Here’s a video of our favorite designer modern wall units from Europe. Enjoy.
Jasper Van Grootel, a Dutch modern furniture designer founded his company in 2005 and has made quite a mark on the International design community ever since. JSPR is a creativity and craftsmanship hub featuring designer furniture that border on the unusual and often amalgamate unrelated elements into a whole that stands differentiated. Most of JSPR products are relatively simple, a notion that was purposely put forth as a guiding product development principle, yet their quirky nature and disposition that challenges the expected, draws out a sense of pleasant surprise and appreciation for the product and the functional concept behind it.
Below is a video of our favorite modern platform beds.
At the 2010 Milan International Furniture Fair, Sicis – a powerful and trendy Italian furniture design house that revolutionized and modernized the ancient art of mosaic, introduced and consequently brought about a wave of raised eyebrows, its newest product extension and a brand new way to incorporate mosaic as an art form into everyday life.
Designed by Carla Tolomeo, Sicis Next Art Collection includes limited edition chairs and settees, like sculptures and aesthetically magnificent works of art, this stunning collection is epitomized through creativity and artistry collectively designed to transcend expected utility of mosaic in every way. The collection is exotic, surreal and metaphorical in shape, name and consistency; it celebrates mosaic in a way that is entirely new without letting it appeal foreign and outlandish.
Joanna Opalska, an up and coming Polish furniture designer is full of brilliancy and innovation. The mastermind behind Opa Design, Joanna’s most recognizable innovation is the multifunctional tile collection which includes white porcelain square 6″x6″ wall tiles which, individually and collectively serve a purpose that’s far greater than just covering a wall with texture. Each tile offers an independent function, be it a vase, a hanger, a container, key holder and even a lamp and represents distinctive design and textural façade. When pieced together, these tiles take on a puzzle-like impression, arrangement of which is driven by functional fulfillments and stylistic dispositions.