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Shiro's masterpiece "How High The Moon"
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Originally posted by saad@Jun 4th, 2004 - 9:05 pm
im not much into that whole ultra modern furniture and accessory thing.
im an antique freak!
it figures why my house is all maroon and silver and dark wood and bright yellow lights with selfdesign white fabrics.
Same here. I'm off to assemble some pictures of styles that I like.

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i love those light fixtures. my home is more classic/fussy furniture but i really love it . My kitchen is by Clive Christian, my closets by California Closets. but alot of my furniture is by Horchow & some Oscar de Larenta furniture & then anitques & flea market finds. I also have many things from travels to everywhere which gives a eclectic look. Im really in love with my home right now

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This is really similar to the style of chandelier that I recently got for my room.
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runner, I love those. "How High The Moon" and "Oba Q" are amazing.

 
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http://www.bulo.be/

those of you who are into belgian design might be interested in this belgian furniture and design company...they make mainly office furniture...but some belgian fashion designers have designed pieces for them...i believe the anne demeulemeester table is one of those pieces...

i used to have a very large table of theirs...but it left with the ex-boyfriend...
i kept the file cabinet...

i've seen the demeulemeester table in their showroom here...i was actually rather disappointed...


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I think Francois Azambourg's 'Vertigo' chandelier is amazing. The inspiration is definetly the jellyfish. It is constructed out of fibre optics. I'll try to post a photo.

I also love Yedidia Blonder's ingenious twist to the bookshelf, called 'Line'. It's made out of steel and the parts are wielded together. Definetly a minimalist aesthetic.

Lastly, this one from Johanna Grawunder at the Galleria Civica d'Arte Contemporanea in Italy.

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The latest spectacular installation is by Milanese architect , who has marked the building's ancient courtyard walls with 'fluorescent colour fields'. These large patchworks of colour glow serenely at night, while, during the day, they give a bright, contemporary twist to the crumbling building. 'At night, people think they are some kind of projection,' says Grawunder, 'but the "fields" are actually squares of fluorescent paint with a black light installed below them. The black light makes the paint's fluorescent molecules glow without illuminating anything else.'
The impressive effect is far from the harsh neon-like glare you might expect - in fact, Grawunder describes the radiance as 'soft and very sexy'. Indeed, so pleased is she with the ambient quality of light these 'colour fields' give, she is currently working with lighting manufacturer Flos to develop them for domestic use. 'You should be able to make the wall itself a lighting source,' Grawunder explains. 'That's if your neighbour allows it.'

Lamps could become a thing of the past if Grawunder gets her way. Who needs them when you've got glowing walls?
Galleria Civica d'Arte Contemporanea
Montevergini, Syracuse, Sicily,
tel: 39.0931 24902, www.montevergini.it
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Originally posted by faust@Jun 10th, 2004 - 10:13 am
Just ordered this lamp (last one in the Unites States in the small size) from Ligne Roset!

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh where did you get this. it rulessssssssssss

 
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beautiful walls, ignitioned


I'm reminded of another wall.
Hiroshi Senju's wall painting "warerfall"
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Perfect thread... will be doing a small alcove studio in NYC in the next few months ahead... I need built ins for clothes and all furniture/lighting. Good thread for inspiration!
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Originally posted by loserunit+Jun 14th, 2004 - 2:19 am--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (loserunit @ Jun 14th, 2004 - 2:19 am)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-faust@Jun 10th, 2004 - 10:13 am
Just ordered this lamp (last one in the Unites States in the small size) from Ligne Roset!

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh where did you get this. it rulessssssssssss [/b][/quote]
It's from a store called Ligne Roset (I'm pretty sure there is one in LA). They still have them in big size, if you are interested. Ligne Roset

 
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Originally posted by softgrey@Jun 14th, 2004 - 2:00 am
http://www.bulo.be/

those of you who are into belgian design might be interested in this belgian furniture and design company...they make mainly office furniture...but some belgian fashion designers have designed pieces for them...i believe the anne demeulemeester table is one of those pieces...

i used to have a very large table of theirs...but it left with the ex-boyfriend...
i kept the file cabinet...

i've seen the demeulemeester table in their showroom here...i was actually rather disappointed...

Oh, thanks for the link, softie! That answer's my question I emailed them about the table. I probably can't afford it, but it's interesting to see how much it's going for (i could probably make one myself, just buy an ikea table, canvas and staple gun ).

 
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Next step. I just preordered this suspension lamp for our hallway (the store is out of stock right now). It is gorgeous. Here is a detailed shot.


 
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Originally posted by faust+Jun 14th, 2004 - 10:30 am--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (faust @ Jun 14th, 2004 - 10:30 am)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-softgrey@Jun 14th, 2004 - 2:00 am
http://www.bulo.be/

those of you who are into belgian design might be interested in this belgian furniture and design company...they make mainly office furniture...but some belgian fashion designers have designed pieces for them...i believe the anne demeulemeester table is one of those pieces...

i used to have a very large table of theirs...but it left with the ex-boyfriend...
i kept the file cabinet...

i've seen the demeulemeester table in their showroom here...i was actually rather disappointed...

Oh, thanks for the link, softie! That answer's my question I emailed them about the table. I probably can't afford it, but it's interesting to see how much it's going for (i could probably make one myself, just buy an ikea table, canvas and staple gun ). [/b][/quote]
if you used nails instead of staples...you'd pretty much have the table...not exactly revolutionary...

i love the'ghost' lamp that runner posted...

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