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French furniture brand Roche Bobois has produced a movie featuring its Mah Jong sofa, which has been reinterpreted by a group of artists for a charity auction (+ movie).



Основатель бренда осознал силу ароматов в жизни человека пройдя через опыт наблюдения за своим больным раком отцом. Обоняние было единственной нитью связывающей его с внешним миром. Это про нежность, и про ценности. Да. А по делу, с другом специалистом по ароматерапии разработали линейку продуктов для людей увлекающихся спортом. Аром

Oil is a symbol of purity, power and brotherhood. Historically used in rituals of cleansing and protection, oil is the substance we use to start and end our days with a clean slate.

Ароматерапия под контролем. !все для вашей эффективности/ разбитая по порядку линейка товаров/пронумерованая/привязаная к событиям дня/ после тренировки/ до тренировки/ для расслабления ума/ для фокусировки/ есть спрей для дизинфек градация товаров учитывающая повседневные нужды, не типично что это выпускает все сразу один бренд в пронумерованной таре 5 6

inside three lane crawford retail locations — beijing, shanghai, and hong kong — people’s architecture office (PAO) have realized a series of installations that propose and demonstrate how ‘tubular living’ can be adapted for the future. in this imagined architectural scheme, people can occupy large metal ducts, typically found in buildings’ structural core. informed by hidden ventilation shafts and mechanical systems that support the comforts of modern life, PAO turns architecture inside out by exposing these devices to public view, and offering them as a place of habitation. 7

Following the announcement of Pharrell Williams’ co-ownership earlier this month, GStar RAWand Pharrell launch the RAW for the Oceans collection for Spring/Summer 2016.

As the first global denim brand to use recycled ocean plastic in its clothing, GStar RAW, through its partnership with Bionic Yarn, has transformed over 2 million single use plastic containers collected from ocean shorelines around the world into RAW for the Oceans clothing. With this partnership, G-Star further demonstrates its commitment to sustainability as a condition for doing business. 20% of all clothing it now produces contains sustainable materials. That’s one fifth of its entire collection. “RAW for the Oceans is a purpose made into a clothing line.” explains Pharrell Williams; Co-designer of the collection, creative director of Bionic Yarn, and now co-owner of G-Star RAW.


Ice Cycle references “the concept of an ice cycle as a metaphor of time” and will be manifested through three components – an icicle growing over time; the water drop, much like the ticking pulse of nature; and rippling water, which shows the forward movement of new life. Errazuriz, known for merging artisanal techniques with high tech methods, produces innovative works with the finest materials, much like principles at the core of Audemars Piguet’s watchmaking. ТУТ ВИДЕО! сила металла, владычица времени - природа


stroke me .... Stroke Me is the closest I have reached in making the tactile sublime. Although still an ongoing investigation, the first wearable pieces are complete. This articulated titanium brooch is lightweight, yet draping, undulating, strokeable. It has a personality, at times it seems alive and responsive to touch. Two streams of investigation converge: one of theoretical research into the emotional potential of tactile objects, especially jewellery, and a second physical and technical investigation into how to create nuzzling, clinging, draping articulation at a wearable scale.


Still river comprises five blocks of frozen ice, each at a different stage of melting. Water from a neighbouring river is frozen into blocks of one cubic metre each; these blocks are then arranged in the gallery in a linear sequence from least melted to most melted. Whenever a block melts away, it is replaced with a fresh block of ice, so that the display is continually changing and the initial sequence becomes disrupted. The time it takes for the blocks to melt depends on the temperature and humidity in the museum.


The question of luxury is ultimately a personal one. Everyone decides for themselves what their luxury could be. Enjoying or affording luxury is not only a question of budget but of individual circumstances and preferences.

Freedom to dream and the ability to take decisions are fundamental to enjoying luxury. These principles of freedom and choice are central to the thesis of an ongoing project, The Last Man. It imagines a situation in which an individual finds himself alone in the world but with all of its resources intact. Free from obligation, economics, politics, fashion, society and the constraints of time, the last man gamely begins to design and build his own material world, reflecting his dreams and desires.


Four glass works, Chemical Plant, Mine Shaft, Super Collider and Gas Depot, look at industrial architecture and the contraction (or collapse) of industrial sites that follows increasingly mechanised production. Through their convoluted glass sculptures, the designers ask us to imagine how these imaginary spaces might be inhabited and navigated.


As a result, wind, sunlight, rain and snow penetrate the material so immensely that their traces become fully integrated in the work. 14

Sometimes humanity forget what is given by nature itself, but hopefully this talented artist will bring back a touch of a natural phenomena.

Acrylic, fabric dye, alcohol and vinegar on cotton voile and wool 15

These very notions—about the fluidity of time and our relationship to it—are at the center of artist Richard McGuire’s charming new graphic novel,Here.




The Museum of Broken Relationships has put out a call for submissions: “If you’ve wished to unburden the emotional load by erasing everything that reminds you of that painful experience by throwing it all away – don’t. Give it to us. Submit your object to the Museum and take part in the creation of collective emotional history.”

