design Lit MaisonFR/EN Bonnesoeurs s’oriente vers le design en éditant le « lit maison » créé par Thélissa. S’il en fallait une… S’il fallait une ultime preuve de l’implication de bonnesoeurs dans le monde très concurrencé de la décoration, alors la voici : Le « lit maison » ! Cette création définit à elle seule leur style tout en légèreté et en fonctionnalité, tout en pureté et en ingéniosité… Fabriqué en France, dans des matériaux naturels, le « lit maison » colle à la personnalité de Lélia et Thélissa : de la qualité plutôt que de la quantité. Si le « lit maison » rencontre un tel succès c’est parce qu’il a été dessiné avec le cœur… Maman de 2 enfants, Thélissa souhaitait offrir à ses petits monstres sacrés non pas un lit mais un paradis… Pur et sécure, il s’impose comme un îlot du bien-être…
Atelier d’Architecture Téqui / AAT actualités|agence|projets|contact Novembre 2013> Fin du gros oeuvre à Pantin Fin du gros oeuvre du projet de 41 logements + une Brasserie à Pantin Voir projet Octobre 2013> L'agence rend un concours de résidence pour chercheurs.
Design File 006: Dan Friedman In this series, Matthew Sullivan (AQQ Design) highlights some designers that you should know, but might not. Previously, he looked at the work of Luigi Caccia Dominioni. Dan Friedman: Born in Cleveland, Ohio, 1945. Died in New York City, 1995. The best a designer can do is consistently offer forthright attempts at communication, by way of an open and multifaceted mind. The offerings of most designers are meant to be metabolized instantly, as minor tweaks to existing models; this is commerce without content.
Emmanuel Combarel Dominique Marrec architectes At the Guggenheim: On Kawara's Obsessive Daily Records How do you enter the immense body of repetitious work left by the late On Kawara? You might approach it as an effort to document existence: through five solid decades the Japanese artist marked the elemental components of his days on earth—the dates, the locations, the paths he traveled, the times of day he awoke, the sheer fact of his life’s continuation for one more day. “On Kawara – Silence,” the artist’s current retrospective at the Guggenheim, presents Kawara’s work as just this: a record of time, place, and habit as the systems that govern our daily lives. The museum’s unique layout amplifies Kawara’s output, generating significance through the sheer mass of material presented. The Guggenheim’s High Gallery offers a prelude of sorts to Kawara’s best-known works in Title (1965), a triptych of early riffs on the date paintings that show more conceptual freedom than his later series.
Architecture and more ARHOJ Hello / News Blog / Interiors / Flow / Where to buy / Press / About Little Bird Jar / Wooden container Totem Box / wooden box Big Bird Jar / Wooden container El Altiplano - Daniel Kukla El Altiplano Fullscreen At over 12,000 feet above sea level in the arid highlands of southern Bolivia, exists an area where the crust of the salty earth presses into the dome of the sky. This high altitude gives rise to an inhospitable environment seemingly devoid of life. However, it is this very climate that exerts an ever-changing influence on the stark landscape and drives otherworldly life forms to adapt and thrive. Ultimately these elements coalesce to generate the surreal beauty found in this unique environment, one both rich in natural history and little understood.
Agnes Martin The Islandsacrylic and graphite on canvas, 72" x 72" (182.9 cm x 182.9 cm). Unbeckoning Grass, 1958. oil on canvas, 40" x 40" (101.6 cm x 101.6 cm). Untitled #10, 2002. acrylic and graphite on canvas, 60" x 60" (152.4 cm x 152.4 cm). Untitled #3, 2003. acrylic and graphite on canvas, 60" x 60" (152.4 cm x 152.4 cm). Untitled #9, 1999. acrylic and graphite on linen, 12 x 12 (30.5 x 30.5 cm). Untitled, 1959. oil on linen, 12 x 12" (30.5 x 30.5 cm).
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herbert bayer: man crush and other stuff I love me some some Herbert Bayer. Everyone knows his seminal Bauhaus graphic and photo work, and as great as that material is, I decided to try to show you some more obscure stuff. I could have gone on and on, Karla Black Opening reception: Saturday, March 1, 6 – 8 PM David Zwirner is pleased to present its first exhibition with Karla Black. On view at 519 West 19th Street in New York, the Glasgow-based sculptor presents a large-scale powder floor and a cellophane window, both made specifically for the space, as well as hanging and standing works made from paper. Black creates abstract sculptures using a combination of everyday materials including powder, soap, gels, and pastes, along with more traditional media such as plaster, chalk, paint, and paper.
MALONE - alex p white in collaboration with Strauss Bourque Lafrance//////////////////////////////////////////// Modern Memphis Design Trend I will tell you nothing new by proclaiming that Memphis is back. No sir. You all would’ve seen it happening in the last couple of years, but things have really come to a head in the last year, with no signs of it slowing down. Call it the 80s revival (I shudder) if you like – Modern Memphis is back with a vengeance, except this time it comes in varying nuances and often in a slightly more sophisticated version of itself.