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Stein auf Stein
Apr 24, 2014

Stein auf Stein

Apr 21, 2014
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Die Ebbe, Christian Höpfner
Apr 19, 2014

Die Ebbe, Christian Höpfner

Crack
Apr 17, 2014

Crack

Apr 15, 2014 / 2 notes

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Currently I´m very much in love with a very special Italian: Mattiazzi. The manufacturer which is specialising in sustainable woodwork just knows how to treat the material and transform it into beautiful furniture – together with splendid designers who add their very own signature to every collection.

The Uncino collection which was released at this year´s Salone del Mobile in Milan was designed by the uber-creative Bouroullec brothers. Definitely another series of chairs that my mind is revolving around – might be incidental as two of the models made of metal and carved ash wood are swivel chairs…

Somehow the collection reminds me of a minimalist ballet paying tribute to design icons of the early to mid 20th century while making a very strong modern statement, calling for concentration.

The creations in natural wood or with stained black finish come with two variations of backrests – one squarish and one more rectangular – and are available as three or four-legged version.

A very convincing example of exercising the essential. That´s how pure love can be.

Photographs (c) Gerhardt Kellermann

A quick laugh (Study), 2012
Apr 14, 2014

A quick laugh (Study), 2012

Apr 13, 2014 / 3 notes

This is the mandarin my granny said had been shaking after my grandpa’s death when she was talking to him. She kept the dried fruit on her nightstand until her own death, 19 years.

Nature is just stunningly beautiful
Apr 13, 2014

Nature is just stunningly beautiful