Monthly Archives: December 2016

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Dutch design office Rietveld Landscape has built an arched foam screen with hundreds of building-shaped holes inside a disused chapel at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht. The installation presents the “negative spaces” of the model city and stretches from the

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In creating the new cactus and landscape series, Kwang-Ho Lee has experimented with various techniques such as scratching, rubbing of the paintbrush, and tapping on the canvas whilst enlarging the subject to its extreme to make the cactus seem like

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Spiff is a small lamp inspired by old solid wooden toys. This is the first project Northern Lighting collaborated with the young and exciting design team Gridy from Oslo, Norway. The lamp is made out of sustainable oak, a popular

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Skin  radiators designed by James Di Marco for Caleido. The carbon steel coating of the Skin designer radiators gives exclusive values, making the product a unique object.  Caleido has spent twenty years developing designer radiators and towel warmers, all the

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From @tent_london, a colorful rug inspired by artist Henri Matisse’s works made of paper cutouts by Sonya Wiiner. The irregular shaped rug also has a sculptural quality with pile height variations.

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Swedish-French design duo Färg & Blanche pairs a factory-produced chair with “garments” that can be placed over its back, each handmade in the designers’ studio in Stockholm. The garments include small, straight back panels and wider, cushioned backs that come