When in doubt, visit Jonathan Adler’s shop. I found this intel on newyorkinspiration.com and as everything else New York Inspiration writes about, it is a gem.
Adler keeps delivering true color inspiration as well as attention to detail.
Malin Henningsson is yet another talented designer. Henningsson’s sculptural, minimalistic albeit maximalistic jewelry is unique in its design and in choice of material. Jewelry portrayed here is made of goldplated copper and pink quartz.
Each piece of jewelry is handmade by Henningsson in her Stocholm studio, thus after placing your order you’d have to wait a week or two while your unique piece of jewelry is being made.
Not that I’d mind.
Photos from FWSS
I have to admit I have a thing for Japan. I love the people, the food, the courteousness, the order, the attention to detail…the list can go on forever.
On a recent trip I was roaming around just looking at whatever caught my eye, and I enjoyed looking at the products at this shop in Kyoto… and then it occured to me that it was Danish design (!). Not that I should have been so surprised, I really enjoy Danish design as well. A lot. But I just didn’t expect to stumble across it just then and there.
By the way, if you are heading towards Kyoto, try to stay some nights in a ryokan, that is an experience that you shouldn’t miss, but if you want to save some $ you can stay really comfortably at a hostel. I stayed at Piece Hostel Kyoto. Awsome place! I totally loved it. It is a friendly, no fuss, squeaky clean place with oh-so-comfy-beds. With friendly and super helpful staff as the cherry on top.
Well, what can I say, but Royal Copenhagen keeps doing it. Since 1775 they have been adorning the world’s many homes, and tablelscapes have been so much prettier with their help for hundreds of years.
Which color do your prefer when it comes to this, their new line ‘Fluted’?
Glover – an armchair designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti. With it’s soft lines it is both elegant and super comfortable.
Read more about Rodolfo Dordoni and his Glover at Minotti
Jaime Hayon designed this sofa, named Vico (after the designers son), for Cassina. After researching the heritage of Italian design and by studying Cassina’s archives from 1950’s and 60’s he designed this retro:ish sofa in a contemporary context.
The result is a sofa (and an armchair) with fluid lines that will grace any home.
If I ever am to have a meltdown, this is the one I want, need, am asking for…
Pictures from the Johan Lindsten website www.lindstenform.com
Naoto Fukusawa designed this watch for Issey Miyake. It is called “Twelve”. A beauty in sleek:ness.
Fukusawa has designed a world of wonderful, sleek, inventive objects. Look at this shoe box
Read more about Naoto Fukasawa here.