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FEITA PARA RECEBER Nesse apartamento, no bairro de Alto de Pinheiros, em São Paulo, somente os banheiros não sofreram grandes mudanças. Todos os outros cômodos ganharam nova vida pelas mãos da arquiteta Cristina Rocha Andrade e da designer Patrícia Rocha. Os novos acabamentos escolhidos foram o suficiente para que o lar desse casal com três filhos adolescentes recebesse uma carga extra de personalidade. Da planta original, com 280 m², pouca coisa mudou: o quebra-quebra limitou-se apenas à dispensa da cozinha – que virou copa – e varanda, que teve a tradicional churrasqueira de carvão substituída por um modelo a gás, mais prático e bacana. Aliás, é nesse espaço que a família costuma se reunir para tomar café da manhã aos finais de semana, já que foi integrado ao living e à cozinha. Perfeita para receber visitas e familiares, a ala social incorporou a sala de jantar, estar e home theater, com suas áreas delimitadas apenas pelos móveis muito bem distribuídos.

REFLECTIONS - TRIENNALE DI MILANO introduction Marina Bautier • Ligne Roset Information Michaël Bihain Julien Carretero • Victor Hunt Jean-François D’Or • Deknudt Mirrors - Reflect+ Jean-François D’Or • Vervloet Dark Maarten De Ceulaer • Nilufar / Galerie du Passage Delvaux Nathalie Dewez Damien Gernay Jules Wabbes Editions 2010 • Wever & Ducré LcD Textile Edition Bart Lens • Deknudt Mirrors - Reflect+ Xavier Lust Xavier Lust • FIAM Italia Nedda • Eternum Nedda • Zeri Crafts Stefan Schöning • FIAM Italia Diane Steverlynck • Valerie Traan Mathias van de Walle • Linadura Ann Van Hoey Danny Venlet Danny Venlet • AGC Glass Europe Sylvain Willenz • Objekten

Startseite - Zirkeltraining™™ ♻ Bernd Dörr Recycling Goods ★ Lovely Recycled Vintage Bags ★ Upcycling Deluxe ★ Taschen aus schön gebrauchten Sportgeräte-Leder und Turnmatten Designer reinventa a porta e o resultado é muito mais legal do que poderíamos imaginar Parece tirado de um qualquer filme de ficção científica, mas a criação é bem real e veio do austríaco Klemens Torggler. Ele está desde 1997 trabalhando no sentido de reinventar a forma como abrimos portas. O sistema que criou permite abri-las e fechá-las com um simples movimento, como se fosse mágica. Acabaram-se as dobradiças e até as portas deslizantes podemos dispensar. É difícil explicar o fenômeno, que usa lâminas, barras de metal, geometria e pura física, por isso o melhor é assistir aos vídeos: O maior perigo é mesmo o de entalar os dedos nessa engenhoca. todas as fotos e vídeos © Klemens Torggler

Balloon Chair by h220430 Au cours de la Semaine du Design de Milan 2014, le studio de design japonais h220430, persiste et signe son concept de meuble suspendu dans les airs par des ballons. Une idée inspirée par le moyen métrage français de 1956, Le Ballon Rouge. Cette fois-ci il ne s’agit pas d’un banc mais d’un fauteuil en cuir qui semble léviter. La magie opère grâce à des accroches trompe l’oeil, dissimulées dans les faux ballons et fixées au plafond. Photographies par IKUNORI YAMAMOTO. Pin It Pin It Pin It Garten-Studio, Atelier, Garden Office – Anbieter in Europa | Tiny Houses Wir haben Ihnen hier eine Liste mit Anbietern zusammengestellt, die sich auf Gartenstudios (in Anlehnung an das Home Office auch „Garden Office“ genannt) spezialisiert haben. Anbieter also, die vor allem Lösugen für zusätzliche Arbeitsräume im Garten anbieten. Da diese Räume speziell zur Nutzung als Büro, Atelier oder Therapieraum konzipiert sind, wurde bewusst auf die Einplanung von Kochgelegenheit und sanitärer Einrichtung verzichtet. Diese Studios sind die ideale Lösung für ein ungestörtes Arbeiten im häuslichen Umfeld. Und sie wachsen bei Bedarf mit: Bei Gründung einer Bürogemeinschaft z.B. kann bei den Modulversionen zusätzlicher Raum problemlos angefügt werden. Wenn Sie für sich selbst oder als Gästehaus explizit ein Minihaus mit Küche und Bad suchen, finden Sie entsprechende Anbieter in der Anbieter-Liste für Minihäuser und Modulhäuser.

Rude Mechanicals Lilies of the valley in a drying hood: Mona by Lucie Koldová for Brokis Lucie Koldová always combines glass and light in extraordinary ways. And now the Paris-based Czech designer has created the “Mona” luminaire for Czech manufacturers Brokis. Glass is Lucie Koldová’s preferred material. The Paris-based Czech designer uses it to conjure up marvelous luminaires full of poetry and a little humor, as is exemplified by “Balloon”, “Muffin” and “Shadow”, all of which she created for Czech luminaire makers Brokis. She loves to work with organic shapes such as water-drops or bubbles, playfully combining the glass with other materials such as metal or wood. www.luciekoldova.comwww.brokis.cz Ecospace | Finden Sie Ihren natürlichen Lebensraum Illustration tutorials for technical and automotive illustrators and art students Updated: December 29, 2014 This illustration tutorial site is designed to provide helpful information related to computer graphics, automotive illustration and technical drawing. Listed below are detailed tutorials and step-by-step drawing lessons for all skill levels, from the beginner art student to the intermediate and advanced professional technical illustrator or automotive illustrator. The illustration tutorials on this site are updated, revised and added to periodically. If you have any technical questions or comments regarding these tutorials please don't hesitate to contact us through the Facebook links below. This tutorial website has been color-proofed using calibrated monitors set at a Gamma of 2.0 and a 5750° K Target White Point. Home|Automotive Illustration|Line Art Illustration|Car Stock Images|Illustration Tutorials

Milan Design Week: Lessons From Topflight Designers Thousands of new products were launched last week in Milan. Amid all the brouhaha, I asked some of the world's most influential designers to pause, look back, and reflect on the designs lessons they've learned. Below are tips from the pros. Yves Béhar: “Ship only when you’re absolutely ready, when you’re 100% sure you have the best possible experience, the best possible product. Jasper Morrison: “At the end of one of these fairs in the late '80s I was getting on a plane and I found myself next to [Italian furniture designer] Vico Magistretti. Hella Jongerius: “Design is never ready. Daniel Libeskind: “Just look at a flower. Naoto Fukasawa: "I think designers should focus on observing the spontaneous behavior of the people to find out what they actually want to have, and to touch--not just the mind. Konstantin Grcic: "Design is about life and life is out there, right in front of us. More Co.Design coverage of Milan Design Week: The Best Eye Candy From Milan Design Week

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