Nendo have released a collection of bottle-objects for the September Maison et Objets trade fair at Villepinte under the theme ‘WORDS’. Considering the thousands of nuances in Japanese- a language that has dozens of words for rain depending on the condition and time of day- the studio also used paper as part of their designs.
Archive for October, 2014
Glossier is a young cosmetic brand created by American Emily Weiss, author of the extremely popular blog ‘Into the Gloss’.
With the growing popularity of trail running, backpacks have become the subject of many innovative new developments. In the quest for lightness being priority, the products must have optimum stability and room for provisions.
Fashion has frequently tried to takeover museums, often without success, but fashion shows are a new way that it can attempt to do so. The Grand Palais museum has become associated with the Maison Chanel, collaborating twice a year giving the brand an artistic status. A new way for couture to consolidate its aura.
Tapps and Qleek have been designed to simplify our access to data through their materialization. Tapps are small wooden hexagons that can conceal a film, music, a photo album or even a Youtube channel… Just put it on the Qleek box and its contents runs directly on your TV or Hi-fi.
The Italien design collective Studio FUDD has created ‘Gelatology’ a community which aims to develop creativity. The principle: work with pieces of paper to revisit a universal form: the ice cream cone.
With the scarves by Inge de Vor, we can find hybrid patterns which colonize prints, magazines and the web. ‘Composed elements’ is a collection of scarves created by her studio.
The Italian designer Valentina Cameranesi Sgroi worked as the head designer for Diesel Home- developing furniture and lighting for collaborations with Moroso and Foscarini -for three years before becoming director of independent creation in 2012.