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Modern Living, Architecture, Design and Technology

Modern Living, Architecture, Design and Technology

GADGETOSE | discover innovative technology TouchOfModern +-0 Humidifier Version 3 by Naoto Fukasawa Womb Chair by Eero Saarinen Therm-O by Manuel Desrochers NEA Intimate Massager by Lelo QLOCKTWO W by Biegert & Funk Meeting Knives by Mia Schmallenbach Silhouette, Floating Lamp by Angela Jansen Erosion II Dining Table by Joseph Walsh Personnage - Paper Toys Art Samedi 22 mars, 2014 Big Joe, le spécialiste de la cuisine Italienne livre à domicile dans son superbe camion tout équipé. Miam ! Un paper toy de la série Boxzet qui a beaucoup de charme. Dimanche 02 mars, 2014 Ce mini paper-toy de Gus Santome rend hommage à Naruto le célèbre Ninja du très populaire manga. Samedi 15 février, 2014 Pour célébrer l’année 2014, le site Dewmuffins a créé un nouveau paper toy sur le modèle de la collection Whimsie. Samedi 08 février, 2014 Pour la St Valentin, optez pour un cadeau original plutôt que pour la traditionnelle carte. Lundi 20 janvier, 2014 C’est le thème du cirque qui a été choisi pour illustrer l’année 2014 par les artistes et designers d’ « Urban Paper Collective » et 3eyedbear ouvre le bal avec ce joli paper toy de clown Samedi 11 janvier, 2014 Pour célébrer le lancement du site « Urban Paper Collective », un nouveau modèle de paper toy a été créé par Marshall Alexander. Dimanche 22 décembre, 2013 Samedi 12 octobre, 2013 Mercredi 02 octobre, 2013

Verner Panton / Design Museum Collection VERNER PANTON (1926-1998) was a master of the fluid, futuristic style of 1960s design which introduced the Pop aesthetic to furniture and interiors. Born in Denmark, he made his name there before settling in Switzerland in the 1960s. During the ‘Beat’ years of the mid-1950s, young European artists and writers bought battered old camper vans to travel across the continent. Every few months, Panton set off from Copenhagen in the Volkswagen for a trek across Europe dropping in on fellow designers as well as any manufacturers or distributors which he hoped would buy his work. Panton had close links with many of the most important Danish designers of that era. Nothing in Verner Panton’s childhood suggested that he might become a designer. Meeting Pøul Henningsen at the Royal Academy of Art, introduced Panton to product design. After leaving Jacobsen, Panton eked out a living from freelance design and architectural commissions, notably a patented shirt ironed with a rotary iron. Biography

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