Tuesday, 6 January 2015

{Interiors} 9 cool throw pillows for your sofa

{Interiors} 9 cool throw pillows for your sofa | Mix'em up
VIA My scandinavian Home
With the new year, I am on the hunt for some accessories for my sofa. So I thought that I would design a bunch of them on my Society6 shop. I then got a bit sidetracked and started getting lost in it's giant maze. There are so many cool designs, it is worth mixing up pattern, and scale.
I might get some for the kids' bedroom also.

So here is my selection for you to enjoy.

Cool throw pillows to mix up | Rue du chat qui peche for Society6
VIA Society6

1. dotty dots black on white
2. the heart of my heart
3. black and white triangles
4. all you need is love
5. dotty dots white on black
6. always be yourself - unless you can be a unicorn - then always be a unicorn
7. galaxy deep
8. triangle bunting pattern
9. giraffe

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

{Design} A notebook for architects by A:LOG

{Design} A notebook for architects by A:LOG

Get sketching.
Three architecture students from Columbia University have developed a notebook specially designed with architects in mind. The notebook has 130 pages of ready to be drawn on pages with lightly dotted grids  at 4 different scales 1:200, 1:100, 1:50 & 1:25. It is the only notebook with all 4 scales. It also exists in metric and imperial editions.

Order on A:LOG or check out their Kickstarter page to support them. 

{Design} A notebook for architects by A:LOG

{Design} A notebook for architects by A:LOG
VIA A:LOG


Tuesday, 2 December 2014

{design} Laser engraved rolling pins by Valek Rolling Pins

{design} Laser engraved rolling pins by Valek Rolling Pins

Love these laser engraved rolling pins by Valek Rolling Pins. Just in time for the festive season! 
Check out her Easy shop here for more designs. You can even get your own design laser engraved.


{design} Laser engraved rolling pins by Valek Rolling Pins

{design} Laser engraved rolling pins by Valek Rolling Pins
VIA Valek rolling pins

Thursday, 27 November 2014

{Design} Lost in sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture


{Design} Lost in sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture - Rue du chat qui peche

Things always get lost in sofas. Because they fall out of your pockets, or just because they have somehow fallen into the cracks of your sofa. Sometimes they resurface and sometimes they are never to be found again.
Tokyo-based architect Daisuke Motogi Architecture emphasised this trait of a sofa in this playful utility armchair design. The multitude of cracks are purposefully used for storage, items can be shelved between cushions.



{Design} Lost in sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

{Design} Lost in sofa by Daisuke Motogi Architecture
VIA DMA

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

{Art} Archiportrait by Federico BabinaAll


Check out this gorgeous series by Federico Babina, the illustrator that gets inspiration from architecture and design to create fabulous graphics. In this project, Archiportrait, Babina created a representation of 33 architects and designers, "in which the faces and the expressions are made of their architecture.”








VIA Federico Babina

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

{Design} Timor Perpetual calendar by Danese

I love this Classic 20th century design desk calendar inspired by railway signs. Timor was designed by Enzo Mari in 1967 and has been in production by Danese ever since. A clever design combining great style and ease of use, and is included in museum collections around the world. 

{Design} Timor Perpetual calendar by Danese
{Design} Timor Perpetual calendar by Danese
VIA Momastore


Tuesday, 7 October 2014

{Food} 3D Printed Chocolate City by Naoko Tone and Atsuyoshi Iijima

I am only just discovering the amazing things that can be achieved with 3D printing in the realm of design. What a wonderful tool!
So for all you map lovers and chocolate lovers. Check out this gorgeous and delicate 3D Printed Chocolate version of Tokyo by Naoko Tone and Atsuyoshi Iijima. It was all part of an exhibition about chocolate at the 21_21 Design Sight space in Tokyo some time ago. 

{Food} 3D Printed Chocolate City by Naoko Tone and Atsuyoshi Iijima
VIA pingmag

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