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Facebook and other social networking services are used to broadcast certain images of self and “make up” an identity. We treat our appearances according to how we want to be seen by others and put this alternative veil of identity on the faces. In other words, our appearances can be modified and manipulated as we wish. In addition, appearance managements are enacted so as to keep selfesteem. In fact, physical attractiveness affects a person’s mind; the more you feel that you are attractive, the more you get confident. Historically, women used men’s outfit to project power. Therefore, in this collection I am using the aesthetic and structural idea of a pair of pince-nez as an element of Victorian attire that attaches and detaches to maintain the self-esteem of the wearer.!collection/c4jn 21

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“Tapputi and the Sea� is a tale of natural sea sponge, heat, skin, texture, fragrance and rituals. It is a future take on the luxury of cosmetics and natural materials role in such objects. The colored and natural sea sponges visually speak about the scent and is the holder and applier of the solid perfume casted onto it. One applies gently onto the skin, the heat melts it just enough so fragrance transfers.


Olimpia & Vivian Heimlich is an interactive sculpture that responds to the proximity of the public with feelings. She starts to breathe when someone gets near and gets excited when they get even closer. An automaton with two motion sensors that works with arduino tecnology. The electronic and mecanical system was designed in collaboration with Salvador Gutierrez de la Concha.


YBCA presents a brand new commission by Los Angeles based artist Samara Golden. Known for creating dreamlike, uncanny, and immersive environments, Golden attempts to stage the sixth dimension–a place where the future, present, and past exist simultaneously. Golden’s installations use mirrors, video, sound, and handmade sculptures to create a hypnotic, hallucinatory space that draws the viewer in completely. This exhibition is Golden’s largest installation to date and will take over a substantial gallery at YBCA.

Golden says her installations “gesture toward materializing the impossible” through a shared experience between artist and audience. Combining multiple individual scenes into one cinematic space, from a suburban bedroom to crashing waves to an infinitely reflecting country restaurant, her installations have a hue and tenor that summon a conflicting range of feelings. Psychologically stirring and complex, Golden’s monumental installations stage a transformative encounter with a vast unknown. 27 ! Freedom to dream and the ability to take decisions are fundamental to enjoying luxury.


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American designer Santis teamed up with Dutch designer Anna Groet – who she met while studying at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague – to produce the Yomi range for serving sushi. The idea stemmed from Groet's time in Japan, where she became inspired by Japanese mythology and the art of sushi.


THE ILLUSION AS VISUAL ANOMALIES- As an experience of journey driving though the flat desert, they become mysterious beacons floating on the horizon, and their reflections or silhouettes become navigational references. Standing at the sacred site, they orbit your horizon line, which in plan view becomes a circle as the panoramic view is unfolded around you.

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The vast territories of the Australian outback are highly contested landscapes. The technologies with which this ground is surveyed and recorded also become the political means through which groups claim ownership over it. In the skies above, mining survey planes track back and forth laser scanning the earth searching for the topographic anomalies that indicate pockets of undiscovered minerals and on the ground, the ochre stokes of aboriginal landscape painters map the songlines of their sacred dreamtime stories. In our Department of Intangible technologies Samantha Lee is corrupting this mining survey data by engineering a seasonal network of mysterious dreamtime anomalies. Anchored around aboriginal sacred sites these mythic objects slowly stalk the contested territory, distorting mining cartographies to generate a new form of landscape representation. This architecture of mirages exists at the threshold between the sky and the subterranean, between the physical and the virtual, to generate a ghostly constellation of sacred sites hidden within the dataset.



30 results from a fusing technique whereby numerous glass rods are exposed to a gradient of high temperatures for prolonged intervals of time. In this controlled environment, the circular profiles of each individual glass rod fuse into to a multi-faceted crystalline configuration. Introducing rods of different hue, opacity and diameter results in a self-regulating optical / geometrical system.


speaker uses translucent LCD screen to display lyrics in harmony all images courtesy of SIX corporation



“Technology has also allowed us the privilege of going where few—or no— people have gone before”

By learning to embrace the heady feelings that gurgle within us before fear takes hold, we can rediscover our personal lust for life— whether that’s through vicarious voyeurism or holding our breath before actually plunging into the deep.


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Japanese photographer and architect Sugimoto’s 'Oculist Witnesses' comprise a solid silver sculptural frame with a series of seven interchangeable tinted lenses



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He began studying the strengths and weaknesses of different materials to determine what could be suitable for use as a water bottle. Eventually he came across a powdered form of agar, a substance made from algae. When agar powder is added to water, it forms a jelly-like material. After experimenting to find the right proportions, J贸nsson slowly heated the substance before pouring it into a bottle-shaped mould that had been kept in the freezer.




Eyes as Big as Plates is the ongoing collaborative project between the Finnish-Norwegian artist duo Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth. Starting out as a play on characters from Nordic folklore, Eyes as Big as Plates has evolved into a continual search for modern human’s belonging to nature.


