Friday, December 13, 2019

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Giuliadreambox | Handmade paper theatres

Alice is waiting for Santa - by Giulia Adriana Leone

Giulia Adriana Leone has a lifelong long love for drawing and painting. After moving to Florence, she has cultivated her passion and knowledge of renaissance art. She has found a way to express this passion, in little worlds that tell a story in scenes and images in her wonderful dreambox; "vivid cinematic glimpses which look at sense and sensibility to tiny theatrical scenes of plays that will capture and enchant in amazement, the spectator. Evoking the same spellbinding enchanted charm we felt as children once upon a time.

Creating a dreambox is a laborious and long process, this inspiration stems from dioramas of old theatre cards and pop-up books. To create a dreambox from start to finish, takes between two to three weeks. The most challenging stage that takes the most time is research, study and

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Numeroventi | Florence, Italy

Numeroventi is a peaceful retreat, a creative community in the center of Florence with access to design studio spaces, kitchen, lounge and apartments.

Numeroventi is born with the aim to facilitate artistic processes, offering a workshop or exhibition space and chances to meet the artistic communities of Florence.
Over the years, Numeroventi has brought together many talented international and local creative

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Privat Apartment in Milan | Quincoces-Dragò

Quincoces-Dragò was founded in 2008 by David Lopez Quincoces and joined as senior partner by Fanny Bauer Grung in 2013. The office is a full architectural and design studio that specializes in luxury retail, hospitality and residential spaces.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

B/W 2019 Moodboard

Random b/w inspiration via 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Villa Carlsson | Västerås Sweden

This beautiful two storey villa is located in Västerås, one of the oldest cities in Sweden, born on the shore of Lake Mälaren,

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Laurent Chéhère | Flying Houses

Today is Valentine's day and I present you an art project I'm in love with!
The "Flying Houses" are a surrealistic and poetic vision of old Paris, inspired by Jules Verne, Albert Robida, Moebius, Hayao Miyazaki, William Klein, Wim Wenders, Federico Fellini, Serge Gainsbourg, Martin Scorsese, Marcel Carné, Jean Cocteau and more. These buildings are also inspired by poor and cosmopolitan neighborhood of the French capital where lives Laurent Chéhère. The author isolates these buildings of their urban context and releases them from the anonymity of the street to tell the life, the dreams and the hopes of these inhabitants. The images are photomontage of hundred of elements like roof, windows, gutter, fireplace, characters, antennas, graffiti and sky, captured and assembled afterward like a puzzle. In gallery, the images are shown in large format and let the curious observer to discover details and hiden references of these accurate reconstructions by proposing a double reading, one by far and one closely. The artist uses this distance to propose a different point of view and alert against preconceived ideas and prejudices. All the ingredients are there, the comedy, the drama, the poetry, the darkness, the onirism, the laughter and the tears... everything becomes entangled. The author gives some keys, but these flying houses remain open to the interpretation, it’s finally the people who will make his own way.
Discover the whole stunning portfolio of Laurent Chéhère here.

Happy Valentine's Day!

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Arredoluce is back | Italian Design

Arredoluce is an iconic Italian brand collecting masterpieces of lighting design from 1943 to 1986. Founded by Angelo Lelii, the collection included works by Gio Ponti, Ettore Sottsass, Nanda Vigo, Achille e Piergiacomo Castiglioni, Vico Magistretti and Angelo Lelii himself.

Arredoluce will be back soon thanks to Penta Light, who bought the brand to make it shining again. Andrea Citterio, CEO of Gruppo Penta Light, announced that ARREDOLUCE Milano 1943, will be presented at Euroluce 2019 with the first 10 re-editions and that the collection will grow under the creative direction of Nicola Gallizia.
A new showroom will be opened in via San Damiano 2, Milano.

Alessandro Padoan + Alessandro Palmaghini, founders of Fragile design gallery, have done a great work for the re-discovering of the heritage of ARREDOLUCE from 2015, contributing with Anty Pansera, to the ultimate book “ARREDOLUCE Catalogo ragionato 1943 - 1987”, Silvana editoriale 2018.



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