Skin Chairs by Studio 9191

Gigi Barker of Studio 9191 has created a collection of Skin Chairs and Stools that look, feel and even smell like human skin. Advertisements

Objects of Use Exhibition by Maria Bruun & Anne Dorthe Vester

Danish designer Maria Bruun and architect Anne Dorthe Vester have created a number of products that balance on the edge between art, architecture and design. They are currently being shown at Etage Projects under the title Objects of Use.

Reflets Mirror by Claire Lavabre

French designer Claire Lavabre‘s sensible project Reflets Mirror continues to impress.

Infinite White Space by Doug Wheeler

American artist Doug Wheeler has created the installation D-N SF 12 PG VI in the courtyard of Venice’s Palazzo Grassi – an infinite space where white lighting removes the sense of depth and perspective.

AFFORDANCES #1 by Jonathan Zawada

    AFFORDANCES #1 (You Only Reincarnate Infinitely) are an open edition of side-tables based on essential forms and simplified construction by Australian artist/designer Jonathan Zawada.

Milan 2014: Nendo & COS

  The Nendo & COS collaboration is probably one of my favourite events from this year’s Salone in Milan. Simple, clever & beautiful and collected in this film.

Milan 2014: Kvadrat Celebrates Divina

Here’s a little sneek peek of the Divina Exhibition from Kvadrat that will open Tuesday during Salone in Milan.

Hermès Métamorphose by Vallée Duhamel

  Vallée Duhamel has created this collage-like movie for Hermes. Curious, humorous and delightful.

Spot 2013

Milanese gallerist Nina Yashar of Nilufar Gallery Milan, has fitted out a 15-room space in the historical Hôtel de Miramion in Paris.

Miss Dior Chair & Room of One’s Own by Nika Zupanc

Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc has referenced an essay by English writer Virginia Woolf to create a latticed writing room and furniture for French fashion house Dior. When asked to create a piece for Dior’s Esprit – Miss Dior exhibition, Nika Zupanc used Modernist writer Virginia Woolf’s 1929 essay A Room Of One’s Own as a starting point for a … Continue reading