We are proud to announce that Lucciola, our light interpretation for Natevo (by Flou) has finished the sponsorship phase. Thanks to the presence at the Salone del Mobile Lucciola got positive feedbacks from press and clients and enough backers to cover the sponsorship.
You can buy Lucciola right away at the Natevo Store!
Siamo orgogliosi di annunciare che Lucciola, la nostra interpretazione luminosa per Natevo (by Flou) ha terminato la fase di sponsorizzazione. Grazie alla presenza al Salone del Mobile Lucciola ha ottenuto feedback positivi sia dalla stampa che da clienti e sostenitori sufficienti per coprire la sponsorizzazione.
Puoi acquistare Lucciola direttamente sul Natevo Store!
La collezione aria è in offerta speciale su Lovli.it. L’offerta è valida per solo 5 giorni e su tutti i colori: nero, bianco, azzurro, rosso, giallo verde rigorosamente tutti opachi.
Potete acquistare al seguente link: http://lovli.it/dorolifestyle.html
Aria – Il vuoto che arreda – è fatta a mano in italia.
Lotus and Kodewa reunite for the limited-run C 01. Lotus has a new superbike called the C-01. Designed by Daniel Simon, whose work you’ll know from Tron: Legacy, Oblivion, and Captain America, the bike balances the Lotus form of old with a decidedly modern finish. Although Simon is more known for his concept work, and the C-01 certainly looks like a designer’s wild fantasy, the bike will actually go on sale: the British company plans to produce 100 in partnership with German manufacturer Kodewa. Previously, the two companies worked together on a number of auto racing projects.
“The design process of the C-01 was a labour of love,” says Simon, “we have worked hard to create a motorcycle with very distinctive features such as a clean main body, an extremely low side profile, a bold stance, a unique air intake, logical partline solutions and clean graphics.” Available in three liveries, including classic British racing green and the Martini colors, the 400-pound bike will pack a 200hp four-stroke engine. There’s no price just yet, but expect the C-01 to be eye-wateringly expensive.
For our Chinese readers, here is the interview with DESIGN MANAGEMENT CHINA. The article talks about the strength of being business partners in the design world. How an idea born and take shape and how we deal with choices when we have opposing views or different ideas. In China, they are always very curious to learn a method, refine it and play it back in time. In this case it is not possible because creativity does not follow definite laws, but intuition: our best strategy!
Xie Xie China Design Management.
DIRECTLY FROM SINGAPORE, WE’ VE RECEIVED THIS GREAT NEWS. ONE OF THE OUR PRODUCT HAS BEEN AWARDED WITH ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DESIGN AWARD IN THE WORLD, THE “RED DOT”. SOON WE WILL REVEAL WHICH PRODUCT WON.
Over 4394 entries from 56 countries. Only the 5.7 % of the entries won a RED DOT. PROUD OF US.
All images courtesy of Sibling
‘Walking shelter’ is a mobile habitat that pops out of a pair of sneakers. Conceived by design collective Sibling, the sneakers accommodate a fully-functioning tent, stored compactly in integrated, netted pockets within the sides of the shoe. The shelter expands out from the back of the footwear and fits around the human body, forming a billowing capsule that encloses the user in tented material. The adapted habitat relies on the human frame as a supporting structure, an alternative to nomadic or urban living.
‘Markies’ by Eduard Bohtlingk
A collection of unique art objects are available for accommodation, combining camping and art. Located at the Vliegenbos campsite in Amsterdam, designers Annette Van Driel and Francis Nijenhuis have created Urbancampsite, an outdoor interactive display of temporary art objects available for rent. From august 16 to september 30, 2013, visitors can stay in one of the creative shelters, which have been created by contemporary industrial designers.
Each of the fifteen mobile units placed on the campground are equipped with a comfortable bed, which sometimes doubles as a small living space. In addition, urban campsite offers guests a zone for campfires, hammocks to relax, a wood-fired sauna, and a picnic spot in front of each installation. The site also provides the visitors with general amenities — a restaurant, a well-stocked shop, laundry and a shower. The creative expression stop stop at the art objects: temporary photo exhibitions will be shown on the grounds, one of the fields will be arranged as a sculpture garden, and the terrain’s decoration will be changed regularly.
With its compact, tented roof and folded floors that triple in dimension, the ‘Markies’ cottage designed by Eduard Bohtlingk is as mobile as a caravan. It features a bedroom with a canvas privacy divider, a sitting room, and a small kitchen fitted with a stove, sink, table, and multiple storage spaces. It is available for a maximum of four people, and rents for EUR 80 per night.
‘Polaris M’ is a tubular space, made out of an old polyester silo, that serves as a temporary shelter. The spaceship-like structure, designed by Boris Duijnevel, has a small table, which opens up into a bed, and two padded benches inside. It is available for a maximum of two people, and rents for EUR 80 per night.
This large purple sperm is blown up to extreme proportion. visitors enter through the head of the sperm where they will find a bed and a small desk fitted inside. It is available to rent for a maximum of two people, for EUR 100 per night. ‘Darwin’ is designed by Atelier Van Lieshout and was part of his exhibit ‘Infernopolis’ at submarine wharf in Rotterdam.
This mobile camp is a suspended geometric structure, with an entryway built into the front. The swinging shelter by Boomhuttenfest sleeps 2 people and rents for EUR 60 per night.
Every season adidas x Opening Ceremony deliver a variety of styles that blend both their distinct aesthetics.This season they chose to focus on two contrasting disciplines: rock climbing and basketball. Right now there really isn’t anything more chic than sports inspired day wear and what better way to deliver it than in a beautiful image-heavy pastel lookbook.
Shopaholics have so much in common with surrealist artists. Both of them are obsessed with a very random selection of beautiful things. Irrational choice brings beauty to life. Here are some items we have found for your shopping pleasure, enjoy!
|Charlotte Olympia Clutch |
| Marni Handbag |
| Urban Outfitters Hat |
| Nixon Watch |
“Pacific Standard Time”—the Getty’s 2011 extravaganza celebrating the artistic legacy of Los Angeles—returns this spring with a new initiative dedicated to the region’s architectural history. Running from April through September, “Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A.” comprises 11 exhibitions at institutions citywide as well as a series of other satellite happenings. Highlights include “In Focus: Ed Ruscha,” a show at the Getty that features photographs the artist took of the city in the 1960s and ’70s (April 9– September 29), and “A New Sculpturalism,” at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, which surveys radical formmaking by such Southern California–based talents as Thom Mayne, Michael Maltzan, and Frank Gehry (June 2–September 2).
Via Architectural Digest – pacificstandardtimepresents.org