PXL pendant lamp to pixelate and color a truly vital interior

Really inspiring pendant lamp coming straight from the Mecca of the interior design, Sweden. Created for Svenssons & Lammhult by the designer Fredrik Mattson, the PXL pendant lamp is made from aluminium and metal and playfully colored in a pixel style pattern.

Looks like a good candidate for a fancy DYI development, having in mind that the price of nearly 950 EUR makes it really unaffordable.

PXL pendant lamp to pixelate and color a truly vital interior

PXL pendant lamp at Svenssons via (The Fancy)


LIEUL bookshelf - stunning design and innovative book organization

LIEUL is a masterpiece creation from the industrial designer Ahn DaeKyung, presented on 100% Design London 2008. The name and the really outstanding form are inspired by the Korean consonant LIEUL, which communicates the impression of infinity - similar to the shape on the popular Snake game when you reach 2000 points. LIEUL comes as an improvement to the regular bookshelves, which are inconvenient to hold a whole row of books, unless you have bunch of holders to divide the shelf itself. Ahn DK personally observed this effect with an IKEA bookshelf, which is a really top fault discovery for a brand mastering the usability to perfection. LIEUL technology simply uses elastic bands, which can be re-positioned on the shelf, thus way customizing the space according to the number of books you need to stock.

The result is astonishing piece of furniture, which will inspire your interior, while you enjoy customizing it.

LIEUL bookshelf - stunning design and innovative book organization

And we have 1 minute video bonus out of the Ahn DK kitchen, that illustrates it all:

Me totally want my hands on it!

Check the DaeKyung Ahn official website for more great design ideas
100% Design London 2008 full product gallery


Modular Shelving – scaffolds with wall decals for vital interior

Maria Yasko is Russian industrial designer with quite fresh portfolio on Behance network. Her modular shelves started to create a good buzz recently and they are definitely worth sharing. The magic of each shelf concept is the communication of an object idea with simplistic, yet versed design. Right on spot is the reinforcement of the “The Icelandic Tree” and “The Rill” concepts with thematic wall decals. Top favorite and outstanding shelf is “The Bee” with the funky yellow–brown color scheme and the accordion shape, practically fitting in your corridor corner. While the author has figured out the shelves material, let’s hope she will also sort out the accounting and set forth the concepts in production.

Designer modular shelves with wall decals
Designer modular shelves with wall decals
Designer modular shelves with wall decals

Maria Yasko’s portfolio   via (Why Me?)