Japanese designer Yukio Takano created a set o lamps perfect for every mushroom lover. The Great Mushrooming series are lights using LEDs embedded in synthetic mushrooms that at a quick glance are passable for the real thing. Each light kit is complete with beautiful packaging, battery packs embedded in the base of the wood, and nifty retro on/off switches.
For sport, skateboards and nature lovers – that’s the shortest way to describe last project by Monsieur Plant. His original skateboard is made entirely of wood with a bottom in tree bark. Perfect for all those who love wooden designs and forest camouflage patterns.
Created by Tokyo-based design firm Torafu Architects, the Catch Bowl is an amazing plywood shelf that focusing on corners: a hemisphere is divided into a quarter and three quarters, the quarter snugly fits into a concave corner and the three quarters onto a convex corner.
Dutch duo Loulou & Tummie seems to be inspired by the world of toys and robots. Their famous project simply called “Wood” presents manually crafted adorable wooden robots, whose design reminds of vintage toys.