It’s a Party with Sarah Gibson and Nicholas Karlovasitis’ Confetti Range for DesignByThem

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                                Any collection that’s able to find a way to reuse plastic to create functional furniture deserves a party. Designed by <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Sarah Gibson and Nicholas Karlovasitis</a> for <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">DesignByThem</a>, the new <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Confetti Range</a> consists of tables, stools, benches, planters, armchairs, booths and lounges that use 100% recycled plastic, resulting in a collection that is fun and environmentally-friendly.
The recycled material is made up of 100% post-consumer and factory waste that is formed into tubes with no added fillers. The plastic components of each piece are extremely durable, easy to clean, and have a confetti-like pattern that we think can be seen as a modern, eco-friendly alternative to terrazzo. To see more of the Confetti Range, visit DesignByThem.
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Customizable Accent Furniture by Portugal-Based MARQQA

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                                Furniture shopping for a home can be a chore sometimes, especially when you feel as though you’ve seen the same pieces over and over again. It can be hard to find something that really speaks to your tastes, style and needs unless you go the custom or DIY route, and even then you still have a lot of design choices to make. Portugal-based furniture brand <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">MARQQA</a> wants to make furniture design easier for you so they’ve designed LIVING, a simple and easy furniture system that lets you build your own console tables, support tables, coat stands and tea trolleys that fit your preferences.
Sara Moura Martins, architect and founder of MARQQA, designed LIVING as a system to improve or add organization to your home and create designated places for your day-to-day objects (the ones you always have a hard time finding when the time comes, like your keys, wallet, or
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SP01’s 2018 Collaboration with London-Based Industrial Designer Tim Rundle

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                                <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">SP01’s</a> latest collaboration with London-based industrial designer <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Tim Rundle</a> pairs Italian-made quality with an Australian design approach. There are 10 new designs including armchairs, occasional tables, and mirrors, all of which are subtly influenced by different eras of Australian design. The collection, which uses an array of industrial materials like tubular steel and glass/brass/pewter finishes as well as jewel-toned velvet and classic marble, is sophisticated, glamorous and youthful all at once.
The Shu-Ying Armchair, with its luxurious gathered upholstery and curved frame, looks like it could be set against the backdrop of the Roaring 1920s in Shanghai or Sydney. The Caristo Armchair is a modern interpretation of the wingback chair that would be found in Palm Springs or a harbor-side home. Michelle is a family of mirrors that are related by its materials: steel, smoked mirror and marble. The Mohana tables are a series of modern tables that combine marble
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