New chairs by Matthias Demacker presented at the Salone del Mobile.
A new project adjacent to the Battersea power plant in London. Because of the scale of the building it was necessary to introduce voids within the volumes to enable daylight penetration.
Battersea Weave Office Building, London, United Kingdom by UNStudio
Here’s a fun Family Restaurant “Praq means mashed food for children in Dutch, however, the plates sereved at Praq are very refined and tasty.”
Responsible for landmark Louis Vuitton stores in Japan, Hong Kong, and New York, Aoki Jun uses innovative materials and construction to modulate light in their interiors.
Louis Vuitton stores, by Aoki Jun
The Gomboc is the physical realization of a mathematical theorem: that a “mono-monostatic” object — one that has a single stable point of equilibrium, or balance — must exist. And so it does. No matter how you orient it, the Gomboc always rights itself, a bit like turtles and beetles.
Gomboc, € 1,000, by Gabor Domokos and Peter Varkonyi
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Tray, Year: 60´s, Size: h.5cm/2″ d.53cm/20.9″ w.69cm/27.2″, Price: On request, by Jens Quistgaard, at Jackson’s