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Five design things of this week #7

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So… Our short Summer aspires to step down for the next season. And we are pacing reluctantly to the its last week. And we want to collect our weekly set by really energetic items, that you can feel cosmic vibes, recharge you “inner batteries” and meet autumn with all power of universe.




1. DESIGNER OVAL BLACK  GLASS COFFEE TABLE CONTEMPORARY MODERN RETRO

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Material: Fibre Glass, Glass
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DESIGNER-OVAL-BLACK-RED-WHITE-GLASS-COFFEE-TABLE-CONTEMPORARY-MODERN-RETRO-/130850894791

2. SIAMESE CHAIRS by Karim Rashid.

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Material: injected açai, injected acerola, liquid wood and injected coconut.

http://www.karimrashid.com/projects/#category_1/project_96

3. Pine cone pendant. design by Charlotte Høncke/Olaf Recht. Bo concept

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Material: Cord colour: black. Lamp: satin finished metal

https://www.boconcept.com/en-ca/pine-cone/105660001440.html

4. COSMIC ENERGY

The distant stars beckon us with their mysterious light, they are inaccessible and attractive. Space is our most powerful resource of energy.

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Artwork Ekaterina Mungalova (c) aka Ekaterina Moong (Limited edition prints) are available for sale https://ekaterinamoong.wordpress.com

 




5. FIGURATIVE QUEEN by Gil Bruvel

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Material: brass

“….The overwhelming feeling of purpose and expression I felt started with the idea of using ribbons as lines of energy to show the complex intersections of beauty and pain, inner and outer, the ephemeral and the eternal now, we are capable of experiencing every day.”

Gil Bruvel

Artist. Sculptor. Creative Force. Dreamer. Visionary. Craftsman. Aesthete. The first seven of many monikers that come to mind when considering the force of will and majesty that is contained in the work and mind of the Wimberley, Texas artist Gil Bruvel.

Alyssa Taylor Wendt

http://www.bruvel.com/the-collection/figurative-queen


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