First have a look at this mood picture.... The collection is shaped and inspired by conifer pine trees. They come in pairs, you can move them around, remove the cushion and use the hidden table.
The weather is great in Switzerland, first BBQ's and 'working in the garden' time. In this context, I saw the project of Anne Holtrop, it looks like a house in no man's land, enchanted rooms inbetween reality and fiction. The Trail House is part of the exhibition Unknown Territories curated by Museum de Paviljoens.
It's not a big secret, I'm a food lover but not the chef cook... When I stumbled across the vegetable illustrations from Stanislava Pinchuk aka Miso I couldn't resist to preorder this cookbook Mr Wilkinson's favorite vegetables immediately. Have a look!
As a furniture designer myself, I think to design furniturelegs is something really difficult. It's similar to shoes, if you wear the perfect dress and crappy shoes, this kills the whole look. The idea of Prettypegs is to create a new way of personalising furniture from brands like IKEA. A set of Prettypegs simply adds colour and character to your furniture. And just like your favorite pair of shoes, they complete the look.
Pally is a stool for kids and grown-ups. By moving the colourful sticks you can create countless patterns for the seat. The sitting experience is soft because the sticks lay on superlon. Pally comes in two mobile sizes - large and small. Pally is currently looking for a manufacturer.... contact here!
Yes I'm a little bit in this deco mood at the moment. we hope to finish our house till the end of april, so I have to look for all this great inspiring (affordable and DIY) interior stuff... The house of Silje Aune Eriksen, a Norwegian ceramic designer, is featured in the Norwegian Elle Decoration. Yes please!