When In New York, visit the current exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Design and the Elastic Mind. If you can’t make it, the website is fun.
Exhibition: Design and the Elastic Mind, New York, MoMA
“Inspired by the linear, well-defined structure of vintage chairs. Papyrus combines a translucent structure with a very fine vertical ridged pattern, which covers the outer surface of the rounded backrest, with its soft, enveloping design”.
Papyrus, by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, for Kartell
Nine different stainless steel Pots and Pans of the “John Pawson Series” are available at Gaggenau. The handles can be touched with bare hands even after hours of cooking.
Cookware Series, by John Pawson, for Gaggenau
Spend a little time here soaking in this Corian bathtub.
I Fuimi, by Claudio Silvestrin, for Boffi
Simple set of chairs exhibited at the Milan Furniture Fair
Brio, by Mikiya Kobayashi, for Mikiya Kobayashi Design
The new British coin designs have been chosen via an open competition. The winning designer is 26 year old Matthew Dent, who lives and works in London as a graphic designer.
British Coins, by Matthew Dent, for The Royal Mint
Colour coded, typographic and functional, everything we need in a daily planer. We love the details, perfect for that busy design agency.
Studioplaner, by Sven Winterstein, for Planolux
B-LINE has come up with some furniture using a special manufacturing technique. The bending of 3mm thick aluminum sheets like paper, yields the origami line. The Icon bar stool (we like the name) is horizontally stackable and comes in a range of colors, for those who invest a lot of time in this activity.
Icon Bar Stool, by Matthias Demacker, for B-LINE