Once again, bulthaup innovates in the kitchen. The B2 kitchen is shown at the Milan Furniture Fair.
bulthaup gets its visions from the consistent observation of the living and eating habits of people from all over the world. bulthaup b2 is responsive to modern lifestyles, such as single-person or twoperson households, or even “patchwork families”, and is the perfect kitchen for nomads or pioneers in creating a home, living and thinking. The design was developed in collaboration with the renowned design firm EOOS in Vienna.
Porcelain tea service, sold in wooden boxes. Designed for Idees Mud Collection in Tokyo.
Produced by Nikko, Japan.
Teamaster, by Jasper Morrison
A bathroom range designed by Patricia Urquiola.
Pear, by Patricia Urquiola, for Agape
Innovation in form, Designed by Sergio Berizzi. (Italian, 1930-1976), Architectural Firm: Architetti Montagni, Berizzi, Butte. Metal and wood.
Phonola Television (model 1718). 1956. Metal and wood, by Sergio Berizzi, for Phonola
Japanese lantern company LX, pulled together a group of designers to conceive new lamps with the traditional craft of Gifu; using elastic spiral structure and the Mino Japanese paper.
Lamps, by Yindigo A. Mochizuki, for LX
Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret ). Chapel de Notre-Dame-du-Haut, Ronchamp, France. 1950-54. Wood, paint, and plaster.
Permanent Collection MoMA
1. Alexander Calder’s statue of “Man”, originally located near the Scandinavian Pavilion on Île Sainte-Hélène, Montreal for Expo 67
2. “Flamingo” in Federal Center Plaza, Chicago and 3. found.
more: Calder Foundation
Peter Jansen creates sculptures that focus on the body’s movement freeze-framed in time and space.
What do you do with a remnant space only 2.4 meters (7 feet 10 inches) wide?
Turn it into a live/work space.
Architects Pieter Peerlings & Silvia Mertens, Sculpt(IT)