Monthly Archives: February 2016

  • The latest from Mobles 114...

    The latest from Mobles 114...

    With the aim of suiting people's lives in both contemporary spaces and also more stylish zones in special or classic locations, Forc by the Lagranja studio for Mobles 114 provides a practical, convenient oak coat stand. The arrangement of the wooden pegs, with their smooth shapes, means they can be used to hang all kinds of g...
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  • New World Style and Old World Charm: How to Cohesively Mix the Two

    New World Style and Old World Charm: How to Cohesively Mix the Two

    A lot of people look at an unfurnished space and find the idea of filling it with furniture and accessories quite daunting. Some people find it hard to envision exactly what they want in an interior, while others are overwhelmed by the opinions of others who share the space but don’t want to participate in the decoration of it. Some...
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  • FFF | Inside TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

    FFF | Inside TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

    TWA Terminal, New York City; by Eero Saarinen and Associates (1962). In 1962, New York City's TWA terminal at JFK Airport set the bar for futuristic urban design. Today, the tubular terminal  is abandoned, following TWA’s financial deterioration and eventual sale to American Airlines. Great Big Story  has unlocked its doors in th...
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  • FFF | Chocolatexture by Nendo

    FFF | Chocolatexture by Nendo

    Japanese design firm Nendo's latest chocolate creations are just as much (if not more) about what's on the outside than the inside. And we can't wait to get our hands on one. Divided into 12 faces each with a different texture, the 'chocolatexturebar' allows you to experience the different tasted created by distinctive textures. Spea...
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  • Eugeni Quitllet | M&O PARIS designer of the year 2016

    Eugeni Quitllet | M&O PARIS designer of the year 2016

    One of our favourite designers, Eugeni Quitllet was recently named Maison & Objet Paris Design of the Year. He readily describes himself as a ‘Disoñador,’ a Spanish contraction of designer and dreamer. His invented future is gravity-free, with incredible aesthetics summarised in a combination of digital precision and flowin...
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  • Minimalism: Why Less Can Be More

    Minimalism: Why Less Can Be More

    Minimalist individuals embrace living a life with less, and minimalist architecture and design is no exception. Spaces are stripped of anything non-essential, and only the fundamental necessities remain. Those who practice this lifestyle will appreciate the simple elegance of design that is stripped bare. House in Nagoya 01 by S...
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