Inspiring forms

Posted: 13. May 2010 in Design
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I love being ‘spammed’ by tweets from bonluxat! They feature an amazing number of new, often extra-ordinary design projects that I cannot but share with you.

This  great cabinet is a surprising mixture of arts and crafts, hieroglyphic language, contemporary graphics and fantasy – all in one, designed by Antoine Audiau and Manuel Warosz, a couple of extraordinary Parisian graphic artists who sign their works as Antoine + Manuel.

Somehow the next picture that I want to share with you is also in white colour but does certainly not make this piece of furniture less interesting.

Maison Martin Margiela’s aesthetic expression, called the Groupe sofa originates from the creative assembly of found objects: chairs, armchairs and couches of different periods and styles, draped with and united by a white linen cover, cut and stitched as to reveal the forms underneath while hiding materials and colours.

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