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WRONG FOR HAY is a new design venture. A collaboration between Danish design brand HAY and London-based designer Sebastian Wrong.
Wrong for hay participated in 100% Design, ( the commercial cornerstone event of the London Design Festival).

Maarten De Ceulaer creates mutation series furniture fit to upstage the X-Men.
Made by placing spheres of upholstered foam in an agreeable configuration and then coating the finished piece with rubber to hold it together.


An Outstanding Pair of Patchwork Gold-Bronze Cityscape Settees by Paul Evans.


With this clean design Naoto demonstrates his feeling for proportions and details. Grande Papilio armchair was carved out of the trunk of a single upside-down cone and it contains an additional component: the swivel chair base which provides a 360 view of the room.


Nendo designed the cabbage chair in 2008 for XXIst Century Man exhibition curated by Issey Miyake to commemorate the first anniversary of 21_21 Design Sight in Roppongi, Tokyo.


Maarten De Ceulaer created the Leather Collection was inspired by the designer’s great passion for travelling and exploring the world. Towers and asymmetric compositions are made of suitcases and briefcases in precious leathers.


Hervé Van der Straeten is a live icon of design today, a jewelry designer, furniture designer, industrial designer, and overall a gallery owner of his own Object d’Art pieces.


Boca do Lobo conceived The Newton a console inspired by the newton dining table a exclusive piece of furniture.  This intriguing console is ideal for any modern living rooms, bedrooms and hotel lobbies characterized by luxury interior design furnishings.


French design brand Roche Bobois commissioned industrial designer Cedric Ragot to create a furniture and
accessories collection.


Tom Dixon created the cell tall pendat a light that mimics cellular growth which can be used in multiple, geometric configurations.
Each Cell is made from layers of minutely etched, polished brass filtering light rays to throw a satisfyingly dappled glow casting intricate shadows on walls, floors and ceilings.

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