Author Archives: Lerma goce
Young Irish-born, London-based designer Claire-Anne O’Brien is not the first person to apply knitting to product and furniture design. But what’s particular about her work, shown recently at Designersblock during the London Design Festival, is its compelling formal quality. O’Brien
FLOS presents the highly-anticipated North American debut of two of its latest collaborations with iconic designer Michael Anastassiades: the IC LIGHTS and the STRING LIGHTS, winner of the prestigious EDIDA 2014 award in the lighting category. The IC LIGHTS are
Gleaned from around the world, handicraft textile pieces are revealed in a wallpaper collection, arranged on raffia and linen. Colorful ambiances create a new appearance, with patterns and textile weavings harmoniously joined side by side sharing a common color scheme.
Jeremy & Gabrielle are graphic artists from Sydney, Australia. Both created a delicious posters that reflect popular art movements as mouth – watering sandwiches. The Art of Sandwiches are visualised four art movements – Abstract, Cubism, Minimalism & Psychedelic. The
Taking nature as his inspiration, the designer Oivind Slaatto has created a new and unusual light through a creative partnership with Louis Poulsen. “Patera was born of my fascination with the Fibonacci sequence. You can find the spiral pattern wherever
Aleksandra Gaca developed 3D Textile in collaboration with Casalis. Fabrics offers good acoustic isolation but is aesthetically pleasing as well. The attractive textile panel can be mounted on any interior surface hung on walls or ceilings. Textile fabric is modeled