Nested Bunk Beds by Tsai Design Studio
A space-saving bed system designed Tsai Design Studio of Cape Town was name Most Beautiful Object in South Africa.Nested Bunk Beds consist of five mattresses on wheeled frames that can be stored against a wall during the day and telescope out to at night. They were initially developed for a design competition that called for ways of comfortably sleeping seven people in a 6x6 metre room - a common situation in South Africa's townships and shack districts. The photos above show the beds in use at an Aids orphanage in Wellington, South Africa. Too many people and not enough space are at epidemic levels in South Africa’s town ships. It’s normal for 6 to 8 people to share 36sqm of space. The Nested Bunk Bed is a winning entry for the ‘36sqm Design Challenge’, a design competition in South Africa aimed to bring better lifestyle and the best use of space to those in overcrowded, tiny, low cost houses.
"Flying Carpet" Doubles As A Lounge Chair
Something more than a simple rug, Flying Carpet means life at floor level, a plain and relaxing topography, a domestic oasis. Its design makes it a comfortable and playful three-dimensional space to sit down, stretch out and relax, both at home and in public areas. The carpet is made by draping hand-loomed New Zealand wool over gray felt-covered wedges that have just enough give to emulate the comfort of a padded chair. In this way, the Flying Carpet tackles a common domestic problem: People love to park themselves on the floor at home to read or watch TV or whatever. But you can’t do it for very long or your back will suffer. Here, thanks to the built-in back supports, you can lounge around on the carpet all you want pain-free. Maybe this thing really is magic.
Flying Carpet by Simon DeSanta
I'm so lazy Carpet Bench and Hide Chair
A comfortable and portable area for sitting is ideally a haven away from the turmoil of the busy, even hectic lives many of us live today. It is an amazing place to enjoy the relaxation and contentment that happens when you gather round to have meal with your friends and family. This carpet-bench & chair is designed by a Japanese designer named Yuki Abe. This unique furniture is flexible, lightweight and best piece for relaxation. The most significant factor about having a meal is to be enjoying the food and the company sharing it.
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"Why create another piece of furniture?" - Hella Jongerius
Fatboy Island – New Generation of Bean Bags
Beanbag chairs have apparently made their way back in a new form as the Fatboy Island from Fatboy USA. This specific model is called the Island as that’s exactly what it looks like. With a diameter of 47 inches, you’ll most likely find more than half of yourself out of the water. You’ll have the choice of nylon or polyester covering coated with PVC depending on the color you choose. The options are red, orange, lime green, black, and pink. Inside you’ll find it filled with virgin polystyrene beads for maximum comfort.
It’s hard to go wrong with a bean bag chair because everybody gets that blast from the past feeling when they sit on them. I’m a huge fan of the size the island offers and at a price point of $229, it’s pretty impressive. 2Modern sells the Island from Fatboy and plenty of other great products like Junior as well, so be sure to check them out before you finalize your purchase.
Unusual Armchair For Resting
Is it a cocoon? Is it a blanket? is it a robe? Is it an armchair? Is it warm? Is it comfortable? Yes! Yes, it is each and every one of these things combined into this perfect relaxing cocoon armchair for resting, or to be daydreaming, reading, snuggling up pleasure for extended TV sessions, or just lazing around, either to be shared or to wallow in alone. Designed by Les M – Celine Merhand & Anais Morel and inspired by the daily routine, this amazing Cocon lounge chair can be the best acquisition. Enjoy!
Fresh Futon Nest – Convertible Futon Chair And Mattress
The Nest is a unique futon that easily converts between a comfortable chair and semi-circular mattress. Its innovative and versatile design lets you lounge around lazily or turn it into a makeshift bed. Its relaxing feel is made possible through its soft cotton twill blend and foam properties, and the multiple color variations available can compliment any room decor. Available in small, medium and large. Made in Atlanta.
Paul Tahon and R & E Bouroullec
The project Clouds is a natural continuation of North Tiles that was created in 2006 for Danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat in order to develop a new, modular wall system out of the textile material. Clouds is a fabric-based modular system.
The original idea was to make a solution that was very easy to install. We developed a new fixing system of special elastic bands to specifically meet this goal.
