Lifestyle Design Magazine

Lifestyle Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Pam

Pam is comparable to a puzzle, every of its part is inimitable. Each leg, arm and back rest element is singularly carved, assembled and honed manually, conducting a seamless design. Through this production process, every element is a character of its own, making Pam a case of sui generis and giving an overall harmonious look. The lamellar structure of the palm leaf served as inspiration for the distinctive design of the Pam chair and its name.

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Lattice Chair

The word “lattice” means lines intertwined with, and intersecting, each other horizontally and vertically.Especially use Taiwan's high-quality bamboo with excellent toughness,combines bamboo craft into woodcraft via weaving bamboos and bent woods together. By preserving and integrating the flexibility of bamboos and the firmness of wood, so weight of the chair is only 4 kg, but it can withstand more than 120 kg, the lighter weight allows the elderly and children to move around more easily. Single-sided armrest design allows users to sit in a variety of ways, more free and flexible.

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NikolaTesla Fit

NikolaTesla Fit represents a concentrate of technology in which cooking and suction are perfectly integrated in a space that allows installation even on 60 cm kitchen bases. Ideal for small rooms, but also for those kitchens where it is not possible to install independent hobs and hoods. The conceptual effort has focused on finding a balance between performance, functionality, ergonomics, technology, small size and versatility. The great challenge in terms of design was to be able to contain all these elements in a formal synthesis that gave life to an object with clean and essential lines.

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Lavazza Elogy Milk

This coffee machine with integrated milk frother offers the complete package of Italian coffee culture: from espresso to cappuccino or latte. The design takes inspiration from Italian coffee shops and bars and is an evolution of Lavazza's existing form language. It is characterised by a big, seamless shell with three-dimensional Lavazza logo on the side. Metal accents underline the main touch points like lever, drip grid and UI. The Lavazza in Black system also offers peel-able coffee pods that can be recycled more easily. A lot of work went into reducing noise level and energy consumption.

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Shelter

Motivated by the way most people are now working from home, Shelter arises as a wooden desk focused on productivity through organization. Since technology has become part of people’s daily routine, this desk’s design allows for convenient ways to connect the user with his gadgets via hidden and practical cable management. The tabletop features rounded drawers to add value to the design language, and material selection intends to give a sense of warmth and serenity to the user.

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Ikona Maxxi Pure

Ikona Maxxi pure incorporates, in an elegant furnishing, a hood and air purifier that take twofold care of the home's air. It has been designed to improve the quality of domestic air without needing to install additional devices or complex monitoring systems which are often impractical and invasive. Ikona Maxxi pure has been designed to allow the hood and purifier to operate independently, without compromising on either performance or usability. The hood core of Ikona Maxxi pure efficiently eliminates cooking fumes and vapors.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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