A handmade necklace collection by Studio Fludd.
Jacob‘s work introduces organic, linear elements to geometric forms, with an aesthetic influenced by architecture, cartography, scientific illustration and graphic design.
La pintura geométrica y en blanco y negro de la artista neoyorquina Avery K. Singer.
The new Earthquake 5.9 collection recalls the Emilia earthquake of May 2012 that affected many businesses in the area, including ours. It’s a collection of furnishing items and coverings in marble and onyx, created using hundreds of fragments of ‘quake-struck’ slabs to create something beautiful, to inject life back into something that had been totally destroyed in the space of a few seconds.
Novecento is a collection of LED table lamps inspired by art deco. They are proposed by the designer Davide G Aquini in two versions, one in black marquinia, the other in breccia. The thick marble discs rest on triangular, almost symbolic, metal structures with brass or green-water finish. Even when the light is off, Novecento enhances the marble as a piece of furniture, with its unique veins and unrepeatable speckles that show on the shiny surface.
“Boca do Lobo furniture is an exclusive emotional experience, a sense of belonging and a state of mind.”
Con una definición así queda muy claro que todo lo que no tienen los muebles de Boca do Lobo de sencillos, lo tienen de espectaculares. Muy espectaculares. Personalmente me he enamorado de los dos “Heritages”. Cerámica y oro, era fácil caer. Todo muy discretito.
Four unique wooden characters entirely made and painted by hand. The individual pieces are interchangeable, allowing them to be re-assembled and stacked to create custom characters or abstract sculptures. The series captures the spirit of Rementer’s work, high key color, bold decorative pattern and oddly pensive characters which interact in unexpected and often humorous ways with the surroundings in which they are arranged.
PLAY at Table of Contents is a collaboration with Building Block and Correll Correll. Plywood and marble laminate ping pong table by Joseph Magliaro. Table tennis kits (2 paddles, strap, IKB ball bag) by Building Block. Hand-knit net with vintage posts by Correll Correll.
“I wanted to combine completely different designs that are necessary to each other. Human design and Architecture structures. An example I had threw the making of this film was a giant rocket all round and pointy being attached to a rocket metalic launcher. Very different designs but both need each other to make sense until they separate”.
Aldo Tolino is an Austrian artist and philosopher. He is currently working on a book project “interferenz”, which evolves around the topics paper, folding, image, object, sculpture, texture and recursion.
‘En Voyage’ is a collection of hand-crafted stone objects inspired on toy trains. A small version to be worn as a bracelet, that can thoughtlessly wheel around your wrist; a bigger version to be used as desk toy.
Taming the Wild is an installation that reflects this dialogue between the natural course that leaves follow, and our ability to mould them into the forms that we wish.
How can our current austerity context inspire designs for Post-Luxury?
Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping onto moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. It is the culmination of multiple technologies, including large scale robotics, projection mapping, and software engineering.
Ya tocaba hacer una merecida recopilación con algunas de las geniales pinturas con los inesperados volúmenes geométricos de Daniel Arsham y de algunas de sus ya clásicas esculturas erosionadas, que parecen fósiles de objetos modernos que han sufrido algún tipo de desgaste con el tiempo.
The HPSTR Pyramid is an attempt to create an alternative — but native to digital world — interface, to conventional knobs and slide controls. It’s an approach to have the same basic and generic functionality a knob has but to achieve it with a more natural interaction.
Blue is the second track on Naysayer & Gilsun’s release ‘All That Good Work/Blue’.
As complex as the cosmos or the workings of the human mind, Whalen’s pieces resemble elaborate puzzles or labyrinths, set up by the artist to challenge ones understanding of their own place in life. From his beginnings in Sydney, Australia, Mark Whalen has evolved into an artist whose meticulously crafted paintings and sculptures examine the human experience by exploring communication, emotion, sexuality, invention, interaction, and ritual – all with an undercurrent of quiet absurdity. Whalen’s line precision and glowing color palette is enhanced by the introduction of colors of light, caution and arousal, making the interaction of his subjects more accentuated and accessible. Thick, seductive layers of clear glossy resin create a post-modern plane for the artist to explore spatial possibilities and relativity within the narrative.
These little casted bronze cubes are designed to prevent cables from falling from your tabletop.