Trunk Stool by MALAFOR
One thing in life that gets better over time is good design. Likewise do trees in the natural world. Take a slice of the second, add it to the first and you end up with the Trunk seat by Polish label MALAFOR, whose innovative, eco-friendly objects balance straightforward design with playful lines. A chunk of an oak tree wrapped in stainless steel is, you’d be right in thinking, extremely durable and even slightly whimsical. The stool’s fuss-free aesthetic and nifty aluminium handle means transportation is easy, and its coloured metal exterior adds a lively touch to your environment. Out of tiny acorns grows great furniture.
By George Clock by by…
A spark of colour in the grey skies, designs by London-based label by… are a breath of fresh air—simply styled, they do a job without the fuss. Teaming up with Argentinian designer extraordinaire and long-standing Pentagram partner Daniel Weil, the label have produced a collection of three clocks in limited editions of 50. So iconic that they have just been exhibited at the London Design Museum, Weil’s locally produced timepieces stand alongside emblematic classics such as the Tube map and Penguin book covers. The wires criss-crossing the beech frame, carrying current from the battery to the hands, make each clock not only dynamic but playful too.
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