Category Archives: Design

Design Interiors

Tiny ideas

Surfing the web I found these very interesting and fun stickers by Ferm Living. I might get one of them for my apartment.

Check them out:

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Design

Too good to put in the cupboard

Are you looking for a minimal and refined way to eat your meals? These plates designed by Caroline Swift are thin and yet incredibly strong. Each piece is made by hand and is totally unique in shape and wobbly form, pure and unglazed. I love them.

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Design Home Decor

Straight from Milan, Fiera del Mobile – Fuori salone

Here are some pictures of the nice walk through the FuoriSalone in Milan during the Fiera del Mobile that ended last weekend. As always, it is overwhelming and very inspiring. Enjoy some details that my Architect friend Barbara just sent me!

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Design Home Decor

A delicate jellyfish

I love these lamps! They are as delicate as the real jellyfish can be. The fact that jellyfish produce light in their bodies, known as bioluminescence, inspired Californian designer Roxy Russell to create The Medusae Collection of these gorgeous jellyfish lamps. This is definitely a poetic approach to lighting design and, more than that, a poetic vision of  use of plastic (the main cause of ecosystem’s destruction).  If you want to give a nice, fresh and refined touch to your living room, well….there is no doubt. This is the way to go.

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Design Home Decor

A look outside

This is my favorite outdoor furniture brand. The Spanish company Gandia Blasco is impossible to imitate. Its furniture immediately gives a modern and clean touch to all exteriors, even the small ones.

Here’s an exemple from one of my works; even though the terrace was pretty small, a touch of Gandia helped me to change the all look of the apartment:

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Design Lighting

Night shopping

Inspired by the nightlife in Milan during Design Week, Hobo lantern is a portable luminary that comes to life with an energy-efficient LED light source glowing through its delicate pattern of translucent fibres. It is designed by Vancouver’s Molo Design. It may not be practical, but I still think it’s a gentle way to get attention!

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Design Interiors

Amsterdam Apartment

I don’t think that white is boring. Especially when it is mixed with materials such as natural light colored wood. The laser-cut holes across the cabinets’ surface is a very poetic idea. I love it. The apartment, located in Amsterdam, was designed by Dutch interior architects i29.

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Design

When the tea experience gets close to poetry

The Sharky Tea Infuser by Argentinian designer Pablo Matteoda is my favorite example of “design experience”. I imagine myself looking at the little floating shark in my tea cup during a foggy afternoon. My eyes following its slow moves and the water changing color. And then, thoughts fly away.

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