Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Faking Vintage Beautyfully

by London designer Lee Broom

Concrete Parquet

This Edwardian home was remodelled by London architects AOC
via: dezeen

Buy the coolest 2011 Calendar!

Pleased to present the 2010 Calendar designes by my dad's agency Insideout, made in collaboration with 'Informatici senza Frontiere', a non-profit organization with the objective of using IT knowledge and tools to provide practical help to those who live in a situation of poverty and marginalization.
By buying the calendar you can help them in their objective! Lovely present for your friends and family to start the year with the best and highest intentions.
Each calendar is only 18 Euros, please find more information and buy the calendar here:
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Tuesday, 16 November 2010

DUTCHAPAN, Llove Exhibiton & Hotel in Tokyo

Something great coming to the beloved city of Tokyo, again.
Lloved is an exhibition you can go visit and a hotel where you can book a room for the night too! Located in the Shibuya-ku district, is curated by Suzanne Oxenaar (artistic director of the Lloyd Hotel in Amsterdam), and it consists of 14 guest rooms, as well as a cafe and a shop, all completely refurbished by a selection of eight Dutch and Japanese designers, including Scholten & Baijings, Pieke Bergmans, Richard Hutten and Jo Nagasaka.
via: wallpaper

Monday, 15 November 2010

First sights of chistmas decorations...can't wait!!! :))

Sunday, 14 November 2010

White and Wood

Interior designer Lyndsay Caleo and woodworker and interior designer Fitzhugh Karol at their home in Brooklyn. Love the white pureness in contrast with the wood roughness and beautiful reference to Brancusi 'Infinity Column' in their bed design! :)))
via: theselby

House in Rotterdam south

Studio and Zecc Architects transformed this 100 years old neglected Rotterdam home into something really unique. The house was empty for almost 30 years, the building has been totally changed in the interioir creating an entire new house within its walls.
more on:

Sunday, 7 November 2010

Yoriko Yoshida

O: Origami
S: Soba
L: Loose Socks
F: Futon
B: Bonsai Japanese artist Yoriko Yoshida illustrated the alphabet representing the Japanese culture and customs through each letter...Beautiful idea and tecnique :)
by Melina Prado Ferreira
by Eva Neirynck
by Fleur Sabbe
by Alexandra Georgescu
New work from Piet Zwart Institute Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam University, Rotterdam

New textiles from Design Academy Eindhoven

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Lovely color combinations and textiles. Location also fits nicely with the look!
more on

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

When fashion follows music

After Kanye West music video 'Runaway' with the birdgirl wearing beautiful pink feathers, here is 'designer'-model Kate Moss on a preview of her new topshop collection with a black bird-like jacket.