Designfenzider – Contemporary Conceptual Design, Functional Conversation Pieces

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VaseMaker by Designfenzider
VaseMaker by Designfenzider
Material: Porcelain
(Image © Designfenzider)

Maybe I am just a touch behind the times, but I have just discovered the genius that is Designfenzider. I think I am in love. I have a thing about functional design with a twist – and Designfenzider offers that in spades.

See what you think?

VaseMaker by Designfenzider
VaseMaker by Designfenzider
Material: Porcelain
(Image © Designfenzider)

The VaseMaker dissects the classic vase into its two functional elements: Support for the flower and a container for the water that sustains it. VaseMaker is a ’half-function’ object which is designed and redesigned each time it is placed upon a vessel and leaves space for the imagination and for the participation of the user. 

Miniature Lamp No. 2 by Designfenzider
Miniature Lamp No. 2 by Designfenzider
Material: Porcelain shades, beech veneer base, 2x20w halogen bulb
(Image © Designfenzider)
Upside Up by Designfenzider
Upside Up by Designfenzider
Material: Glass
(Image © Designfenzider)
Lamp No. 18 by Designfenzider
Lamp No. 18 by Designfenzider
Material: Powder Coated Metal, lamp shade
(Image © Designfenzider)

After observing and subtracting main characteristics of ex lovers, The designer abstracted these qualities and formed them into a series of table lamps. This series of lamps serves as the designer’s private 3D black book

According to the company bio, Designfenzider’s hybrid objects combine material wit with aesthetic play; they sit on the fat, delicious line between the abstract and the functional.

I, for one, am enchanted…

You can check out the Designfenzider site here. They ship anywhere in the US from their online shop. the rest of the world needs to contact them to arrange delivery.

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Comments (10)

LOL! I just looked at the site, and loved the one “Ran Over By a Car”. What a great sense of humor!

I love the Freestanding Shelve (with the legs holding up the shelf). Just wonderful.

TSL, I really like that last lamp – but now that I know that no.18 was based on a real person from the designer’s little black book, I’m not so sure…I’d like to know more about person no.18 before I took ‘their’ lamp home (can only judge from this that maybe they have long, skinny legs and wear hats?)… 🙂

I reckon they have big feet, Sparks. Kind of spooky feeling if you were an ex, don’t you think? I would drive myself mad trying to work out which lamp represented me!

Love these fun works. Miniature lamp is hilarious. You might need mood lighting to see anything, but it’s definitely a conversation piece! Now, what armchair to put with it?

Details, details! What a sense of humour, huh?

love the miniature lamp. That would go very well with the little work men in my post from the other day!!

Wouldn’t it? We could create a room of miniatures…

I do too – just don’t have the right possie for it…

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