Want sweetness and comfort? With the designer Keetra Dean Dixon and his "Anonymous Hugging Wall," a stranger takes you into his arms. Designed by the design studio Memux, this curtain is made of small concrete modules. An unexpected material for drape like no other. Imagined by the designer Kossi Aguessy for "Please Do Not Sit" exhibition at the Tools Galerie, the chair to the throne-like inspired by the architecture of skyscrapers and design stealth fighters. Ideal for stairs or the dark corridors, this bright and colorful smooth consists of LED tubes with very low heat emission. A concept created by designer Croatian Zoran Sunjic. Designed by the New York artist Kevin Cyr, the "Bike Camper" is a hybrid creation between bike and camper. Improbable and inspiring. Conceived by Inga Mrazauskaite, N-Matic is a light soft and pliable for performing complex and changing forms. Between Indian and attempts to cabin suspended, the Treepee can be used as a trampoline. Both shelter and playground, it has everything to seduce younger. Young Russian designer, Irina Shaposhnikova replicates and assembles the polygons to create his models, introducing structures and unusual volume in the clothing world. On the sidelines of Designer's Days 2009, Damien Gires and had LePlanB installation "Urban Seat". From clever additions that reinvent the existing street furniture.
Designed by the architecture firm Moorhead & Moorhead, this system of metal panels allows the creation of customizable and permeable suspended walls.