Do you like autumn, for its spicy scent soaring in the clear air, gold and copper of falling leaves, light sadness and tranquility, or do you not hate because that season has come here instead a carefree summer, some annoying rain has started to drum and kind of longing has occured. In this case, today, under the heading “Five Things of the Week”, we offer to make a choice, what would you prefere more some carefree in summer or calm and elegant in autumn.
1. Pendini (lighting) designed by Andreas Bergsaker
Andreas Ferdinand Riise Bergsaker (b. 1990) is a Norwegian product designer based in Copenhagen. He graduated with a master degree in Product design from Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA), in June 2015.
Pendini is a minimal pendant with a dimmable and fully adjustable lampshade making it function as a suspended spotlight. Different colour combinations may contribute to an impression of hanging flowers, nodding and illuminating their surroundings.
2. EATING FOR MOROSO designed by Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levie
‘My beautiful backside’ is a seating collection launched by Moroso during Milan Design Week 2008.
Inspired by a miniature painting of an Indian princess in her palace, sitting on the floor surrounded by multiples of cushions, ‘My Beautiful Backside’ collection has a composition of floating cushions in celebratory colours and shapes. The use of oversize badges for buttons are displayed on the cushion backs, communicating various messages “Jeweling up” the seating in the way you might embellish an item of clothing. This collection is upholstered using felt and wool, reminiscent of couture English suits. The designers embellished the wool fabric with graphic in silver and gold foiling, introducing an opulent, ostentatious Indian character.
3. Tom Pouf & Side Table. Designed by Sascha Sartory for SOFTLINE
TOM is a unique pouf that fits under an elegant coffee table – function and style united in a new and innovative product concept.
If you need the pouf or an additional seat, you can simply take it out. If not, the pouf fits under the table and creates an additional storage place for magazines, cell phones, remotes and other small accessories. The soft shape is inspired by antique barrel drums from Asia and adds a modern touch to the room.
4. Abstraction #45 “Diffused attention” artwork by Ekaterina Moong
The artwork Artwork by Ekaterina Moong aka Ekaterina Mungalova (c) (Limited edition prints)
Diffused attention is some kind of concentration, it’ s just the choice, what is more important for you.
5. Large Floor Candle Holders – Natural
more info http://www.nordichouse.co.uk/large-floor-candle-holders-natural-p-1408.html