The personal blog from French stylist Aurélie Lécuyer, better known as ledansla, is a daily treasure for me. Photographer Melanie Rodriguez did a great job for The socialite Family a new family related interior blog, with a mood report in the creative oasis of Aurélie. More here! Merci beaucoup for this special!
Yes please, I'll take them all!
Superinteresting concept of unique objects (stool please!), made by young designer Yael Tandler. This is concrete, yes! Thank you Einat for the link!
Seating and side table like Swiss Alps, wow!
Yes, I'm in India again!! To be honest, I'm really hard working, but I found some really interesting new things here... The masks and the toys are so beautiful, the shape, the colors and the smart materials! What do you think? Do I have a shifted designview....?
1.Papier Mache, Mask of the God Hanuman
2.Wood Toy, Attack by the tigers on the elephant
3.Cowdung Toys, Toy of Lord Jagannath
4.Wood Carving, painted toy of a monkey
A special thank for this wonderful present to Aditi Ranjan, she made this wonderful book, Handmade in India!
Do you need some material moods? Here we are!
In design I am particularly interested in the properties of the material: the soft texture of ceramics, its subtle colours and matte and glossy surfaces. I highly value everyday moments. Maybe what I am trying to do is to introduce some solace and consolation into daily life through everyday objects of beauty.
:quote by Nathalie Lahdenmäki
Lightweight stool or wavy Coat hanger, the technology developed by Oskar Zieta is fantastic. Welded and inflated very carefully under high pressure to create unique bulges and waves. That's design!!
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!!
Today I got a link from a friend, a new material 'newspaper' wood shown in Milan last month. Wow!! A concept from Mieke Meijer at the Design Academy Eindhoven. Thank you Hanu!
Actually I'm not a big tea fan, but this service à thé, is wonderful!!
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!
Join consists of a series of three space-dividers. In each piece two lined frames, representing the humble integrity inherent to the craft, are visually merged to create a moment that deviates from the conventional Tategu aesthetic, and introduces angles and shapes that are not commonly used in the craft. BCXSY is a cooperative between Boaz Cohen and Sayaka Yamamoto. Impressing!! More here!