Amazing 2013 exhibition in the Center Pompidou with the work of Eileen Gray exhibition. Coming from an aristocratic Irish-Scottish family, Eileen Gray went to London and Paris to study architecture and design. She first made a name for herself as a leading designer of lacquered walls and decorative panels. With her theories on design and […]
Meshes Of The Afternoon (Maya Deren, 1943) from SeriousFeather on Vimeo.
Inspired by the use of blue hues, I collected a few things from the collection that pick up the blue shades. Hala, Busquet fifties blue and white multi-functional lamp Blue vintage antique adjustable beach chair Metalic blue 60s vintage task light 2 Arne Jacobsen style chairs blue upholstered, 60s, vintage retro Sixties blue green ceramic […]
During my recent visit to the Design Museum in Ghent, Belgium I came across this Domus chair by Illmari Tapiovaara. Made from solid wood and form-pressed plywood birch and brass colored metal. It was created as a multipurpose seat for the Domus Academica student housing complex in Helsinki. The first model of this chair was […]
“Programmed art. Kinetic art. Multiplied works. Open works” 1962 Exhibition in Italy sponsored by Olivetti and curated by Bruno Munari and Giorgio Soavi.
Inspired by the use of orange hues, I collected a few things from the collection that pick up the orange shades.