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Posts filed under 'Products'

Thu 5.11.

Finesse Kitchen by Tokujin Yoshioka (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.11.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Finesse Kitchen by Tokujin Yoshioka

Finesse Kitchen by Tokujin Yoshioka

The Finesse Kitchen by designer Tokujin Yoshioka transforms the kitchen for storage into the kitchen for display with its see-through storage spaces for kitchen tools and tableware.

 

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Wed 4.11.

The Birth lamp by Satoshi Itasaka for h220430 (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.11.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

The Birth lamp by Satoshi Itasaka for h220430, photo: Elly

The Birth lamp by Satoshi Itasaka for h220430, photo: Elly

Designer Satoshi Itasaka from Tokyo-based studio h220430 references the very moment of fertilisation of an ovum, and the weak electrical current that occurs when that happens, in The Birth chandelier.

 

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Sun 1.11.

TF URBAN: The Circular Bench

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.11.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

Circular Bench, Molenbeek, BE; © Studio TF

Circular Bench, Molenbeek, BE; © Studio TF

In the space of a decade, the Circular Bench from Belgian designer Lucile Soufflet has attracted a growing number of European cities. Playing on the transformation of its profiles, this circular bench flexibly stretches and extends to create different seats and different perspectives of the surrounding environment. The backrests rise and fall, sometimes facing each other, sometimes all alone. (text by Tolerie Forezienne)

 

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Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris

Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris

Paris – The Louis Vuitton Foundation has opened the doors of its showplace dedicated to contemporary design, in the heart of the bois de Boulogne. Designed as a complete work of art, even the signage for visitors – by TF, using a concept from Zélé and Téra-création – meets the aesthetic and functional requirements of this new, iconic art centre.

 

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Mon 19.10.

Lighten Up

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.10.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Following on from Tile, Fabbian made a breakthrough with the design of Laminis, which comprises tiles in various shapes, sizes and finishes that are infinitely configurable

Following on from Tile, Fabbian made a breakthrough with the design of Laminis, which comprises tiles in various shapes, sizes and finishes that are infinitely configurable

With its emphasis on modularity and customisation, the spotlight’s squarely on established Italian lighting brand FABBIAN when it comes to specification. (by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Sun 11.10.

Hi Ho, Silver!

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.10.2015 - Tagged as: , , ,

Zaha Hadid‘s duo of vases, ‘Loa’ and ‘Vesu’, is the newest highlight in the collection – and one of the most elaborate. It takes three months for the vases to leave Wiener Silber Manufactur

Zaha Hadid‘s duo of vases, ‘Loa’ and ‘Vesu’, is the newest highlight in the collection – and one of the most elaborate. It takes three months for the vases to leave Wiener Silber Manufactur

Wiener Silber Manufactur has been working with preeminent designers and artists for over 130 years to make objects from the finest silver. Be it a 20th-century design classic or a contemporary piece, its diverse collection has something for everyone. (by Johannes Hünig)

 

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Lampii is a table lamp which produces an indirect light, naturally orange colored. The body is a massive bloc of Volvic lava with a hand-brushed copper lampshade on top.

Lampii is a table lamp which produces an indirect light, naturally orange colored. The body is a massive bloc of Volvic lava with a hand-brushed copper lampshade on top.

Studio Fabien Barrero+Carsenat has launched a new collection for 2015 that consists of three lamps and a centrepiece that use and display “the identity and roughness from materials such as wood, marble and ceramic”.

 

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Sun 4.10.

Laurameroni: Industrialised Craftsmanship

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.10.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Hand-finishing by Brianza craftsman is a key step in the production of each Laurameroni piece

Hand-finishing by Brianza craftsman is a key step in the production of each Laurameroni piece

Embracing innovation in production technology while delivering exquisite hand-finishing, LAURAMERONI strives to give its clients something truly unique. (by Alex Bradley)

 

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