ventura lambrate is a new creative district in milan, showing innovative design during the salone del mobile from 14 until 19 april 2010.
this revitalized industrial area became a new location for exhibitions, established designers, creative labels, emerging talents and exciting presentations. the focus of this year is on original presentation and creative content.
photos above spotted at stylepark
1. ten small atlases, “pulp” collection by jo meesters the “pulp” collection is the result of a research on new applications for paper waste by adding water resistant properties
2. “the questions” by design academy Eindhoven,
minimal dress designed by digna kosse
photo by lisa klappe
3. “the questions” by design academy Eindhoven,
bath cupboard by anna van der lei
photo Rene van der Hulst
4. ten small atlases, “Moulding tradition” by studio formafantasma, talks about the illegal immigration in Sicily
5. made in arnhem, conceptstore by artez
6. “Cross Table” by Geke Lensink & Jesse Visser
7. “Total Table Design” by Kiki van Eijk
8. “Total Table Design” by Scholten&Baijings
Opening & press event:
Wednesday 14 April, 10:00 – 23:00
Thursday 15 April – Saturday 17 April, 10:00 – 20:00
Sunday 18 April, 10:00 – 17:00
for location and further information click here
yi spa studio
a new asian massage art and smart spa studio. europe´s first yi-spa-studio designed by plajer & franz studio opened its doors at the heart of berlin between the hackescher markt quarter and the historical museumsinsel. the main objective of alexander plajer and werner franz was to design “yi” as a refuge for body, mind and spirit, in other words an oasis for modern and smooth revitalization.
design by plajer & franz studio
photos by diephotodesigner.de
Stairs and steps…
…are an integral and important part of the formal language of architecture worldwide.
the function of stairs is not only a building component, it also represents an important design element.
in this way stairs were often used as a representative motiv.
we like steps!
often streetart is not only a expression of artistic creativity, it`s also a form of protest.
the most of time the results are beautiful works of art and makes a city much more coloured and individual.
the artists use different materials to built their artwork
much of the artworks remain anonymous because in a lot of cases the artists use illegal spaces.
so take some time and let you inspire by the big artists around you…
pictures by manuela knobel also a designer of contemporary jewelery made in berlin, weburbanist, atypyk, designspotter and spy org.
neon signs are luminous-tube signs that contain neon or other inert gases
at a low pressure. applying a high voltage (usually a few thousand volts)
makes the gas glow brightly. they are produced by the craft of bending
glass tubing into shapes. a worker skilled in this craft is known as a glass bender,
neon or tube bender.
neon sign tubes are distinguished from neon lamp bulbs by their length,
customized shapes, higher operating voltages, and range of colors.
neon sign is a popular material. artist, designer and architects use it to set light accents
or to play with the space and light.
you can find neon in all colours and forms…ready to use for every artistic fantasy…