Melbourne based designstudio Coco Flip aka designer Kate Stokes was inspired by the old tin can telephone. Also called 'lovers telephone', this spun copper pendant light pays tribute to a time gone by.
Swiss manufacturer and designers Volciane Cassanovas, Stéphane Dentand and Thomas Labarthe aka MÏXCV walk the line between minimalism and expressionism. Below: Portan lamp red and Cardi chair yellow. Stunning.
You need more contrast? Here we are: Shirotokuro is a shortened form of ‘Shiroi to kuroi’ which is Japanese for ‘black and white’. Shirotokuro is a curated gallery of exquisite design, illustration and photography distilled to it’s purest monochromatic elements of black and white. And yes, it's a blog!! (Thank you Einat for the link!)
I'm back in blogland, finally! Last week was filled with work, preparing babyboy birthday, cleaning the house, painting and so on.... But it was great! Let's start the week with this wonderful temporary house made by Martin Azua. A basic inhabitable volume; foldable, inflatable and reversible. Great!!
We are really happy to announce: We found our Winter Intern!
Please welcome Prachi from Pune, India!
She is currently studying graphic design at NID, a fabulous design university located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. (I visited NID on my Indiatrip last february!) So please stay tuned, soon you'll see more from Prachi here!
Studio Madame Hervé got over 80 applications from all over the world!! It was an extremly difficult task to short-list candidates! I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for the interest you have shown in studio Madame Hervé. I think the intern experiment will be great!!
A friendly concept for this grey and rainy days: color splash! A collection of hand blown glass lamps that originates from prdouction leftovers, collected from the Murano furnaces. Redesigned by Isaac Pineiro, Kelly pearson, Hiromi Fukikoshi and Roberto Rossi.
Yesterday was a good day, I found THE pendant lamp for my Studio space. The Drawing Light is a series of cloud-like lamps, they are drawings in space, emphasizing the volume of light. Absolutely cool! And thanks a lot Sara for the informations!