Emmanuelle Morice | Category Archive | Boutiques - Décoration - Architecture - Design
Samuel Nicz’s aircraft design – SK Young Slovak Samuel Nicz has been working on the design of the aircraft interior and the airplane design during his university studies. Addressing the aesthetics issues and humanizing the flying experience, Samuel Nicz… Bunny Stool – PL
Furniture Good News is a small table created Norwegian designer Karl Marius Sveen for the furniture brand Mokasser. This simple and elegant piece holds your magazines and newspapers without cluttering the surface. The table is made of oak wood veneer and comes in three finishes: white, black and natural. A nice idea for a coffee or side table, especially when the space is tight.
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[D³] Design Talents at imm cologne 2014 Architonic is in Cologne, Germany this week for imm cologne, the international furnishing show. Here are two Facebook galleries from the [D³] Design Talents event for up-and-coming designers. Every year the winners of this newcomer competition are invited to present their often visionary and unconventional designs and prototypes in Hall 1. > to Architonic Live in Cologne: [D³] Design Talents at imm, Part 1
Lo Studio is a place – a place of people with different backgrounds, experience and professionalisms.Lo Studio develops projects in diverse areasby bringing together creative and art direction,graphics, architecture, interior design, styling and industrial design.Lo Studio interprets projects in a humanistic way as theco-ordinated action of people and disciplines in the convinction that creativity is a shared and pluralist act.Lo Studio is a place open to cultural events and to collaboration with artists and professionals working in all fields. lostudio
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House for a Photographer by Hyde+Hyde Architects The dramatic site within an isolated, disused quarry on the edge of the Brecon National Park demanded an architectural intervention of elegant simplicity. With a modest budget and to counter the construction complexities associated with touching the quarry walls, we developed an object building suspended within the basin – collecting light and focusing on distant views like a camera Obscura. We chose to ‘touch the ground lightly’ to heighten the spatial drama and tension between an isolated pure form and the static noise of the exposed rock face. The new home will be constructed of in-situ concrete for the first floor cantilever slab. A combined heat recovery unit will be used in conjunction with high performance insulated structural panels (SIP) – for the walls and 2nd floor, all helping to achieve a high level of thermal efficiency and air tightness.
Posted by Ray | 4 Apr 2014 | Comments (0) The phrase "balloon chair" could mean any number of things, really, so h220430's take fits the bill as well as any of the possibilities (according to their website, the company takes its name from its birthday). If I understand the description correctly, the chair is mounted to the wall, as is its canopy of airless FRP (i.e. non-deflating) balloons, but this scarcely detracts from its visual effect. According to the Tokyo-based design studio, "if you sit in this chair, you'll be able to think positive thoughts even if you are feeling down."
Vases by Decha Archjananun February 13th, 2012 The vase deconstructed by student Decha Archjananun. Archjananun split the vase into two basic functions, a vessel to hold water and a form to support the stems.
More than 400 invited guests attended the opening event of The Art Hunter in Sydney on Tuesday night. The Art Hunter launch is a collaboration between The Cool Hunter and Jaguar, and the opening night was also the Australian debut of the spectacular Jaguar C-X17 concept car. To present The Art Hunter, we engaged our dream team of collaborators, led by the incomparable Natalie Longeon and Peter Pengly from The Artistry (they designed and executed our Summer Lovers Rotate store as well), to transform a 500 m2 warehouse in Alexandria into a genuinely exciting, temporary three-week art exhibition experience. The Art Hunter is not a white-walled space where you quietly walk past pieces of art.
Made from hand-blown glass, or glass-like plastics, these voluminous globe-shaped table lamps layer colors, different levels of transparency and light to create contemporary luminaries with an ethereal glow. Made from hand-blown glass, or glass-like plastics, these voluminous globe-shaped table lamps layer colors, different levels of transparency and light to Made from hand-blown glass, or glass-like plastics, these voluminous globe-shaped table lamps layer colors, different levels of transparency and light to... Full Story
A partir d’aujourd’hui et jusqu’à dimanche, l’Institut français de Cologne et la villa Noailles présentent le travail de Julie Richoz, lauréate du Grand Prix Design Parade en 2012. La designer y dévoile notamment ses projets conçus à l’occasion de résidences à la Cité de la céramique de Sèvres, au CIRVA (Centre International de Recherche sur le Verre et les Arts plastiques) et à la bourse de création de la Galerie Kreo, obtenues dans le cadre du Grand Prix Design Parade. Lire la suite »