Posts tagged “italian design

DOROLIFESTYLE aria in offerta su Lovli

La collezione aria è in offerta speciale su 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:

Aria – Il vuoto che arreda – è fatta a mano in italia.




DORODESIGN has designed with SOLUX a collection of 3 kitchens with a very stong personality.

DORODESIGN ha disegnato in collaborazione con SOLUX una collezione di 3 linee di cucine con una forte personalità, connotate da gesti semplici ma riconoscibili.


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SUPER Spring/Summer 2010 Eyewear Collection

I guess I need a new pair of Supers, my Ciccios are my most favorite pair of glasses ever.

After re-living the excesses of the 80’s, SUPER decided to embrace the essentialism and minimalism of objects and their functionality: A return to a classical and more elegant point of view, which had been overshadowed in these past few years, especially from the younger consumers.The Spring/Summer 2010 RetroSuperFuture collection was conceived and designed with three basic key points in mind: simplicity, research and understated-elegance. The extra twist and the true summer feeling for the SS10 collection was given with the specific selection of style and material of the acetates. The Summer Safari acetates and combinations successfully combine a fresh and innovative style without stepping out of line from their three initial focus points (mentioned above), yet maintaining the everyday style and under-stated elegance. Another additional feature on some of the silhouettes of this season is weight, with the Andrea, the People, the Lucia and the W that are very lightweight yet high-quality sunglasses.

Take a look at the new styles from the SUPER Spring/Summer 2010 Sunglass collection after the jump.

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MV Agusta 250S Elettronica | Bike EXIF | Classic motorcycles, custom motorcycles and cafe racers

Im going to take a minute to thank maybe my favorite blog, Bike EXIF.  As well as as a hat tip to a great bike, a great example of good clean Italian design.  If you look at it, poche tarantelle, pure, clean, honest.  Everything we value here in our studio.

Tucked away under the arches of the Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia, is the Classic Throttle Shop. This amazing vintage car emporium is also home to CTS Auctions, and on Saturday 5 December a very rare motorcycle will be going under the hammer. It’s a gorgeous 1972 MV Agusta that never officially entered production, being a five-speed 250S with electronic ignition. According to the catalogue, this bike was based on the 250B twin produced between 1967 and 1971. The history is unique: “First imported to London on January 30, 1973 by Gus Kuhn Motorcycles, MV factory production records indicate the bike was completed on October 27, 1972. Dated by the MV Owner’s Club, it was built some 17 months after 250cc production officially ceased.” The guide price is AU$21—$26,000 (US$19,300—$23,900), which is pretty good for a one-of-a-kind from the prestigious Varese maker. [Thanks to Richard Fowler of Motorsport Retro for the tip. Image by Karin Johnston of Linzdesign.]

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