Gallery: London Design Festival 2010: The Best of Designersblock

A closeup shot of the Kranium.

Made in Peckham is a furniture range by Hendzel & Hunt, made of pieces taken and found on local streets and reclamation yards in the designer’s own area.

Chooi Leng Tan presented two products for taking gardens into compact living conditions. This version is called the Vertical Herb Garden.

Brick Habitat sheds light on how cities tend to hinder animal life and offers an oasis where humans and critters can co-exist. The bricks are pre-shaped like small habitats for birds and squirrels.

Bodging Milano is a project executed by nine designers going back to the roots of traditional woodworking methods. The result of six days of chair making is exhibited in the foyer of Designersblock.

James Carroll has a passion for giving new life to things most people would discard. He presented a whole collection of personal and thought-provoking products like this cheeky “porcelain” table.

+ London Design Festival


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1 Comment

  1. Modular_Thailand September 29, 2010 at 6:33 am

    The design of bird and squirrel habitat is nice. Today, we disturbed our wildlife-friends by destroying their home with our dream home and innovative facility. Sure, we have a lot of ways to show that you care about the environment. But, this concept is One of the simplest ways that homeowner can help the homeless animal.


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