April 30, 2013

The Home of Lucy Fenton

Lucy is the owner of fenton&fenton, a unique store in Australia. The store carries an eclectic collection of home wares & lifestyle products. Beautiful, bright, bold, quirky, and filled with drama and style is how someone could describe Lucy Fenton's home


April 27, 2013


This lovely apartment is an example of harmonious comfort, cosiness and simplicity. Earthy warm color palette, natural textures and simple forms create a beautiful home-like atmosphere.

April 26, 2013


The Macalister Mansion in Georgetown, Penang in Malaysia, member of Design Hotels,  is a fine example of a contemporary and fresh boutique hotel where modern design meets British tradition in which further Chinese, Indian and native Malaysian influences provide for an idiosyncratic and urbane lifestyle destination that nods both to Penang's colonial past and to its flamboyant present.

April 24, 2013


...a selection of the best projects and installations from Milan Design Week 2013.

Scenography by Studio Job for Lensvelt inside the 18th century Sala Cenacolo at Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) 

SECRETARIA office cabinet by Nika Zupanc.

''Are you pulling my nose..?!?'' visual communication of the Job Office Desk by Studio Job for Lensvelt.

The Full Moon lamp from Collection III by Nika Zupanc for .

Coccola side table by Luca Nichetto for David Design.

Chest of suitcases' by Maarten de Ceulaer for Nilufar.

Ro™ armchair by Jaime Hayon for Fritz Hansen.

45°/vetrina cabinet by Ron Gilad for Molteni.

Tria Wood Chair with printed seat by Milan based studio Lorenz * Kaz for Colé.

Ecstasy by Attico Design Studio Inspired By The Catholic Eucharistic Host, part of the FOODMADE exhibition on Via Oslavia 3, Ventura Lambrate.

Le bureau de Paolo teak table, limited edition of 8 pieces by Sam Baron for Secondom

A new tableware collection by Seletti in collaboration with  Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, the founders of TOILETPAPER magazine.

Carattere tipografico,  a kitchen ‘body type’ made from single piece of marble for measuring correct amount of spaghetti. Designed by Studio Lievito.

ROLLWARE: Edible Dishware by Joanne Choueiri, Giulia Cosenza, Povilas Raskevicius (students from the Masters of Interior Architecture & Retail Design (MIARD) Programme of The Piet Zwart Institute). The project was part of the ALTERED APPLIANCES' exhibition.

The wonderland à la Lewis Carroll of Ferruccio Laviani, crowded by Unopiù outdoor ''creatures'' in the garden of Triennale di Milano.