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The UP 5 Pesce Chair

The UP 5 Pesce Chair

Here is another Italian designed furniture piece for you, the classic UP 5 Pesce Chair. Originally designed in 1969 by Gaetano Pesce, the chair was designed to represent women in a metaphorical expression kind of way.

Coming in striking colors, the chair was somehow designed to showcase how a woman was a victim of male prejudices through the ball and chair that is truly a work of art.

The chair thus somehow offers a landmark kind of piece w

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Starry Light Lamp Collection

Starry Light Lamp Collection

The Starry Light Lamps are another alternative lighting collection which you can surely find interesting, especially for the folks who want something out of the ordinary. The collection depicts a starry night sky through the holes of the half hemispheric shade.

The lamp design is credited to the duo of Miklos Batisz and Anna Farkas who came up with the idea of producing a lamp that is also a work of art. The lamp makes use of LED lighting which emits the beams through th

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Skin and Skeleton Chairs

Skin and Skeleton Chairs

Here are a couple of chairs which should compliment your modern home setting. The Skin and Skeleton Chairs come from the team of David Adjaye and furniture maker Knoll, chairs which come in contrasting designs that make them ideal for inside or outside use.

The Skin Chair features an ergonomic curving profile and is made from nylon. They come in various bright colors are recommended for outdoor use to accommodate perhaps guests or folks w

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The UB1K Alien Chair

UB1K Alien Chair

The UB1K chair seems like a work of art or modern-inspired piece that you can consider for your home. However, it does look a lot like an alien-inspired piece as well, made from four complex components.

This includes Y-shaped supports for the back while a third leg spreads into the two feet that support it. Designed by Edward Kim, the chair’s bowing legs and uncanny silhouette account for the UB1K chair as something that looks a lot it came nowhere from our world.

Regardless, t

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Building Block Asterisk Stools

Building Block Asterisk Stools

Christina Sicoli offers a different kind of stool with the Asterisk Stool. The said stool was designed using bright colors and was made using a series of solid wood pieces that can be fit securely to offer functional seating.

The seat can be easily assembled and dismantled as needed, something which should come in handy in kids’ rooms or even playrooms. In a way, the Asterisk Stool offers an educational niche for kids in terms of cognitive development and tactile play.

The sto

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Ceci N’est Pas Une Table

Ceci N’est Pas Une Table

This is one weird looking table if you don’t read the story behind it. Rather, the Ceci N’est Pas Une table is something that was intentionally designed to look like it was being tortured or weirdly held together using a circular vise.

Though the ends which go through the vise seem to be “painful”, it is all actually in the design. The Ceci N’est Pas Une comes from British designer Toby Poolman wh

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Charlie Davidson Crane Lamps

Lamps come in various forms of artsy ideas but nothing close perhaps to what British designer Charlie Davidson has to offer. This is of course with reference to his Iconic Crane Lamps, something which was reportedly made to celebrate the passage of industrial art and lighting techniques.

Davidson makes use of die cast metal glass and polyurethane with this one

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The 4D Table

The 4D table is one that geeks and nerds are bound to find interesting. Although it does have some odd twists and turns with reference to its overall architecture, the 4D table was actually inspired by Albert Einsten’s theory on time.

The table features a mesh-type glass top which is said to represent the space time continuum and is ably supported beneath by four vectors. While I am not sure the table does offer some convenience as far as leg room

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Iron Joe Polar Bear Bookshelf

With the Iron Joe Polar Bear Bookshelf, you can place and organize your books on it in any which way you want. The odd shaped bookshelf creation features a high laminate body with a brushed back aluminum finish.

Other than that, the shelf is something that can closely resemble a bear at night and scare off some pranksters or kids who may be up to no good. A neat work of art as you can see but for $5,488, you may be better

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Vinyl Numbers Clock

An artist from Estonia has come up with another ideal time-telling piece for the home with the Vinyl Numbers Clock. This is another recycling masterpiece, taking old vinyl records and turning them into a work of art for showing the time.

Pavel Sidorenko took his artistic talent and professionally cut old vinyl records to produce this Vinyl Number Clock which is really something cool to have for any part of the home. Ideal for livi

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