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JEB International launches Brooklyn

The process of JEB’s product development varies each time; sometimes they create systems reflective of project specific requirements and other times their product releases reflect the current market trends in terms of cost or performance but for Brooklyn, it was about our passion for design.

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A magical architecture installation for forest dwellers

A team of Estonian Academy of Arts interior architecture students have designed and built these three gigantic wooden megaphones, which sit in the Estonian forest for forest dwellers to enjoy at their leisure.

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The Orator Brings Birdsong to the Urban Landscape

Much research has been devoted to how beneficial nature is to the human brain. With nature’s psychological satisfaction in mind, St Petersburg designer Katia Tolstykh has designed the Orator, an object that satisfies our innate craving to spend time in nature. 

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Introducing Haworth Collection

Uniting the unrivalled design legacy of Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Cassina and Haworth – Haworth Collection presents a curated selection of heritage and modern designs tailored to the Asia Pacific market.

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It’s time to invest in Timeless Australian Design in 2016

Established in 2007 with a mission to create a distinctive Australian design brand, DesignByThem have proven successful in bringing together some of Australia’s most talented designers to contribute to a pool of quality, playful products.

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Pedrali chairs furnish the stations of the Mont Blanc Skyway cableway

Taking inspiration from ice crystals and the reflections of snow, the new Mont Blanc cableway by architect Carlo Cillara Rossi has three futuristic stations varying in purpose and style: bars, restaurants, retail areas, entertainment services and panoramic terraces – with beautiful furnishing solutions from Italian company Pedrali. 

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