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Archive for November, 2011

Flama Lamp by Martí Guixé for Danese - Featured Image

Flama Lamp by Martí Guixé for Danese

Catalan designer Martí Guixé designed this Flama Lamp for the upcoming holiday season for Italian company Danese. The lamp is made with a candleholder base with a magnet at the bottom that supports the LED body that is adjustable and even reversible. With this flexibility, there are many ways to make the light work for…

Moroso Traveling Show - Featured Image

Moroso Traveling Show Launches in New York

Italian furniture company Moroso opened a mobile showroom in New York, showcasing products from past to present. Moroso commissioned Rockwell Group, known for projects in hospitality, retail, product and set design, to put together this traveling show. Rockwell Group’s concept for the traveling show adopts some of the materials and techniques used to craft Moroso…

Wallpaper Magazine Editor of the Year BSME 2011 - Featured Image

Wallpaper* Magazine Wins Editorial Award

Wallpaper* Magazine won the Editor of the Year Award in the Lifestyle Magazine category at the annual British Society of Magazine Editors Awards last week. This award is the fourth won by the magazine over the last four years. The other three awards are as follows: 2010 Innovation/Brand Building Initiative of the Year: Wallpaper*, Handmade…

UP Wristband by Jawbone with MotionX Technology - Featured Image

UP Wristband by Jawbone with MotionX Technology

Jawbone announced UP, a wristband that tracks your movement (steps, distance, calories burned, pace, intensity level and active vs inactive time ) and sleep (hours slept, time to fall asleep, light vs. deep sleep and sleep quality). You can view your daily and weekly progress via the UP App on your Apple device (iPhone, iPod…

Tokujin's Water Block at the Musée d'Orsay, Paris - Featured Image

Tokujin Yoshioka’s “Water Block” at the Musée d’Orsay, Paris

The Musée d’Orsay, Paris, the museum best known for its extensive collection of the Impressionist paintings, recently reopened the Impressionist Gallery on October 20. Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka/a> participated in the renovation by including his glass bench “Water Block” in the gallery. The bench’s transparent, dynamic shape looks as if it was sculptured from a…