Lamacek is a Brooklyn design duo that makes textiles and furniture in their Williamsburg studio. One of their products is called “Phelt” which is eco-friendly felt made from recycled plastic bottles, and is hand-stitched and hand-rolled. The rolled felt becomes a three dimensional module that can be joined with other felt clusters to create larger textiles. Used for trivets (as shown above), runners, seat cushions, wall hangings, and other more inventive uses.
Table/Bench made from salvaged wood and integrated with decorative resin stripe, by Brooklyn designers and fabricators Noble Goods.
Leather stool “Anomoly” debuted at Salone in MIlan, by Swedish designer FRONT and carried by Moroso.
New seating from Kartell designed by Patricia Urquiola. The “Clap” chair has a nylon frame and upholstered seat pan.
Designtex showroom with Charlie Harper wallcovering mural at #neocon13
Filz Felt screen at Knoll #neocon13
Heavy desk light by Benjamin Hubert, made from hand cast concrete and bent wood by Decode London.
Emeco’s new chair designed by Konstantin Grcic for the Parrish Art Museum in New York. Part of the Parrish collection which also includes tables, the chairs are available with wood, upholstered, or plastic seats. Photos by Royce Epstein of Repeat. No Repeat. taken at Salone, Milan, 2013.