image courtesy of interiormagasinet.no one of my favorite pendant lamps, ” the orient”, designed by jo hammerborg in 1963 for the danish lighting company of the time Fog & Mørup. the copper shade with rosewood connection is minimal in appearance but rich in materiality…. simply gorgeous. images via lightyears.dk happy sunday!
it is really just one of these little moments that make you feel grateful and truly happy, in my case, enjoy a simple & relaxing sunday breakfast with my family (J it is you). enjoy the small happiness. something i am trying to remember whenever work on my hands are getting overwhelming. don’t let them bring you down and forget about all other great things that you could enjoy. here are some design that associate with wood, […]
the site specific exhibition by james turrell at guggenheim museum is absolutely something you don’t want to miss this summer! the exhibition includes the Aten Reign at the core of the rotunda, and some of his early works include my favorite “Afrum” – the way light designed create a perception of floating, glowing cube in the corner, and the at least an hour wait-line for “iltar (1976)”, a dark room with a gray rectangle on the wall that intentionally […]
you should have noticed that from runway to walkway (literally,concrete pavers), geometry patterns and shapes are totally taking over the world for few years now. this is definitely not a new subject, but since i am constantly drawn by design that inspired by geometric form, i feel obligated not to share theses goodies. + hexagonal marble tile it is still a never-end discussion in our house whether we should use black penny ceramic tile (like […]
[ all images courtesy of omer arbel office ] when i saw this project via azure, i know immediately i have to share it again here! love the subtle industrial style mix with vintage-inspired accessories… think of reclaimed wood and concrete floor with white geometric blocks, jars, amber bottles (here you go). and did i mention this is a place for delicious tacos? at first when i saw the name ‘tacofino’ i know i’ve seen it before… yes, eat street, the […]
[all images © bold-design ] couple elements make this project a awesome one: it is in paris, on the roof actually, involved multi-displainary collaboration, and it is functional and economic! project description from bold-design: ” Bold-design, like many artists and designers, moved from studio to studio since its installation in Paris in 2009. Previously, the studio has spent six months in the famous former artists squat at the 59 rue de Rivoli. This summer, William Boujon and Julien Benayoun, co-founders […]
[all images courtesy os&oos] when it comes to minimal design, finding the simplicity (simple language) in complexity (concept presented) becomes designers challenge. and there is no exception to lighting design as well. designed by sophie mensen, one of the founders of OS&OOS, the “occultation” from SYZYGY series,is inspired by the sun and its surrounding celestial bodies, where the light quality can be adjust but this time on the human scale. you can view the complete project images from os&oos’s website.