What makes a handle great? The classical DOOR HANDLE N. 1020, designed by Johannes Potente for Franz Schneider Brakel, has the perfect grip. Potente has worked for the FSB for his entire carrier from 1922 until 1972, continuously producing new objects of design for this company, a work he continued even after his retirement in the pension until his death.
HANG IT ALL was made of varnished wire and colored wooden balls, created to help kids get organized with their clothes, and make them find a place for every item they have: coat, scarves, and gloves, but also for roller skates and other playground games. These colorful wooden balls float in different directions and different heights typically to an infant environment.
As soon as she arrived in Paris, the Irish designer Eileen Gray draws her interest in the pure geometry forms of Holland movement called “De Stijl.” She designed for herself a modernistic house, right on the Mediterranean coast, at Roquebrune, and called it “E-1027”. For this house, she created several furniture pieces, among which was the armchair TRANSAT.
The Lamp ARCO was created as a home version of the streetlamp: a long telescopic arm made of satin steel holds a lampshade suspended at more than 2 meters from the solid base in marble Carrara, creating under an ample space to position a table and chairs. The flexible reflector is adjustable in high, and it is made of molded aluminum, polished, and zapped. Since the entire construction weighs over 45 kg (99 pounds), its inventors thoughtfully predicted to make a hole in the marble base where you could insert a handle and by so easily lift and move.
Brown and caramel are a sweet duo for a relaxed living room in a country house. The brown chocolate and cream are the perfect contrast to the warmed wood floor and just right to keep that fresh modern flooring in a rustic style.
The light blue gives a touch of freshness to this warm autumn interior
Enlighten spicy browns and sumptuous terracotta interiors by adding some tones and shades of emerald greens and light blue. This gracious complementary color scheme is the perfect choice for a living room or a bedroom.
A simple combination of whites and blues for a Scandinavian vibe!
There’s something magic in a fresh combination of white and blue. Oppose classical squares next to some modern curtains with a botanical print, then add a pinch of warmth in pink sand on pillows here and there. The blues and the whites in dull colors would be a perfect upholstery to maintain a simple and welcoming environment.