Tableau, the space where flower design becomes art

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Tableau is a dramatic retail space in the heart of Copenhagen where flower design becomes an art installation. The shop is characterized by the theatrical combination of raw materials and the softness of flowers, unique lines of design and contemporary art. Behind Tableau there is Julius Værnes Iversen who runs Copenhagen’s popular BB Blomster flower stores together with his brother Magnus. …

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Bacteria patterns for the new lamps by Jan Klingler

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Bacteria are the creators of the abstract pattern of these led lamps designed by Jan Klingler. The designer was fascinated by the possible relation between industrial design and chemistry, whose combination has created some exciting projects recently. Through the help of microbiologist Volkan Özenci, Jan Klingler  was able to rationalize the process and create the “In the new light” lighting collection. The designer started …

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Our Top 4: IMM Cologne Pure Talents Contest 2019

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The 2019 Pure Talents Contest at imm Cologne is one of the most internationally renowned design competitions for young designers and often the starting point for a successful design career for many of the chosen participants. The Pure Talents Contest is conceived exclusively for designers who are still pursuing their studies or have just left university. The competition, organized by Koelnmesse …

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The water sculptures by Sabine Marcelis for Fendi

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On the occasion of Fendi and Design Miami collaboration 10th anniversary, the Italian maison invited Dutch artist Sabine Marcelis to create ten sculptures dedicated to re-discovering one of the elements that Fendi cherishes most: water. The natural element is definitely a beloved one by the fashion maison but, as we know, it is also gaining a more and more central role in today's debate also in the design field for its importance in the climate change …

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The unique Giancarlo Valle x Viso capsule collection

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This is why we’d like to share Giancarlo Valle x Viso’s recent collaboration: 1// In a nutshell: NY-based Studio Giancarlo Valle has joined with Viso Project to create a very appealing furniture capsule collection presented at Sight Unseen OFFSITE earlier this year in New York. Valle’s Smile Seats and divider screens have been upholstered with Viso jacquard-loom fabric to create unique pieces  that say …

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Color at its best: Luca Guadagnigno’s décor debut

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This is why we’d like to share the color-infused home in Italy designed by Luca Guadagnino: 1// In a nutshell: We know by know that creative interests do not belong just to one field, and visual talents can take their vision easily to another disciplines. Italian film director Luca Guadagnino surprised earlier this year with the calm and oscar nominated (and winning …

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