Luis Callejas is showing at the Neutra VDL Research House, he's created Veiled textile drawings in collaboration with textile artist Charlotte Hansson.
You may remember us late last year writing a piece on a new documentary titled The Oyler House: Richard Neutra’s Desert Retreat by director Mike Dorsey. I’ve been back and forward emailing him, checking in on the project whenever I can, so I thought it would be a nice touch to hold a little Q&A
I'm a big believer in the idea of great design being long lasting, which is why we often highlight classic work next to those projects that are slightly more contemporary and recent. The two will always feed into one another in my opinion and it's somewhat fascinating to look back and see how the gr
I've discovered that it's actually posible for me to create an interesting array of mobiles myself, in fact I finished the first one this week for my office and I think it looks fantastic. Great to see when the light shines in from the front window and the various levels create shadows of all differ
I've just noticed that this week the blog has become a bit of a graveyard, with Max Lamb and Aaron Rose the only souls amongst our content still living. I'd just like to confirm we don't have any prejudice against those breathing, it's just a coincidence that this has transpired. Saying this I'm not
So this is quite a tough post to write really, I'm not sure where to start. I've been on and off writing about furniture and such over the past few weeks but this particular one is more about a film and someones work, it was all inspired thanks to an interview I came across last night. The specific
Richard Neutra has become quite the favourite of mine. He’s known for his clean lines, particularly in California where he came celebrated for his geometric but open structures. I think this inspiration came from his tutor in the early days, another inspiring figure, Adolf Loos who was known to ha