The KOSE collection was made to rediscover artisanal handicraft in this new technological age, designing simple-looking objects that are pure in shape and their material.
Pieces of furniture designed by Terry Dwan, a Californian-born architect. They are made out of single blocks of solid cedar wood, which are turned on a lathe and sculptured to create flowing curves.
Seeing the beauty in the ordinary, Milan-based photographer Alex Pardi has created this fantastic series titled Whitescapes that showcases the intricate details of a ship.
Rina has been experimenting with ceramics since 1980. One source of inspiration is nature itself, using a combination of block colour and clean lines to create pure form.
Today, we will be covering an example of a past design movement that tends to be mentioned only briefly, if at all: The Space Age. These products represent the “Brutalism of plastic”.
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 amalgamation of peoples works to create a finished collection. Finished is maybe the wrong word to use, as it’s always changing and developing …