Un duplex à Porto Alegre - PLANETE DECO a homes world
Un duplex à Porto Alegre Les propriétaires de ce duplex brésilien, aiment son côté accueillant pour les amis. Clair et spacieux, c'est un endroit idéal ouvert sur les vues extérieures pour faire la fête. A duplex in Porto Alegre The owners of this Brazilian duplex like its welcoming feel for friends. Bright and spacious, this is a perfect place open to the exterior views to have fun.
Idea Notebook: Furniture Design ~ Wood + Metal
I am truly inspired by this new collection from designers Vincent and Paul Georgeson who started their company Misewell in 2008. They have also had many nods from the design world. Rightfully so. Their collection is fresh, simple, and modern. See some select pieces below. Lockwood Chairs Stretch Coat Rack Stretch Coat Rack ~ Pinwheel Joint Detail Half Nelson Table Eileen Lamp Click here to order from their website. Photos by Rat Race from Misewell website.
Nosigner — Tokyo, Japan
“Signage design is located somewhere between the two big domains of design – space and graphics. So I imagine that it should be able to work as a hub and connect these two different design fields and therefore it has the potential to lead to great collaborations.”
[Above, a detail and, shown below, the full view of Dorothy Wright Liebes's Chinese Ribbon textile, 1940, cotton, silk and metallic yarn, 102 x 45 inches. Collection of Oakland Museum of California. Currently included in LACMA's California Design, 1930–1965: “Living in a Modern Way".] Once a household name, celebrated handweaver and textile designer Dorothy Wright Liebes captured the attention of Life magazine in 1947 and her work was included in numerous museum exhibitions (just one example…
Eames House Case Study #8: Indoor Garden Inspiration
This low profile rock planting tray in the Eames House is a truly beautiful and doable indoor garden inspiration. No worries if the scale is too large for small spaces — it’s easy to dial down the planter’s size and footprint by using a smaller tray of rocks like a boot tray or a classic wagon (photos 2 and 3).