From observations of local craftsmen, designer Daniel Glazman, formed a design practice that followed the motto from improvisation to design. Along his path Daniel has created stunning furniture that speaks of utility and function while at the same time allowing for a rich aesthetic experience.
This chair's flexibility allows it to make any office stand out, or any living room or bedroom look elegant.
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Originally intended for the Palliative Care Unit of the Diaconesses / Croix-Saint-Simon Hospital Group, Tomorrow is another day, is a weather station video which gives a clear image of tomorrow’s weather on a daily basis.
Continuing with their mission to collaborate with leading designers to create kinetic design pieces Laikingland introduces their newest work Story Time by Atelier NL.
Story Time is an unconventional clock that challenges users not to tell time by hours in a day but by the stories which happen within time.
On December 15, 2011 Wright will auction the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Kenneth Laurent House and furnishings. The property has been consigned to the Chicago-based auction house by the original owner, Mr. Laurent.
Cristina Grajales Gallery in NYC are presenting designer Ayala Serfaty's first solo show in the United States.
Inspired by the Japanese wrapping method called tsutsumu and his time as a trauma medic in the army - Ran Elimelech created these simple, yet thoughtful, stools entitled Just a Stool
Through thoughtful design these stools require no adhesives to hold them together - simple joints, wedges, cloth, and the weight of someone sitting are what make these objects become a stool.
From November 24th Gallery Gosserez will present Cirkel by Daphna Laurens. The new pieces designed by Daphna have a shared basis, the circle. Two dimensional drawings and ideas took shape during the last months in their workshop by modifying this elemental shape.
Tekio is a modular lighting system designed by Anthony Dickens. Deriving its name from the Japanese word for ‘adaptation’, the design was inspired by Dickens’ travel to the Far East in 2010. The prototype takes the idea of the traditional Japanese paper ‘Cochin’ lantern into a new, design-led dimension.
The Carpenters Workshop Gallery Paris are presenting work from the last three years designed by Robert Stadler in an Exhibition entitled 1000 Days. Stadler's work seems to be highly sought after, just last month we saw his exhibition Wild Home at Triple V in Paris.
Once again the Royal College of Art is hosting their annual 'Secret Postcard' fundraiser. With a total of 2,900 postcards selling at £45 each the fundraiser, as always, is set to help the RCA continue to provide the design and art community with some of the brightest graduates.
After looking through many of the postcards, we have picked some of our favourites.