Do Hit Chair - hit by van der poll
The surfaces of Pilot pillows were inspired by origami patterns. The design process blends the traditional techniques of tailoring and sewing with contemporary materials. Made of waterproof material Tyvek, pillows are ideal for outdoor use. The upper surface can be more or less perforated, as required.
The pillows Pilot were designed for Reaktor’s workshop in 2010. Source: croatiandesigners.com
PILOT PILOWS, 2010
Stick-lets by Christina Kazakia
Stick-lets by Christina Kazakia
these flexible silicone connecters have been designed by Christina Kazakia to help children to lash sticks together when building dens. The stretchy silicone is child safe and weather resistant.
"Stick-lets can help kids get back outside, away from the screen and into the world, where they create stimulating and imaginative experiences," said the designer. "By engaging with this toy, they become aware of a resourceful and renewable element, the stick."
The Body seat---KIRSI ENKOVAARA
The Body' encourages a person to find their choice of sitting by discarding learned cultural norms. Trusting in their touch, movement and the feelings that arise in reaction to these in order to create the most comfortable way of sitting. The structure of 'The Body' is made from canvas and rice allowing it to be formed into reconfigurable rigid structures.
The project started from an interest in emphasizing the psychology of sitting. When we are sitting or laying down we are less aware of our surroundings and in a more relaxed state. This is why the construction of the seat needed to reflect the qualities of human touch, the tactility and safety of which provides us with great comfort.
The structure is made from a single 6 meters long rice filled piece of fabric. The nature of the structure combined with the behavior of the rice makes it possible to bend into various different configurations and forms. "I find the beauty of this product being when the simple form turns into various complicated configurations as a result of human interaction". It is the friction created by the rice combined with the fabric that enables the structure to become extremely rigid when bent but at the same time embody the comforting features of a cushion.
Rice is a renewable and very accessible material. As in Japan thru history it has been used in pillows offering a more ecological and ergonomic option to foam.
Nutshell helps workers reclaim "social solitude" by shrouding them in fabric
Design student Eden Lew has created a prototype for a portable fabric pod called Nutshell that can be used to encase the top half of the body when time out from the workplace is required. Part of Eden Lew's work for the Products of Design course at New York's School of Visual Arts, Nutshell was designed for students and workers who habitually skip proper work breaks as a device to encourage them to rest.
When fully extended, the product surrounds the user in fabric from the torso and up over the head, supported by circular ribs, concealing them inside a canvas "shell".
Available in three different styles, it is wearable and collapsible, meaning that it can be used throughout the day for activities like snatching naps or eating lunch in solitude.
by Yaroslav Misonzhnikov
Saint Petersburg designer Yaroslav Misonzhnikov has attached two strips of felt to a chair for keeping cosy while working in winter. Called +, the design wraps across the user's body to provide an extra layer of warmth without restricting their arms. The material is attached to the chair with poppers and can be removed.
Autumn/Winter chair by Aga Brzostek
Polish fashion and interior designer Aga Brzostek has created a chair with an integrated blanket for wrapping up warm in winter. Aga Brzostek drew from her experience in the fashion industry when creating the chair, shaping the cover like a large jumper and naming it after the Autumn/Winter fashion season. "The foundation of it is the cool northern surroundings of where I live," says Brzostek. "Sweater-like elements of the chair can be used as a headrest to create a cozy environment for an evening reading as well as a soft cover for chilly winter nights. " The Krakow-based designer used hard foam for the structure of the chair, covering the seat and backrest in softer foam for comfort and using reclaimed wool for the cover.
Studio Makkink & Bey create furniture for a nomadic living room
Dutch firm Studio Makkink & Bey has created a collection of furniture for a nomadic future including a backpack that becomes a sofa bed, a carrycot that becomes a table and a walking cane that turns into an illuminated screen. Conceptroom Huisraad by Makkink & Bey is a range of objects that examines the concept of domestic interiors that are no longer attached to any one physical space. The items form part of Living Spaces, an exhibition exploring textiles in Dutch interiors at the TextielMuseum in Tilburg, the Netherlands. The pieces "depict a future scenario in which the individual travels light and stays comfortable," said the team.
