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ROOM Collection by Erik Olovsson & Kyuhyung Cho When it comes to furniture, people are used to placing a object within a square space. While it is common to use a square form to arrange an object, Erik and Kyuhyung were interested in diversifying the relationship between object and space to create furniture as rooms for objects. The focus was to explore the mix-and-match quality of the ensemble in our spaces from a graphical approach. The Sound of Taste . Feel Flavour

ADOBE : ilaria.i Adobe è una collezione di accessori per la scrivania realizzata utilizzando l’antica tecnica di produzione manuale dei mattoni. Il suo nome infatti deriva dall'impasto di argilla, limo, sabbia e fibre vegetali utilizzato da molte popolazioni in ogni epoca per realizzare il più comune materiale da costruzione. "Ho creduto interessante sviluppare degli oggetti domestici con la stessa tecnica con cui si costruiscono le case, lasciandomi guidare dalle varie tonalità che derivano dalle diverse composizioni del terreno in Italia. Questi sono gli ingredienti che ho utilizzato per realizzare il mio progetto." Adobe è composto da 3 elementi dalle forme pure realizzati con 3 diverse varietà di argilla che conferiscono agli oggetti altrettante tonalità di colore.

egg wood' space A little After Effects magic for a scene produced at BRIKK for Svenska Kraftnät. A style frame for an upcoming animation I am currently working on with Daniel Isedal. Rich Brilliant Willing Akoya's perforated shade shell proudly reveals a glass pearl bulb. This pendant light drops elegantly, exuding a warm LED glow and is best above a dining table, or strung together in a row... Made in USA MaterialsHand blown opal glassPerforated shade or parchment shade (Custom finishes available) SpecificationRemote phosphor LEDWarm white 2700K 95 CRITriac dimming 0-100%10W power consumption120V input 60Hz240V input 60Hz (optional)Internal power supply Dimensions14 x 9" H356 x 229 mm H

Free Art Bureau Cybernetics, Art & Ideas. J.Reichardt “One thing that foreigners, computers and poets have in common, is that they make unexpected linguistic associations.” »> PDF link to preface. Benvenuti in Seletti L'ART DE LA TABLE KEYTLERY | design: alessandro zambelli > Seletti aims ata new poetryof production anddaily life,an on-goingjourney withinthe idea of beautyFor us this is(r)evolution. LIGHTING EGG_OF_COLUMBUS | design: valentina carretta > Visual Music Creation LAB Charles Zana - Architect Charles Zana has a killer portfolio full of modern interiors for both commercial and residential. I really love the details in finishes whether it be the floors, walls or doors and trim. There is also some pretty amazing artwork throughout these interiors. make sure to check out the rest of these images for some tasty eye candy.

david shrigley lines sketch restaurant's pink walls with 239 original drawings jun 11, 2014 david shrigley lines sketch restaurant's pink walls with 239 original drawings david shrigley lines sketch restaurant’s pink walls with 239 original drawings all images courtesy of david shrigley british artist david shrigley has re-imagined the eclectic london restaurant, sketch, with primarily pink interiors and his own personal drawings, which line the surrounding walls. the site hosts 239 new works, the largest presentation of original shrigley drawings to date. the illustrations thematically consider motifs of life, death and beyond, which offer points of departure for diners to muse on. the exhibition continues onto the restaurant tables with bespoke ceramic tableware — manufactured by british brand caverswall — featuring shrigley’s trademark mordant drawings and texts, making the meal itself a site-specific sculptural work. pink interiors are primarily set throughout the space the walls have been lined with site specific illustrations drawn by the artist

In the Raw: The Strange Beauty of Plywood Previous image Next image Traditionally used as a substrate (read: a building material that goes under other things), plywood is slowly starting to come out in the open. LA Modern to Auction Off Ettore Sottsass Designs Architect and industrial designer Ettore Sottsass may not be a household name, but recent retrospectives at LACMA and London's Design Museum have broadened the audience for his office equipment, furniture and ceramics. One fan of his work was computer pioneer, movie producer and art collector Max Palevsky. While Sottsass' early career was spent working for clients such as Fiorucci, Esprit, the Italian furniture company Poltonova, Knoll International, Alessi and the city of Turin (designing its street furniture), it was in the early 1980s that Sottsaas founded the Memphis Group. With an international band of designers, the group launched a collection of 40 pieces of furniture, ceramics and household products. The Memphis group became known for its post-modern design sense, with a strong emphasis on color, irony and intentional assymetry. Ettore Sottsass Master Bedroom Bed Frame.

Lindsey Adelman : Studio : STUDIO VISIT We build each fixture to order in our Manhattan studio. Studio Team:Alex Snook, Production Team Avram Kosasky, Post Production TeamBarrett Hanrahan, Studio DirectorBen Billick, Production Team Bennett Bistline, Junior Sales AssociateBrendan Keim, Senior Designer & Production TeamBrock Shorno, Post Production ManagerClare Hearns, Production AssistantColin Cobb, Production TeamCortney Andrews, BookkeepingErin McAleavy, Assistant to Lindsey AdelmanKirsten McCord, BookkeepingIlya Brukhman, Junior DesignerJosephine Kingery, Senior Sales AssociateKarl Zahn, Design DirectorKevin Quale, Pre-Production Manager & Senior DesignerLeo Madriz, Production TeamLindsey Adelman, Founder and Creative DirectorMailin Peng, Digital Design Team Mary Savel, Director of OperationsMary Wallis, Senior Designer & Sales AssociateMaya Holmes, Production TeamNat Tingley, Post Production TeamSara McBeen, Senior Designer & Production ManagerSasha Ritter, Post Production TeamScot Bailey, Production Team