One of a selection of table top form studies in balance and motion hand-built by L&G Studio.
Now that is my kind of bathroom, featuring a concrete bathtub from Glass.
The Paulistano armchair is comprised of a single bent piece of steel with a sling cover, outstanding in its comfort as well as in its visual lightness. Shown here in special edition mesh version, it is normally seen with a canvas or leather sling.
Originally designed in 1957 by Pritzker prize laureate Paulo Mendes da Rocha, the “Paulistano” armchairs were once part of the living room of the Athletic Club, in São Paulo, later being included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, in New York.
Fully restored 1962 Heinkel Trojan bubblecar.
Further to last weeks events in Paris, this response from The New Yorker with cover illustrated by Ana Juan.
Minimal lab-style coffee brewer from The Coffee Registry.
Place the little figures before you on the desk or shelf, and when you catch sight of them during stray moments of the day, allow their subtle and beguiling power to remind you of your true aspirations.
Mercedes-Benz Museum Pod lift