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Luminaire Flow.P par Mike Chen Cette lampe imaginée par le designer Mike Chen est basée sur le naturel, la forme organique de la fleur. Le centre contient des diodes qui éclairent la fleur et définissent les bords des pétales, offrant un sentiment paisible et serein dans la pièce où elle est installée. Chen signe ici un très bel objet de décoration d’intérieur qui amène une touche poétique et chimérique. Vous pouvez découvrir de nombreux autres projets sur son site. Pin It Pin It YAMAMOTO GENDAI ODANI, Motohiko (b.1972) ODANI Motohiko Web ART iT Bespoke Furniture and Kitchen Design, Glasgow, Scotland | John Galvin Furniture Design. » John Galvin Design shigeki fujishiro design Seo Young Deok's Incredible Chain Sculptures photo © Seo Young Deok The human body and its formation lie at the core of the Korean artist Seo Young Deok’s work who is preoccupied with the stories told through the human figure. His solo exhibition 'Dystopia' took place at the INSA/Arko Art Centre in Seoul from 26 October 2011 until 31 October 2011 and showed his nude sculptures made meticulously in welded metal chain links piece by piece. Seo Young Deok presented a number of nude sculptures, some lying on the ground, some hung on the walls. What Seo Young Deok’s sculptures capture is the anxieties of the modern human and especially the anxieties of the younger generation. One might also go as far as to say that the fact that he is using chain and therefore a form of linkage is an attempt to present the natural form as one with the manmade and the mechanized. Discover Seo Young Deok's chain sculptures through the pictures that follow: sources: Seo Young Deok

« W.W. Stool » Formé à l’école Camondo, Philippe Starck est un designer particulièrement prolixe dont le musée présente quelques exemples témoins. Parmi les plus connus, les sièges « Louis Ghost » et « Richard III » se jouent avec humour des styles. Par sa transparence le « Louis Ghost » est un « fantôme » de siège dont les références sont à chercher autant dans les styles du XVIIIe siècle que dans les fauteuils de Christian Dior. « W.W. © 2012 | STEVEN MORGANA OOOMS | dutch design MOUSSE CONTEMPORARY ART MAGAZINE RAMO Branch Multi-Tap by Eunsung Kwon (Enzo) Powerful Branches The Ramo Branch Multi Tap is a dramatic representation of power consumption and how gadget-dependent we are. It looks more artistic than practical and can literally grow to branch out by simply fitting in modular socket stubs. The tree may look good but I won’t promise beauty in the ensuing wiring chaos. Designer: Eunsung Kwon (Enzo)

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Zaha Hadid for melissa Zaha Hadid Created This Hot Mess I’ll keep this straight forward. This shoe is the result from a collaboration between renowned architect Zaha Hadid and Brazilian fashion label Melissa. As with any Zaha Hadid design, the sweeping conundrums are rightly apparent and I hate it. It took Hadid 2 years to come up with this? The shoe comes in black, charcoal grey, green, yellow, silver, white and purple colorways; available in Australia May 2009 (a-hem Shane). Architect: Zaha Hadid