Monthly Archives: June 2013

  • Sancal's Yellow Dot ...

    Sancal's Yellow Dot ...

    The excitement of a new Sancal collection is unfathomable.  The Spanish manufacturer in their latest collections have had a keen focus on form, shape, colour and the most notable above all else – fun. The promotional material provided by Sancal help us to market their product to a wider and welcoming Australian audience, and assure...
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  • FFF - Trochut'ing for the Stars ...

    FFF - Trochut'ing for the Stars ...

    Alex Trochut is a name synonymous with forging a bridge between fine art and graphic design.  His works into typography are pure testament to this.  With an impressive client list of Nike, The Rolling Stones, Nixon, British Airways, Coca-Cola (shown) and Adidas under his belt – the talented Spaniard could easily rest on his laurel...
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  • Don't fake it if you can't afford it ...

    Don't fake it if you can't afford it ...

    As true advocates for authentic design - this piece in SMH by our mate Stephen Lacey who edits Design Unplugged couldn't be more apt, or hilarious! A fabulous piece written in support of a truly important issue. Another working tirelessly on this issue is the Authentic Design Alliance of which KE-ZU is a named supporter.  Head over...
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  • The Marquis of Vondom ...

    The Marquis of Vondom ...

    Forever pushing the boundaries and creating exciting products born from materiality, form and shape, Spanish go-getters Vondom and Mariscal’s studio{hac} have dropped a new range to the world of  decoration and design with a new concept of outdoor carpet.  Inspired by the sizes of diamonds, Vondom and Estudio{hac} have a close loo...
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  • MMM - We Go To Rio! ...

    MMM - We Go To Rio! ...

    The Australians! Formerly disregarded as kangaroo riding hillbillies, residing in outback shacks in remote towns populated by Akubra wearing, large knife wielding croc hunters. Slowly and surely the stereotypes dropped off and we are being recognized as the world leaders that we are. Fighting this good fight for the cause at the min...
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  • FFF - A Genius called Wanda ...

    FFF - A Genius called Wanda ...

    A reason to stop in New York City virtually doesn’t exist.  In a city so hurried and full of purpose, it was a treat for our Mark and Caron to stumble across such a wonder.  The one that managed such a feat was an installation worthy of taking that all-important NYC minute to marvel at its sheer size and beauty, the Fantastico ins...
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  • Rashid-land ...

    Rashid-land ...

    Karim Rashid.  Enough said.  You can utilise the search engine in the top right this page to search for our specific thoughts on Karim, but loosely, we love his designs, we love his instantly recognizable flamboyant style and his latest project in Miami is no exception.  Nor is the incredible product available at KE-ZU designed by ...
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  • estudio{H}ac's Aesop adventure continues ...

    estudio{H}ac's Aesop adventure continues ...

    Back in April we brought you some fabulous Aesop stores from across the globe, particularly the news that Aesop was working with estudio{H}ac (JM Ferrero of estudio{H}ac pictured above) to create a new window display (see Blog post here).  We're now happy to present the making of video - see the beautiful installation below! Ferrero...
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  • Did you catch the Salone Bug? ...

    Did you catch the Salone Bug? ...

    It's been a little while since the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013 took place.  The illustrious event is the pinnacle of the furniture calendar each year and our Caron and Lidia happily jetted off to attend. Full of great product, interesting people and fun parties - Salone is never one to disappoint. Did you catch our annual Mi...
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  • Biophilia - Here to stay? ...

    Biophilia - Here to stay? ...

    The biophilia hypothesis suggests that there is an instinctive bond between human beings and other living systems. In his 1984 book and largely the running go-to when it comes to the subject, Edward O. Wilson introduced and popularized the hypothesis as "the urge to affiliate with other forms of life". As often is with architecture an...
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