Accordion Sculptural Lamp Expands and Compress to Adjust the Light

A shape-shifter Accordion Sculptural Lamp that would become a beautiful night light next to your bed. This LED illuminated work of art features unique accordion shape to create the sense of playfulness. It’s definitely unusual and could potentially become a conversation starter piece. When you try to expand and compress it, you’ll nice that the […]

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At The Crossroads Between Art and Design, An Artist Re-imagines The Purpose of Coal

Maybe you didn’t know, but as we speak, good old coal is still the most used energy fuel for generating electricity in the world. By using coal as a manufacturing material, the artist Eduard Locota is predicting an alternative future for coal, where this combustible material is not primarily used as the world’s leading fuel. […]

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Paper Furniture Project Can Be Created from Cardboard and Paper Waste

Submitted by Vadim Kibardin, here’s a nice and creative project you can do during stay-at-home order. This Paper Furniture project takes advantage of cardboard waste, well, Vadim actually used his own cardboard waste to create a functional furniture. This project combines nature and technology into a multidisciplinary furniture sculpture, it’s a future vision of furniture […]

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Incredible “Dual Sculptures” Interpreting Nature by Eduard Locota

An incredible interpretations of the nature, with modern materials. Sculptor use contemporary materials to create an incredible visual vibration between the straight lines of the outer contour, and the undulated inner forms – as never seen before. The concept is just outstanding; modern materials has provided the sculptor the ability to create a “dual sculpture” […]

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Eduard Locota’s Work of Art: La Falaise, Crete, and Wave

This year, Eduard Locota has released its latest collection, as always, each one has its own uniqueness, it’s like watching magical objects. For the moment only a few of his artwork design pieces have been released to the public, but we may see a few of them just now: La Falaise Bench and Side Table, […]

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River Boat Concept by Heatherwick Studio

River boat concept was designed as part of “Estuaire” project to bring work of art along the banks of the River Loire, France. This boat concept has to represent flexibility as it will be available for general hire or organized trips, special occasions, meetings, or venues. It has to allow passengers to have free 360-degree […]

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Retro Alien Couch by Igor Chak

Do you love space invader couch? Well, you can purchase the real one, it’s called Retro Alien Couch. Igor Chak, the designer, has brought the cool couch concept to live, it’s commercially available for you if you have 5 grand to spend. “I would like to introduce you to an old friend that kept trying […]

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Toggle Switch Plate Offers Cool Steampunk/Industrial Style Switch Cover

Decorate your house in Victorian spirit with this cool steampunk style Toggle Switch Plate. Yes, it’s a plate attachment, it means that this mechanical light switches can transform any ordinary switch to a vintage switch with a cool lever. Designed by Lance Nybye Jr., this plate is crafted from decorative plywood, joints that are finished with […]

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Tuvie's Staff Picks

Duravit St. Trop by Philippe Starck

While there are plenty of steam showers available out there, none can beat the features of St.Trop designed by Philippe Starck. St.Trop has been designed as a simple rectangle. The inside becomes the work of art depicting all sorts of actions including showering with a hand-held shower, taking a Kneipp cure or relaxing in soft […]

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Firmship Boat : 42′ Floating Work of Art

With the arrival of new yachts into the industry these days, none ever concentrated on those classic boats, which were quite renowned 50 years ago. However, Studio Job’s new Firmship 42 is more than just a yacht. Studio Job has turned this classic boat into a floating work of art. It’s more of luxury house […]

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