“Ja-mi-rang refers to falling into sleep, with sleep in Korean language. Glamorous solid characteristic shows comfort that ease the tension, straightly stretched legs from round cushion express it’s abstained force on soft lines.”
Jamirang sofa No.1 in wool fabric and wood, from Bora.
Loving the graphical style of Caroline Aufort.
The Matrix by Kianoosh Motallebi.
“Incandescent lamp fused with a flourescent light. The two otherwise incompatible technologies are forced to operate in the same space, creating a dynamic system that ultimately leads to dysfucnction of both light sources.”
“After birth, the second biggest event in life is death. And, yet, across cultures,
our relationship with it seems based on avoidance and denial. We asked ourselves, why isn’t death treated as naturally and gracefully as birth? Why can’t we perceive it in a more positive way? And redesign its rituals to reveal, rather than conceal, who we really are?”
Conceived by Diddo, Project Womb is not simply a restyled funeral casket, it’s a container for impressions and memories you can record and update over your lifetime, providing the means of sharing your story and personal insights, in your own words, pictures and videos.
Beautiful crafty goodness from Verena Sieber-Fuchs.