From wheelbarrow chairs and bot like modular lamps… beautiful tables made of stunning wood or grassy tops… lamps both generative and basketball inspired… and more! A look at the NOTCOT favorites from NY Design Week 2012!
'Living Pixels' takes recycled advertising banners as the project’s starting point; the designers gave a unique three-dimensionality to the material by cutting it into small pieces and combining them together.
Totem, a transformable wardrobe designed for people that need space in their homes. Totem can work in a corridor, wardrobe and mobile support plane and is wheeled for ease of movement. Designed by Francesco Ferretti.
The Zen Circus chair designed by Caroline Kermarrec, Alexia Moisan and Kevin Geffroy. Fitness-minded furniture that makes it possible for the user to do alternative exercises like yoga positions, trapeze and balance.
The Henrybuilt wine storage system can be configured in a variety of ways, to store any number of bottles at a precise angle and can be used for either room-temperature storage or for longer-term storage in a conditioned environment.
The SSB-1 Erik Heywood for BOOK/SHOP. Made in California of natural birch ply, each unit is cut and trimmed by hand to ensure an exact fit, then matte clear-coated, edge-banded, and hand rubbed with a light finish of natural beeswax.