As the title of the show suggests, superheightened images give rise to bold experiments. The palette — restricted to a few vibrant colors of pink, lavender, and periwinkle blue — evoke suspension, reverie, and a kind of night vision. 46


The theme of past and future continues throughout the collection. Organic cotton tote bags, printed with the face of Greek god Janus in royal blue and gold ink, tell a story of beginning and transition on each side. Brass bookmarks draw inspiration from many Mediterranean sources, whether the 1960s French Riviera or the mysterious formulae of Greek mathematicians. Sculptural, ceramic handmade penholders are crafted in a local atelier in Barcelona; while colourful waterproof paper penholders evoke a feel for the more iconic elements of Mediterranean ceramics.


Hellen’s collection has a very distinctive signature. Free from commercial restrictions or seasonal trends, she designs single copies or limited series with an authentic handmade quality. She mixes traditional block printing and silkscreen printing with the latest digital print techniques and adds exquisite handmade embroidery. The source of this unique style of embroidery is in India, where these skills are passed down through generations. Combining material and technique, Hellen creates original work. The introduction of new technology, involving machine embroidery and computer aided design opened the door to a whole new world of creative possibilities. The results can be found in the shop.


visual artist luce pelletier investigates notions of human character in her latest series, ‘identity paper’. the sculptural works utilize wallpaper sourced from an abandoned home in quebec’s charlevoix region. joined masterfully, the ephemeral pieces serve as a veritable celebration of nature and life, producing effects strange, surreal, and beautiful in the process. ‘identity paper’ is a body of work bound to deteriorate, and thus creates a unique perspective to explore the essence of our temporary nature.


Revealing Islamic tradition through twenty-first century technology

The Mosque is envisaged as a piece of the city, one that reflects the journey from the temporal to the spiritual 51

tansu’ are japanese chests from the edo period that are typically characterized by a unique technique of joining timbers such as elm, japanese cedar and paulownia, without the use of any hardware; which are then completed by an urushi finish (a form of japanese lacquer). what makes ‘tansu’ different from other wooden chests, is that they are adorned with ornate iron embellishments that are made using the ancient art of echizen uchi-hamono — a casting technique that has been passed down for 700 years, in which heated steel is repeatedly beaten to forge a knife or object; resulting in a rust resistant, strong and long lasting product. another defining feature of ‘tansu’ is the use of the ‘inome’, which literally means ‘wild boar’s eye’ in japanese and resembles a heart, within this metalwork.


It’s a long and arduous process. But the team isn’t feeling the pressures of the changing craft industry. At Hosoo mill, they have both tradition and innovation on their side. “It is not a concern because they have secured the market,” says Cachinero, “and because they have the technology. It has not leaked for over a millennium.”


This short documentary follows German artist Thorsten Brinkmann as he creates his site-specific installation, The Great Cape Rinderhorn, at Rice University Art Gallery. Working primarily from objects found in Houston, Brinkmann turns Rice Gallery into a place where the familiar is made strange as castaway goods are reimagined through Brinkmann’s idiosyncratic sensibility that combines assemblage sculptures with his self-portrait and still life photography.

Through such details, these pieces seem to meld the concepts of ‘furniture’ and ‘miscellaneous interior goods’ into one, in contrast to more conventional concepts of interior design that clearly place greater importance on the former. In allowing for these various products and materials to converge and function together, the conceptual aim is to create a sense of a small and tightly-knit ‘tribe’, greater and better than the sum of its parts.


? to create a nomad state in an urban environment a person doesn’t need more than a carry-on sack and a comfortable tool to sleep in. ‘melina’ aims to combine both —the sack and the sleeping area— and to create a sense of safety and confidence when sleeping in public spaces, an action considered as insecure. 56

The company takes its name from Irving Penn's 1950 book Small Trades, a collection of black and white portraits of retro professional looks

Dick, a former collaborator with the legendary designer Tamotsu Yagi, has traveled extensively. Fluent in Japanese, he educated himself about rare fabrics and endangered traditional processes. Founded in 2010, his Californian Small Trade Company (st/CO) is the epitome of his high, refined, Asian-inspired aesthetic, transcending the indie terms of 'slow-fashion' or 'stealth luxury'. Hence the aprons.

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Rather than tooth or jaw, one sees detail in a repeated pattern: a temptation to look closely both at intricate individual and overall assembly. These artefacts also represent the act of collecting and display, and further are displayed within a museum founded on colonial collecting.



Brass Animals: Part of a charming miniature menagerie designed by Mitsumasa Kokubo for Nousaku, these small stylised brass animals come with a mirror finish that will acquire a warm patina with age. The item comes with a sanding cloth so you can choose to restore it to its original state, or let time make its mark on it. Available at the Wallpaper* Store.

Founded in 1916, Nousaku is based in Takaoka, a city on Japan’s main island of Honshu that has been known for its metalwork since the 17th century. Having started by producing altar fittings, vases and tea sets, Nousaku’s craftsmen now create all kinds of exquisite cast metal pieces in tin, brass and bronze, using traditional techniques as well as specially developed silicon moulds

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