Monthly Archives: February 2015

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Cervantes Light by LZF

The Cervantes light from LZF is a noble design, one whose form is both splendid and sublime. This truly contemporary lamp is crafted with modern-day skill and technological innovation. At the same time, Cervantes makes reference to a centuries-old Spanish

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The NETwork edition is the transformation of 2-dimensional embroidery into a pop-up furniture object.  The empirical design project is a combination of the application of new high technologies to traditional stitching techniques and a collection of edited textile objects. Since

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Munich-based designer Konstantin Grcic draws on the natural way that fabric drapes over a piece of furniture, as means of protection or preservation, for his ‘Cape’ chair created for British design and manufacturing brand Established & Sons. Growing from the

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London-based Luum Studio launched in the recent Euroluce lighting exhibition, part of Milan International Design Week 2015 new collection of lighting. New British lighting design studio and manufacturer Luum are delighted to announce their launch following their unveiling of three

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The landscapes of the Italian artist Giampaolo Ghisetti are poetic, ethereal and dreamy. He shows Venice in different, an artistic way in pastel tones and ethereal fog. Giampaolo Ghisetti was born in 1944 in Venice. He approached painting toward the

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Based in Taiwan, uphold the fresh taste of Taiwan. KIMU design introduces design into our environment by the most simple and natural ways. They believe that design exists in closeness with humanity. Their products will positively transform the world. Because

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Small Everyday Things

Marise Maas incorporates and deconstructs the small, everyday things in her paintings: pods from the garden, lampshades, headphones, telephones, socks. Horses, which she loves also figure heavily in her work. The scribbly abstract depictions that appear in seemingly random areas of

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The one-story house, which has impressive diagonal views of Lake Zurich and the Alps, is situated on the upper edge of the village, on a longish, slightly sloping site. The construction is defined by a guide wall and angular concrete

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Fresh idea of ​​using textile waste at more artistic and creative way by Meb Rure. This ecological furniture family consist of chair, ottoman and stool which are made of American white oak and recycled silk yarns from Nepal. The ethnic-inspired