Single Scatter | Candy for…

Design | February 1, 2012

Single Scatter | Candy for Public Space Furniture for public space mostly consists out of a long or short bench made out of steel or wood, preferably accompanied by a garbage bin and a streetlight. Contemporary public space, however, demands flexibility in composition and use. Furniture to scatter around. Read more

RIVA 1920

Design | November 28, 2011

RIVA 1920 We have been working for years on this project: creating furniture that challenges time and respects nature. Riva 1920 has been producing furniture for three generations. Anna, Maurizio and Davide Riva are currently leading the company, started off by granfather Nino Romano in 1920 and carried on by their father Mario Riva. In […] Read more

Worldwide crowdfunding campaign by Fousse®

Design | November 28, 2011

Dutch furniture brand Fousse®, winner of the ICFF Studio Award, is launching a campaign this november together with American crowdsourcing platform IndieGoGo, to bring one their products to the U.S. market and beyond. Fousse® is on a mission to make the world prettier by creating playful furniture. To that end, Fousse® produces a rocking loungechair […] Read more

Luce – design by Tommaso…

Design | September 14, 2011

“Luce” – design by Tommaso Pedone “I wanted to bring the entire sky in one hand, protect me with the sun” “Luce” is a series of jewelry designed on the concept of specularity of the visible. A ring that recalls the shape of the human eye, an elegant oval-volume, balanced, devoid of all superfluous decoration. […] Read more

Jacco Maris Design

Design | August 29, 2011

Jacco Maris Design Montone Cohesive force. Ultimate coordination. Unity in balance. Enchanting effect. Moment of contemplation. The montone collection consists of light features that are as striking as they are graceful, with continuous, twisting shapes. The various models are made of brushed or highly polished stainless steel (in various colours) and opaline glass. The continuous […] Read more

Jacco Maris Design

Design | August 3, 2011

Jacco Maris Design The Outsider Unusual outsider. Silent witness. Robust charm. Impressive aura. Illuminating element. The outsider is an imposing lamp for indoor and outdoor use; an intriguing object that combines decorative simplicity with a hefty dose of robust charm.   The pedestal and the arched frame are made of powder-coated steel and the shade […] Read more

Jacco Maris Design

Design | July 20, 2011

Jacco Maris Design Solo Frozen motion. Natural warmth. Vital beauty. Pure simplicity. Understated character. With its minimalist design, solo does not outspokenly call attention to itself, but in all its purity it has a quiet presence all of its own. The lamp is cast and polished by hand, which makes each one unique. Solo is […] Read more

Jacco Maris Design

Design | July 6, 2011

Jacco Maris Design – Maximum Light Features using Minimum Materials Making something from nothing and creating optimum designs from minimal amounts of materials. This is the inspiring basic concept that underlies the creation, since 1994, of the exceptional light features of Jacco Maris. These are unique objects that combine powerful and exciting looks with graceful […] Read more

Share your Design Products with…

Design | June 23, 2011

Share your Design Products with the World It’s LIQUID offers you the possibility of sending press releases to over 60,000 qualified subscribers. Among them design companies, design stores, international collectors, consultants, advisers, architects, designers, critics, curators, dealers and other personalities of the International art, architecture and design world. Database demographics: 40% in North America, 45% […] Read more

prop lamp

Design | April 26, 2011

The Prop has been designed to a strict brief of efficiency both in use of material as well as energy, whilst still retaining a high aesthetic appeal.  Completely manufactured in the UK for this first edition, the Prop is perfectly timed as consumers balance cost, both financially and environmentally with the desire for beauty. Read more

praktrik 4×3 table

Design | April 1, 2011

PRAKTRIK is a new brand that focuses on sophistication free design. The production is getting more and more hi-tech, the details more and more complicated and specific for each manufacturer. We think there is still space for movement in the opposite direction! Read more

ZzZen by Fousse

Design | March 17, 2011

Fousse, a new Dutch design label, is on a mission to promote playful design; furniture that makes people smile. The ZzZen, Fousse’s new loungechair, certainly achieves this with its low but very comfortable seating position and versatility. This chair rocks in all directions and can be used indoor and outdoor. Read more

join by ding3000

Design | February 18, 2011

JOIN by DING3000 Hanover-based studio DING3000 (Carsten Schelling, Sven Rudolph and Ralf Webermann) have designed JOIN, a set of cutlery that includes a fork, spoon and knife, which also doubles as a sculptural decoration for the dining table. Read more

fluid vase by supabold

Design | February 4, 2011

Supabold announces the launch of Fluid Vase – Action Becomes Object SINGAPORE – Fluid Vase is now available for purchase at, via an online interface where users can create their own editions. Designed by simulating water action, the concept is to turn the process of pouring water into a vase, into the actual vase […] Read more

bLoomx® . modular decorative element

Design | January 28, 2011

bLoomx® modular decorative element bLoomx® by HARTA DESIGN has been firstly designed as a carpet, but it is a versatile furnishing accessory. You can give it different shapes, colours (19 colours available) and functions; depending on your needs, bLoomx® can be a centrepiece, a  bedspread or even a room divider. You can always change bLoomx®’s […] Read more

