If you’re going to Maison et Objet, in Paris, the visit to the Milk Factory is mandatory.
This creative Culinary Collective of dairy products intends to be a laboratory of ideas, allowing the confrontation of disciplines and looks. The Milk Factory is a new space dedicated to multidisciplinary research work (creative) around dairy products. According to its exhibitions and events, provides a forum for artists of all kinds: chefs, artists, photographers, designers, etc.. Together, they create, invent and expose.
As 2013 is approaching closer and closer we’ve selected the top cities in which to ring in the New Year.
Christmas is approaching and the best streets’ scenario is a magical experience embedded in this season spirit. Between the Christmas songs that are sung in the streets, it’s impossible to not be rendered to the world best Christmas light displays.
2. Toronto, Canada
3. Paris, France
Stockholm is known for its beauty, its buildings and architecture, its abundant clean and open water, and its many parks.It is sometimes referred to as Venice of the North. If you’re planning a visit to Stockholm, here’s your guide: if you don’t know the best design shops to go, the best hotels or evan the best bars, we’ll guide you through this apparent cold but welcoming city, the capital of Sweden.
Every year, in the cold city of Stockholm, takes place Stockholm Furniture Fair, which dominates the all area between Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark, seen as a respectable exhibition by the powerful Germany. It is, undoubtedly, the statement of nordic influence, and how slowly it has becoming part of our culture.
This year will be no exception: between 5 and 9 February 2013, the best of nordic design will be showcased in Mässvägen 1, Stockholm, Sweden.
Elle Norway newest edition proposes to the readers lighting tendencies that will mark this new season.
From pendant to table and floor lamps, various are the choices from the renowned magazine, but one thing they have in common : originality.
Give your home lighting the attention it deserves.
1. Flowerpot, VP3
2. Unika, Northern Lighting
3. Doo-wop, Louis Poulsen
4. London table lamp, ORIGINAL BTC
5. Spiff Lamp, Northern Lighting
6. Turner table lamp, Delightfull
7. Air table lamp, BO Concept
8. Bouche, Seletti
9. Bulb, Minimalux
10. Air- MP, by Ray Power
The connection between Delightfull world and minimalism is really mighty: it became a need to highlight our minimalistic inspirations, which feed our daily lighting ideas.
Between a house in Mantua, Italy, a studio by Kråkvik & D’Orazio, in Norway, Jotun company, also in Norway and a restaurant named Höst, in Denmark, we were rendered to their scenarios, where clean lines are mixed with nordic flavors.
Our beloved Emma was our main source of inspiration: thanks to her delightfull blog, we could assist to these really apparent cold but still intense settings.
American jazz pianist Dave Brubeck died Wednesday, 5 December on the eve of his 92nd birthday. He rose to fame in the 1950s with the worldwide hit Take Five, recorded with the quartet whose members include saxophonist Paul Desmond, drummer Joe Morello and bassist Eugene Wright.
Yes, you read well: what if Eiffel Tower was a lamp? The idea has its credits: it comes from Studio Job, who has conceived its conceptual form from a well-known historical monument: Eiffel Tower. The very french masterpiece named tour eiffel lamp is presented on the occasion of designmiami/ 2012 at Carpenters Workshop Gallery.
Miami Beach will be coloured by design initiatives: from today until 9 December, it takes places Miami Design District, a dynamic destination for design, art, luxury and culture.
Wynwood and South Beach will also be hosting special events showcasing art galleries, fashion, performances, video and graffiti displays.
Take with you the Miami Design District City Guide.
Situé à Paris dans le quartir du Haut-Marais, la Galerie Gosserez s’impose par la qualité du mobilier et des objets de design qui exhibe.
Là, on peut assister à la présentation d’ une collection de cabinets, enfilades, coffres ou boîtes librement inspirés dans l’univers des malles par la designer Aurélie Rimbert jusqu’à 12 janvier 2013.
Christmas is coming: besides the familiar union and warmth, it’s time to choose the best design Christmas gifts to impress the most creative designers, architects or design lovers.
We picked up the best design Christmas gifts… available in the distinguished Museum of Modern Art (MoMa), as well as the prices.
Pick up your favorite ones, and… have a good shopping!
Lighting in your home is one of those tasks that you don’t always notice when it has a good presence and feeling when you’re in the space. Think about your home and if it has all the lighting characteristics you would like. If you think that they are not still represented, here are some tips on how to choose the perfect lighting for you and your family.
It isn’t a recent fight, this one between minimalism and opulent style.
In the past few years minimalism inspired in nordic style has gaigned force and has countered the opulence decoration, which has being seen as a synonimous of good taste ans sophistication. Now, the war has started and it seems that the motto “less is more” is prevailing.
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