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A Wes Andersen inspired coffee universe

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We thought of a new format and putting things in an easy-to-read structure. This is why we want to share Melbourne studio Biasol work featuring a Wes Andersen inspired coffee universe: 1// In a nutshell: Located in the Chengdu, capital of China's Sichuan province, the Budapest Café is a bow to Wes Anderson’s movie The Grand Hotel Budapest, its nostalgic and vivid magical. The client’s brief was specifically …

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Jesmonite Herringbone Objects by Phil Cuttance

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Today we would like to present the Herringbone Objects, a recent work by London-based designer Phil Cuttance. The collection is entirely created with eco-friendly jesmonite, the composite material made of acrylic resin and gypsum that we previously presented on the blog (forecasting to be the new must-know material in interior design) and that was awarded Material of the Year at London's 2017 Design Fair. Invented by Cuttance himself, the process behind this production takes …

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A playful act by ceramics artist Julen Ussia

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As we know by now, the general perception that our everyday spaces – figuratively and not - shrink, push a need for multi-functioning and flexible elements that make our life easier but also, add a more profound meaning to our life. Today, we would like to introduce you to a young Spanish talent who Gudy mentioned as well in her last …

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