the octopus chair – maximo…

Design | January 24, 2011

The Octopus Chair – Maximo Riera The Octopus Chair belongs to a much bigger project by the artist called, The Animal Chair Collection, which constitutes a diverse range of species, where furniture and animal are the main components. Each creation retains the animal’s natural vitality  whilst being totally biological accurate in their appearance. This series  […] Read more

ionic bench – laurie beckerman

Design | January 11, 2011

Ionic Bench – Laurie Beckerman The Ionic Bench is inspired by the capital of an Ionic column. Instead of the look of dense stone, the lines of the form are extracted to create a light, spacious and resilient bench in which a person sits in the middle – framed on either side by two big, […] Read more

flip & tumble

Design | January 9, 2011

Flip & Tumble The founders of flip & tumble, Hetal Jariwala and Eva Bauer, initially met while attending Stanford University’s Product Design program in 2007. While in school, they discovered that they shared a unique interest in solving everyday problems in clever, simple, joyful ways.  After working in the design field for a few months […] Read more

hermès – rive gauche by…

Design | December 21, 2010

Image Courtesy of Hermès Hermès – Rive Gauche by RDAI After one hundred and seventy years on the right bank, Hermès has decided to cross the Seine and embrace the future with a new store at 17 Rue de Sèvres in the ritzy Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood of Paris. The new store has come to life in […] Read more

areaware menorah – josh owen

Design | December 1, 2010

Areaware Menorah – Josh Owen Traditional in construction and modern in conception, the Areaware Menorah is elegant and functional. It has an incorporated plate which catches the drippings from the candles and provides a safe resting place for a used match while it is still hot. It is made of solid cast iron and has […] Read more

tommaso pedone – excaliburn #2

Design | November 22, 2010

Tommaso Pedone – “LeSpade” Design Collection – Excaliburn #2 “…é una vita che lo cerco…”   c/o Galleria Luisa delle Piane, Milan November 21, 2010 – December 24, 2010 “EXCALIBURN” #2 A serie of sideboards and wardrobes inspiring to ancient swords, redesigned with a rigorous graphical point of view. All finished in laminated mirror sheets […] Read more

frangipani light shade – joug…

Design | October 26, 2010

Frangipani light shade NZ designers Helen Stipkovits and Jelle Nijdam from Joug Design create a stunning light shade that resembles an array of Frangipani flowers. The Frangipani light shade can be described as cylindrical light shade with a surface comprising of a complex array of symmetrical interlocking elements forming a soft 3D surface. With illumination […] Read more

lzf – armadillo lamp

Design | October 18, 2010

Spanish lighting company Lzf recently exhibited the Armadillo lamp during Valencia Design Week. The Armadillo pendant lamp is made from dozens of wood veneer squares. Lzf uses polywood, a technique they developed using wood veneers and treating it with a polymer to seal it and strengthen it. This technique allows the veneer to bend in […] Read more

design lubloy

Design | September 17, 2010

DesignLubloy   DesignLubloy is a designstudio which concentrates on usefull objects in glass, porcelain and ceramic. Zoltan Lubloy is the founder who finished his studies at Moholy-Nagy University of Art & Design Budapest and works as a freelancer in ceramic field & as a lecturer as well. His imagination can be described as a mixture […] Read more


Design | September 10, 2010

Junko & Yasumasa Shiba – Shibaya Yasumasa Shiba, born in 1972 in Shizuoka (Japan) starts working with stone in the family company. He wanted to pursue a career in this field and was now sufficiently trained to do so. Then, he passed a national trade skill test in Japan. Junko Shiba, born in 1972 in […] Read more

ongo seat

Design | September 6, 2010

World debut: ONGO® Seat the design stool for active sitting with acoustic feedback (Stuttgart) Modern man, once a hunter-gatherer who was constantly on the move, is increasingly becoming a “sitter”, suffering from the concomitant lack of exercise and back problems. The background is well known, as is the road to improvement: more exercise and healthy […] Read more

azimut industries

Design | August 11, 2010

Azimut Industries Christian Girard more info Christian Girard February 2, (1926 – 2008), Christian Girard was born in Toulouse. 1944, he joins the free forces of the French Army. 1946/47 he becomes chief decorator of the French occupation troops in Germany. 1949 he creates his agency in Paris. 1962, he’s introduced to Maurice Casanova, during […] Read more

octavio amado – designer

Design | August 10, 2010

Octavioamado – designer more info Born in Argentina, the designer Octavio Amado is known worldwide for his creations and installations of a stongly suggestive character. A painter and a sculptor in origin, Octavio Amado sees light as a primary source of confort, pleasure and a causer of sensations. Read more

BGM project

Design | August 9, 2010

BGM project Daily life wall clock This wall clock doesn’t indicate time by numbers and hands. Instead, the figures of a grandmother, grandchild and dog represent hours, minutes and seconds. Silhouettes of nature and daily life are arranged around the clock, and each figure moves through these scenes to represent the time. Read more

òli jóhann àsmundsson

Design | July 2, 2010

Óli Jóhann Ásmundsson Ojadesign Architect designer Óli Jóhann Ásmundsson was born 1940 in Reykjavík Iceland. He completed both his college studies and apprendiceship as a carpenter in 1961. He studied architecture at Nottingham University UK and graduated as an architect 1967. Besides working as an architect, Asmundsson has devoted much of his professional life […] Read more