She is too cool, I tell you!!! Her blog Pia Jane Bijkerk is so rich and wonderful like an extensive dinner.... Pia works internationally, she has a distinctive eye for forecasting lifestyle trends and a strong knowledge in photographic production. Have a look at her library, kitchen, sound and her artist - studio! I can’t wait to try out the new DIY ideas in 2009...
While midnight shopping ;-) I stumbled across the blog from Karen. A New York girl with so many fantastic connections and founds, really amazing! She describes her blog clothes-pin as a new resource for retailers, highlighting new and independent designers to the contemporary market, and that's not overdone! A little assortment: Cocotte Couture from Barcelona, umbrella dress from Gougoloft and SRD Society for Rational Dress. Thanx to Karen!!
Found this beautiful canadien label complexgeometries on world wide web... Last week, I ordered this fantastic women's black binder shirt, today the postman rings twice... How cute is this!!! Thanx Arianna !
Florian Kräutli, Swiss designer, studying in The Netherlands designed this magnetic curtain. Little note: The curtain is not in production yet, but will be available through droog design.... Yeahh! (via lionhug and swissmiss)
Found this wonderful strict pendant lamp from StitchandSew. The japanese designergroup StitchandSew is interested in the relation between living and the objects we use
everyday. (Pendant Lamp available in black, white, pink and beige)
Sybille Steindl and Marisa Pichler of HOPEHOPE collected vintage furniture, which they used in the design of the boutique On y va in Zurich. Visitors to the boutique, feel as though the've entered a classic clothing store that's been operating for decades. Responsible for the interior concept are HopeHope, they did a really great job!
Do you know David Carlson, swedish designer and strategist? Are you interested in intelligent designstrategies and trends? Then you have to read the new publication 5 key design trends! David report free download here!
The Swiss Designers' Saturday 2008 started today! A lot of great exhibition design, a lot of work and a lot of novelties! Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec spent four years working on a chair whose structure is derived from the growth of plants. The Vegetal Chair, produced by Vitra, presented today at Designers' Saturday Langenthal. Just great! Hochparterre, a Swiss design magazin, support the design exhibition via Hochparterre blog! Have a look and enjoy! I will show you more informations and pictures tomorrow!
A warm fridge-seat which belongs to the open kitchen/living area. The KOELKACHEL is using the waste-heath underneath a seat to create a traditional comfort for a new environment. Great idea, wonderful design! (Michou Nanon de Bruijn, Design Academy Eindhoven 2008)
Defining one category for all the work of Sarah Illenberger is no easy
task. The forms the visual translations of her themes assume are far
too diverse. She mostly works alone, but occasionally teams up with a photographer. Have a look here, here, here and here !