Handcrafted in Milan, Italy is this collection of furniture by Henry Timi that are sometimes blocky and sometimes flowing in form. His design ethos is to follow a language deprived of disorder.
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.
As a man that's not particularly fond of so called 'cold' objects this particular project that I'm showcasing today was up in the air for a while. I'll explain why as we go on but I have to admit recently I've been drawn to items with more substance and character rather than strict minimalism, I thi
Over the weekend I was pretty lucky to stumble across this amazing imagery that features Franco Albini’s works, some from the past and others that are more recent. I’ve actually discussed Mr Albini before when I pointed out his beautiful desk produced in 1958 by the one and only Knoll. This spec
‘Meditation on Art’ is an exhibition devoted to the work of American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, which is now showing at the Triennale Museum in Milan. Roy is considered by many as a forerunner of ‘post modernism’, his technique being imitation of typographical printing. Her