Architecture by Luis Barragán (1902-1988).
Artwork by New York-based artist Lauren Seiden.
On my wishlist: St. Barts Side Table by Andrianna Shamaris. Buy at The Line.
Longing for weather for sandals. Sandals by Yvonne Koné.
Rad Hourani Unisex.
Ceramic tables by Elisa Strozyk.
materials: cordierite, ceramic glazes, steel / copper
“Glazing clay is one of the oldest techniques to decorate products of everyday life.
The process of firing transforms the liquid suspension of metal oxides and powdered minerals
into various glass-like surface-finishes. For the “ceramic-tables” different liquid glazes pool and mix together under the influence of rotation and blown air to leave traces of fluid movement and smoke-like patterns which are solidified in the heat of the kin.”
Tomba Brion by Carlo Scarpa.
I've been planning on visiting the cemetery in north of Italy. The only thing stopping me is time.
WANTED: Maison Martin Margiela Boots. You will find them here.
Oh, it is so much fun seeing these new pictures from stylists and bloggers that uses my hanger Strap in their own home and projects. This picture is from Sarah, living in Berlin. Blog: Coco Lapine Design. It is so inspiring for me to se how everybody use them. Please send me pictures if you have a hanger or two in your home so I can collect them for myself.
Pella Hedeby at the blog Stil Inspiration shared these new pictures of my hanger Strap in her home in a new blogpost. Thank you Pella!
Today's scent: Bis by Rodin. Will be launched in May.
“Bis is described as a “classic green-violet-orris fragrance”: the motes includes bergamot, anise flower, lemon, rose de mai, jasmine, violet, musk, ambergris, tonka bean and lavender.”
COS shirt installation by Nendo in Milan.
Yesterday we visited Stadsarkivet in Stockholm. As interesting it was to look at old drawings I loved the stairway in the building. Walking down seven floors in this spirall, down to the drawing archive.
My dear friends products: Sanna's book hanger and My's sound poster on my wall.
A bit tired, stressed but very hopeful about the future. Tons to do until summer. Well, time to start with the second portfolio for this month for the search of an internship. Have a nice evening!
The bookhanger is by my dear friend Sanna Trotsman! You can buy one at Lotta Agaton Shop.
New lamp - Compendium by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan.
”How would you best illuminate a room with only one light source? To begin with, you would need a very strong light source, and secondly you would like to have it to come from the side, in the same manner as a window with natural light coming into the space. Thirdly, since you have this strong light source, you need to avoid glare, so you should try to diffuse and soften the light. These were the three most important aspects of the Compendium project. It has a very strong LED light source directed towards the wall; by doing this, you get a diffused and soft light reflected into the space.”
Artwork by Pier Paolo Calzolari - Untitled 1984.
Today's book: Peter Zumthor 1985-2013. Buildings and projects.
”This five-volume overview of his work to date presents forty-three buildings and projects, including some that have never been published before. On 856 pages with over 750 photographs, plans, sketches, drawings and watercolors, and with texts written by Peter Zumthor himself specially for this monograph, it documents a wide range of projects from several world-famous buildings to some that never left the drawing board.”
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