Look out because you’re in for a real treat in this jam packed March edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight, presenting exciting submission, projects as well as some amazing new local products we must bring to your attention. In this month’s design news you can read about Bolon’s new ‘Silence’ flooring collection; Tuki handmade furniture collection by Tide Design; Oblica’s hot new catalogue; Barcelona concept store by Jaime Beriestain; WorldWeave’s latest rug collection; Bull & Bear Sydney Bar & Restaurant by Edge Design; Wire Collection by new Danish brand O&D; Country Road’s new HOME Autumn/ Winter 2014 range; The Art of Dinosaur Designs at Karen Woodbury Gallery; and BAUX modular sound absorbent tiles by Form Us With Love.
It’s a busy start on the design circuit with fairs & events raging left, right and centre. First there was IMM Cologne, Maison et Objet is literally just behind us, while Stockholm Furniture Fair is happening as we speak. But how to keep up with it all? Never fear, Yellowtrace is here! So let’s not beat around the bush – this post is dedicated to the best new gear unveiled at Maison&Objet design fair held in Paris, between 24th and 28th January 2014.
David Derksen’s Oscillation Plates are decorated under the swing of a pendulum, activated first by a human, then taken over by gravity.
01 | X-Federation Chair by Victor Vetterlein. 02 | Design, Art & Craft Objects by David Taylor. 03 | Tabeau Dressing Table by Nicole Brock [TV]. 04 | ‘Sense of Space’ // Asplund Furniture Collection for 2013. 05 | Fort Standard // Industrial Design Studio in New York. 06 | Furniture & Lighting by Atelier Biagetti, Milano. 07 | Italian Furniture Designer Pietro Russo. 08 | Atelier Areti Lighting. 09 | Thin Black Lines Revisited // Wardrobes & Clothes Racks.
What do a Storage Unit, a Basin and a Transistor Radio have in Common? I mean, isn’t it just so obvious? Of course, all of these fine product examples fully embrace one of the hottest and most enduring design trends – Thin Black Lines! Are you sick of me banging on about TBL already? Hope not, because I’m far off from being done with this puppy… and so is the rest of the design world it seems. Okay, let’s take a closer look…
Stockholm-based Scotsman David “Superdave” Taylor is a true contemporary artisan who incorporates elements of design, art and metal craft in his work. Taylor cleverly combines post-industrial waste with precious metal, DIY components and other materials, and creates unique and extraordinary objects such as candle holders, dishes, lamps and mirrors. In his recent body of work, Taylor created a series of candlesticks with human characteristic, with each piece bearing it’s own name…