Maarten Swivel Chair designed by Victor Carrasco

Maarten Swivel Chair

Maarten Swivel Chair

The Maarten Swivel Chair from Viccarbe is designed by Victor Carrasco, who has taken classic 70's influences to create this very versatile chair. It features gauged lacquered steel tube structure and a upholsterer seat. Maarten is available in a wide range of finishes that will make it at home in both public and private settings.


Free Standing Modern Bathtub with Book Storage

Free Standing Modern Bathtub with Book Storage 

Free Standing Modern Bathtub with Book Storage

This stunning modern free standing bath with with Internal Overflow from WS Bath Collection features room to store books and bathroom items. It is molded from Korakril an acylic resin mineral mix, that is hygenic, light proof and stain proof and gives a beautiful finish. Perfect for those whose take pleasure from a book in the bath.


Kissing Stags Bed Linen by Anorak

"Kissing Stags" is a rather funky graphic stag print with an edge that makes this duvet cover an eye catcher with plenty of character.

The Kissing Stags Bed Linen is available in both double and single sizes and a matching pillocase pair is also availble.


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Wingardh Architects, Sweden, are "committed to the artistic and poetic dimensions of architecture." This guest house and sauna, simply entitled The Mill House, is situated in Vastra Karup, rural southern Sweden, and adheres to this committment by its soul-enriching and sympathetic yet modernist design. Wingardh Architects are selling sanctuary, a rural idyll of a rustic retreat where clean, contemporaneity envelops traditional Swedish design.

Visit Wingardh Architects online at www.wingardhs.se

Via Trendir | Best House Design | Images © www.jamessilverman.co.uk


Madera Wooden Bathtub

Just the other day I was watching Taxidermia and thinking how cool it would be to have a wooden bathtub. Then, by George, what should appear on the net? Why, wooden bathtubs, of course! If you, too, long for bathtime to give you wood, try a Madera wood bathtub by WS Bath Collections. These beautiful free-standing designs are available in several shapes - inlcuding round, square and oval - and are a elegantly rustic addition to any bathroom. Choose your tub in beech, mahogany, walnut or one of the other many choices and experience the beauty that hand-crafted solid wood sculpture can bring to your bathroom. Available Here


Fonteyn Dressing Table by Steuart Padwick

The Fonteyn dressing table by Steuart Padwick is described as being, "Inspired by a dancer's poise" and presumably named after English ballerina Margot Fonteyn.

Fonteyn Dressing Table by Steuart Padwick

The piece is part of the English designer's partnership with made.com to bring the aesthetics of his own bespoke furniture to the masses. A mission which has proved so successful it's spawned nine pieces. Fontyn features matt finish walnut contrasted with high gloss red lacquer draw fronts and mid-century inspired lines. To find out more or purchase visit made.com.


The Globe From Vauni

Powered by the most advanced ethanol burner, the Globe from Vauni is a free-standing, chimney-free fireplace that can rotate 360 degrees on its 'foot', so you can experience the pleasure of your home fire wherever you choose to sit. Simple and safe to use, this concrete-lined pod of fire can be regulated with a built-in control. Absolutely no compromise on aesthetics; Vauni - global warming at its finest.

The Globe From Vauni

Globe is Vauni and viewable at selected showrooms.

Via: Cube Me


Waters Edge - Contemporary Lakeside Homes

The Waters Edge Development is set at the heart of the Cotswold water park not far from the former Roman settlement of Cirencester. Each of the homes offer completely unobstructed views from the large decks built directly over the lake.

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 "The properties have been designed to offer unrivalled breadth, light and wide open spaces. However, the most distinctive feature of any Waters edge property is its frontage. Unobstructed views from the interior complement decking that runs directly along the edge of the 28 acre lake. The relationship between a Waters edge home and its environment is integral to making this development so special."

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 The houses take cues from continental modernism, something still rare in the UK, with its stringent planning regulations (which somehow stop innovation under the pretext of making things in-keeping with the area, but allow the larger developers to fill the country with horrific mock Tudor and Georgian pastiche, built from plans that have probably been lying around since the late 70's)

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The Cotswold Water Park is Britain's largest wetland nature reserve (It is man-made however, the lakes being former quarries)

The homes come with the restriction that you can only be in residence a maximum of 11 months of the year. Making these most suitable to those in the market for a second home in the Cotswolds. 

While I personally think it is slightly disheartening that these are "second" homes, it's great to see contemporary house design being deployed on a slightly larger scale in the UK.  One would hope this will help the case for individuals, architects and developers looking to build contemporary homes for family residence throughout the nation.


Doral Il Loft

This rather fetching table with a throw-back mid century modern vibe is from Il Loft, the furniture design company of Italian design supremo Giorgio Saporiti. His pieces have a really distinct aesthetic in which eye-catching, somewhat provocative colours play a central role. This particular table “Doral” is actually somewhat subdued in tone compared to some of the other pieces from Il Loft, but complements the collection perfectly.

Visit Il Loft, to see more.

 


N Table

It’s easy to see why this table design has been named Ñ, or perhaps it should be more appropriately typed “n”. Ñ is a practical auxiliary table designed by Rafa Garcia for Spanish design house Sancal. The design features a wheeled “pouf” that can be used for extra seating, housed under a lacquered n-shaped table. Ñ is available in 9 different shades ranging from cream to red. 

For more information and stockists, visit Sancal


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