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splinter | simply aesthetic

Nendo has designed the Splinter collection for Conde House.A chair,coat stand,side table and 2 mirrors made to look like they're peeled away from wooden stems.

Splinter by Nendo  for Conde House

Splinter by Nendo for Conde House at imm cologne 2013

Nendo at imm cologne presenting Splinter furniture with peeled-away wooden components for Conde House.

Designově dokonalá židle Pila by Ronan & Erwan - this thin chair made with ash has a hidden aluminum frame

Pila and Pilo by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullecfor Magis

Designově dokonalá židle Pila by Ronan & Erwan - this thin chair made with ash has a hidden aluminum frame

The Elka Stool, an exploration by Industrial Design student Oscar Pipson of organic transitional shapes. Oscar Pipson is a talented Wellington, New Zealand

The Elka Stool, an exploration by Industrial Design student Oscar Pipson of organic transitional shapes. Oscar Pipson is a talented Wellington, New Zealand (Organic Furniture Designs)

The theme is ‘ZEN’, entailed from Chinese traditional architectural modeling, combining brass and joint structure techniques. We used beech timber with white leather cushions and chair legs were made of brass. With simplicity and elegancy, this chair deli…

"ZEN" CHAIR (riffs in Th Robsjohn-Gibbings, Chinese regional chairs, Tang and early Japanese furniture, plus Danish aesthetic of mid Century--)

London Design Festival 2013: British design brand Noble & Wood is presenting its debut collection of crafted furniture and products

Debut furniture collection from Noble & Wood

Cloud Console is a minimalist design created by England-based designer Gautier Pelegrin. Two tier wall supported console table.

nendo, pencil !

curve

The chairs with legs like pencils that have been whittled with a pocket-knife by Nendo

Simple wood boy

Beam armchair is a minimalist design created by the Netherlands based studio Oato in collaboration with woodworking company Kuperus & Gardenier. The piece has been inspired by stacked beam structures used in many cultures. Designers explain their process:

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