"At the beginning I was a little bit afraid, but this one is very stable"
Clouds by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have designed a modular room-dividing system called Clouds for textile manufacturers Kvadrat. Clouds consists of textile pieces held together with elastic bands to make free-standing or hanging structures, which can be used to divide space and absorb sound. The Clouds system is available in two fabrics and seven colour combinations; components are sold in packs of eight or twenty-four pieces.
Unisex bag by Ryszard Rychlicki
The product, called Unisex Bag, is made entirely from felt and features four metal rivets at the top.
Stitched sutures at the sides of the bag help it keep its form when in use.
The felt is double-layered: cream-coloured on the outside with a brightly-coloured interior.
Our idea was to create flexible furniture adaptable to all the needs, but especially to the moods of the teenager. A red mattress based on a “pillow-net” fills the entire room. These pillow modules can be folded, rebated, risen in order to create the needed piece of furniture. The room is thus changeable, and it can exist in different shapes, in different situations: sleep, study, meeting friends etc. The mattress is 16 cm thick .It is composed of polyurethane coated in velvet fabric .The structure is a hidden aluminum frame, articulated at the joints of the modules. All the necessary pieces of the traditional furniture can be found here but they grow out this triangular net. The red color gives the space an optimistic atmosphere and shows the inner agitation of the teenager. The “pillow net” pulsates in the same rhythm as the life of the teenager.
napkin portable dining table for two encourages friends to eat together
Mix Color Living Stones Pillows
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annika frye: adhocker collection
exploring the versatility of furniture’s most basic item, the ‘adhocker’ collection by german designer annika frye
presents three types of stools designed according to principles of improvisation. as she explains:
‘the stool is the most simple piece of furniture; it is often part of daily improvisation and makeshift constructions.
still, a stool has to be made regarding rules of stability and use. thus, I used the idea of a stool to explore
the possibilities of improvisation as a method in the design process. I found three strategies:
creating something by using ad hoc techinques as a starting point, during the production process of the object,
or by developing an object that the user can improvise with.‘ – annika frye
collerette convertible blanket pouf by les M for casamania
the single and double chair have a rolled-up blanket for the arms and the back, which, when unraveled,
turns into a cover. the polyurethane foam padding along with the soft fabric upholstery ensure
a functional piece as it envelops the user in comfort.
LABOUR AND WAIT
Cabin Throw Black/ White
This is a new version of the Vintage Blankets which we stock in our Redchurch Street store. Made using traditional processes and equipment in one of the few remaining working woolen mills in Wales, these beautiful textiles can be used as a blanket or throw, and are easily large enough for a King Size bed. Fully reversible, the natural qualities of wool mean the blanket is warm in winter and cool in summer. We know from experience that these blankets will last for decades, or with care, a lifetime.
WELSH TAPESTRY BLANKET RED
Established in 1988, Christopher Farr has been at the spearhead of contemporary rug design for over twenty five years. Together with his business partner Matthew Bourne, they were the catalyst that revolutionised contemporary rug design.
Bunad blanket - Nordland
The Bunad blanket series designed by Andreas Engesvik, was launched during the London Design Festival in September 2012. The Bunad blanket is available in five different designs: Setesdal, Bringeklut-Telemark, Sunnmøre, Nordland and Fusa. Made from 100% pure wool.
Sock chair-bed by PATRICK LAING
The idea for this design came from folding socks into each other: as the fabric folds in on itself, the appearance of the socks disappears producing an entirely different object.We developed this idea by conjoining shapes as if they were socks stitched together, and produced the sock chair-bed. This bed and two person couch has no solid parts. The conjoined ‘skins’ of the bed and couch have the same volume as each other, but with only enough filling for one function at a time. The filling simply flows from one cotton ‘skin’ to the other to plump out each form and the spare ‘skin’ is pushed inside the other when not in use.The Socks furniture is available to buy, contact us here. In addition sign up to our mailing list to be notified of our forthcoming online shop. All remaining plates will be in production shortly. In addition signup to our mailing list to be notified of our forthcoming online shop.
Inflate and Ron Arad Memo
"After the British designer Nick Crosbie gave a lecture to the product design students at the Royal College of Art in London on the inflatable furniture he was developing, the department head Ron Arad suggested that they work together to rethink the Transformer seat which he had developed in the 1980s. Having agreed to create a seat in the form of an air-tight bag with an adjustable valve and styrene beads inside to add rigidity once it was inflated, they developed a series of prototypes in the hope of producing a comfortable and robust bean bag. Memo was unveiled as a pre-production prototype at the Milan Furniture Fair in April 1999 and went into full production a few months later."
