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19.02.10  Water Play by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

Presented at Idéobain lounge by Delpha, the set of elements for bathroom "Play Water" is signed Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. A range of modular furniture and modular, different and colorful.

19.02.10  DNA Stair from Studio PHA

For the Institute of Genetics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, the January Sestak and Marek Deyl Studio PHA architects created this staircase is completely transparent grilles and steel cables. Steel also, the handrail folds and stands as a nod to the helical structure of DNA.

19.02.10  Juxtaposed: Power par Mike and Maaike

San Francisco designers Mike and Maaike came up with this hollowed-out wooden shelf for seven founding books on power and society. A creation made for the Californian gallery Blankblank.

18.02.10  Söderöra by Tham & Videgård

In the Stockholm archipelago, Tham & Videgard Architects imagined this summer house. A volume covered with black roof panels, an interior dressed in white wood, in the heart of the Swedish forest.

18.02.10  Leuchtick Samuel Treindl

The German designer has designed this articulated and versatile lamp. His foot folding and hinged shade allow its use as lamp or place it in equilibrium against a wall. Its extra long cable, wrapped around his foot, lets move freely.

18.02.10  Villa Santos by U15

North of Lausanne in the Swiss countryside, Eligio Novello of U15 architecture firm has designed this home to sharp lines. A long concrete blade, sharp, between the road and the horizon.

17.02.10  Tutoring by Aurelien Veyrat

The designer Aurelien Veyrat devised with this Tanguy Nguyen hybrid object between potted plant and lighting. With "Tutoring", the lamp serves as a growth medium. A surprising and clever alliance.

17.02.10  The theater Liotja by Mecanoo

At Lerida in Spain, the Dutch architectural firm Mecanoo just completed the construction of this theater and convention center. A stone vessel landed in the mountainous and rocky landscape of the city.

17.02.10  24 parts in a

Gary Chang, Hong-Kong of 46 years, transformed his studio 32 square meters in an amazing living space. Multiplying the technical tips, the space changes according to times of the day and offers an impressive number of uses for such a surface.

16.02.10  Dito From Scratch in Place Design

Until March 6 2010, the collective Dito is exposed in Paris at the Lieu du Design. Inaugurated last night, "Dito From Scratch" gives us the opportunity to discover sketches, models and latest designs of these 10 young designers and learn more about their method of collective work and open. An approach at odds with the surrounding star system.

16.02.10  Hi Soon by Matali Crasset

In Paris, on the occasion of the exhibition Ideobain 2010, Matali us his vision of the bathroom. With the "Hi Soon" installation, it offers a light structure bent wood, a plant open space which coincides with that of the chamber.

16.02.10  Freedom by Ross Lovegrove

On the Idéobain 2010 living in Paris, the sanitary manufacturer VitrA presented the Freedom range devised by designer Ross Lovegrove. A collection asymmetric, hi-tech and organic consisting of light valves temperature control, sinks, a toilet and a bidet.

15.02.10  Bohermore Boyd Cody Architects House by

In Graiguenamanagh, a small village in the Irish countryside, the Boyd Cody agency has made this little concrete house. An architecture of faults, with crenellated contours, drawing fine spaces between interior and exterior, drawing the landscape into the heart of the living space.

15.02.10  Animal by Quentin de Coster

Student in industrial design at Liege, Quentin de Coster shows us "Animal", his latest creation. Furniture for children in maple, inspired by the imagination and drawings of the smallest.

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