KiBiSi has designed the Brick series for Versus. The series consists of a puf, a chair, a two and three seater. KiBiSi set out to make a sofa with strong architectural references since KiBiSi partner Bjarke Ingels couldn’t really find the right architect’s sofa for his apartment. The point of departure was a classic brick bond forming the cushion pattern. The cushions are tied together and fixed with a tailor quality button. The button, also designed by KiBiSi, is molded of fiber concrete – Yet another architectural reference.
This refreshing contemporary white and lime home was designed for Welsh rock and roll singer Shakin Stevens. The house is located in Melbourne, Australia.
The Egyptians claimed they were the tears of God RA and in many other civilizations they were adored and thought of as Gods. The liquor that they produce was, in many histories and cultures, associated with gold.
The bee lends its etherial royalty and latin name to the APIS dining table.
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Crow Table is a minimal design created by The Netherlands-based designer Sander Mulder. This trestle design provides stability for your tabletop while keeping far away from the traditional 4 leg structure. The table is available with or without the glass tabletop.
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Zero is an outdoor wood fireplace, a nest in which to seek refuge, enjoying the warmth of the fire…a sweet warmth that comforts your guests.
Some new interior inspiration from italy. have a inside look on the hotel eden in sirmione. readmore
Allowing a number of equally beautiful permutations, all finished with deft skill and plentiful detail, Ropero – with its bold colours, and slick lighting – is the ideal home for your most treasured garments… just make sure you don’t team it up with Primark’s latest collection. SO not a good look.
London Design Festival is, predictably, awash with product launches – and standing out is, predictably, the name of the game. On Friday we showcased watch brand Uniform Wares’ gallery-esque take on the product launch, and up today is Studio Toogood‘s decidedly high-brow celebration of their new collection BATCH. Accompanied by the equally high-brow food design of Francesca Sarti’s Arabeschi di Latte, Faye Toogood’s studio unveiled their product launch cum pop-up café; The Back Room.
When your sole product at a major international design festival is a bulb (albeit a very lovely bulb), you’d better have some imagination and flair to make your venue, your launch, stand out. Luckily, imagination and flair is something a certain Lee Broom has in abundance. Regular readers will know that we’re frequently bowled over by Mr Broom’s deft touch with product and interior design – his Milan Public House and our Create GB interview with him, just two of our recent features – so it’s little surprise that his big London Design Festival hurrah had us going weak at the knees once more.