Collection by Jaime Gillin

Tomorrow's Design Stars: Part 1

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If you liked what you saw in our Young Designers roundup in our May 2012 issue—where we spotlighted 28 up-and-coming design talents from around the globe—then don't miss this extended look at more work by those designers. Here you'll see Elisa Strozyk's additional innovative experiments with wood veneer, Pia Wüstenberg's lathed scrap paper pendant lamps, Fredrik Färg's recycled chairs made new with intricately folded and stritched felt backs, and much, much more. Click through the slideshow!

American-born, Netherlands-based designer Max Lipsey recently released his Acciaio collection of furniture made with...
A closer look at the cabinet reveals the fine craftsmanship and bicycle-inspired detailing.
Pia Wüstenberg, a German-Finnish designer based in London, created the Stacked Vessels we featured in the magazine,...
We featured Elisa Strokyk's Wooden Carpet, made of teak veneer mounted on linen, in the magazine.
Here's another one of her Wooden Carpets, this one with a tasseled edge. As she told writer Lindsay J. Westley, "You...
Strozyk also created "carpets" with colorful pieces of stained wood, as seen here.
Australian designer Henry Wilson's "Things Revisited" collection put his credo of "making existing things better" into...
Wilson's latest project is this A-Joint table base, a new joinery system that's a democratic update to the classic...
Argentinian designer Federico Churba takes inspiration from his hometown for pieces like these Pluvial tables, which...
Sharing a similar visual identity to Churba's Hanoi lamp, which we featured in the magazine, is his graceful, arching...
For his RE:Cover series, Swedish designer Fredrik Färg gives salvaged chairs a new lease on life with the help of...
Färg's latest project is this flat-pack rocking chair for Design House Stockholm.
The chair is made up of five parts and assembled without the use of hinges or screws.
Tokyo-based designer Yota Kakuda has designed many pieces for the Japanese company MUJI, including these sleek...
Kakuda also created this unique cell phone charger, which was inspired by a tape measure.
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