Italian design studio Nucleo is all about experimentation and their design ethos is apparent in their new project, RESINITE. RESINITE adheres to Nucleo's policy of working with materials of the future. By employing resin, fiberglass and pigment as primary materials, the studio showcases an unique perspective that reconciles creativity with commercialization.
Those who are keen followers of the A&D world would be familiar with the works of renowned architect Lord Norman Foster. Foster who was behind the Swiss Re London headquarters and recipient of Pritzer Architecture Prize has designed the striking Arc Table. Made from glass, cement and organic fibers, the table is waterproof and has been designed for Molteni&C. A paradox of subtlety and drama, the Arch Table creates an unforgettable visual language and leaves quite an impact!
Post from Modern Arc Table By Lord Norman Foster
The new Versace Home Collection transports you to the Exotic East and each object in the collection screams decadence, luxury and style. The Sunburst Table and the Harem Chair are the piece de resistance since they are the perfect blend of craftsmanship and sophistication. The table has a crystal glass top and a base which is made of 14 elements while the Harem Chair consists of paisley printed cushions.
Works of industrial designer Tokujin Yoshioka are quintessentially modern and sculpturistic in nature and the the "Waterfall" Table is no different. Having the distinction of being the world's largest optical glass table, "Waterfall" once again solidifies Yoshioka position as one the most critically acclaimed Asian designers. Commissioned by a private gallery in Tokyo, "Waterfall" measures a whopping 4.5 meters and will be seen at the 'Spectrum' exhibition at Beyondmuseum in Seoul, Korea.