Colour Installation by Scholten & Baijings

Designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings are master colorists, as exemplified by a significant portfolio of work amassed in over a decade of collaboration. The duo is currently showing their work at The Art Institute of Chicago in an impressive exhibition.

Terrenoire by Marlène Janin

Young designer Marlène Janin has created the collection Terrenoire. French design house Ligne Roset decided to show her collection at their showroom during Paris Design Week in September.

London Design Week 2013: The Conductor by Faye Toogood

  Established & Sons have invited stylist come designer Faye Toogood to create an installation in their showroom in London for London Design Festival this week.

Between Time Pop Up Shop in Berlin

  Wallstrasse 85 is quite a hidden gem of a location in Berlin. Soon to be completely renovated the amazing space that seems like a time pocket of decayed ûbber luxury has been turned into a furniture pop up shop for September only.

New Concept Shop Black

A new concept shop has hit the leafy streets of the area Frederiksberg in Copenhagen. Started by a ceramicist and a fashion store owner, Black is an ever changing space where artists and designers are invited in to do an exhibition/collaboration in the shop changing 4-6 times a year.

ST1112 by Sven Temper

Designer and artist Sven Temper is showing a new chair at his upcoming show “Sven Temper Raumbilder” (“Spatial Pictures”) at the Hans-Peter Jochum gallery in Berlin. Called ST1112 the chair is a unique take on ordinary household. Berlin-based Temper is known for minimalist works that blend cultural patterns and functionality rendered in everyday wood and mass produced materials. … Continue reading

Momentané Exhibition about the Bourroullec Brothers

An exhibition that celebrates Erwan and Ronan Bourroullec‘s 15 years career in design, has recently opened at the Les Arts Décoratifs museum in Paris. The show is called Momentané and includes furniture, lighting, spatial designs, drawings, videos and photographs by the Bourroullec Brothers.

Milan 2013: Moroso

  Yesterday the annual Salone del Mobile or Milan Furniture Fair opened and the first day brought heeps of new products, colours, materials and inspiration. Here’s a sneak peak of italian furniture brand Moroso’s stand. Long lasting friendship and collaboration between owner Patricia Moroso and very-happening designer Patricia Urquiola was very evident as Urquiola’s name … Continue reading

The Picnic Stand by Raw Edges for Kvadrat

London-based design duo Raw Edges arranged hundreds of fabric ribbons around the edge of their display stand for Danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat at this year’s Stockholm Design Week. Raw Edges used a selection of 20 Kvadrat textiles to make the 1500 ribbons that surround the display stand, which they called The Picnic, at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. The wooden structure, … Continue reading

Danish Exhibition joins up Young Design with the Old Masters

The Danish exhibition “At Least One Minute” (Mindst ét minut) has just opened at the art gallery Nivaagaard north of Copenhagen and is a brave and unusual experiment to try and make the viewer stay “at least one minute in front of each painting. The gallery holds a number of painters by old masters such as Rembrandt and Bellini. … Continue reading