giovedì 19 marzo 2009

Bjørg Jewellery



Bjørg was born on a dark winter-night in December 1966. She grew up in the arctic nature where the wild mountains meet the North Ice Ocean. With bright summer nights and winter days with darkness and colors of the Nordic light. She was gifted with an energetic family with open minds, and was the youngest of four children. She was always encouraged to enjoy her creativity and she had an endless line of projects like the rest of her family.
At age seventeen Bjørg moved to Oslo and attended art school for one year. Between the age of eighteen to twenty-one she worked in the fashion industry and traveled the world.
During all this year she loved making clothes. When she turned twenty-two she bought a knitting machine and started making her own line of clothing - and was soon exhibiting in galleries in Norway, Japan and Germany.
Three years later she moved to Copenhagen where she stayed for nine years. During these years she had her own studio/boutique on the North coast of Sjælland. She designed and produced home textiles, children clothing, accessories and jewellery. In 2001 she published the book “Seasons with children”.
In 2001 she moved to India with her family for three years. There she discovered the vibrant colors and mesmerizing beauty of majestic gems and natural stones.
She developed her very own style of jewellery with combinations that had no root in rights and wrongs. A new market emerged for “everyday use” and she managed to create a style that was innovative, raw and elegant at the same time.

Bjørg's 
via Yatzer

mercoledì 18 marzo 2009

A CARNIVAL OF IDEA


Ogilvy & Mather’s Guangzhou office has been selected as one of the recipients of the third annual China's Most Successful Design Award 2008, sponsored by FORTUNE China magazine and China Bridge International.

Designed by M Moser Associates, Ogilvy & Mather’s office is the first interior design project to receive this award. Aiming to offer its current and future staff an environment that inspires creativity Ogilvy & Mather allowed M Moser to go all out with the theme “Carnival of Ideas.”
The height of the space and the central staircase create a background for a theme park of environments that flow freely and openly from one to another.

This is Ogilvy & Mather’s expanded office, relocated from the business hub of Guangzhou to the edgier arts and culture region in the city-fringe, with views across the Pearl River toward the historical Sha Mian district.

Michael Lee, Ogilvy’s Shanghai & Southern China COO, was quoted as saying that although the commute time has doubled for many staffers, they still love coming to work because the new environment is so much fun.
In a media release, M Moser Associates’ director Wendy Leung is quoted as saying that although seeing the workplace as a strategic tool to support business goals is a new concept in China, it is gaining recognition as a serious trend.

Via thecoolhunter

WRAP IT UP!!

Tape collection is begun by his joernal to france and join at Vitra workshop so workshop are lead by Maarten Bass.The common sense tape use to be fix, wrap, seal and anything are wraped is always look cheap because become a brokenthing.
Wrap it up ! The word from Anon Pairot . His pilosophy is make something is useless to be usefull.Anon ues a tape combine two-thing together and result is newthing are morevalue and morefunction.

1.
Architape colection at Bangkok Art and Culture Centr
e ,ThailandShow in Bangkok design festival 08.
2.
Tape collection for YokeePlayboy cover news album Telephathy and show at Wallpaper design contest at Siam Paragon Bangkok Thailand

YokeePlayboy the great brand in Thailand.
Via anonpairot

lunedì 16 marzo 2009

Nirrimi Joy Hakanson


NIRRIMI JOY HAKANSON : fotografa australiana,16 anni.

"I'm Nirrimi, a sixteen-year-old aspiring fashion photographer aching to take the world by hurricane, thunder and rainstorm. Photography took my hands and led me to a personal paradise at age thirteen, and I've been self-taught and seeing life through a lens since. My aspirations are heaven high and my potential and dedication higher still. I have a peculiar vision of beauty- I see beautiful where others don't think to look and I capture it all so they do. I want to be shooting for Vogue before I've even reached adulthood. Can you imagine? I am really just an artist who spends more time dreaming than living and wants to finally live!"

giovedì 12 marzo 2009

TINA ROEDER - APPLE DESIGN GALLERY


WHITE BILLION CHAIRS
33 BY TINA ROEDER


SOLO SHOW/
APPEL DESIGN GALLERY
WWW.APPEL-DESIGN.COM

OPENING 12 MARCH 2009 AT 18-22H
EXHIBITION13 – 31 MARCH 2009
OPEN TUE-SAT 12-20H

ADDRESS/
TORSTRASSE 114, 10119 BERLIN-MITTE

A COLLECTION (2002-2009) OF OLD AND RARE MONOBLOCK CHAIRS,
INDIVIDUALLY PERFORATED (UP TO TEN THOUSAND HOLES EACH) AND
SANDED IN ORDER TO GIVE THEM A NEW LIFE AND APPRECIATION.
NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION OF 33 UNIQUE PIECES.

THE MONOBLOCK’S BEAUTY LIES IN ITS DEMOCRATIC CONCEPT -
IT’S THE MOST SOLD CHAIR WORLDWIDE, EVERYONE CAN OWN IT.
THE PROJECT IS AN ATTEMPT TO REVEAL THE BEAUTY OF THAT IDEA
AND TO MAKE VISIBLE WHAT LIES BENEATH THE SURFACE.

A MASS PRODUCT MADE INTO A LIMITED EDITION RAISES THE QUESTION
OF ITS MATERIAL AND IMMATERIAL / SOCIETAL / CULTURAL /
AESTHETICAL / ETHICAL VALUES.

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WHITE PLASTIC CHAIRS WITH DRILLED HOLES, MATT SANDED.
VARIOUS SIZES.

martedì 10 marzo 2009

PERCHE' OGGI MI VA' DI BRINDARE.


185gg fa ho deciso di "aprire" il mio amato blog e oggi scopro che ben 2.342persone lo hanno visitato...grazie mille a tutti.

giovedì 5 marzo 2009

ON SALE

POLTRONCINA
L86cm x P76cm x H 86cm  Euro 250,00

ARMCHAIR
L33,89'' x P 30'' x 33,89''

MOBILE
L130cm x P34cm x H 190cm   Euro 850,00

SHOWCASE
L51,22'' X P13,40'' x H 74,86''