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Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Dimore Studio's Progetto Tessuti at Circolo dei Reduci e Combattenti, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Dimore Studio's Progetto Tessuti at Circolo dei Reduci e Combattenti, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, CHROMATOGRAPHY by Scholten & Baijings for Herman Miller and Maharam Textiles in Brera, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, CHROMATOGRAPHY by Scholten & Baijings for Herman Miller and Maharam Textiles in Brera, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Body Language by Dutch Invertuals during Milan Design Week | #Mantrace2015 by Yellowtrace

Body Language by Dutch Invertuals

Body Language by Dutch Invertuals during Milan Design Week | #Mantrace2015 by Yellowtrace

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Hermes Installation at La Pelota in Brera, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Hermes Installation at La Pelota in Brera, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

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French artist David Letellier has created a  kinetic sound sculpture for Saint Sauveur Chapel of Caen, France entitled ‘Caten’. Letellier developed the work from 300 fine wires suspended from two ropes and given shape by gravity and the slow shifting of rotating arms connected to the four corners of the stringed fabric. The name is derived from the term catenary, which describes the plane curve formed by a rope hanging between two points.

French artist David Letellier has created a kinetic sound sculpture for Saint Sauveur Chapel of Caen, France entitled ‘Caten’. Letellier developed the work from 300 fine wires suspended from two ropes and given shape by gravity and the slow shifting of rotating arms connected to the four corners of the stringed fabric. The name is derived from the term catenary, which describes the plane curve formed by a rope hanging between two points.

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Studio IJM at Ventura Lambrate, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Studio IJM at Ventura Lambrate, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Room 302: Buried by Yuko Nagayama Wooden elements and furniture are buried in white pebbles. This makes the space change instantly as if snow falls in a city landscape; gaps in time and material link up naturally.

Stunning Visual Appeal: Natural Stone Pebbles in Interior Design

Room 302: Buried by Yuko Nagayama Wooden elements and furniture are buried in white pebbles. This makes the space change instantly as if snow falls in a city landscape; gaps in time and material link up naturally.

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