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15 Things Charles and Ray Eames Teach Us

  1. Keep good company
  2. Notice the ordinary
  3. Preserve the ephemeral
  4. Design not for the elite but for the masses
  5. Explain it to a child
  6. Get lost in the content
  7. Get to the heart of the matter
  8. Never tolerate “O.K. anything.”
  9. Remember your responsibility as a storyteller
  10. Zoom out
  11. Switch
  12. Prototype it
  13. Pun
  14. Make design your life… and life, your design.
  15. Leave something behind.

Tom Dixon: Stone Pendelleuchte

Stone Pendelleuchte lamp by Tom Dixon.

http://www.bamfordwatchdepartment.com/

Another pretty special custom Rolex from Bamford Watch Department.

Mathilda chair

Mathilda chair

Just something about the Mathilda chair by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso.

Via Made in Design.

Floor lamp

Could find no information on this stunning floor lamp unfortunately.

Via McCray.

Porter Tanker briefcase

Porter Tanker briefcase

Nice…!

Available in the UK from Kafka.

Vintage Italian telephone

Italian vintage 1970’s Italtel E65 sip telephone.

Circa incense burner

Circa incense birner

Beautifully simple incense burner in brass from Cinnamon Projects.

Marcel Breuer: Wassily Chair

Marcel Breuer, Model B3-Chair, also known as the Wassily Chair, 1925-1926. Originally produced by Thonet, Germany, in bent tubular steel and canvas. Italian Gavina Group bought the license for Wassily after the WW2 and replaced canvas with leather straps as the chair is most famously known nowadays.

Think I prefer this canvas version.

Photo copyright by Scandinavian Collectors 2016.

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