The Glo Ball lamp family, designed by Jasper Morrison, is a collection of orbs lamps capable of setting any space they are placed in “aglow”. The collection of light models allow the Glo Ball to be both suspended from the ceiling or to stand upright in a room. The soft sphere of hand-blown opal glass is complimented by the stark, white stainless steel base it rests on. The modern lamps are produced by Flos and are available with fluorescent or halogen lights.
Wrongwoods seems like an adequate description of the colors used for the different wooden home furnishing pieces offered through Established & Sons- but really it’s the combined last names of British artist Richard Woods and designer Sebastian Wrong, as part of a collaboration project hosted by E&S. The unfashionable, yet recognizable Wood pattern used for this line of utilitarian cabinets conveys a fashionable message in the unusually colored items. The typical materials used for these pieces are: timber, plywood, paint, clear lacquer and sometimes 6mm toughened glass.
The Chasen s2 suspension light designed by Patricia Urquiola for Flos gleams brightly from the 30 % fiberglass-reinforced polyamide ceiling rose hanging from the galvanized steel fixture. The light emission can be adjusted by a mechanical movement that opens the louvers, also gently varying the shape of the luminaire. The light features liquid paint protection and a die-cast aluminum base. Available in white and black. Incandescent 120 W par 38.
Imagine bathing in a smooth, carved out log…well, the Rapsul Ofuro Wallpaper* award-winning bath is like a sophisticated version of that. Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez composed this zen-reminiscent larch wood bathing tub to exude a warm sense of calm for the bather. The clean design is specially created not only for the comfort of complete emersion, but also for visual appeasement.
If Oskar Zieta were decorating rooms in comic books, one of the rooms might feature a chair like this. Two steel plates are welded together and then expanded under high pressure, ensuring every Plopp chair is a unique creation. The black, yellow, gray or white stool/sculptures are either powder-coated or stainless steel.
The Michael Young City Speed RS is a fully functional, stylistically- balanced bicycle. Stream-lined, yet sporty, this lightweight bike is designed with a thoughtful array of components well suited for daily use. The chic alloy bicycle features a sturdy rack for carting your goods. Front and rear lights allow for safe evening travel, rain or dry. Shimano 105 20 speed shifting, and Shimano M486 hydraulic disc brakes. Recommended retail of $2799.00
Ceramica alumina, for the lamp of the future. Lampalumina is a delicate lamp collection by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, utilizing the high-tech, ceramic-aluminum fusion with subtle qualities. Light is of the essence, and this state of the art project aims for a harmonious blend of precision, the solidity and texture of industrial ceramics and the flexibility of the craft. Originally used in aerospace, the free form use of this ceramic sheds light on a lamp that is sleek, soft and interesting looking- maintaining an air of simplicity,while bathed in clean white. This innovative collection offers an introduction to what could become a model for future illuminating products to come.
H 930 * L 200 * l 165 mm
H 800 * L 200 * l 165 mm
H 670 * L 200 * l 165 mm
Wood and metal are furniture staples, but they have been classically rethought by Michael Young for their roles as components of the Lancaster chair. The cast aluminum seat and back are created to be indestructible, without compromising their chic, wearing either dark anodized or machine polished finishes. The wood legs are available in natural ash-wood and dark stain ash-wood. Emeco’s debut of the chair collection by the British designer will introduce the company’s first foray into component-based design. The Lancaster chair is brought together with materials meant to age richly, and maintain its stance as a good, sophisticated standard.
Audrey is a new series of two chairs designed by Piero Lissoni for Italian furniture company Kartell presented at Milan Design Week 2011. The chair can be used indoors and outdoors; available in both a hard or upholstered variation. The chair exhibits clean and simple lines, and its die-cast aluminum frame makes it lightweight and resistant to the elements and every day wear. Audrey has a seat and back made from modified, batch-dyed polypropylene that comes in a range of colors: white, yellow, orange, sand, light gray, cornflower blue and black.
The aim of Michael Young’s collection for Zixag is to reflect how technology blends into modern life.Young’s collection of bags for Zixag have a distinctive functional, urban feel and look.The city and studio lines are made of canvas and polyster, depending on the line- offering the wearer a stylish way to tote their belongings. Materially, they are a mixture of soft cottons and tough nylons, hand-sewing and machine moulding. Here is a contrast to make use of.