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Spacious and Cozy Modern Armchair Defined By a Lightweight Structure

The Slow Chair by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Spacious and Cozy Modern Armchair Defined By a Lightweight Structure

Envisioned by Paris-based brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, this cozy modern armchair named the Slow Chair provokes the mind and body to connect in a sensory experience. Boasting an ergonomic support ensured by a translucent knit stretched over the polished aluminum frame, the chair awakens the feeling of complete relaxation after having imposed a modern aesthetic respect. Comfortable, supporting and versatile, the Slow Chair delivers the promise of a slowed down world where modern design and relaxation impose a soothing rhythm. Continue reading »

Warehouse Transformation Ignites Sense of Belonging and Family-Friendly Feel

Windsor Warehouse Residence by Made by Cohen Warehouse Transformation Ignites Sense of Belonging and Family Friendly Feel

Susie Cohen of Made by Cohen takes on just a handful of projects each year, allowing herself to be creative instead of overworked. We just presented one of her works – this cozy private residence – and now it’s time to dive deeper into her magnificent universe with another stunning interior design project: the Windsor Warehouse Residence. This is actually the home she purchased after having her first child and it seems immersed in comfort and dripping coziness all over. A great accent placed on simplicity and grace led the designer’s eye for detail towards a career in this field of interior design with her own home as the first project – a complete warehouse transformation. Continue reading »

Provoking Money-Burning Table: “Too much?” by Alejandro Monge

table money Provoking Money Burning Table: Too much? by Alejandro Monge

AMARIST atelier crosses the line between Art and Design with one of their most provocative creations: “Too much?” is a sculptural table for unique spaces. In collaboration with artist Alejandro Monge, this functional sculpture seeks to provoke a deep thought about the volatility of money. The piece is an original dining table made of a glass cube containing partially burnt 50 €uro bills and with a thin biofuel flame rising above its surface. The artist meticulously reproduced banknotes from paper using a hyper-realistic technique, and simulated the effect of the burning fire sculpting and petrifying ashes with resin. Continue reading »

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