbul designed by Zemberek Tasarim Design Office is built around the interaction between the users of the space, and the items and accessories on display. All photographs by Șafak Emrence.

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The sculpted furniture from bronze series designed by Dutch studio Tjep is a reaction to the digitalisation and virtualisation of basic human needs. The series has been presented at Designblok Prague 2014.

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Peter Marino - works included in the One Way: Peter Marino exhibition to open at the Bass Museum of Art, December 2014. Images © Maggie Nimkin, courtesy of the Bass Museum of Art. Used here by kind permission. All rights reserved.

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The Bass Museum of Art presents One Way: Peter Marino, an exhibition that explores the renowned American architect’s multifaceted relationship with art. Recognized as a pioneer of cross-disciplinary practice, Peter Marino has been celebrated for the past four decades for his forward-thinking work that exists at the intersection of art, fashion and architectural design.

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Bibi Chemnitz, The Fifth Daughters. Read a review here.

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Wow!

The must have! Logitech K480 is a Bluetooth multi-device keyboard that will allow you to work with tablet and smartphone simultaneously. This type-on-anything universal keyboard is available for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS.

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Artist R1 recycles wooden palletts into interlocking mobile benches.

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Designer Noa Raviv uses classical art and its evolution as the point of departure for her collection ‘Hard Copy’.

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"Cetka" chair designed by Acid Studio interlaces lines of material at right angles to create a natural pattern running along its hard egdes.

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