Monthly Archives: November 2008
The Susurrus Chandelier is made from a collection of unglazed bone china bells by Item, a British company that produces a selection of contemporary decor and lighting pieces.
From the Latin to murmur or whisper, Susurrus lives up to its name by producing delicate chiming tones when activated by gentle motion. Each one of the hundreds of thin bone china bells is unique: subtly altered by organic firing variations;each has a distinctive shape and acoustic tone.
Visit the Item website – here.
From Norway Says:
The PLUS mills are made in beech wood and come in 3 versions; a white salt, a black peppermill and a multicoloured version that has both the salt and pepper option. The traditional parts of salt and pepper mills are split into a stack of different sized elements. The composition reflects how you grip and use the mill. The biggest element is of course the one you turn to grind your salt and pepper.
From Andreu World:
With its sumptuous encircling shape, balanced proportions, formla synthesin approach and easily-recognisable aesthetics, the Tauro upholstered seat collection, in both chair and easychair versions, makes a definitive statement in the seating sector. Tauro is manufactured using polyurethane injection technology, providing maximum comfort levels and a quality finish,while making it ideal for either contract or home uses, and capable of satisfying even the most demanding specifiers in top-level installations around the world.
Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan designed the Casa Mirindaba in São Paulo, Brazil.
The house exhibits Kogan’s trademark elegant and airy concrete box forms, lined with stone and Brazilian timber, while open spaces play with light, and blur the lines between in and outdoors.
Visit Marcio Kogan’s website – here.