It’s great to work with beautiful products and talented people. This week I had a lovely day in the studio with April and May doing an Easter shoot for MENU.
Get inspired and create your own stylish Easter!
styling: April and May
For the Aurum Alex de Witte once again played with the limitations and possibilities of glass. The addition of silver to coloured glass, blown in an organic shape, creates a spectacle of reflections. The reflected light under the golden surface is sent in all directions by the shape of the lamp.
COS and Nendo celebrating Europe’s largest furniture design fair with a specially commissioned installation and temporary concept store by Japanese design studio Nendo. Above some beautiful accessories of the Nendo Spring | Summer collection.
A collection of desktop storage boxes where the lid’s form is inspired by the lenses used in projectors. Designed by Thomas Jenkins for Wrong for Hay. The Lens Boxes come in glass, cork, solid marble and solid ash.
Take it slow
Enjoy your weekend!
My Life in Instagram | Wonderful Moments
The past few weeks were a bit hectic but filled with wonderful moments and great new projects
Spring treated us well with some beautiful sunny days and stunning clouds
Love dramatic Dutch skies!
Förstberg Arkitektur och Formgivning - FAF is a small architecture studio based in Malmö, Sweden. Aluminium ’House for mother’ is part of the Linköpingsbo 2017 housing exhibition. The house is divided into two parallel volumes slightly shifted from each other creating spaces in front and behind the building. The first volume contains the kitchen, dining room and living room. With the bathroom and laundry room housed in a smaller cabin within the structure. The second volume provides the bedrooms and a small studio. Facades and roof are covered with raw, corrugated aluminium. The interior is warm with exposed timber structure and plywood walls. Love the way the concrete floor transforms into a side bench.
Table IIN SITU 01 is the first in a series of furniture inspired by the temporary constructions found at building sites: formwork, scaffolding and make shift assemblages by left over material. All sharing the same esthetics of the raw and functional. The table is adjustable in height, thanks to the flooring formwork’s primary function as a telescopic support.
Saturday Love | Coisa
My first Coisa was the Original Denim, a very warm and comfortable wrap. The new collection of this Dutch brand is made of soft knits in natural tones. My favorite scarf is the Light Nutmeg knitted in cotton and pure linen. Perfect as an extra layer during changeable weather or a crisp evening.
Have a great weekend!
A photo on Instagram was the beginning of the What do bloggers collect? series on Eclectic Trends. A beautiful interior, styling and trend blog founded by Gudy. She asked me to share my collection for the March issue. It was difficult to make a choice out of all my collections. The Scandinavian home accessories, my old analog cameras, visual notebooks or maybe my photography and interior magazines.. I decided to share my current crushes, namely ceramics and pottery. The materials, structures and graphic details are very appealing to me. While traveling I always take a ceramic reminder with me to fill this small cabinet with memories.
Love the ‘What do bloggers collect’ series, it’s a great way to discover new bloggers and their crazy collecting habits!
This weekend when I was browsing the web I came across My Chair by Space Copenhagen. A very elegant and solid chair made of birch with a black leather seat and back. It’s history goes back more than 100 years and is the result of timeless Swedish craftmanship. I can imagine several chairs in a in a bright open space to create a nice contrast. I also love the sketch, which would be great as an art print on the wall..
Saturday Love | Ikea PS collection On the Move
Looking forward to see the poster series by Dutch design duo Scholten & Baijings. In stores from April 1st.