• Fox and Freeze: Be Seated

    Belgian designers James Van Vossel and Tom De Vrieze of Fox and Freeze have developed an indoor lounge chair that is a real conversation starter. The FF1 is made of one square sheet of synthetic felt that has been twisted like an origami to create a form that is simultaneously symmetrical and asymmetrical.  Aside from the […]

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • Touching the Surface with Giles Miller Studio

    A tactile one-off installation made of tiny molded hairs, Miranda by Giles Miller Studio is a unique wall surface that adapts to the curious hand. London-based design practice, Giles Miller Studio, specializes in the development of truly innovative surface and interior design projects.      Featured image:  Miranda surface (detail), © Giles Miller Studio

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • Puzzling Plateau

    Designed with innovation and engineering in mind, RockPaperRobot (RPR) develops high-end kinetic furniture and lighting.  The tabletop illusion called the Float Table resembles a Rubik’s cube created from “magnitized” wooden cubes that levitate.  Held together by a system of tensile steel cables, the Float Table is a handmade work of art for the home or studio.   […]

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  • Graf von Faber Castell: Platinum Point

    Graf von Faber Castell realizes that pencils are not just for elementary school. The Perfect Pencil is platinum-plated with a built in sharpener and a retractable graphite point so that brilliant thought or inspired sketch gets onto the page in style.  

    A. Moret No responses July 12, 2013
  • Issue 02 Foreword

    Another jet takes off from the nearby runway and quickly disappears into the fading California sky.  The residual drone of the engine briefly rattles the walls of our office and its roar then fades into silence.  The sound that we once blamed for interrupting our creative rhythm is now part of our sonic vocabulary, a […]

    A. Moret No responses June 20, 2013
  • Tchmo: Mash Up

    Digital artist Tchmo calls the Internet his home.  A virtual destination the reveals the cyclical nature of his work as it is the primary site of his source material and the vehicle that connects him to an international marketplace. Installation Magazine: In our email correspondence you mentioned that you don’t often discuss your work.  Why is […]

    A. Moret No responses June 7, 2013