my Italian bassotto Nando
vrijdag 25 april 2014
During the design week in Milan at Meet & Matter i came across 'StoryTiles' from Holland. Holland is known for the original Delft blue tiles dating from the 16th century. Marga van Oers from StoryTiles gives a humoristic twist to these original tiles and their stories. Besides the Delft blue series they make these beautiful modern ones.
maandag 21 april 2014
It was a wonderful week in Milan, biking around town with amazing summer weather! Below i assembled a few of my favorite items for this 'Salone 2014 report'. Also visit my food inspired blog 'ChocolatOrange' for the Milan food experience.
Lounge chair in mother of pearl leather from Lisa Hilland
The red Emily chair by Färg & Blanche
Patricia Urquiola 'jellies' serie, made from colored and transparent injection moulded polycarbonate for Kartell
Chrystal Rock by Arik Levy
Pendant lamp, solstice medium by Oscar Lind Modin
Wallpaper range for NLXL by Studio Job
vrijdag 4 april 2014
I'm all Xcited, for next week i'll be visiting my favourite designers and be surprised by all the new developments at the Salone. Below showing a few beautiful furniture pieces of Jaime Hayon. One of the most influential creators of the last decade and the youngest person ever to receive the accolade. His unique style blurs the lines between art, decoration and design. His sculptures are eye-catching..to say the least. Jaime will be part of the Ventura Galleries & Garages in Via Ventura, Via Massimiano and Via Sbodio.
donderdag 3 april 2014
Spring has sprung! so i think: Inaluxe. Inaluxe is a small design team consisting of Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd. Their design philosophy is simple : Make it beautiful, use the best materials possible, and be responsible and sustainable in production practice. It is very important for us to feel great about what we do, therefore we only print on the best archival fine art papers, in combination with a professional giclee reproduction print process. We believe in quality over quantity.
more Inaluxe here