Sigurd Larsen's Shrine is a hub of drawers and doors accessible only with keys. Private items can safely be locked away in small spaces. For the very most personal items a secret room can be reached behind one of the drawers.
The Good Boy Lamp designed by Whatshisname is an item of everyday use that makes the user uncomfortable with every use. It was actually banned from the art exhibition it was meant for because it made people uncomfortable!
"Thread Family" by Flip Sellin / Coordination consists of three members featuring well crafted lathed threads and tops from walnut wood connected by a visible wedge-joint. The vividly colored bases are inspired by bicycle frames.
Capsule Lamp by Hong Kong-based Design Systems Ltd - " the fun starts when you attach the little plastic capsules – in any combination and quantity you like with all sorts of little treasures in them."
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.