The new 'Invisible' bathroom by Matteo Thun for Rapsel, impresses with few lines and innovative forms. Basin, Shower and WC almost disappear and become geometric modules that function as sculptural shelves.
During a collaborative workshop organized by Dutch furniture company Arco, Andrew Haythornthwaite created 'autoboxes.' taking mechanical cues from the children's toy jack-in-the-box and some impressive design-skills.
Ergo: a stool and a table developed in aluminum, characterized by rigid lines that can give rise to fascinating geometric shapes. A compact and minimal work space, created by British designer Adam Senior.
The Italian designers Paola Argine and Cristina Alzati (double-ei), are back creating with cardboard, a new furnishing madness, FanTubes: two tables and three chairs, composed of about 300 cardboard tubes of various heights.