Expanding color to object relationships

Emmanuelle Moureaux, a French architect and artist, moved to Tokyo 20 years ago and pulled her inspiration for ‘100 Colors’ from the streets of Tokyo and the layers of colors that make up the city. The 100 Colors Lab is her installation series that divides space using everyday objects in a bright range of hues. By saturating […]

Dutch Redux

Where else but from a design firm in the Netherlands would you find a sparse stool imprinted with images taken from paintings of the dutch masters.  Uncommon materials and uncommon yet simple methods of production inform the work of Piet Hein Eek.   This stool is an example of that ethos, one that we are immediately […]

Architecture: Cabins

The Swedish firm Tham & Videgard Arkitekter have brought a new twist to a growing family’s rustic retreat in Stockholm. The house has a wide open floor plan and it’s vertical shape allows for plenty of light. All construction and finishes are made out of wood. We especially love the floors that run throughout. The […]