Though his work made the rounds on design blogs last year, we somehow missed it until now. Joris Laarman is a young Dutch designer with a great sense of style. We like it when designers challenge convention, as Joris has done with his designs for radiators that become part of the room's decor, or with his polyster concrete climbing wall "ivy" that can be assembled in countless ways, allowing you to literally climb the walls.
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