Copenhagen by Vifa is simply, audio designed. The imagery alone makes me want to purchase this beautiful pieces of audio equipment. The designers of Copenhagen say “The distinct characteristic of Copenhagen is its Nordic expression” They also define the term “Nordic design addresses complex issues and turns them into simple and appealing solutions.” Vifa also teamed up with Kvadrat who makes some amazing textiles. I would love to hear one of these, if they sound anything as good as they are designed, I bet they sound fantastic. I think I would like to see a model without a handle as well, something that would be stationary.
Artistic brass, are the words I would use to describe the work of Pietro Russo. There is definitely a common thread in these stunning pieces, that being the use of brass. I love the geometric precision of these objects. Lighting, furniture and interiors are just some of the pictures you are viewing here. Most of his work is in limited editions and I am sure they are produced with the utmost quality and attention to detail. The details in these interiors and furniture pieces are stunning and that is what makes a piece unique. Walnut and brass, ya, they play very well together.
I have always loved Porcelain art in what ever from it maybe take. I have a growing collection of German pieces that look so good when grouped together. Porcelain has many properties and Ábel Lakatos from Budapest, Hungary has leaned to use these properties to make beautiful and functional art. The Porcelain Chandelier is truly a thing of beauty. The positive for casting was made of glass. It gives a smoother surface and emables fine, geometric shapes. Could you imagine this design on a larger scale? the Polyunomi cup also allows light to shine through certain areas. The clear glaze was only added to the inside allowing a rougher outer exterior. This allows for a more secure grip.
If you stay at this modern bed and breakfast by Bea Mombaers, you are not only going to be surrounded by amazing mid century modern pieces of furniture and art but you can take them home with you if you want. These pieces can be purchased after your stay. Just think your visits could be totally different as the decor would change as old pieces left and new pieces took their place. I have recently posted about several places like this where people live or can stay and the interiors function as a gallery of sorts. Is this a new trend? Is the idea, that you can try living with these pieces first? Try before you buy I guess, I wonder if they have a you brake you buy it policy.
I have been meaning to try a post like this for some time. I want to share with you some of my mid century modern collections, in doing so I want YOU to share some with me. How do you do this? I would love to have you send me pictures of your collections and I will post them here. I will also include your name and link to your website if you have one. For those that have a website you know that is free SEO. It will be really cool to see how large we can make this post. Your images will only be posted here and not used for anything else.
Send me images of your MCM collections and I will post theme here with your name and link back to your website if you have one. I want to see how large we can make this post. My email is tyler|at|plastolux|dot|com
Assorted Murano glass
Lamps: Left-right. Pelota lamp designed by Cesare Casati and C. Emanuele Ponzio for Lamperti, circa 1970. Unknown. Table lamp by Rico and Rosemarie Baltensweiler, 1950′s. Crosslight, manufacturer: Dark , Belgium.
It has been almost a year since I had posted about Michaël Verheyden and his purified designs. I noticed that he has been quite busy in that time perfecting and exploring his craft. Pure design in this case is referring the the design and material. I love that Michaël uses pure, simple and honest materials to create his functional works. The stone pieces are my favorite with their translucent reticulated patterns.