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Furniture Design

Mesas Andamios. Pide la tuya!

Como muchos ya sabéis, me he vuelto a instalar en Madrid definitivamente hace pocos meses después de dos años en Nueva York. Este "alto en el camino", además de otras muchísimas cosas positivas, me ha permitido hacer otras que una vez te metes en la rutina

Inspiring Upholstery

Today I want to share with you some examples of inspiring uphostery. The use of vintage fabrics, suzannis, kilims rugs, pattern and color combinations or the raw upholstery can make the difference in your room. I hope you like it!

Farming in the city

One of the smartest designs I have seen in a long time! Studio Segers offers you the possibility to grow your own organic vegetables and, best of all, enjoy fresh and diary eggs, from your rooftop or terrace! Amazing!

Upcycled RETRO furniture

Retro style begins in the 50's and covers the three following decades (60's, 70's and 80's). The furniture from the beginning of the 50's is known for its austerity, its lack of ornaments and straight lines. It's very interesting how the "modern life style" needs are

The Versatile Tolix

Hi, all! It’s Mari here from Arcadian Home blog, a fantastic place to find interior design inspiration including great decorating ideas for everything from beautiful mini pendant lights to colorful home accessories. It’s great to be with you at Blogging From New York to share

The Peacock Chair

Until I came to live in NY, I always knew this piece as "Julio Iglesia's chair". I just checked and it makes sense because he posed sitting on it for one of his albums from the 70's when both, the singer and the chair, were

JOSEF FRANK and his legacy to Interior Design

(1885, Baden bei Wien. Austria - 1967, Stockholm) His background in architecture and his interest in painting led him to create a new way of understanting modernism. He gave special importance to confort, color and patterns. He designed spaces, furniture, objects and fabrics with a very artistic

Balanced design. Michael Anastassiades

Since a while ago I have been amazed with the pieces of the designer Michael Anastassiades. The purity of the forms and the perfcet finish in the materials give the designs the quality of a pice of art. I hope you like this selection!

Ib Kofod-Larsen Furniture Design

Furniture desginer Ib Kofod-Larsen's furniture from the 1950's and 60's are today more desirable than ever before. Danish Kofod-Larsen designed storage and seating for the Swedish market in the 60's but did not really reach any commercial success. Maybe his organic design was to extreme

Ilmari Tapiovaara, Life and Works

Ilmari Tapiovaara was taught by many mid-century style masters, Alvar Aalto in particular where he worked at Artek’s London office in 1935, then Le Corbusier in Paris in 1937 and finally Mies van der Rohe in Chicago in 1953. Mademoiselle Chair. 1956 Pirkka stools designed by Ilmari