Konstantin Grcic: Kanu chair for Cassina, Italy 2008
Konstantin Grcic: Teepee chair for Cassina, Italy 2008
Tokujin Yoshioka: 'Heaven' armchair for Cassina, Italy 2008
Stefan Diez: 'Chassis" chair (steel frame with a leather hide seat and back) for Wilkhahn, Germany, 2008
Maria Berntsen: 'Quack' Thermo cup crafted in polypropylene and steel. Made by Georg Jensen, Denmark, 2008
Maria Berntsen: 'Quack' Sugar bowl, creamer and tray crafted in polypropylene. Made by Georg Jensen, Denmark, 2008
Helle DamkÃ¦r: 'Cocktail' Ice bucket crafted in stainless steel and mouth-blown glass. Made by Georg Jensen, Denmark, 2008
Zaha Hadid 'Mesa'
Karim Rashid 'Bokka'
Brodie Neill 'E-turn'
Karim Rashid 'Floob'
Osko & Deichmann 'Abuss Spot'
Giorgio Gurioli 'Asana'
Marzio Rusconi Clerici 'Shakti Wall'
Helen Konturis 'La La Lamp'
Massimiliano Fuksas, silver tea service
Inga SempÃ© 'MOÃ‹L'
Patricia Urquiola 'Bohemian'
Piero Lissoni 'Once'
Wieki Somers 'High Tea Pot'
Patricia Urquiola 'landscape'
Patricia Urquiola 'Tropicalia'
Leo Krol & Vincent de Rijk, LED light
Philippe Bestenheider 'Nanook'
Ron Arad 'Do Lo Res' Armchair
Frank Gehry 'FOG Office'
Hexagons seem to be everywhere right now -- they are often shown in a cellular formation which fits with the current scientific advances with biomimetics -- engineering mimicking nature. The natural world (at the most molecular level) is a big thing right now but so is 'pixelated' design -- obviously influenced by our ever-increasing reliance on the virtual world (cyberspace).