Room 606: The SAS House and the Work of Arne Jacobsen

If you’re a regular reader of this site you’ve probably realised that we don’t do things by halves. Often I delve deeply and get obsessive about a particular subject, so much so that I really like to go in to detail. This post promotes that way of thinking and doesn’t just focus on the major elements, something that’s a real pet hate of mine. Actually, I’ve been wondering whether I should …

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Design Auction, Phillips de Pury

It’s really great when you come across a selection of objects that have been designed by some great individuals, not only that but they’ve been taken professionally by a proper photographer in a nice setting. You’ll be surprised how frustrating it can be when the images are too small or of bad quality to showcase, in my opinion a lot of these objects need to be documented so the younger generation of designers can learn from them. Naturally the …

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50’s – 70’s Lamps and Lighting

Today I’ve been looking at some lighting and lamp inspiration, Serge Mouille was my last exploration into the field but today we’re going to look at a variety of different designers thanks to the Mid Mod Design shop who always impress with their variety of objects. For a few months now I’ve been intrigued by different lighting fixtures and their form, it’s quite incredible the amount of different ways you can go with it in my opinion. Plus it’s such …

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The Making of the Series 7 Designed by Arne Jacobsen

This video is extremely old but I was blown away when watching it this morning and it sort of led me onto researching a bit more into Arne Jacobsen and his works, particularly the Syveren (Seven) series chair. This pressure moulded veneer chair seen here is apparently one of the most sold chairs in furniture history and is a further development of the famous …

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