On our voyage across the spectrum of timeless design, we now pause at an iconic silhouette – the Eames House Bird. Originating from the creative minds of Charles and Ray Eames, this bird is not merely a decorative object, but a symbol of the Eames’ distinctive approach to design – one
Imagery from my travels to the Eames House in LA, which had a fantastic array of objects inside such as a Calder sculpture and pottery from India.
Although we've mainly been discovering craftsman and artists lately we're definitely not looking past the fact that we enjoy various designers who have designed items that are currently being mass produced. In fact, my office bookshelf is littered with hoards of books from the likes of Jasper Morris
This morning I enjoyed having a browse through the Vitra website which always showcases some great furniture, I think they're one of the better websites to have a look at and they seem to take great care over their web presence. Obviously inspiration isn't always readily available on these more corp
As you probably know we’re heavily inspired by furniture, it’s such a technical medium, to get it right takes a lot of steps in terms of shape, structure and aesthetic. Not only that but it also has to be extremely functional and will need to fit the proportions of the body or it will have to ad