Thursday, June 28, 2012

lovely bathroom

Lovely black and white bathroom.

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a table for...

Some of my favorite tables.
883 Cavalletto designed by Franco Albini in 1950 for Cassina.

Raft table designed by Norm for & Tradition

Designed by Adam Tureček for Amos

LC6 designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand in 1928 for Cassina

Stabiles designed by Alfredo Häberli  for Alias

Affe desiged by Thesenfitz & Wedekind for Atelier Hausmann


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Tuesday, June 26, 2012


Lovely paper pop-up book by Mengyu Chen

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Creature Collective

Creature Collective is a collection of products inspired by nature, designed by London based design duo Supafrank. Their illustrations are pretty amazing too!
Consisting of few simple components that are easily constructed using just a mallet.
So simple, so easy, so playful! I love it.

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Monday, June 25, 2012


PJ ceiling lamp designed by Ann Morsing and Beban Nord for Örsjö.
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Today I'm starting to work on my new collection of products.
I hope the process will be gratifying.
I hope the results will be ingenious.
So let the magic begin...
I would like to share some home office spaces that I would feel comfortable in.

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Saturday, June 23, 2012


RÉBUS poster series by French illustrator Jules Julien.

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Friday, June 22, 2012

Thursday, June 21, 2012



Frame glassware

I absolutely love this glassware collection called Frame, designed by Karmen Saat.
I think it is so elegant, simple and light at the same time,strikingly invisible.

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hello floor lamp

Hello floor lamp designed by Jonas Wagell for Normann Copenhagen in 2012.
Made of steel, birch and acrylic.

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hallo light

Hallo light designed by 45 kilo, is adjustable by simply sliding the leather loop along the supporting arm.
Designers were inspired by Jean Prouvé's stunning Potence light.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2012


Button is a side table designed by Norwegian born designer based in Switzerland -Fredrik Waernes.
The top of the table can be removed to be used as a serving tray.
So simple and functional!

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Monday, June 18, 2012

Lufa series

Lufa series by Fernando Laposse.
I like when the objects are altered and used for diverse purposes, far from the original functions.

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