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Ikea and Pizza Hut – yes, you read that right - have collaborated to create a table you've probably owned before.

These abstracted wooden creatures by Hakan G├╝rsu are designed to elicit hours of creative play by offering unlimited possibilities for making creatures with simple, organic forms that foster creativity and perception of aesthetics.


The negative space of the Edge Dominos by Andrew Perkins puts a twist on the traditional format of the game by reducing the tile design down to the barest elements.



Stille is a contemporary collection of versatile shelving and occasional table systems by Brooklyn-based Standard Issue.

Pretty apt feature for these times with the increasing focus on hygiene and hand-washing comes this simple, but clever idea from Swedish design studio Form Us With Love.

When several of these Cleo wooden chairs by Norwegian designer Stine Aas are stacked on top of each other, they are intended to evoke the details of classical architecture.


These graphic sculptures are birdhouses built using traditional Swedish woodworking techniques.


Years after her groundbreaking I Am Not A Plastic Bag collection, which was one of the first to highlight the environmental damage caused by single-use shopping bags, British designer Anya Hindmarch has returned with her latest sustainable fashion initiative, “I Am A Plastic Bag”.

Nhuri Bashir
We must confess, we've had a draft of this post in our system for so long we aren't sure the artist still makes these pieces, but we liked his work too much to just relegate the post to the bin.

Off-White's Virgil Abloh has put his mark on the tassel loafer, a mens footwear staple since the 1950s.


Little Houses sensory play space divider by Neringa Orlenok helps to create different activity zones to assist with early childhood development.

There will be a couple of Really Obvious Trends come fall which is always disappointing as it indicates to us a certain lack of  independent thought and an over-reliance on futurists and trend forecasters like Lidewij Edelkoort and Trend Union. First up is the copious use of fringe which showed up on the runways of every major city.