• A Game of Optics with Bilge Nur Saltik

    In her series OP-jects, British based designer Bilge Nur Saltik gives everyday objects like table cloths and glassware an unexpected twist. Geometry and texture enhance the illusion and the decor will certainly give your dinner guests something to talk about. Featured Image:  OP-jects courtesy of Bilge Nur Saltik    

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • 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.   […]

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • LUXX Mirrors: Geometric Reflections

    Get lost in the sight of your own reflection. The LUXX mirrors from French designer Samuel Accoceberry are created from polished steel elements treated in gold, copper and night finishes and then assembled into a three-dimensional structure.  The limited edition mirrors play with scale and geometry, transforming a flat surface into a sculptural relief.    

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • Alejandro Cartagena: The Other Side of Prosperity

    Alejandro Cartagena waited patiently along the highways that bisect the economic classes of Mexico.  The series Car Poolers encapsulates a moment in time but reflects an ongoing dialogue of  a culture chasing dreams of prosperity and progress in the back of pickup trucks.         Car Poolers was shot in one of the highways […]

    Alejandro Cartagena No responses July 19, 2013