Saint Petersburg designer Yaroslav Misonzhnikov has designed a table lamp named Ugol.

The lamp is putting on the angle and rests inclined by it’s weight, then the angle between lamp and the table depends on the thickness of the table itself. Ugol means “corner” In Russian language. The object is projected for recently founded by the designer himself Saint-Petersburg producer Imenno-design. The lamp will be realized in a limited edition and released in Saint-Petersburg and Moscow boutiques and also on-line in Imenno-design brand shop in the web.

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Alvar Aalto (Finland 1898-1976), Stool 60 for Artek, 1933

Alvar Aalto (Finland 1898-1976), Stool 60 for Artek, 1933

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16 Animal Puzzle | Enzo Mari

16 Animal Puzzle | Enzo Mari

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Dieter Rams - Good Design is as Little Design as Possible

Dieter Rams - Good Design is as Little Design as Possible

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AMG V12 Turntable

AMG V12 Turntable

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Jónófón 2

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Marco Zanuso, Vortice Ariante fan, 1970s
From this Flickr of plastic design items form the 60s and 70s
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Marco Zanuso, Vortice Ariante fan, 1970s

From this Flickr of plastic design items form the 60s and 70s

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Related, this superb chair

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natural swimming pools - uses plants to filter the water instead of chemicals

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Wishing to expand the Spanish city of Barcelona in a way which contrasts with the old congested and epidemic-prone town, urban planner Ildefons Cerdà designed this 19th century extension: the ‘Eixample’. Eixample’s design uses a grid pattern with long streets, wide avenues, and rounded street corners in order to provide improved living conditions for its inhabitants, which includes increased lighting and ventilation within homes, more green space for public use, and seamless transport capabilities. Today, Eixample is home to approximately 262,000 people (according to recent figures).

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One for All is a storage system that makes use of standardized, stackable plastic boxes 

One for All is a storage system that makes use of standardized, stackable plastic boxes 

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