Monthly Archives: September 2011

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Pavement to Parks SF

If you live in San Francisco you have probably noticed this new “trend” that’s going around the city, they call it Parklets, and the whole concept of it  is to take over part of the actual street and turn it into a mini plaza or tiny parks that can be used as art exhibits, extra […]

UFO’s Take Over Frankfurt

Hamburg based design firm JOI-Design have designed an extraordinary café/reception desk in the lobby of the new Price water house Coopers building in Frankfurt, Germany. Read what the designers have to say about the project: The focal point of the entrance lobby is an uber-hip, UFO-like “island” which functions on one side as a reception […]

Karim Rashid design Spaghetti

One of our favorite interior designers Karim Rashid has made a colaboration with a cutting edge Valencia based design company called Vondom ( their products are just amazing and can be seen in their website) Rashid  has created the “Spaghetti” mix and mach planters, that come in various colors, and just as the name suggests […]

HGTV Magazine

Hearst and HGTV have teamed up in a new magazine, called  HGTV Magazine, which will be on newsstands next month. Even though we might be a over the design network, the magazine should be an interesting resource for designers! As soon as we get our hands on the first issue we will let you guys […]

Fashion to Furniture

French fashion designer Christian Lacroix has turn the tables one more time going from fashion design to furniture design. Lacroix has designed a line of high end furniture for an Italian company Sicis, the line is inspired by a mosaic illustration he created of Byzantine empress Theodora, which will be on display from April 12 […]

GOOD Design SF

                    GOOD Design San Francisco Thursday, September 29 6 to 9 p.m. swissnex San Francisco 730 Montgomery Street $25; purchase tickets here Sponsored by: WoodsBagot, Barbara Scavullo Design, Bix Restaurant, swissnex San Francisco, Carrots, Istituto Italiano di Cultura di San Francisco, and Trumer Pils Supported by: […]


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Shape Shifting Sofa

Swiss designer Alexander Rehn has designed a sofa that reacts to your various needs whether you are relaxing reading a book or just sitting watching TV, this sofa alters its shape and sitting angles through your movements to accommodate your body accordingly. How cool is that?  Choose whether you want to sit, lie down or […]