Bienvenue to online magazine about Design, Art, Lifestyle & Culture. Pure aestheticism, nothing more.

Five design things of this week #12

5_things_week_12_en

If the middle of November seems to you as dark and cold period, look at our selection of designer items. The oriental lamps in combination with ascetic lines of modern trends create coziness and you will want to hide with a good book and a cup of fragrant tea in the yellow-orange armchairs of the company Brabbu.

 

1. NAMIB | ARMCHAIR  BRABBU

images_60_brabbu_9

Namib Desert has become the inspiration for this chair: the idea of the struggle between the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the sands of the desert. The balanced composition of curves of chairs, satin, wood reminds us the classic forms. Therefore, the armchair fits for any interior and make it look timeless.

2. Abstraction #11.

images_91_2

The feeling when scattered #pearls are bouncing off the ladder in absolute darkness straight at you.

#artwork by Ekaterina Mungalova © aka Ekaterina Moong

https://www.flickr.com/photos/ekaterinamoong/

http://www.behance.net/moong

3.  Table Lamp Princess Fan Small Silver

images_91_3

Handmade silver plated brass lamp with hole pattern which creates a shadow pattern on the wall when using a transparant light bulb.

more

4. Lowell Coffee Table

images_91_4

Crafted from bands to form a boldly-scaled base, our Lowell Coffee Table is both substantial and airy. It’s finished with an aged copper patina that gives it rich warmth and a sense of age for a statement-making effect.

more 

5. Moroccan Lanterns 

images_91_5more

 

Similar posts
  • When design inspires #13. Glithero. D... The creative duet of Glithero (British designer Tim Simpson and Dutch designer Sarah van Gameren) never stop to amaze. In their London studio, they create objects, furniture and installations. The key points of their work is the transformation of the object in time. Their credo is functionality, simplicity, understandable to everyone, but created by non-standard [...]
  • Mihial Chemiakin. Jewellry for magic Mikhail Shemyakin together with the jewelry company SASONKO developed decorations and miniatures (the images of the characters of the Nutcracker ballet). They carry a certain magic, same of what the artist created for the theater.     Now these jewelry can be part of the image of the wearer, bringing him/her a little magical mood [...]
  • Wim Delvoye. Read the message Any art has a deep meaning in it, even if it seems senseless and irrational to you. Art is always a message to all mankind or a particular person. It can be ironic, often veiled and not always readable, but this does not become less significant. Simply, the energy message of the creator and the [...]
  • Mihail Chemiakin. Impressions of the ... In honor of the 75th anniversary of the artist Mihail Chemiakin, a retrospective of his work has been opened at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (#mmoma). Ambiguous, rebellious spirit of the creator is presented at all stages of creativity from the 60-70s to the present day. A complex life and career takes several halls, [...]
  • Sois creatif! Be creative!  The adver... Тhe original advertising campaign launched by the French advertising agency LunaGalo, is a series of posters “Be creative!” with different motivating slogans. The set of placats «Be creative», and the first one is called «Casse stéréotypes» or «Break stereotypes». Nothing better sometimes than just to break patterns, erase some stereotypes and tear chains. Let they get [...]

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

  • English
  • Русский
  • Français

Recent Comments

    Рейтинг@Mail.ru