If you love abstract art and are really into today’s painters, take a look at the work of Lynne Taetzsch and see what you think.
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Wardrobes are the ultimate fashion accessory.
Each LA Closet Design project is customized to reflect the needs and style of the individual client. Whether masculine, sophisticated and streamlined or feminine and high fashion, the closet should be a high functioning, natural extension of the home and an actual living space.
Comfort, the beauty of imperfections, the allure of time-worn objects, and the appeal of simple practical living: these are the cornerstones of the Shabby Chic brand.
Like the cozy familiarity of a well-worn pair of faded jeans, the dilapidated elegance of an Italian villa, the worn grandeur of faded velvets and mismatched floral china handed down from your grandmother’s attic, the brand is a revived appreciation for what is used, well-loved, and worn, it is a respect for natural evolution and a regard for what is easy and sensible.
A2 is a Swedish furniture brand owned and established by the design studio A2 designers.
After working with different comissioned projects for a while we decided to launch our own furniture brand. After one year of preparations we finally launched the A2 furniture collection at the Stockholm Furniture Fair in February 2009.
Ora-Ito wanted to pay homage to Ayrton Senna by designing this model where the bedside tables are integrated into the bed to create an orange key shape.
This design creates in turn a cutaway, which serves as a storage space in the form of a Formula 1 circuit. The structure of this model is made of a single line and provides all of the functions that are required around your bed.
Check out the Facebook bed - Fbed Design by Tomislav Zvonarić
The Facebook bed or “FBed” is a conceptual multipractical bed design that would allow you always to be up to date and close to your online friends even when you sleep. The idea is that you may hop in front of your screen directly from your bed when you wake up, and inverse when you get tired and wan’t to go sleep…
The result has been a window in to the studios research project and one in to the world of Swarovski present and future. There are essentially two different objects created for this commission. The first is a 2.5m long bench made out of acrylic profiles, which are placed side by side in kit form, ending up in a bench like form.
Each is unique. Some have a Craftsman aesthetic or an apparent Asian influence, while others had a decidedly mid-century feel. They all have integrity. Fusing classic sensibility with contemporary style is Michael Mccoy’s guiding principle, whether designing an individual piece of furniture or cabinetry for an entire room.