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
The Farnsworth House, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1946 for his client, Dr Edith Farnsworth, is seminal. It asserted America as the pre-eminent home of modernism after the war. It also reduced (for the first time) the idea of a dwelling to its skeletal minimal.
Farnsworth House, Plano, Illinois USA by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
+ Farnsworth House National Historic Site
Buy the Book: Mies van der Rohe: A Critical Biography
Stella Tile – created by specifically for the Stella McCartney boutique, by Universaldesignstudio