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Malafor’s blow-up style furniture made of Tyvek®

Combining the best properties of paper, film and fabric, Tyvek® is ideal for a wide range of applications, including furniture. This incredibly versatile material offers plenty of opportunities for designers with its tear-resistant and durable construction, made 100% of polyethylene. Malafor, a Polish design duo created a series of award-winning blow-up style chairs and sofas with this special material. We like! 9a1f48b32aa0ea935015b97ff5b4ee29

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Highlights of the Milan Design Week 2013

Milan Design Week is one of the biggest design events, in the fields of furniture, architecture and product design. Every year hundreds of designers and studios showcase their latest products and innovations in Milan, in the end of April. As the dust has just settled down after this years event, we are in awe of all the incredible designs exhibited. We want to show you our favorites of the bunch, check out who made the shortlist!  mdw-main

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Gù Chair by From Yuhang

Paper and furniture design is rarely thought of in the same sentence, as the strength the object can behold is often questioned. And even though there’s great cardboard furniture being designed, and it usually has a distinct feel of lightness, mobility and the ecological value, it is often missing the sense of high design. However, in the modern Gù Chair by From Yuhang design collective, bamboo paper pulp is used in the finest way! gu-main Continue reading