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Five design things of this week #9

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Time doesn’t slow down its run even if you would  beg it. We will soon cross the middle line of the autumn season. This traditional selection shows how we want a clear outline and a bright color. Therefore, no halftones, only black, white and bright yellow!

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1. “Face to Face” sofa (1968), designer Pierre Paulin

material: polyurethane foam and inverted leather.

Inspired by the Oriental way of life, where the guests sit down in groups on the floor, sometimes with raised cushions, Pierre Paulin designed low sofa that allow such a conviviality. Whether it is the “Face to Face” bench (1968), its opposite “Back to Back” (1966/68) or the sofa of the Salon aux Tableaux (1971).

 

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2. MOSCHINO LOVE ALTREFORME CAMICIA CABINET

material: Aluminium

The collection is inspired by Harlequin, the famous personage and protagonist in the history of the Moschino brand and symbol of the Italian creativity.

more https://www.thelongeststay.com/camicia-cabinet-in-multicolo

 

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3. Coffee Table

Created by designer Dzhozhla Escalona for NONO.

Award / Iconos del Diseño by Architectural Digest Award

Award & Exhibition /  6° Bienal Nacional de Diseño México Award

http://joelescalona.com

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4. Fear

Our phobias have not always a negative color. Sometimes, it is certainly terrible and makes you shrink or speed up rashly, scream or petrify of horror. But still, if we are afraid, so we are alive. Sometimes our fears give us the impetus to become resourceful, cunning and even creative. Superstitions could make some people to get neurotics, but more often they are a source of inspiration for a creative persons.
Let’s not blame ourselves that some breath of wind has just blown out the candles, and the creak of the old door made you run as a cowardly rabbit.
Catch a little horror for a small dose of adrenaline, and remember – lavieestbelle!

artwork by by Ekaterina Mungalova © aka Ekaterina Moong

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

ekaterinamoong.wordpress.com

www.behance.net/moong

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5. PARALLELOGRAM TRANSFORMATIONS TABLE LAMP

Prism, diamond and parallelogram surfaces make a shining show in sunny yellow! White linen cube shade and clear acrylic square base add even more geometric appeal.

material: Acrylic, Ceramic, Linen

more https://www.shadesoflight.com/products/parallelogram-transformations-table-lamp?via=57e1331c69702d78ae0000a8%2C58b4862761707075c1003db1

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