Wooden furniture is in undoubtedly still the best furniture that every household can have. No one can beat the beauty and elegance of wooden furniture especially if made by a top-notch designer as Brent Comber. Wood lampshade is just one of his wonderful creations that can be perfect for any contemporary homes. Wooden shade has some creatively designed perforation on its sides to let the light pass through. In addition to the wood lamps, Brent Comber also has another creations like the alder series that uses tree branches bundled together to create a contemporary and useful form. Another series of creation is the shattered series that is made from cut sections from logs and again clumped together and creates a creative form with an effect that resembles of a shattered glass or ice. – via
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A bathtub that is small yet has a large space for the water is what the new Geo Soft fro KOS can offer. Available in flush floor version and built-in version, the Geo Soft is perfect for those who are fond of accessorizing their tubs and water closets, because GEO can be accessorized with KOS system like the ldrocolore and the blower. With the space the GEO has, it will generally satisfy every user without giving up the comfort and architectural design. Because of the features mentioned, the GEO is undoubtedly a piece of design which can now be a new icon of wellness.
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Giuseppe Canevese designed Crepax Kadhorna cabinet on 2004 for the Italian manufacturer Ennezero. This cabinet was made of graphics printed on white polished MDF and sealed with lacquer. Top and back are in black lacquered MDF and lacquered aluminum feet.
This furniture features the artwork of Guido Crepax (a graphics artist that hugely influences the development of European comic art in the 2nd half of the 20th century) in 1933-2003. Guido’s most famous story line features the character “Valentina” in 1965. This Guido’s comic art series incorporates eroticism, psychedelic, and dream-like storylines and was very much in the spirit of the 60s.