Gallery: MATILDA: Australia’s Brightest at the 2010 London Design Festi...

 
Julie Paterson (Cloth) finds abandoned furniture in the Australian Outback and up-cycles it into one-of-a-kind custom-upholstered creations such as the One Armed Farm Chair.

Brian Steendyk’s Yhi 720 bamboo pendant lamps use 18 watt compact fluorescent light bulbs, are 100% recyclable, and are flat-packed to minimize their environmental impact.

Luxxbox‘s Brainwash Bench is formed from a single piece of steel.

Trent Jansen’s Kissing Pendants remain off when the fixtures hang separately. When the Kissing Pendants are nudged together, a magnetic reed switch turns both lights on simultaneously.

These stackable dove stools by Brian Steendyk are a convenient way to introduce dynamic design to your home. Their space-saving forms are inspired by the flight of a dove.

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  1. Radiant Yhi Pendant Lam... October 5, 2010 at 2:46 pm

    [...] on shipping costs while cutting down on carbon emissions. One of our favorite designs from the Matilda Exhibition at the 2010 London Design Festival, the lamps capture the spirit of aboriginal culture with their [...]

  2. Radiant Yhi Pendant Lam... October 5, 2010 at 2:46 pm

    [...] on shipping costs while cutting down on carbon emissions. One of our favorite designs from the Matilda Exhibition at the 2010 London Design Festival, the lamps capture the spirit of aboriginal culture with their [...]

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