Fifti-fifti, is a new design label from Berlin and Munich. For their first product they designed the Take-off lamp, made of two sheets of paper with a very fine pattern of laser stitching. The pattern is scalable and customizable, leading to an endless variety of light/shade, structures and patterns.
Living and working in Tel Aviv Israel, up and coming, industrial designer Galia Tammuz is inspired by the local culture and tradition. Materials such as oak, stainless steel and anodized aluminum are applied to create minimalist yet practical pieces.
Many of you can probably relate to our obsession with statistics. There is an ongoing unspoken competition in our office to see who has got the viral touch, and we decided to materialize this obsession into a ‘Weekly Viral Report’ that includes the top post on Trendland.com, the most repined images from our Pinterest, and […]
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
The BDDW showroom in SoHo carries unique hand crafted furniture. Qualities such as focus on material, close attention to detail and a clean design have propelled designer and sculptor Tyler Hays to the forefront of his field.
Michele Varian is one of the most intricate decorative stores in New York City. With an early 1900’s charm, the store is a great place to find a large variety of unique elements, such as luxurious and feminine handmade pillows, industrial looking lamps, animal sculptures in wood, brass and porcelain, magnifying and hour glasses and […]