The French jewellery designer Marie-Hélène de Taillac is inspired by the colours she discovers on her travels around the world and, and she subsequently uses them in her incredible pieces of jewellery.
A solid outer cylinder made from cement houses a delicate source of light to form this table top lamp. In addition to its shape, the finish also plays a crucial role. It can be created from marble, Australian blue stone or cement.
Devised as a functional piece of storage furniture, the uniqueness of this piece lies in the front panel, which is covered in over 800 moveable pieces. The special feature is that the owner can change the piece´s appearance by moving these coloured wooden scales. This piece of furniture is by the Swedish studio Stoft.
Devised according to the criteria of Japanese Kasuri fabrics, that mix the technique of dyed Ikat, this model of rug, created by the Swedish design studio Brieditis-Evans, was designed using a batch of discarded t-shirts. Its pattern makes it possible to conceive a braiding of rags a braiding of rags that gives it a new optic dimension.
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