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Monte & Coe


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Designer: Monte & Coe

Category: Bags

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: Craftsmanship and design are the primary focus. Each piece is hand-made in Toronto, in limited batch sizes, to ensure that it represents an unparalleled dedication to originality and versatility. Monte & Coe’s expert craftsmen use techniques that are centuries old and rarely seen in modern manufacturing, to ensure that each piece will stand the test of time. They believe each piece should reflect your unique sense of style.

Their designs contrast the character of genuine, vegetable tanned leather with the softer feel of wool felt and cotton canvas. The raw materials are sourced from the best tanneries and mills from around the world.

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ONYX SOFA


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Designer: Pierre Gimbergues

Categories: Furniture | Seating

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: The ONYX sofa is a 3-metre long seat made of carbon fiber and Volvic volcanic lava stone. It is the first in a line of made to measure furniture.

Separated by means of a sharp straight cut, Volvic stone has spent thousands of years filtering the water for its aquifer, before being hand carved and married to hi-tech carbon fibre with its very structured and technical texture;  its shapes precisely adjusted to the volcanic stone.

The ONYX sofa is the illustration of a series of unique pieces of furniture, made to measure, to suit the choice, origin and personality of the customer, but which always respects a common idea : the union, via a pronounced clear cut, between hyper-technological materials – carbon fibre, glass fibre, aluminium,…- and raw and natural materials – rock, wood, stone.

Zero waste


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Designer: Karolin Kõrge

Categories: Clothing | Technology | Product Design

Year: 2031- 2040

Overview: Zero waste is a trendy wardrobe that never goes out of style. The system allows the user to make new clothes without creating any waste by using old clothes as a raw material to print the new ones. You simply fill the device with old garments and scan you’re your body measurements, then select the style and color of garment on a touch screen catalogue and have the garment 3D printed and ready to wear. The printable raw material used for the garments is provided with the concept, it is recyclable and easily reconstructed by this wardrobe with a minimalistic design. The eco-friendly wardrobe system supports the sustainable lifestyle by saving up the time and money as well as helping to keep the environment clean.

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