Ocean House Roger Ferris + Partners
Una #domenica bestiale : relax
14 Set 2014 / 0 note
Frida Collection | Zanocchi and Starke
Thank you etherealizm for publishing our Lucciola!!
Our Italian friends tell us that lucciola means fireflies and the Lucciola here is an integrated hat, coat and umbrella stand.
Ma dai?! Ma grazie stealmag della pubblicazione :D
A Three-Legged Chair That Neatly Folds Flat
With a few simple movements, Sedia3 (or Chair3 – sedia is Italian for chair), by DORODESIGN, trans…
the result of translating the landmarks down to everyday objects has led to a playful, ironic, and microcosmic display of their architectural details.
Bellissimi i monumenti italiani da scrivania!
Ho scoperto che la mia nostalgia è dovuta al fatto che c’ero ma non c’ero.
2 Set 2014 / 0 note
Oggi mi sento così, un po svanire..
If there’s any common weed that could be characterized as Japanese, I would argue it’s the Taraxacum, better known as Dandelion. The flowering plant, in its yellow blossoms that signify the arrival of spring, and its fluffy seed heads that represent natural beauty and transience, are adored across the country by adults and children alike. It was enough to make legendary film director Juzo Itami name his protagonist and his 1985 film, Tampopo (Dandelion, in Japanese). And it’s not a stretch to to see Itami’s camera floating from scene to scene like a dandelion seed.
So it comes as no surprise that the cinematographer Takao Inoue has designed a household lamp around the dandelion. OLED TAMPOPO consists of an actual dandelion – harvested, carefully, during Spring – that is sealed into a clear acrylic block. A miniature OLED light is embedded into the stem. “Fragility is expressed by an illuminated wavering TAMPOPO,” says Inoue. “It reminds us of our old memories of picking up dandelion’s puff. The mysterious light gives us a moment to release ourselves.”
Bellissima #Modica (presso Modica (Sicily))
24 Ago 2014 / 0 note