Home of the French fashion designer Vanessa Bruno , Can you smell the lovely Spring feeling in every picture. I like the soft pastel shades , pastels are great to get your home into Spring mood.via Ecletic Interior
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Hot off the press – New exciting wallpaper collection, Wall Street consists of forty two sku’s featuring a wide variety of wall coverings in a mainly natural pallet.new exciting wallpaper collection,
Wallstreet – Amorim Stone
The designs range from modern damasks with a lustrous sheen to those with dull, textured, stonewashed finishes.
Wallstreet – Near sighted
Stripes, newsprint and paint effect wood panels complete the story and offers something for everyone. Wall Street is a locally stocked, well-priced collection.
Wallstreet – Near sighted
Wall Street is available at Hertex Fabrics, a leading South African supplier of fabrics to the furnishing and design industry. Please contact your nearest showroom or dedicated sales consultant for more information. Visit www.hertex.co.za
Wallstreet – Amorim – Greystoke.
Exquisite Handcrafted Furniture, Lighting & Mirrors – with an eco and social conscience.
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‘Chairs without Legs’ guest exhibition at the Bauhaus Archive Berlin; photo by Rainer Viertlböck.
Originally developed in tubular steel by a Dutch architect and furniture designer Mart Stam in the 1920s, soon after its invention cantilever chair has found itself the centre of attention, inspiration and reinterpretation among some of the most prominent Bauhaus figures such as Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Later, in 1960s, Verner Panton has popularised the form by creating the now-iconic, curvilinear ‘Panton’ chair which, at the time, was the first cantilevered chair made from a single piece of plastic. Since then, the ‘chair without legs’ has been revisited and refashioned innumerable amount of times by designers from across the globe. Now, to celebrate the history and undeniable adaptability of cantilever chair, Munich’s International Design Museum has organised a special guest exhibition which opened earlier last week (21 March) at the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin.
Showcasing some 25 models by modern and contemporary designers such as Alexander Begge, Marcel Breuer, Henrik Frederiksen, Frank O. Gehry, Konstantin Grcic, Jindrich Halabala, Stefan Heiliger, Poul Henningsen, Rudolf Horn, Antonin Kybal, Cesare Leonardi, Ross Lovegrove, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Verner Panton, Bernard Rancillac, Mart Stam, and Ladislav Zak, Chairs without legs ’offers an impression of the ways in which chairs without legs have developed since their beginnings, through the use of high‐technology production methods and new types of material.’
Find out more and visit http://www.dailytonic.com/chairs-without-legs-guest-exhibition-at-the-bauhaus-archive-berlin/