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Fadeout Chair | By Nendo

This is a very cool idea by Nendo, the appropriately named "Fadeout chair" has legs that seem to gently disappear s though the chair stands in a pool of mist or fog. The chair’s back and seat are wooden, and the clear acrylic legs are specially painted by craftsmen so that the wood grain appears to gradually fade away. Very clever



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MOGO | THE PORTABLE UPRIGHT SEAT | Image

MOGO | THE PORTABLE UPRIGHT SEAT

Focal, the creators of Upright Furniture, have introduced Mogo, the newest addition to their upright seating line. Also dubbed as "the Human Kickstand”, Mogo is a lightweight portable seat that goes with you any place you can think of, you can use it outdoors at a festival, at the sideline of the soccer field, bird watching… or indoors in the office at your desk or conference room doing your job in a posture halfway between standing and sitting. After your done,...
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YOY Depth Light | Image

YOY Depth Light

YOY, a Tokyo based design studio, and creators of the very cool Peel Wall Light, have introduced the YOY Depth Light, a photo that features a lantern that actually lights up. In addition to the central part of the lantern lighting up, the shadow created by the light illuminates the body of the lantern and the floor, bringing depth to the photo. The light-emitting wall art is a simple structure, the back of the photo is a transparent sheet that conceals a LED light a...
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Henson AL13 Razor | Image

Henson AL13 Razor

There are lots of great razors out there, with similar designs. But an overlooked aspect is how precisely they are made. The Henson Razor is designed to present the blade at the optimum shaving angle, with as little blade exposure as possible. The blade is exposed only 0.0013 inches - roughly a third of the thickness of a human hair. That is extremely difficult to manufacture, luckily, the team at Henson have been building parts for aerospace projects like satellite...
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