Written by Guest Blogger Jenny Held F or the last few days of May, the art world made its biannual pilgrimage to the glimmering city of Venice for the preview of the 55th Biennale di Venezia, a show that is widely considered to embody the global pulse of contemporary art.
Karl Lagerfeld’s futuristic apartment is located in the Quai Voltaire in Paris. The Kaiser chose the vanguard of contemporary design, and reinvents the concept of the Parisian artist studio in the terms of the twenty-first century. Very design and chic, also I think it’s a little too ‘cold’ for my taste, what do you think?
Presented at Salone Satellite 2013, check out “Friday Food” from Fridayproject, Amsterdam-based Italians Luca Boscardin and Valentina Raffaelli.
Stockholm-based Note Design Studio is creating some of the coolest furniture we have seen in awhile! Especially loving the selects seen here, the Tempo table and stools, Peep console and Boet stools are perfect for many different types of interiors, from modern to minimalist, in the office or for home. We are always down for [...]
V irgin Atlantic Airways just launched their new Upper Class bar and cabin designed in partnership with British VW+BS studio and last 21st April an A330 took off from London to New York with a brand new bar and cabin interior. The result for
The Candy Room looks exactly like a candy room would in your dreams. No actual heavy-duty furniture, childlike artwork all over the place, and pretty much everything in black and white but the actual candy itself. “Edgy, humorous, and uniquely charismatic. It was not to be simply a shop; it had to be a
Godspeed Furniture launched in 2008 in Tel Aviv by Finn Ahlgren, (Sweden) and Joy van Erven (Holland) who met at a bar in the Holy Land. Coincidentally, they started building bars and interiors, using very badly decayed scrap wood found on the street and put an added challenge of making the piece within a one [...]
After discovering the concrete design by Shnmuel Linksi, here is Stitching Concrete, a project by industrial design graduate Florian Schmid. Using the new material Concrete Canvas, it combines the softness of cloth with the stability of concrete to make these beautiful stools.
Wieki Somers Studio features the work of Wieki Somers and Dylan van de Berg. The studio is recognized for their ability to find the fantasy in everyday things and translate them into objects through their knowledge and exploration of materials, technology and finishes. I especially loved the two projects featured here, “Chinese Stools” and “Trophees”. [...]
After the knitted Magazine cover, the knitted jewelry (and here) and the Knitted stools, here is Knitted Food by Philadelphia-based artist Ed Bing Lee. Evolving into knitting for 25 years, Bing Lee uses the usual macrame to create objects that look like food. Yummy!
LifeSpaceJourney is a Melbourne based furniture and property development consultancy – founded by brothers Glenn and Justin Lamont. LifeSpaceJourney creates this visual furniture created out of wood and metal. I really like their typography stools.