This free standing washbasin comes from Monica Graffeo‘s project called Fonte. This project is designed to accommodate the daily reality of the bathroom and was inspired by the Japanese philosophy of water and personal care.
The master of lights Gino Sarfatti is back at Flos with his collection designed between 1951 and 1971. The poise of his designs are accentuated with the addition of new LED technology, which results in an ultra-modern lighting concept called Edition No.1. Flos is bringing his work back to light and has created the first […]
Written by Tara Lange In La Barra, a coastal village in Punta del Este, rests a five-meter factory gate and a shield of corrugated zinc.On the other side of this idiosyncratic industrial structure? Aaron Hajman’s Casa Zinc; a modest but handsome boarding house brimming with apothecary jars, valve radios and soda bottles, antique globes and re-purposed wood.
This Scuptural Light series by Mari Isopahkala has a minimalist appeal. The choice of colors and materials remind me of my childhood, when we would play with Legos or Kaplas. Inspiration by the De Stilj movement, she says: “The collection will draw new kind of visuality to the space and introduces sophisticated solutions of new forms in todays […]
Written by Guest Blogger Tara Lange When it comes to her clothing line, Malene Birger is known for her elegant craftsmanship and simple silhouettes, while her flagship Copenhagen boutique has been applauded for its concept and design.
For the Green Orchard House architect Paul Archer demolished existing dilapidated dwelling and replaced it with a new contemporary zero carbon residence. The site is located in a spectacular position, with views over the
Any New Yorker who doesn’t know whose house this is has definitely at least stopped by it and stared. When artist and filmmaker Julian Schanbel imposed his magnificent building onto the West Village, it left its neighbors shocked. You would have no idea what to expect from the inside based on its pink Venetian exterior, […]
Between the painting covered walls, a mix of ephemera through out the house, and a distinctly bohemian vibe, this Byron Bay home of David and Yuge Bromley has plenty of eclectic charm. The Design Files got an intimate tour of this residence,