Autumn is not a time for sadness and melancholy, autumn is the time when it is necessary to mobilize a relaxed organism for starting new projects. Transparent blue sky and pale yellow September sun is always the beautiful combination, so let it be a trend for our category this week.
1. Moss. The furniture collection of seats
design by Giancarlo Zema Design Group for Giovannetti.
It has unique design and pattern that inspired by moss.
see more http://www.giancarlozema.com/moss-collection/
2. Hacking the Mould Table
design by Noam Dover & Michal Cederbaum
Hacking the Mould is a small series of experimental objects cast in stoneware. The focus of the project was set on the mould-making phase, perceiving the mould as the objects’ genetic code, or their master plan. First, standard plaster moulds were cast. Then, with chisels and hammers, the mould parts were sculpted to create the formal characteristics—like blocks of marble in a sculptor’s studio.
3. Abstraction #15
artwork by by Ekaterina Mungalova © aka Ekaterina Moong
The similar thing generates a similar one, similar destroys its own kind to be reborn again in similar way. But honestly there is a bit of #dynamics for raising up the energy in our “wonderful” humid weather, when you hardly know would be cheerful from cold air or would dig own nose into the blanket as a kitten.
4. VORTEX. Lamp floor.
It can change the point of view, change perspective.
From these guidelines comes the VORTEX, floor lamp featuring a black colored powder coated iron structure, a colored electric cable and a Globe to Led light bulb.
5. Myrtle Coastal Beach Turquoise Blown Glass Bulb Vases
This dotted duo adds a delightful accent to bookshelves, mantels or side tables. Petite in stature, but packing a punch of beautiful turquoise blue color, these textured treasures can stand together as sculptures or hold seasonal buds.
- (L) x 13 inches high x 8 inches wide x 8 inches deep; (S) x 6.75 inches high x 7 inches wide x 7 inches deep
- Constructed from glass
- Finished in turquoise blue
- Glass is hand blown in Poland; All-over textured glass
- Set of (2) vases