The collection for Galerie Italienne is a true testimony to his panache to create original, striking work.The Table from Mattia Bonetti proves it.

Cone Speakers

Wed 04 2008


Mats Broberg and Johan Ridderstrale moved away from the black box-shaped speaker and created a set of white ceramic speakers utilising the symbol of sound as their inspiration. ‘It’s the universal icon of noise,’ says Ridderstrale of the truncated cone shape, which sits at the perfect angle to produce optimum sound.  Broberg Ridderstrale.

Just an amaising design  with curved plywood frame, wengè or white ribbed effect laminate finish door with gentle rose motifs. Paola Navone.cocon.jpg


A generously proportioned upholstery system or extended long sofa Slouch; it is upholstered in either quilted leather or quilted fabric which refers to the Honeycomb Prints on Tom Dixon‘s  laminate collection . The quilted pattern of the material was borrowed from high performance British sports and outdoor apparel, combining comfort with padding to create an extra plush seat.

The talent and her experience has come up with some beautiflu designs in glassware. For example this lamp is unique with it’s fine and perfect lines that is a true elegance model. Alison Berger .



Modular shelving that does not require anchoring into your walls, floors, or ceilings. A shelving system that expands and contracts to fill different size gaps. Peter Marigold.


Lovely Buttons

Thu 03 2008


Simple yet lovely button plates by Dutch designer Kiki Von Eijk inspired by a box of her grandmother’s buttons. A unique design with personality. button2.jpg

Edo Table

Tue 03 2008


An impeccably constructed ‘Edo’ table with an industrial look from  Hivemindesign.

Big Chill

Mon 03 2008


Designed by Vicente Soto, “Chill Out” sofa is comfortable and relaxed to it’s fullest . The seats pull out to add an extra 50cm of depth, the back has four settings, to allow you to be as upright or horizontal as you wish, and the covers are removable for cleaning. Teys .


Japanese engineer-turned-industrial designer Chiaki Murata creates products that are, simply put, dictated by human behaviour. The shapes, curves and dimensions feel right for users. He stripped the design of his ‘Cyclone’ cleaner down to the essentials and came up with a sensible, elegant appliance with no too-short cables (it’s cordless), no bulky hose (it tucks away) and the sveltest of handles. Metaphys .