With the "George 3" chest of drawers and the "Anne" walnut table, the English designer Gareth Neal works on layers, blurs the contours of objects and disrupts our perception.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Interlübke has unveiled the new storage system. A sculptural creation and modular designed by Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher of Neuland Munich design studio.

Anna Iwansson and Régis Lemberthe from the A & Ré design studio work with concrete and wood, raw or reclaimed. Discover two of their creations.

To the editor Muuto Danish, the Swedish agency TAF Architects designed this wooden desk lamp. Simple and different.

The Dutch designer Anna Ter Haar amputate his chairs for their graft prostheses blown glass. Fragile in appearance, in her glass slipper, then takes the chair for Cinderella.
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