A Short Walk through Tent London 2012

Here are some of the things that caught my eye at the design exhibition, Tent, in London last month.  

The vastness and flexibility of seating possibilities at the Prooff 005 Sit Table by Ben van Berkel, UNStudio.  "Hang upside-down.  Sit straight up.  Move, turn, work, read, consult or relax.  Alone or together," says the blurb.  Not sure about hanging upside down but the rest sound great, if you have the space.  A great piece of Dutch craftsmanship....


Ot.tosa pluma.cubic floor lights by Heke Bukefelder and Jan-Peter ER Sonntag reminded me of the trees in Dr Seuss' recent film The Lomax....
  www.pluma-cubic.com 
 and a gorgeous chunk of coffee table....


 Moving on to knitted everything....


knitted old sofas, and light fixtures.....


even recycled, knitted cinema seats (I hate the world 'upcycled')......


A totally different texture altogether in this mirror finish Aluminium Bench by Takes Fujita for andondesign.com...

and finally a simple, but stunning concrete clock "Facet, Time Piece" which won a 'Brilliant Design' award by JJF Studio.

www.jamiejoseffry.com 


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