There's a pretty nice-looking, little kid bed in the shape of a Korean bootie. But this molded ply chair/train, Gicha, is the sweetest piece in Seoul design studio KamKam's Protection collection, which debuted in 2011 at the Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation furniture exhibition.
Arumjigi is charged with preserving and honoring Korean tradition and culture, which is why they invited ten designers and firms to create furniture for a new bauhaus in Korea.
Helvey Design Studio has created a series of furniture built to last a lifetime. Their FIRST Collection has been designed with the principals of simplicity, minimalism and quality craftsmanship. Each piece is handcrafted in San Dieg... Read Post
Alright, this is pretty sweet. Chicago kids designer/author Alyson Beaton is using Kickstarter to launch lille huset, a collection of flatpack, slot-together dollhouses made from paperboard and birch ply. They're somewhere between p... Read Post