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Cork Block

This agglomerate by Amorim Composits, from a composition of cork particles with polyurethane both recycled and consolidated with a binder, is launched inside a metal mold and subjected to pressure and temperature resulting in a specific physical cohesion, elasticity and effective adherence when overlapped. That suggested a set of 9 blocks of different dimensions and shapes for a sofa with one or two seats. The physical and tactile qualities and the possibility to add upholstery solutions with different colors provides diferent confort and ambience solutions, achieving different comfort levels.

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Relstation

The word Relstation is created from the combination of two words relax and station. This design was inspired by a creature in nature called the woodlouse. The purpose of the project create a private and comfortable space for users. to improve the quality of the design, both normal and privacy modes, as well as bionic and ergonomic sciences have been used. The design is a kind of private resort, allowing the user to distance themselves from today's busy atmosphere and spend hours resting in complete peace.

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Porto

Frans Schrofer's Porto for Danish brand BoConcept, functions as a personal harbor of comfort, while visually communicating confidence, intelligence and elegance. A confluence of sculptural forms and converging angles, establish an ergonomically perfect support. The swivel mechanism with tilt function, allows for a relaxed 360 degrees panoramic experience, with recline or bounce. The generously proportioned elliptical headrest shields one from visual/auditory distractions during live or on-line conversations. Elevate the feet on the matching footrest to alleviate the weight of the day.

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Modern Chinese

Inspired by traditional Chinese armchair and Marcel Breuers's No. B33 chair, the Modern Chinese armchair seeks to disrupt the world of furniture design. By utilizing the CNC process technique, this chair is able to preserve the look of a traditional Chinese armchair but overcome the typical construction process, where wood pieces had to be connected through woodworking joints. Instead of the usual angular shape, the modern armchair possess a fluid and seamless form, mimicking the artistry and beauty of calligraphy strokes.

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Vitality

The new crown epidemic hits suddenly in early 2020, and working from home has become the norm in life. The epidemic not only caused people to lack exercise and their resistance gradually declined, but also caused people to panic. Vitality is a home fitness furniture product that helps people fight the epidemic and improve their health. The overall appearance of the product is clean and concise. It can be used as a bench at ordinary times and as a fitness bench when exercise is needed. The choice of multi-color can add a touch of bright color in the closed home and office environment.

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Multifunction

According to people's living habits, based on the principle of less is more, the multifunctional mirror provides people with a one-stop solution, allowing people to easily cope with every day. The appearance is simple, the geometric shape of the hook and the mirror are used as a coat rack with a mirror, the middle is a storage tray, which is adjustable, and the bottom has a mirror that can double as a secondary mirror, and the mirror surface can be adjusted to be flush with the mirror. Or turn it down when trying on shoes.

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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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