‘Villa P. F.’ is a fantasy world elaborated by Petite friture, French ‘editor of designs’.
Swedish-Chilean designer Anton Alvarez consecrated three years to tweak the ‘Thread Wrapping Machine’ project, a tool that ties up pieces of wood, steel or any material only by using glue-soaked yarn.
Devry & Dave from Hey, Porter contacted to introduce us their recently launched design studio based out of Rochester, NY. When talented creatives contact us
London based multidisciplinary artist, Bethan Laura Wood has already worked on amazing luxury installations for Hermès or Tory Burch amongst others.
Swedish designer Erik Olovsson, uses for this collection either 14 or 16 identical paddles of pine to compose his stools.
Chairs, tables and sofas have usually functions, what if you take those functions off the object? It becomes, kind off useless, turning into an art piece. We love the ‘Uncomfortable’ series of French photographer Patrice Letarnec who turns classic Hee Welling, Jean Prouvé or Erwan Bouroullec pieces into some kind of prank!
With her own Parisian studio since 2012, Swiss-French designer, Julie Richoz keeps on developing gorgeous products as well as collaborating with acclaimed brands including Alessi, Artecnica, Louis Poulsen and more recently Louis Vuitton.