Sit down & strap in: portable seat-free 'Folding Chair'
Regular flat-pack wood folding chairs are fine for short distances, but carrying one with you to the park to watch fireworks for a few hours or on a camping trip can be a bit of a pain in the, well, you know. ‘Chairless’ is a solution so simple it takes the mind a moment to grasp just how clever it is in its minimalism.
There is a no seat surface and there are no chair legs, so perhaps it is both – or neither. This simply perplexing idea takes advantage of the natural outward forces of your body trying to unwind, and uses them to create a stable seating structure out of a single loop you wrap around yourself. It reminds one a bit of a belt-and-buckle set, or perhaps a car seatbelt, and is not really that much different in shape or size.
There is not much to this design by architect and industrial designers Alejandro Aravena, but by being simple it saves on money and materials – not to mention being able to fold into a unit small enough to stick in your pocket. And believe it or not this is nothing new: a similar technique has been employed by nomadic tribes since time out of mind – but perhaps now its contemporary counterpart will catch on in the modern world as well, funds from which are in turn to be sent to a charity foundation for the indigenous people who are the true source of the design.
Expanding outdoor drinking table
Shapeable Textile Décor
Turn origami into interactive wall décor with Clouds – modular textiles by Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec. Each little colored section of fabric can be connected to the next with a special type of rubber band, making it easy to create works of art for your home, whether you want to hang them up as a wall hanging, use them as a room divider or craft some kind of sculpture.
wedge side tables by andreas kowalewski
By Andrew Liszewski
Referred to as the Swiss Army Knife of furniture, the Sasan ‘Magic Carpet’ starts out as what looks to be a particularly comfy padded square rug. But since the base is composed of 4 different sections, the carpet can be folded and contorted into various shapes and configurations of usable furniture, which are held in place by a contrasting set of red straps. Now I get the pseudo couch and bed with elevated footrest configurations, but what’s up with that adult crib setup? A bit of a stretch if you ask me.
Sasan Magic Carpet Doubles As Versatile Folding Furniture
S - Chair Transformers by Beton
S - chair transformers
A thin rectangle of polyethylene foam is laser-cut in such a way, that you can create a tube out of it without using glue or anything like that. Inside the tube you can place any chair (the uglier, the better) and then you can sit on it. The chair is transformed into a comfortable, waterproof armchair... At ﬁrst the standing tube might be misleading, and it is the easiest way of creating something out of almost nothing.
The Shadowy Chair and Sunny Lounger have shapes that evoke the beach furniture found at the North Sea in Northern Europe in the twenties. They are brought into the modern day through the use of digitally drawn colour patterns woven by expert African craftsmen using coloured plastic threads around the steel frame forming the robust shape.
The Roulade No Frame mattress
Drop umbrella by Ayca Dundar is made of just six parts
Ayca Dundar- The Drop Umbrella
Ayca Dundar is a designer who has created a umbrella that has a pop-up canopy that allows it to be opened up and recovered more effiecently. Haven witnessed the broken umbrellas she saw in london's streets, Dundar was determined to find a better solution to it. She commented saying that "Their complex structure makes them fragile and non-repairable," she said. "They are so rigid that they turn inside out and break during strong winds." The Drop umbrella flexes during strong winds and returns to its original shape afterwards.
I like how it opens up with ease and the colours that it has mean that it would be customisable and can personalised to the user.
Entfaltung collapsible fashion by Jule Waibel from Dezeen
Peter Pavlov scraps the flexible polyethylene snack bag for a flexible folding carton that can close the mouth shut- so that the crisps don’t get exposed to the air. He cites the triangular Doritos shape as the inspiration for the package’s triangular facets. I find this to be a clever design that showcases the famous Doritos triangle shaped crisps and adds a great functionality to the packaging that benefits the user.
