Design Year: 1998. The May Day light was designed by Konstantin Grcic for Flos. This multi-functional design can be used as a table lamp, a floor light or a unique utility light by hanging it by its hook. Available in black and orange handle with white polycarbonate shade. Waterproof. On/off switch. 16 foot cord and plug.
“Built to Resi(s)t” combines abstract Quinze & Milan shapes with authentic Eastpak product characteristics, including bags, zippers, handles, colorful strong fabrics and popular prints. Various pockets are incorporated onto the sofa and provide storage for your books, magazines, reading glasses, laptop, iPod, headset, remote control… whatever you can think of can simply be pocketed in your sofa. Choose from six fabric options.
Referencing material consumption, the Bag Stool looks like it’s popping up right from the ground. Gschwendtner poses people consume too much today and she wants to turn around the process just like she turns the upside down shopping bag into a sitting element.
The outdoor concrete version weighs approximately 143 lbs. and comes with a fixation system. The indoor version is made from a mixture of concrete and wood fibers and weighs approximately 66 lbs. Due to the production process chosen by the designer, differences in sizes, shape and weight are inevitable. Made by Quinze & Milan.
People all over the world are mixing the fantasy life of characters into their everyday real-world life. Roleplaying with costumes is a way of life for some people; it is also well-known as a performance art called “cosplay”. The donning of costumes, along with accessories, to mimic a character or concept (often inspired by Japanese fiction, including anime, video games and comic books) combined with physically playing out the role of the character, is becoming more and more popular, not just in Japan, but around the world. These are not actors on a stage; they are real people playing out fantasy roles in real life.
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