Posts Tagged ‘Inspirational Design of the Week’
Posted in Cool Design of the Week, Inspirational Design of the Week by Brittany on October 15th, 2014

We know that children grow up quickly, and this means that the products designed for babies are not the same as those designed for toddlers, or kindergarteners. But what if they were?

Design company Dot and Cross has created a line of products that change, to adapt to the different stages of growing up. From a crib that transforms into a bed, to an art easel that transforms into a desk, these products are designed to last.

The products are all built to work together, from the moment you are designing a baby’s room to the moment you are redesigning for those teenage years. The simple design and neutral, solid colors make it easy to work with this furniture for years.






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Via Fast Company

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Posted in Inspirational Design of the Week, Just Cool by Courtney on December 27th, 2012

We found this very cool lamp, designed by Sebastian Bergne for Luceplan Spa, and thought it was perfect for our Inspirational Design series! We love how unique, and unconventional this fixture is. It resembles a work of art far more than it resembles a lamp. Via Design Milk:

The design of the Curl table lamp combines both the light source and the light’s reflector into one curvy piece. Designed by Sebastian Bergne for Luceplan Spa, the unconventional lamp uses what’s known as “tuneable” LED lighting to adjust the white light temperature from 2400˚ to 3500˚ kelvin.

Perfect for ambient lighting, the fixture does away with the typical lamp base so it can stand in various ways giving it a sculptural quality.

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