Last weekend we made a short Citytrip to Stockholm and it was wonderful! Four sunny days with my sister!
I've collected some tipps for you:
1 Dusty Deco : Prop Shop ( please, we NEED a similar shop in Switzerland! )
2 Fotografiska : Museet ( the view in the coffeeshop is an eyecatcher)
3 VOLT : Restaurant ( inspired by nordic gourmet cuisine in a relaxing mood, we had birch gelati ?!..)
4 Talentshop : Gallery ( curated independant prints & illustrations )
5 BYREDO : Perfum ( Stockholm based fragrance house, founded by Ben Gorham, go to the Mäster Samuelsgatan 10)
Thanks a lot Pippin!
Made me look! The same room, the same sofa and 3 really different moods! Thanks to Line Klein! (my favorite is number one!)
The personal blog from French stylist Aurélie Lécuyer, better known as ledansla, is a daily treasure for me. Photographer Melanie Rodriguez did a great job for The socialite Family a new family related interior blog, with a mood report in the creative oasis of Aurélie. More here! Merci beaucoup for this special!
Last week I got a present, a Swiss Panorama Knife. I'm in love with this charming knife collection of a family company based in Ermatingen Switzerland. (btw. this is NOT a sponsored post...)
After a long break I'm back.
Everything seemed to be too much for me at the moment, I noticed how my life started to get too heavy. Family, several difficult projects and jobs, my studio, etc. I needed more time for everyday life and myself. So I decided to cancel some sideprojects, less mini jobs and this suuuperdeadlines and more freetime weekends for my family and friends. And it's really good!! Luckily for me!
via zera (btw: yes, I meant a house like this!!)
Have a nice weekend!
Little everyday treasures..
.1 Oliver Jeffers artist and children book author, my new fave!
.2 nuts bracelet via finelittelday shop
.3 spring scarf gift via BFF
.5 piano element fits perfect in my collection of inspiring things, found in the city
Colour is the result of a collaboration between the designers Andreas Engesvik and Daniel Rybakken. Colour is a lamp concept involving colour, light and cathegory investigations. Colour is a free standing, fully adjustable structure that allows us to compose light using diffusors in various colours. Great, let's PLAY!
Yes please, I'll take them all!
Starting from a simple geometrical shape, this truncated conical mirror allows different positions for different kind of functions. Fixing on wall, the mirror is a sort of megaphone that makes the wall scream for reflection. Hence the name EDVARD, after the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, the man behind the painting ‘The Scream’.
I'm really in love with the idea of the Good Night Lamp founder Alexandra Deschamps - Sonsino:
She would like to think that people can share parts of their lives with their families & loved ones in more subtle ways with the flick of a switch, like a physical social network. The Good Night Lamp is a family of internet-connected lamps. Turn the Big Lamp on and the Little Lamps turn on wherever they are.
So please support this Kickstarter campaign, I think this an amazing project!
Designed for the Dutch exhibition 'Conflict' the divider from Mieke Meijer deals with defined spaces using the own construction.
Cutting, gluing, filling and observing the animals: Through the use of simple hand tools, this worktop breaks down the production process of animal toys manufactured from expanded foam. A concept by the young designers Eleonora Castellarin and Moises Hernandez. A big YES PLEASE for more concepts like this!
Superinteresting concept of unique objects (stool please!), made by young designer Yael Tandler. This is concrete, yes! Thank you Einat for the link!
Nice, yes please!
Thoughtful project by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen. In her own words: 365 is stitching the time as it passes by. It is knitting 24 hours a day and one year at the time, showing the physical representation of time as a creative and tangible force. After 365 days the clock has turned the passed year into a 2-m long scarf. Now the past can be carried out in the future and the upcoming year is hiding in a new spool of thread, still unknitted.