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Brussels Design Market 2019

Ever since its creation in 2002, the Brussels Design Market has evolved into the « largest design market in Europe ». This event, that takes place twice a year (March and September), has become one of the main events in the international vintage design calendar. Maintaining its particular atmosphere that characterizes flea markets, the Brussels Design … Continue reading “Brussels Design Market 2019”

Design in Prague

Prague with its stunning sites and its labyrinth of streets is the capital and, the largest city in the Czech Republic. Prague is situated in the northwest of the Czech Republic on the Vltava river. This large and beautiful city is renowned for its Romanesque chapels and cellars, Gothic cathedrals, Baroque palaces and gardens, worldly … Continue reading “Design in Prague”

Design In The 1930s

Modernity makes its way in 1930s apartments thanks to the generalization of electricity. The more recent buildings, built of concrete, offer large windows that open to the outside. The living room becomes the main room to live and welcome friends, family, and guests. The refined lines of art deco furniture are definitely imposed. Furniture featured … Continue reading “Design In The 1930s”

Brussels Design September 2019

Over the years, Brussels Design September has become the annual flagship event for design enthusiasts. For one month, the city hosts an array of over 100 not-to-be-missed cultural and commercial events offering a meeting platform between the public and a great number of Belgian and international designers. Brussels Design September will feature exhibitions, conferences, open … Continue reading “Brussels Design September 2019”

Air in all its forms

Scenography aerial, floating objects, free circulation, the air is elusive until October 13, at the Center for Innovation and Design at Grand-Hornu. The artistic project explores the relationship between design and air. It addresses the theme of air from various angles, from inflatable material to gas injection in manufacturing processes, from moving air to the … Continue reading “Air in all its forms”

3 Days of Design in Rio

Rio de Janeiro is one of the world’s most beautiful and cultivating cities to visit. With its beautiful architectural designs and mesmerizing landscapes here are a few must-see places to go. Rio de Janeiro also more simply known as Rio, was founded by the Portuguese in 1565. One of Rio’s great pride is the 38m Christ the Redeemer … Continue reading “3 Days of Design in Rio”

Atelier de Troupe: Grand Luxury Lighting and Furniture

Atelier de Troupe is a creative studio founded in 2011 by former film-set designer Gabriel Abraham, based in Los Angeles, California he has outlined the imaginary décor of the 20th century, creating unique lamps and furniture. Atelier de Troupe has a limited collection series which are realized from concept to completion by their in-house design team … Continue reading “Atelier de Troupe: Grand Luxury Lighting and Furniture”

Daniel Rybakken

Daniel Rybakken (born 1984) is a Norwegian designer, who lives in Gothenburg, Sweden. He studied design at the Oslo School of Architecture and the School of Arts & Crafts in Gothenburg. Both his parents were designers—his mother in fashion and his father in graphic design. His work is quite graphical. As a child, He always … Continue reading “Daniel Rybakken”

100 Years of Bauhaus

On April 1st, Walter Gropius completed the merger of the Academy of Fine Arts and the School of Decorative Arts in Weimar into one institution: the Bauhaus School was born. Its aim is to create “a collaboration between the artist, the industrialist and the technician who, organized while keeping the spirit of the time, could … Continue reading “100 Years of Bauhaus”

Milan Design Week 2019

Following a now well-established trend, the annual appointment with Fuorisalone returns to Milan for a week full of events, presentations and special projects. “Fuorisalone” is the most important event in the world related to the topic of design. The term is used to define the events and exhibitions that animate the entire city of Milan … Continue reading “Milan Design Week 2019”

Eddy Studio: Scaffold

Hovering between conceptual art and functional design, Los Angeles-based artist Eddy Sykes creates unique and unexpected objects. Playful and exacting, his work makes expert use of a startling array of materials and fabrication techniques. Trained as an architect with an emphasis in engineering, he has had numerous public and private art commissions as well as … Continue reading “Eddy Studio: Scaffold”

Design Icons Amsterdam

In the first weekend of April, it’s time for the 7th edition of Design Icons Amsterdam: one of the largest fairs in Europe dedicated to vintage furniture. Vintage design is getting more and more popular: people like to add character to their homes, in an eco-friendly way. The items at Design Icons are usually 50 … Continue reading “Design Icons Amsterdam”

Duo Tone Planter

Martino Gamper is an Italian designer who working across design and art venues, engages in a variety of projects from exhibition design, interior design, one-off commissions and the design of mass-produced products for the cutting edge of the international furniture industry. In 2015, Martino Gamper curated the Duo Tone series that came out of the … Continue reading “Duo Tone Planter”

PEWTER coffee table

The Pewter Collection by Christopher Gentner is a family of furniture pieces defined by their materiality and formal qualities.  One crucible at a time, pewter is melted into liquid form and hand coated onto the steel structure, creating the other-worldly surface that makes each handcrafted pewter table unique. Through its manifestation of conceptual thought and dream like … Continue reading “PEWTER coffee table”

“Eclipse” mirror

During the Design Week in Stockholm, Malmö-based Stoft Studio created an exhibition where visitors were able to see forms, materials and objects from different angles. As black as ink or as dim as a solar eclipse the mirror with its diabase stone was designed to warp people’s perception of space. By playing with the perspective of a … Continue reading ““Eclipse” mirror”