6 Noteworthy Designs from Salone Satellite 2013
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Studio Gorm
Eugene, Oregon

Studio GormMinimalist plastic-and-wood Judd coffee table and Scene carpet, whose abstract shapes recall American highway landscapes seen from a car window.

Studio GormMinimalist plastic-and-wood Judd coffee table and Scene carpet, whose abstract shapes recall American highway landscapes seen from a car window.

The two-person studio unveiled the minimalist plastic-and-wood Judd coffee table and Scene carpet, whose abstract shapes recall American highway landscapes seen from a car window. studiogorm.com

SCAD
Savannah, Georgia

Selected from a 100-student-strong pool of entries, the work shown by Christian Dunbar, John McMahon, Kalin Asenov, and Jerri Hobdy demonstrates the school’s annual thesis: the meaning of luxury as explored through technology. scad.edu

Combo ColabXtool seating is a collection of portable, modular stools crowned with standard plastic crates.

Combo ColabXtool seating is a collection of portable, modular stools crowned with standard plastic crates.

Combo Colab
Newark, New Jersey

Xtool seating is a collection of portable, modular stools crowned with standard plastic crates. combocolab.com

Matthew LechowickHidden media console, is a mix-and-match cabinet integrating household media components, and Reveal, a wall clock that tells time by rotating 72 individual wood pieces.

Matthew LechowickHidden media console, is a mix-and-match cabinet integrating household media components, and Reveal, a wall clock that tells time by rotating 72 individual wood pieces.

Matthew Lechowick
Sacramento, California

Lechowick debuted his Hidden media console, a mix-and-match cabinet integrating household media components, and Reveal, a wall clock that tells time by rotating 72 individual wood pieces. matthewlechowick.com

Studio Chad Wright
San Francisco, California

Wright exhibited his Integral desk, a Parsons-style table featuring a curved, powder-coated steel belly, and photographs from Master Plan, an installation that “exchanges a child’s sandcastle with suburban architecture.” studiochadwright.com

Danielle Trofe DesignThe Live Screen is an indoor planter system that uses self-sustaining, hydroponic technology.

Danielle Trofe DesignThe Live Screen is an indoor planter system that uses self-sustaining, hydroponic technology.

Danielle Trofe Design
Brooklyn, New York

The showstopper in Trofe’s Satellite display was the Hydroponic Vertical Garden, an indoor planter system that uses self-sustaining, hydroponic technology. danielletrofe.com

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