MONOQI is an online design shop, which was presented to me recently by Anuka. Since 2012, they have been collecting hard-to-find and limited-edition design products, making them available for a short time on MONOQI.com. Their employees from 22 nationalities search the best contemporary design and present every day the products of 5 designers.
The products well reflect the current trends and are most of the time affordable for designer pieces. They are sill too expensive for me but give sometimes great inspirations, DIY ideas and allow to discover local designers.
I usually check the new products once a week or so. Well, today I made for you a selection of the products I liked recently.
The Woodstock Wardrobe by Jeroen van Leur (NL), is a minimalist object that you can assemble in seconds to hang your favorite garments. Made of oak wood, copper, steel.
The wardrobe is part of the Woodstock Collection, a lightweight and mobile product, inspired on the principle of tent poles. The modular system combines wooden sticks and copper connection parts.
The Mobius wall desk is a product by COCO&CO Edition, a label based in Bourg-en-Bresse, France. All their creations are produced within 50kms around their office to keep a minimal environmental impact. I picture this wall desk in an entryway, really practical to leave the keys or the mail when you come home. Made of epoxy-painted steel.
This White stool by Berlin-based label Noodles Noodles & Noodles Corp. would be perfect in my future home-office space. The stool is part of a collection of European-made, handcrafted interior designs, like a touch of vintage to mix with modern or classic furniture. Made from brushed pine wood and sturdy steel, with an adjustable seat.
So would you buy something at MONOQI? Let me know what you think of this webshop.
A post by Lise.