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This Week In Design

This Week In Design
Design & Architecture

PSFK compiles this past week's top design stories featuring inspired products, furniture and automobiles.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 5 may 2012

Here is a look at this past week’s standout design stories you shouldn’t miss.

Simplified example of bio-mimicry inspired design: Borghese Sofa by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance for La Chance (above)

Chairs manufactured from waste lumber: Broom Chair by Philippe Starck for Emeco

Outdoor furniture created with recycled food and drink packaging: Stephen Burks: Dala for Dedon

LED lamp uses its circuit board for structure: Nothing Lamp by Francisco Gomez Paz for Luceplan


Rethinking building materials to encourage nature habitats: Brick Biotope at FABRIKAAT: Bricks That Double as Bird Habitats Showcased in Milan

Laser cutting technology personalizes sushi: Lasercut Nori for Designer Sushi

Fashion wardrobes inspire updates to old furniture: Bernotat’s “Chair Wear” Line Gives Old Furnishings a New Wardrobe

Designer creates multitasking-friend chair: Wilmer T by Stefan Borselius

Simple accessory adapts wheelchairs and strollers to snow: Patrick Mayer: Wheelblades

Eyecandy: Mausolee Lek Sowat and Friends Video

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