Dreams cabinet designed by Cristian Zuzunaga for BD Barcelona.
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A puzzle with more than one solution.
Together with design studio Yonoh, Sancal presents a unique program of occasional tables and seating solutions. Clara and Alex are both from Valencia, a Spanish city renowned for its ceramic tiles, so it seems only fitting that this provided the inspiration for the piece.
Mosaico is a puzzle that can be used to solve a range of different spatial constraints. The bases are made of ash and are available in five measurements upon which marble or wooden tops can be fitted as well as upholstered seat cushions. The optional backs enable the pieces to be transformed into mini-sofas.
The hexagonal piece enables, amongst other possibilities, the creation of compositions that make closed loops. The corner angle adds an element of sinuosity to the design with its curved side.Share on Facebook
Designed by Mariví Calvo, Koi is a huge carp made of light and wood, a spectacular light structure, half-lamp, half-sculpture.
The inspiration for this wonderful idea came from an interlacing wood system and the transparencies it produced when lit. The system, consisting in the overlaying of wooden slats as if they were fish scales, is called the “Koi Fabric”, and was used for making iluminated walls.
The result is a stunning handcrafted piece measuring more than three metres from head to tail. Koi consists of a wooden frame, constructed using traditional Valencian carpentry techniques, which supports the skin made of dozens of small wood veneer pieces.
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Balans is a beautiful little table. ‘Balans complements the Artifort collection perfectly,’ says designer Khodi Feiz. ‘Balans has a design aesthetic that explores different colours, materials and finishes. You can use Balans as a stand-alone coffee table or to create a colourful collection of tables in your living room, which is an interesting alternative to using a bigger table. Balans will also look great in your bedroom as a classic side table for your bedside reading lamp.’