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A design és a kézművesség találkozása: Losanges perzsaszőnyeg Bouroullec módra

Posted in Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2011. január 18. kedd

Ronan és Erwan Bouroullec, francia designerek álmodták meg ezt a különleges perzsaszőnyeget. A “Losanges” névre keresztelt szőnyeg-kollekció, a spanyol Nanimarquina-nak készült, és január végén a párizsi Maison & Objet-en mutatják majd be. Az egyedi mintázaton – tizenhárom színben pompázó rombuszok – kívül még az is különleges a textíliában, hogy az ősi kilim technikával szőtték őket, Észak-Pakisztánban. (more…)

Occidorient carpet by François Mangeol

Posted in Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2009. május 22. péntek

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Occidorient is a carpet. It conceals an essential function of representation. It tries to cross two different, oriental and western cultures, using representative codes and try to offer, a second reading and an update of a know-how.
Historically, the Persian carpet deals with divine. It always filled in East a double function, practical and symbolic. So it is built as a work of architecture, representing a plan. It establishes a magic space including the sphere of the universe. The size(format) ” kelleghi ” or ” kelley ” is very close of 16/9 of our cinema and tv screens, this screen where we design our world.

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Wooden Carpet by Elisa Stroyzk

Posted in 01. Design, Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2009. május 7. csütörtök

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German design student Elisa Stroyzk has created a rug made of wood-veneer offcuts. The geometric pieces are laser-cut or cut by hand then bonded to a textile backing. Stroyzk is currently studying at Central Saint Martins college of art and design in London.

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Clouds – a new tipology by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec from Kvadrat

Posted in 01. Design, 15. Videó, Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2009. március 27. péntek

The ground-breaking textile company Kvadrat is now introducing yet another new design that revolutionises the use of textiles. Clouds is not about furniture or curtains. It is an innovation in interior design: a new typology developed by the brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

Bouroullec Clouds for Kvadrat

Posted in 01. Design, Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2009. március 6. péntek

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In collaboration with Kvadrat, internationally acclaimed designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created Clouds, an innovative, interlocking fabric tile concept for the home. Clouds can be used as an installation and be hung from a wall or ceiling. Clouds evolves as you add elements to it, producing a unique three-dimensional effect. Inspired by the inviting irregularity of the surface, you construct your own piece and make your vision reality. Self-expression lies at the heart of the appeal of Clouds.

Via & more: Kvadrat

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New Marimekko Spring Line

Posted in Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2009. február 21. szombat

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The famed Finnish textile brand Marimekko, renowned for simple, bright prints (and owing their original popularity in the US to Jackie Kennedy’s Marimekko shift dresses in the 60’s) has released their new spring collection, a nod to Finland’s rich history.

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The passion for designing rugs

Posted in 07. Zöld, Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2009. február 18. szerda

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The development of nanimarquina has been based on a very clear idea: the passion for designing rugs. A simple principle, a transparent assertion of intentions that becomes reality by combining values such as observation, innovative effort, enthusiasm and the ability to carry craft traditions through to the 21st century. During the Maison & Objet exhibition nanimarquina launched  their 2009 rug collection.

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Pelle, Mikkel and Gulspira by Hello Jungerius for IKEA

Posted in 01. Design, 07. Zöld, Faldekoráció, Kiegészítők, Lakástextil by Hellodesign on 2009. február 9. hétfő

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Hella Jongerius created wall hangings for the IKEAUnicef program, which helps women in India to start up small sewing businesses and enables their children to go to school. Sources of inspiration are the animals that feature in Swedish fairy tales. In the production process small scale craft production in India is combined with large scale industrial production by Ikea, while the images refer to the local roots of this global company. 
The result consists of textiles of which not only Ikea and Jongerius will benefit, but also the craftswomen who left their traces in the making

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