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вторник, 17 август 2010 г.

неделя, 7 юни 2009 г.

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Salad Servers by Renzo Piano



This Serving Set, designed by Renzo Piano in 1998 combine stainless steel with a natural wood handle. The soft curving edges make for a timeless and graceful appeal. At about $115 for the set, this makes a very nice gift.

As part of the same collection, Piano designed cutlery in the same easy profile. This sells for about $100 per place setting.

сряда, 13 май 2009 г.

Flos

Flos представиха няколко нови продукта на впечатляващия си щанд по време на Euroluce в рамките на Миланското изложение. В колекцията на Flos участваха дизайнерите Philippe Starck, Marcel Wanders and Paul Cocksedge, както и много други.




събота, 18 април 2009 г.

karim rashid: 'koncord' stool for slide






karim rashid has designed 'koncord', a rotational molded polyethylene stool for
the italian company slide. it will be on display at superstudio piu in via tortona 27
during milan design week 09.

петък, 3 април 2009 г.

wallpapers



сряда, 1 април 2009 г.

Modern Retail Interiors - C.L.S. by Kata







http://www.kata2001.com/

неделя, 29 март 2009 г.

Icon Lamp by V12 Design for I TRE

From Valerio Cometti:

Icon owes its strong personality to its distinctive shape and to the juxtaposition of opaque and transparent materials. Icon is a large decorative lamp and I’m particularly pleased with the way the light projected by its own light source interacts with it: the vast opalescent disc on the bottom side of the lamp enhances the quality of the light emission and the glass ribbon creates an elegant ring of light that brings together the heart of Icon with the external environment. It is a precious light manufactured with a great deal of accuracy, beautifully finished with its liquid painted spun metal parts, seamlessly joined with pressed glass and plexiglass details.




понеделник, 23 март 2009 г.

Lepidoptera Chair by Simone LeAmon

Australian designer Simone LeAmon has won the 2009 Cicely & Colin Rigg Contemporary Design Award for the Lepidoptera Chair. The award focuses on contemporary design in the Australian state of Victoria, and is organized by the National Gallery of Victoria. This year, the award was dedicated to contemporary seat furniture design.


Cementum Collection by Viteo and Concreto

Viteo, an Austrian designer/producer of outdoor furniture, has collaborated with the manufacturer Concreto to produce the Cementum collection.

From Viteo:

The new Cementum Collection marks a further systematic development in VITEO’s design vocabulary: here, the art of reducing furniture to its essentials is practised right down to the simplest of cubic shapes! This time around, light grey concrete components at ground level feature a lightweight construction and set a new tone in the design of outdoor areas.


Casamania’s 2009 Salone del Mobile Preview

Italian furniture manufacturer Casamania has sent us preview images of the new pieces they will formally introduce at the 2009 Salone del Mobile show in April. The new collection includes seating by Karim Rashid, StokkeAustad, and Luca Nichetto, coffee tables by GamplusFratesi, a cabinet by Wis Design, and modular shelves by Claudio Bellini.

The Morro Sofa by deQuinta

Brazilian designers Marcelo Damm, Rafael Roldão, Renato Mosci of deQuinta Design, with the help of Giuliano Mello, have created the Morro Sofa.

From deQuinta:

It all started with a mess. And it was beautiful. Living in Rio, a city surrounded by a bit of chaos here and there, favelas, and thinking that besides all that it works, we figured out that this mess was also functional. And how to incorporate it into a project, how to build upon it? Perhaps even more important, how to make it socially and ecologically relevant and also inspire some criticism? Bring the discussion to your home?

So here is Morro.

Morro is a slang for favela in Rio, something like a hill covered with houses built with whatever means they have. And this had to be translated to the project. Built out of foam waste from other traditional sofas, using cloth shreds as lining (with the help of a favela seamstress and craftwork co-operative) different colored and sized cubes are attached to a very simple recycled wood structure with the use of velcro.




The NYLO Hotel in Plano, Texas

The first location of the emerging NYLO hotel brand recently opened in Plano, Texas. The new hotel chain aims to offer a unique alternative for travelers who want a change from the traditional cookie-cutter mid-priced hotel experience. NYLO plans to have 50 hotels across North America by 2010. NYLO’s second hotel, in Warwick, Rhode Island, makes its debut in late summer, 2008. Others are slated to open in 2009 in the following markets: Irving, Texas; Denver/Boulder, Colorado; and Kansas City, Missouri.





CAMPER

Designer Alfredo Häberli created the interior for this Camper shoe store in Paris. Even though the space is small, he still managed to inject some delightful touches of design. We especially enjoy the shelving upon which the shoes are presented, be sure to notice the various rounded shapes that add some whimsical flair to the shopping experience.




Daylesford Organic

Daylesford Organic, a growing chain of organic food store/cafés in the UK. Their stores are filled with simple clean contemporary lines and soothing earth tones that are a perfect fit for their brand of organic living.






неделя, 22 март 2009 г.

The FEEK Oisterbar


The San Ranieri Hotel



Moët & Chandon Marquee by PTW Architects

The Sydney, Australia based PTW Architects designed this Marquee for the champagne producer Moët & Chandon that was used during the Melbourne Cup horse race.

From the architects:

PTW has used the latest digital technologies from concept to realisation of the design, to create a sparkling and surreal atmosphere in the name of the “bubble-ism”.

Through the use of daylight and a tensioned Lycra material that is digitally patterned and custom-tailored for the space, a 10 by 10 off-the-shelf marquee is transformed into a space that the press describes as an “avant-garde environment not of this earth”.