Monthly Archives: May 2016

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The objects that surround human life, even the most trivial, exist to perform specific tasks. Sometimes they have compound names that explain how to use them. In the house of the Italian designer Vito Nesta, for example, the buttons are

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Unseen Products had these amazing felt cushions from designer Ronél Jordaan. I love the pea pods and the succulents best. Unseen is a company whose desire it so help the economic development of small producers in developing countries and bring

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‘Surrounded’ stools by London-based Els Woldhek of  Whatels studio introduce bright and colorful handmade garlands using a simple rope making technique. The twisting of the threads on two occasions keeps them twined and in their place. In the means of

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Gem is a series of carpet designed by Normann Copenhagen with a distinctive graphic expression. The asymmetric, angular appearance, and the facets of a jewel, of course, were the inspiration of the design.

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When you begin decorating a room, start with a rug. It lays the foundation for space management, color pallet, and furniture style. Elegant, royal, rich, or flowery you just can’t go wrong with a well made rug. Golran rugs began

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A cool simple product that is easy to use and does the job – resolves meeting room squatters. It connects to WiFi, existing calendars and is so energy-friendly you can use it for months on a single battery charge. Joan

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Arflex works closely with internationally renowned and innovative designers and architects Claesson Koivisto Rune to created a soft, comfortable sofa seating – Mangold. The Mangold sofa system – inspired by art, architecture and geometry – is designed to be combined

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Unwieldy sculptures of Ryan Johnson, entitled Self Storage, meditates on the messiness of life in transition, whether between independence and family or childhood and adulthood. The sculptures are large, some well above 13 feet tall, and more figurative than Johnson’s

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The new collection of Vorwerk “Elementary Shapes” is created from the master of collages and honeycombs Werner Aisslinger – this virtuoso with creative hands follows honorably the footsteps of Hadi Teherani’s highly successful carpet tile collection. Werner Aisslinger has interpreted