"Zhi and Kou" pair of cement furnishings by Bentu Design allows you to compose shelves, tables, and seating arrangements.

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"Melt Up Furniture Collection" by Yasuhiro Suzuki is developed around the designer’s unique molding technique using polyester fiber.

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The “Explosion” cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz for the designer’s first solo museum exhibition titled “Look Again” is made of maple, glass and stainless steel. It lenghthens with a single push and has that very wow effect, doesn’t it?

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The World Clock by 11+ reinterprets traditional functionality of timepieces. This cylindrical clock displays 24 different time zones.

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Prelow Cork, the latest addition to Vans’ OTW collection, features a natural cork upper paired with black eyelets, laces, and fabric lining.

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Lese collection by Lock Furniture is based on puzzle construction assemblies allowing each design to be flat-packed.

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Marleen Sleeuwits - Interior no. 41, 2013, 55 x 64 cm. Ultrachrome print on aluminium with frame, edition of 10. Image © Marleen Sleeuwits. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

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In Marleen Sleeuwits’ photography, one can experience a disconnection from specific places or time. A clear intention to portray the conflicting feeling that certain places evoke enables the artist to capture the experience of being disconnected with a physical space.

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Chul-Hyun Ahn, Tunnel 6, 2012. Cinderblocks, mirrors, lights. Size: 51x102x102 cm. Courtesy of Galerie Paris-Beijing. All rights reserved. The work is part of the Infinite Light exhibition.

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Aïda Muluneh, The 99 Series (2013), part of the “The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Hell, Purgatory Revisited by Contemporary African Artists” exhibition. 

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Enignum VI Canopy Bed - Chatsworth designed by Joseph Walsh creates an intimate space and a feeling of protection and enclosure.

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