- Modern interiors and products incorporating the humble, versatile, and flexible material that is rubber.
- We can never get enough of great big design in tiny spaces—especially when it comes to efficient, space-saving bathrooms.
- Continuing our small spaces series today, we offer tips for the very smallest rooms of all: The bathroom and the closet.
- Minnesota-based designer Matthew Plumstead has had quite the year.
Efficiency and productivity begin with the workstation. Some people prefer to stand and rove around unfettered, while others like to face the wall and use precious little horizontal space. Then there are those who champion piles and stacks—–citizens who claim to have methods to their madness but to outsiders appear to be drowning in papery detritus.
Trask Lamp takes the efficiency of LED lighting and blends it with flexibility. Manufactured to ship flat, maximize material yield and eliminate cutting waste, the Trask Lamp is a truly eco-centric design. Inviting the user to participate as co-designer, the Trask Lamp redefines the relationship between a product and its user. This lamp functions as a catalyst in establishing a dialogue about the virtues and opportunities in locally made and sustainable products.
Originally designed by Verner Panton in 1960, this polypropylene piece was updated by Vitra in 1999. The Panton chair is available in the Dwell Store here: http://store.dwell.com/panton-chair.html
Obleeek goes oblong with their collection of polished-concrete planters which give your greens a solid, safe place to lay down their roots and grow. Though this one is extra large, there are smaller desktop varieties available as well as side tables and bird baths.