R. Bernier L'Atelier

More silhouettes for you, folks! :) It's R. Bernier L'Atelier, a french company who has wonderful silhouettes on cushions, tables, table cloths, lamp shades, wall stickers, more stickers, etc..

My definite favorites must be all the stickers!! I just can't get over them! :)

Ineke Hans

Here's one great product designer, Ineke Hans from The Netherlands. Graduated from the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Arnhem (NL) in 1991 and the Royal College of Art in London in 1995, she worked for Habitat UK for three years before moving on to her own studio in 1998.

From furniture to interior products to her projects, you will find your own favorites there. She has too many amazing creations, like the laser-cut Forest for the Trees coat stand, 3d shape polyurethane carpet, Cinderella double sided table cloth, the laser-cut MDF Black Magic chair, and more. Check out her schoolyard project for Willem II College. I wish my school had this. ;-)

Coat Peg by BIG GAME

BIG GAME is a group of 4 product designers, Elric Petit, Augustin Scott de Martinville, Gregoire Jeanmonod, Adrien Rovero, based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Well, you all know that I have a thing with silhouettes, and this powder-coated-steel coat peg reminds me of an image made by using adobe illustrator with its drop shadow effect. But of course, this one hangs your clothes, for real.

Sawaya & Moroni

Founded in 1984 by William Sawaya and Paolo Moroni, the Milano-based company produces contemporary furniture and accessories. My top favorites are their Baschenis sideboard by Tim Watson, Mahua Huni candelabra by Ingrid Goessner, and you can't miss their Barock & Roll collection, which gives a fresh edge to the baroque style.

Hagemann, Germany

First created for educational tool in 1929, Haageman prints had become popular wall decorations. Hagemann was founded by three men; a doctor, an artist and a teacher, who saw the need for quality educational charts. Since text was never printed on the charts, the prints are recognized as object of art as well. These beautiful botanical prints are available for purchase at PHD Wall, USA.

Susan Bradley

Known for her award winning Outdoor Wallpaper, Susan Bradley developed a new range of tables and shelves called Creep. Aim to bring the creeping nature of plants indoors, these lovely products are available in scarlett, black gloss, white or gold powder-coated steel. Check out the rest of her wonderful creations here.

Susan will launch her new work in the coming Salone Satellite Milan Furniture Fair, April 5-10, 2006. Have a visit, if you're in Milan, that is. ;-)


Next week is Natassja's term break, so we all be away visiting relatives back home, yay! But sadly, I won't be blogging from there. ;) I'll see you all in a week's time. Meanwhile, please take care and happy browsing!

Rachel Kelly

I've been a fan of Rachel Kelly since her interactive wallpaper was featured in Elle Decoration UK last year. Her stickers are on top of my wish list! This season, Habitat has just launched another wonderful creation designed by Rachel Kelly, called Nancy tableware collection. Check out her other works here.

Rachel Kelly is currently having an exhibition at the Creative 8 project, organized by Clerkenwell Green Association, from March 8 - April 1, 2006, Wednesday - Saturday, 12-6pm. She exhibits her new collection of wallpapers created with innovative materials using cutting-edge design processes. Oh, I just can't wait to see it on the magazines.

GreenGate Copenhagen

GreenGate is a Denmark based company offering moments worth sharing goodness. They aim to bring warmth and life back to places, objects, and moments long forgotten through their products. You could find their pretty items through their worldwide stockists here.

I have too much love for these, but too little space... *sigh*.. I wish I could just collect them all...

Studio Ditte

Studio Ditte is a young Dutch design agency, specialized in concept development and product design. Other than producing design works for clients, they offer their own product collection. My top favorite is their Garden Carpet. This would be my definite carpet for ourdoors! It's made of rubber, engraved with Chinese pattern of birds and flowers using water jet cutting.

Hmmm, what if they come in colors, heh? :) but, that wouldn't be a good idea to leave it outside, would it?

Asylum Collection

A collaboration of two Dutch designers, Bo Reudler and Seroj de Graaf, Asylum Collection will be launched at the TuttoBeNe exhibition in Milan during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, April 5 - 10, 2006. Although the complete catalog is not available online, you could drop them an email and request for more product images. Watch out for their lightings and furniture collections, they are awesome. Well, for a start, this table won my vote.

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum

I'm not really a museum goer, but hey, with a museum like this, I could stuck there for hours. Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York is surely one museum I would visit. Permanent collections include Hella Jongerius' series of 10 Sampler Blankets (pic shown here is Sampler #2), Wallcoverings by Arthur and Robert, and more. You could view the collections online at their eMuseum:
For fashionistas, don't miss their Fashion in Colors exhibition till March 26, 2006.

Sweet WallCandy!

If you haven't seen this yet, you have to check out this sweeeeeeet wall stickers. WallCandy Arts was featured on O At Home, an Oprah Magazine, last winter for their Dottilicious wall stickers. And this season, they have one new design, Candy Factory. With all the happy colors, I wish they were available here. Perfect for my Natassja's room! :)


Known for its bold, bright, and striking high fashion, you could find the similarities on its home collections. Check out ETRO's Art Gallery, Collecting and Color sections on their site. They are fun to see.

Wallpaper Lamps

I always have a room for quirky lamps like these. Designed by Ines Guerra and Vitor Paiva for bleach design, a Portugal-based company, the goal is to undertake visually the silhouettes inserted in the pattern. Hmmm..., can you guess where the bulb is? ;-)

Thank you, Anabel!

thank you, anabel!
Originally uploaded by imedagoze.
Anabel showed me a heart magnet project by ljc on her blog last week. So, I gave it a try, but I used a safety pin instead of a magnet.

Here's a heart for all of you. Thanks to Anabel. :)


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