Wednesday, May 31, 2006
-this student from honk kong AKA terrylo designed this workstation concept , pretty smart and good looking piece of furniture .
his own words are "The die-cut plank only can be changed to a table when it relies on the wall and stands on the ground. The skeletons of the building now have an added value of becoming one part of the product and also the media to the environment and user himself."
About Vivavi :: "Vivavi's mission is to make it easy for individuals to lead contemporary lifestyles in balance with the environment. Our furniture and furnishing collections are created by forward-thinking designers who consider green design intrinsic to good design. They use pure and renewable materials, recycled and recyclable materials, and energy-efficient processes, creating beautiful products that respect both human health and nature."
About the chair :: "Designed by Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta for PIE, the Bamboo Alpha chair is hand-crafted with fine attention to detail. The smooth, sensous curves exhibit an Asian inspired minimalism that feels right at home in the contemporary world."
Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Friday, May 26, 2006
The green lounge was a prop for the carpet...but I liked the lounge better...Can't tell if it would be comfortable, but for some reason I find it very aesthetically pleasing. I think that because it is green and sensuous I automatically dream myself into lying in a field, complete with sweet smelling grasses, and that is a wonderful accomplishment for a piece of furniture...
Who made this lovely guy?
I found it here...
The Fuse Project, Yves Behar, and all of these gorgeous highly conceptual products are not new...but they deserve attention for consistently delivering design integrity, for the value that they add to design and the design community. Seen here: Leaf personal light for Herman Miller and the Transformer laptop for Toshiba.
Thursday, May 25, 2006
-Here is the work of Giovanni , black and shinny , thin and sexy , the website is great too , specialy if you stay more than 2 minutes , have a look , those carbon fiber furnitures are pretty sweet , even if i still don't understand why would you create a garbage bean with carbon fiber....
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
-Zio and Nipotino are table and floor lamps in injection-moulded white polycarbonate. These new “support lamps” take a fluorescent bulb housed underneath the top. This creates an indirect light and produces a graphic play of visually restful effects.
The dimensions of the Zio are designed to allow the lamp to be placed with ease on a desk without taking up too much room. Its top can in fact comfortably accommodate a sheet of typing paper and the sort of documents normally associated with a workstation.
The Nipotino also can be used in innumerable different ways: from its ideal placement next to the computer keyboard, to its function as a discreet luminous presence.
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
-Woodstock rack and charriot. An easy-to-use wood log transporter and stocking facility for in- and outdoor use.by extremis , a belgium company which philosophy came from his name : Translated from ancient Latin the word "extremis" means something like "out of the ordinary" in the positive sense of pushing limits to the highest level
Monday, May 22, 2006
-Stick in a box
STICK IN A BOX is the ultimate utensil for stirring your pot, flipping your steak, scooping from your jar, slicing your cake, buttering your toast, checking your sauce, scraping the bottom of your pot, or stopping your door. The uses for STICK IN A BOX are limited only by your imagination. STICK IN A BOX is worked from 100-year-old maple wood and subsequently polished by hand. This beautiful and useful item comes in a transparent box, with a typographical wordplay in black type and suggestions for use.
Friday, May 19, 2006
- Eva Solo has a new BBQ solution for you.
The table grill fits perfectly on the table or to take with you to a park.
To cap it all, the bowl features a light and elegant stainless steel handle.
It is easy to carry around thanks to its simple handle.
Easily fill the stainless steel container with coal and start your barbeque.
Cleaning and care of the product can easily be made in a dish washer.
-The versatile looftlighter can not only be used outdoors to light grills but is also very useful when lighting your indoor fireplace.
To light a fire in the fireplace:
1. Check that the flue is open.
2. Put the largest split logs on the inside, and the smallest on the outside.
3. Place small balls of paper against the smaller logs.
4. Plug in the Looftlifhter and hold it against the paper. Press the button.
5. When the paper begins to burn, hold the looftlighter 20-30cm from the logs and keep using it until the fire is established.
Thursday, May 18, 2006
-rugged phone are usually crappy looking , i mean , really not refined orange aor yellow and look like a catterpillar device with no sense of subtlety , if found this music phone from sony erricson had something interesting and for those who run there is an integrated miles counter chronometer .. RDS FM radio, 2 megapixel shooter, MusicID service, Bluetooth (A2DP stereo audio not specified), and measure in at about 1-inch thick and 3.6-ounces.i say nice.
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
-The size of the device changes depending on the amount of data it holds.
When the device is about to blow up you will see the familiar error message on your screen: "There is not enough free space".
When swithched off the flashbag remains pumped up, so you can estimate with the naked eye how much more pics, books and music albums can be transferred into it.
by plusminus design :russian designer Dima Komissarov
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Just next door to the Roq la Rue (er, in the Belltown, in Seattle)...a new gallery opened last Friday... BLVD, specializing in urban contemporary art. Check out the show "Groundswell." Featured here -- Robert Hardgrave, aka Farmer Bob. I really enjoy it because you have to look again...and again...and again. Complex imagery, seductive line quality, fantasy, danger, dreams, a whole mythological world...all here...
hmmm...can't seem to find a website, try this interview by juxtapoz