"Wooden Carpet" by Elisa Strozyk -- a reinterpretation of a floor covering that can change between 2 and 3 dimensions
The "Klara" chair by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso -- with its never-ending combinations of textures, colours and beautiful construction, in wicker, teal and red. This chair is my absolute favourite object of the whole fair.
It can be difficult to convincingly develop a project that has a strong character like Shay Alkalays "Pivot" console for Arco -- the 2011 collection at Design Post showed the principle sensitively expanded into a desk and vanity table. The project maintains its essence while taking on a whole new direction.
Changing the common orientation of bookshelves from vertical to horizontal brings a unusually casual character to Studio Parade's "Paperback Bookshelf."
"Totem" by Vincent Van Duysen -- a monolithic cabinet with a surprising twisting mechanism.
Bordbar brings the pared back beauty of airline trolleys to the domestic interior at the IMM.
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