duendepr.com news design

Tse02

Chinese heritage and modern thoughts. As a part of the 2015 collection Lyngby Porcelain is presenting 4 products in the Tsé series: teapot, candleholder, bowl, and a set of 3 cups. Tsé is a series of refined, lightweight porcelain tableware. The fine and delicate designs came to life through collaboration between Lyngby Porcelain, designer Pili Wu and the Taiwanese Han Gallery. Lire la suite…

 

1204-FdG Sig

The Frost Flower is a new lighting system by french designers and brand Tsé & Tsé, a climbing lamp with flexible stems that hangs on your wall in any way you please. The five frosty crowns with their myriads of incandescent points are ready to confront topographical hazards and can be fitted into every nook and cranny. As light as a feather, they can be attached to the wall with two pins. Their 120 LEDs diffuse warm, distinguished light that never glares. They come with a switch and an elegant white mini- transformer.  Lire la suite…

 

Teze_PetisqueiraIpanema_B

Created in 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Oitis55 brings a breeze of renovation to the carioca creative market. The name was inspired by the Oiti tree which naturally exists in the Atlantic forest. This group is made up of 23 young design companies whose product protfolios stand out for their esthetic and environmental designs. Lire la suite…

 

NEWS_2015_BACK_REST TABU chair by eugeni Quitllet with Alias 2

Eugeni Quitllet and Alias present new Tabu version at 10/10 Moda exhibition in Paris until october 3rd. Tabu is a chair range started in 2014 “TABU” uses the most advanced technology available: that of NATURE, and another: that of man …the Robot. To synthesize nature in order to naturalize industry” says catalan designer.  Lire la suite…

 

Tuttifrutti_Sin_DavidRaffoul_10786

Selected by François Bernard and Moda team for 10/10 exhibition, Tutti Frutti is a collection by Fabrica of ten limited-edition glass sculptures made for displaying or serving fruit in a fascinating combination of the pure clarity of glass and the natural wholesomeness of fresh fruit. Elaborate three-dimensional compositions – which stand up by themselves or are made to be hung – in a perfect balance between the multicoloured verve of different fruits and the fragility of glass. Lire la suite…

 

OP-vase_byBilgeNurSaltik_pattern1

From tomorrow 3rd September to 3rd October, Moda presents 10/10, a wonderful exhibition, in the true sense of the term, designed with the French trendsetter François Bernard : 10 key contemporary design projects with their sights set on excellence to enchant visitors, attract curiosity, understand our era and celebrate 10 years of Moda for Paris Design Week. Lire la suite…

 

Square.White copy

Karakter just reintroduces multi-faceted and versatile Square system by Joe Colombo presented at Moda 10/10 exhibition during Paris Design Week from 3th to 12th september. Colombo (1930-1971) believed in democratic, functional design. Flexible and convertible furniture meant to be used in many different ways – all for the benefit of the user. Square is just that. Lire la suite…

 

TUBE chair by Eugeni quitllet for Mobles 114 foto 5

For the 10/10 anniversary exhibition presented by Moda InternationalEugeni Quitllet and Mobles 114 unveil a world preview of the Tube chair on Saturday 5th September. Through its weightlessness and tubular structure, the Catalan designer shakes up modern vocabulary to design a chair foreshadowed by Marcel Breuer and Mallet-Stevens. A seat that Eugeni Quitllet sums up as “the best example of the production of an idea.”  Lire la suite…

 

AwkwardLightok

Quirky and slightly off. Floor lamp with a quirky anatomy – deliberately proportioned with a somewhat nervous balance. The design derived from wanting to illuminate two areas in close proximity; two sides of a sofa or both an armchair and a desk. It was crucial to the design to keep all elements as delicate as physics could possibly allow. The long arms create a contradictory, almost nervous balance and the design language dictates a personality that can only be described as: Awkward. Lire la suite…

 

Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams founded Rich Brilliant Willing in New York, in 2007. Rich Brilliant Willing designs and manufactures LED fixtures for hospitality, workplace, and residential projects. Driven by technology, simplicity & creativity, the studio merges the industrial and the elegant, engineering warm, dimmable lighting solutions that are as beautiful as they are innovative. The results are intelligent and iconic, simple yet expressive. The inventory ranges from low-key staple pieces—minimalist wall-mounted sconces and ceiling fixtures—to arresting statement pieces that are as sculptural as they are functional. All RBW fixtures are UL listed, built in Brooklyn, and ready within 1 to 3 weeks. Custom pieces are available upon request.

Today, the RBW team includes a global distribution network of partners and a second location, “Suite 707,” a trade-dedicated showroom in Manhattan. The brand’s accolades include a place on Forbes’ 30 under 30 Art & Design list and the International Contemporary Furniture Fair’s Best New Designer Award. The studio has shown in Wallpaper’s Handmade exhibition and two editions of Salone del Mobile’s Euroluce. RBW has also been nominated for the nation’s highest design distinction, the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award.