Collection #2 by Colonel
French design duo Colonel present furniture inspired by camping at Maison&Objet design fair in Paris, which concludes tomorrow. The second collection from Colonel includes the Dowood lamp, which has a metal base and a beech shade painted with bright geometric forms. It comes as a ceiling lamp or a small or large table lamp. The Diabolo lamp is available as a tripod, table or ceiling lamp and comprises a metal frame dressed with a gradient-printed fabric shade in mint, blue and pink, or yellow and pink. Inspired by camping furniture, the beech Pondy table has turquoise crossrails and comes with a bench with yellow crossrails.
This new collection as the first collection of Colonel was inspired by outdoor furniture (beach, camping) aesthetics. It is a contemporary re-reading of this universe mixing colours, rhythms and patterns. It is mainly composed of wood, textile materials and surprising colors. The collection evokes summer, relaxation.
Moody Nest was created with the intention to provide an especially intense feeling of comfort, warmth and intimacy. The user should be fully absorbed by the opulent cover in order to be able calm down completely. The sofa invites the user to be laid-back, express feelings and let everything out. With its large cover Moody Nest will resemble the moods of its user, looking crabby, sleepy, playful or naughty.
The textile part of Moody Nest is more dominant while the base is reduced, compared to Moody Couch. The forming and cushioning characteristics of the textile fabric are strengthened by quilting two layers of 3D textile together.
The stitched squares are getting smaller towards the top to increase a sense of three-dimensionality of the textile surface. The base resembles a nest and consists of one wooden board at the bottom and 16cm of soft foam fixed onto the wood.
A double foam rim goes around the edge, strengthened with a plastic sheet in the middle, bending slightly but preventing the foam from bending down when you really lean back.
Freyja Sewell set out to create a private space within a publicworld, constructed from natural, biodegradable materials. Three years in the making, HUSH is now available for purchase.
Open plan offices and public buildings, CCTV, online profile sharing, cameras built into our laptops; never has it been easier for humans to connect, but what about when we want to withdraw? There are now 21 cities with populations larger than ten million, and it is predicted that there will be many more in the future. It is essential to continue to develop new ways of allowing people to comfortably co-exist in these increasingly densely populated environments.
By creating an enclosed space HUSH provides a personal retreat, a luxurious escape into a dark, hushed, natural space in the midst of a busy hotel, airport, office or library. HUSH provided a quiet space in an age of exponential population growth, where privacy and peaceful respite is an increasingly precious commodity.
The main body of HUSH is cut from a single piece of 10mm industrial wool felt. Wool is naturally flame retardant, breathable, durable and elastic; it is also multi-climatic, meaning it is warm when the environment is cold and cool when it’s warm. It is of course biodegradable and so won’t clog up landfill after disposal. It is produced sustainably from animals out in the open, with each sheep producing a new fleece each year. The internal padding of HUSH is made from recycled wool fibers, produced as a by-product of the British carpet industry.
Mia Cinelli's limb-like weighted blanket is designed to ease feelings of grief
Sewn as a Site by Danica Pistekova
This wearable cocoon of quilts and blankets by Slovakian architecture graduate Danica Pistekova is just right for people who wish they could take their bed with them in the morning. Pistekova sewed fabric and duvets into a complex, adjustable structure to create a portable environment for two people that's meant to be halfway between clothing and housing. If, as Zevi says, architecture is an object where I am able to come in, my clothing-house does that. If, as Rossi says, architecture is theatre for life, my soft house offers conditions for different situations by constantly changing the clothes and location in one system.
Mugrosita by Liliana Ovalle
Mexican designer Liliana Ovalle has designed a sofa based on the improvised furniture of the homeless in Mexico City.
Called Mugrosita, the chair consists of a metal frame with wooden slats, to which beanbags and blankets can be knotted.
The armchair uses the same system developed for Mugroso Couch, where basic structures and random elements are held together with bean bags and ropes, using the knot as a connecting system. The object grows in an intuitive way, sometimes questioning a logical order, just as they naturally appear in the urban landscapes of Mexico City. In this version a new element is added: a metallic grid, an object widely used by street vendors to display their merchandise, accompanied with tangled bags, old tape and more.
Clothing designed for chairs by Bernotat & Co
Dutch designers Bernotat & Co have created a range of coverings for chairsthat are modelled on a grandma's dressing gown, baggy overalls and an oven mitt. Dutch designers Bernotat & Co developed the concept for people to recycle old chairs and make them more comfortable to sit on. The newest piece of the chair clothing, Big Baggy, is made from heavy duty canvas used in overalls and work wear. The back features two big pockets for newspapers, books and magazines, while the side pockets have space for stationary, iPads, iPhones and a hanging loop for headphones.
