Cornucopia: a tactile, fun, and striking vase collection

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After many months of virtual collection overload, it is wonderful to see new design objects; or more specifically, a tactile, fun, and striking vase collection that is actually photographed on a real set such as at La Glace, the oldest patisserie in Copenhagen. Two Danish design studios have teamed up to offer their skills in one pr¡oject. Design duo Röd Studio specializes …

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Marije Vogelzang’s sensorial installation for Caesarstone

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Today we want to show you Marije Vogelzang's sensorial installation for Caesarstone created for their 2019 Designer Program dedicated to the thoughtfulness of design, food production and consumption, and how it translates into human connection. Marije Vogelzang's installation debuted at the Interior Design Show (IDS) 2019 in Toronto. Entitled “Seeds”, it focused on the thoughtfulness we should have in our kitchens …

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Pampa’s Textural is a celebration of the tactile beauty

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Pampa's TEXTURAL latest textile collection is a celebration of the tactile beauty of slow process craftsmanship. The homewares brand is based in Australia but inspired by the fertile flat areas of Argentina "La pampa". In the Quechua language this means "flat areas between the mountains", it is also the place where all the collections are made. Co-founders Victoria Aguirre (Argentinean) and Carl …

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Studiopepe new design for Jaspal store in Bangkok

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Studiopepe has recently designed the new Jaspal flagship store in Bangkok defined by a strong tactile feeling and round-shaped atmosphere. If you are regular reader,  Studiopepe’s projects are probably not new to you as they are a big hit here at Eclectic Trends. We just love what the ladies do being always one step ahead, creating sophisticated interiors that never stops to fascinate us. …

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The evocative underwater landscapes of Vanessa Barragao

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Vanessa Barragao is a Portuguese textile artist that recycles wasted yarns from the industry and transform them into underwater landscapes by focusing on artisanal techniques. Her wall hangings and rugs are sea gardens inspired by the colors, shapes and textures of the coral reefs. Vanessa Barragao was born in Albufeira, in the south of Portugal. During her Master degree at the Lisbon University …

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The modern craftsmanship of studio Agnes collection

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This is why we want to share the modern craftsmanship of studio Agnes furniture collection: 1//In a nutshell: Guatemala city-based studio Agnes was founded at the end of 2016 by designers Estefanía de Ros and Gustavo Quintana as a multidisciplinary studio focused on designing and creating furniture, objects, and spaces that live in the gray area between art and design. Their recent collection “Living-Stone” …

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