Rum Sans is a beautifully delicate typeface by Village’s own Incubator. Designer Trine Rask used repeating counters and small details to make the typeface flow at both the text size and display sizes. Rum, Danish for ‘space,’ is also available in a serif typeface; both variations complete with alternative character sets, ligatures and swashes.
Urban Seed is a stunning project by Caroline Morris, a 2012 grad of Auburn University’s Graphic Design program. Not much information about the project but it is truly beautiful.
I have just feel in love with a watch, the amazingly beautiful VIOD V03 watch by Swedish designer David Ericsson. The elegant form and minimalist approach to the design of the V03 watch are toped off by the simple pop of red of the watch’s alarm hand. Featuring a stainless steel construction, leather band, and mineral crystal face.
Available for 275 € (about $360.00) direct from VOID Watches.
The modular desk organizer, designed by London based design Hector Serrano for the Italian company Seletti, is made from white porcelain and comes in 3 variations, Warehouse, Ship, and City. The pieces can either be used separately or organized together to create your own architecture.
The Stammtisch Table, designed by Zürich-based designer Alfredo Häberli for the Dutch furniture company Quodes, is a simplified solid wood dining table with over sized metal joinery. The table was named one of the winners of the 2013 Interior Innovation Award.
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The brilliantly simple and elegant Press Stool by the young designer Matt Shaw combines a CNC bent steel frame with a solid oak seat and ties it all together with a single loop of 5 ton webbing and ratchet buckle.
As part of DesignEast02, Zürich based design firm Kueng Caputo, Lovis Caputo & Sarah Kueng, donated the design to an ingenious hanging shelf called ‘Flying Shelf.’
DesignEast, a design conference in Osaka, Japan, ran a make-your-own-furniture workshop to raise money for Earthquake relief in their region by selling plans to simple designs that are then manufactured out of debris from the destruction.