Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Cool Designs

Vincent Cadena and Emmanuel Touraine’s Divine furniture collection for Ventury Studio in France are as graceful as they are chic. Very correctly marketed as a “couture line of furniture,” each of Divine’s editions are detailed slightly differently: “Glam” to serve as an fashionable accent in a modern room design, “Steel” a balancing piece for a blend of traditional and contemporary design, “Glitz” to serve as a focal, sculptural furniture piece in a light, artistic space. A clean fusion of 1960s modernist furniture with French Rococo accents, Divine is a very well-thought-out combination of designs that could work in many contexts. Aside from being a fashionable accent in your living room, a few of these chairs would be perfect for a waiting area or foyer for a home office. - via





Originally designed for the Caesarstone Design Competition, designer Pedro Gomes’s creative and fluid table design would serve as an amazing furniture piece for those of us who love the heavy reflective quality of quartz surfacing. A curvilinear but grounded design, the storage space and smooth, simple surface allows the table design to serve several interesting uses. It might be a great desk for a bright, open room, a creative coffee table to complement your wide living room arrangement or an accent table for condensed loft or apartment spaces. It might even be interesting to see its application outdoors as well, possibly as a serving table for those summer barbeques. - via




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