Nature can be the ultimate source for inspiration. Every creator has at least once looked at it’s beauty and found his next idea.
We have been caught by some of these ideas and would like to share them with you.
The Forest Rug from Angela Adams is one of the most amazing carpets ever made. Dedicated to celebrating a natural lifestyle, Angela is inspired by the timeless beauty of nature and the ever-changing landscape of Maine.
The Dutch Company “Studio Floris Wubben” tries to get the most out of the applied materials and craftsmanship within every design. They find it interesting that the result in designs will not directly be related to functional objects, but rather being viewed as sculptural objects. Their designs enable furniture and nature to co-operate together into ultimate harmony.
The Bloom table prominently displays the life of the tree amid the clean solid resin tabletop. It is a unique blend of the artificial into the natural.
Hyphae is a collection of 3D printed artifacts constructed of rhizome-like networks. Inspired by the vein structures that carry fluids through organisms from the leaves of plants to our own circulatory systems, Nervous System created a simulation which uses physical growth principles to build sculptural, organic structures.
Atomic suspension lamp is a spot-on interpretation of the atomic age design. A set of glossy black and gold plated round shades, aligned by an asymmetric composition to enhance non-conventional molecular forms.
KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes, not only in water gardens but also in Irezumi practice or, most commonly, in tattoos. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the set of KOI tables with table tops in glass or marble that you can choose to better fit in your ambiences. The KOI scales from the sides of the tables shine and reflect – on its brass surface – the sun caught throughout the clear water.
Roxy Towdry-Russell’s Medusae lighting collection features 4 different kinds of Jellyfish inspired pendants. Each ambient light piece was created with an attempt to bring awareness of the looming plastic that’s carelessly disposed of in our oceans. The delicate polyester mylar pieces of these pendants are laser cut.