Modernism’s Minimalist Legacy – Joseph Dirand’s Interiors & Furniture
Modernism’s minimalist legacy in the 21st century can found in the work of French architect and interior designer, Joseph Dirand. Born in 1974, Dirand graduated from Paris-Belleville School of Architecture to follow in the footsteps of the great post-World War II modernist architects like Le Corbu
Shaping the Future – CGI Interiors & Architecture by Six N. Five
Creatives are not really discussing the impact that technology is having on our profession. We tend to think of ourselves as artists who work in the “physical realm”, when in fact we are becoming more and more reliant on technology to stay up to date with our craft. Digital has taken ove
Real, Remembered & Imagined – Wooden Relief Assemblages by Emily Forgot
Emily Forgot is a London based designer who has put her knowledge of the art, design and illustration fields to create a series of wooden relief assemblages that are geometric and bold.
Documenting Details – Imagery by Photographer Friederike von Rauch
Photographer Friederike von Rauch has the unique ability to turn the simplest of details in to a spectacle, photographing buildings in a poetic way that gives them a sense of being on a canvas.
Craftsmen in Collaboration – Architecture and Interiors by Simon Astridge
Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop is a collect consisting of architects, designers and craftsmen, all of which contribute collaboratively to produce modern architecture and interiors.
A Sense of Aesthetics – Japanese Interviews and Interiors by LIFECYCLING
Ever wondered about the Japanese and how they achieve such simplicity and a sense of calm within their homes? If you wanted to see this first hand I'd recommend this series of interviews.
Food Photography by Gentl and Hyers
Andrea Gentl and Martin Hyers own the Gentl and Hyers studio, living and working in New York City they photography and document a mixture of still life, travel, interiors and food.
Product Imagery from Iittala for 2013
A few of my favourite things in the office include some Iittala vases and bowls, first designed by Alvar Aalto in 1936. You all know I have quite the fascination with his work, particularly his furniture and architecture, but also the versatile objects that he designed over his career. If you don’
Architectural Projects by Case Design Studio
Much like other facets of design, possibly other parts of life as well, I find obscure and odd things interesting. My main interest resides in the details, I often look deep into all aspects of life and like to study things with intense thought. I guess this could be a downfall, but I also like to f
Furniture and Interiors by Porro
I had a ball browsing through the Porro website last night. It seems to me that all the products have a nice look about them, possibly due to the result of the designers involved and their passion for simplification. This seems to be a common theme in a lot of furnishing companies, it’s more of an
Furniture and Interiors by Christian Woo
Today I would like to showcase the work of a designer who thoroughly understands contrast: Christian Woo. Christian started his own company in 2006 in Vancouver, BC, and now collaborates with architects and clients across North America. He offers his services as a custom cabinetmaker as well as maki
Buchner Bründler Architekten
Although I'm no architect, I do find I have a good sense when it comes to structures and interiors, saying that, I'm not always sure what makes me tick. Usually it involves a lot of open space, a minimal layout, also a mixture of materials, from natural to man made. I always find you need that balan