Fairytale-inspired chair shrouds the sitter with a red hood
German designer Hanna Emelie Ernsting has developed a chair with an integrated red blanket that wraps around the sitter like Little Red Riding Hood's cape. Designed by Hanna Emelie Ernsting and called Red Riding Hood, the piece is a round-backed, grey armchair with a grey and red blanket attached around and under the seat. When there isn't a sitter the blanket falls, grey side down, over the back of the seat. When someone sits in it they can draw the blanket around them like a cape.
Inga Sempé unveils quilt-covered Ruché armchair for Ligne Roset
Paris designer Inga Sempé has added an armchair to her Ruché collection of furniture with quilted covers for French design brand Ligne Roset. Like Inga Sempé's earlier sofa and bed from the same range, the Ruché armchair comprises a simple wooden frame with a loose padded cover draped over the top for comfort. The piece has an asymmetric design, with one armrest the same height as the backrest and the other sitting just proud of the seat so that the user can drape their legs over the side.
ostrich pillow mini attaches to hand, arm + elbow for easy napping
for personal power naps on the go, the ostrich pillow mini by designer kawamura-ganjavian of studio banana things allows its wearer to catch up on sleep without compromising on comfort or time. with use around the hand, fit to the arm or secured around the elbow, the small cushion is there wherever your head might naturally drop, optimized for snug and convenient rest and relaxation.
full moon odyssey floor mattress & pillow
‘full moon odyssey’ by lily suh of i3lab
the large-scale ‘full moon odyssey’ floor-mattress (bed) by korean designer lily suh & zoono of i3lab gives you a dream-like
experience as if your are sleeping on the moon. unlike other mattresses, this design breaks down the borders of dream and reality.
it has been produced in collaboration with astrophotographer chin wei loon who took the photos of the moon from
kuala lumpur, malaysia on january 29th, 2010 using a 6 inch telescope and DMK CCD camera. the final visual featured on the mattress
is composed of 26 segments of lunar images.
LEXUS DESIGN AWARD 2015
The Huggie is a pillow that can give babies new experience on sleep. Those two arms hug the baby when he sleeps. By having his mommy’s smell and temperature, The Huggie can make the baby feel like he is hugging by his mommy, In this way he will feel safe and sleep tight by himself.
The Huggie has a space in the arm that allows user to put the fragrance and refill it with baby’s most familiar smell like his mommy’s smell to make him feel save
The Huggie has a heating system that allows the whole pillow be warmed up to the temperature the user want. The user can set up the temperature to the baby’s mommy’s temperature to make him feel loved.
The main material is microfiber, because the microfiber material wicks moisture away from the body, keeping the pillow cool and dry. And also it’s an environmentally friendly material.
forever pillow by BCXSY & HUZI offers endless resting options
boat blanket keeps you warm + dry with wool and waterproof surfaces
andrea ayala closa: sleeve blanket
The three different sized pouffes are filled with calico bags, hand stuffed with 100% recycled PET fibre and upholstered with knitted panels in Wilson's distinctive patterns. The Braid patterned covers use a traditional Fair Isle knitting technique and were made in Scotland, while the Nos Da designs are produced in Wales. Donna Wilson is based just outside of Hackney in Tower Hamlets. She has designed various products for SCP including furniture, rugs and cushions featuring her knitted textile designs.
In 2009 Donna Wilson came up with a playful response to the problem of occasional seating with a range of three low-lying pouffes, designed to bring a little softness, intimacy and colour into the home. Each pouffe is made by hand stuffing Calico bags with 100% recycled PET fibre and upholstering them with the knitted panels, reminiscent of segments of an orange.
The Braid upholstery is also designed by Donna Wilson and knitted in Scotland from 100% lamb’s wool using a traditional Fairisle knitting technique. Also available in Nos Da, Bora Da, Zig Zag and Treecloud fabric. The pouffes are one of the many designs by Donna Wilson for SCP. Other designs include the Nos Da and Bora Da collection, Bertha armchair, Motley ottoman, Munro sofa and Sprig bone china collection. Designed in Hackney, made in Norfolk.