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!)
Kontor Kontur is a design office, working with graphic design, product design and interior design in Gothenburg. Absolutely in LOVE!!!!
Today is wonderful : sunny weather, long sleep, doing nothing, strolling through the internet..... Priya Kambli, indian artist who lives in US, describes her work with this words: my photographs visually express the notion of transience and split cultural identity caused by the act of migration. Perfect Indian mood!
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I'm really happy when this year will be over... this year was really well stocked with work and stress... At the moment ( during a 'creative break') I found this ottoman from Noé Duchaufour-Lauwrance, what a name! And what a cosy canape!! What do you think? The color is strange somehow, but also perfect??
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A friend of mine launched an exclusive online shop with wonderful colored Kashmiri shawls, the collection is named LALIT. The Lalit Kashmiri shawls are exceptionally soft, warm and they have a subtle sheen. And yes, they ship internationally!! And here a special for all my Swiss readers: Tomorrow is a 'pre christmas happening' in Zurich at Räffelstrasse 25 : Oh Darling, it's christmas again... All the shawls are available there.... Wish you good shopping!
Shorttrip MADRID is over, it was really cool! I saw there a stunning project by danish textile producer Kvadrat, great personal options for a new composition!! And the colors are really mine... So let's start in this superfast week!
At the moment I'm working for a workshop in the late November. The topic of the workshop is the open working space in a big new building in Zurich. While researching about other thrilling projects, I found in an old Frame Magazine the project from Louise Campbell and Marianne Britt Jorgensen. They planed the office spaces for Minister's Staff Copenhagen. One word, stunning!!!
While planning the last details in our house, like color concepts, I'm also researching a lot about decoration... I found this project, wow, this is really a statement!!