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Five things of this week #2

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The second set of ideas for the week includes these interesting oeuvres:
1. AIM

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Materials

Aluminium, ABS

Designers

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Design Year
2013

The general idea underpinning this project is to offer a lamp which can be infinitely adjusted to satisfy all lighting needs.  A new type of lamp has been developed that is naturally positioned in space – like a plant – with long cables providing maximum freedom to adjust the direction and height of the light source. This object is the industrial version of the ‘Liane’ lamp presented at the Kreo gallery in Paris in 2010.
R. & E. Bouroullec

Suspended light fitting. Body in varnished aluminium sheet, shade in photo-etched optical polycarbonate. Internal reflector in photo-etched ABS. Directionable body. Powered directly from mains. The LED can be dimmed with a «Triac for Led» The cable has a useful length of 9 metres and thus the lamp can be suspended 3 metres from the ceiling. Multiple rose with capacity to connect up to 5 Aims also available.

 

2.PENROSE | Writing desk

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Crystal writing desk
Designers

Isao Hosoe

Bonding the glass slabs – finely fnished in the oblique cut of every edge – makes magic: the glass becomes lighter and bends on itself, remaining in perfect balance. Penrose is the aesthetic and functional metaphor of mankind’s challenge to exceed nature and its balance by using glass.

more info: http://www.archiproducts.com/

3. Vintage chair

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Vintage rounded back wing chair in black white striped cotton and yellow velvet. All the foam and padding has been replaced and new high gloss black paint is on the wood. https://www.etsy.com/shop/superherossideshop?ref=pr_shop_more

Doors

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artwork

Ekaterina Mungalova (c) aka Ekaterina Moong

(Limited edition prints) are available in any sizes  https://ekaterinamoong.wordpress.com/

The conception of this work: How many possibilities does providence gives to us, a lot or much more? Do we use these chances us or continue to knock in closed doors? Some of us have already the level of experts in a such case. May be it s time to throw away excessive expectations, feel the easiness of perception, soar up and see at the whole picture. After all, perchance we can see huge quantity of doors are ajar for us.

5. Tango by Kylo Chua

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Kylo Chua is a 27 year old sculpture artist who is currently a resident at the Artasia Gallery. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts in 2010 from the Ateneo de Manila University.
Sculptor.asia is the official gallery web platform of Kylo Chua, an abstract sculptor who focuses on hand-casting marbled figurines and emotive scenes of nature.

 

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