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Trend report M A I S O N & O B J E T Paris September 2015

29 augustus 2015

 Trend report

M A I S O N & O B J E T

Paris September 2015

 

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Maison Et Objet Sept 2015 Trend report

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Milan Design week 2015 | Textile | Ventura Lambrate | Ellinor Ericsson

21 mei 2015

Milan Design week 2015

Textile | Ventura Lambrate

Ellinor Ericsson

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Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More
During the Milan Design week the Dutch based Ventura Projects create a very inspiring spot in the Milan Lambrate area: Ventura Lambrate.  Their vision is to:
  • emerging trends and talents
  • debuting and established creatives
  • show top quality and innovative design labels
  • and new processes and production methods conceptual and niche projects

 

This year the Ventura Lambrate was, again, a very interesting and inspiring event that you really don’t want to miss. I share some of my favourites here on my blog, starting with Ellinor Ericsson.

When I entered the space where the graduation students of The Royal Danish Academy of fine Arts were showcasing their work, my eye immediately was caught by the work of Ellinor Ericsson. Since my background is in fashion, I have a huge love for textile. The work of Ellinor consists of mainly textile pieces. The work is called IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST. She has a beautiful vision of living in an urban environment and wish I can have one of her pieces myself one day…
Enjoy!
More info by  Ellinor Ericsson.

IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Furniture is a part of our way of living and shows our behaviour, we furnish our lives with them and live in between them.
“BUT WHAT IS OUR NATURAL BEHAVIOUR?”In a digital world where contrasts speak up between the industry and craft, the urban city and the country, I wanted to experiment with the haptic experience to be in a furniture and an environment.
A textile environment, as in nature where it is not predetermined how to act or sit. An environment, which changes, grows and adapts to you depending on your actions.
“In Our Nature” is inspired by the free way we act in nature and the changed way we began to act with furniture as the technology became mobile. Today we take our laptop from our office space and work from home in our bed or lying on our couch.
The space between private life and work has been erased and as we are both working from the office chair and the bed we need a new way of using furniture.
I have created a furniture space were you can interact with different textile structures and objects to create different settings for your everyday life and activities.
The different textiles stimulate your senses, through the structure, material and the heavy weight. The heavy weight in the textiles has a psychological effect as it slows you down and make you feel grounded with a heavy blanket on top of you, or carrying the table.
The furniture is a square furniture space as I deleted the couch table and invite you to cuddle up with the textile objects and the tray table. The construction is in oak wood, with a braided seat in cotton. The Textile collection consists of; Three different blankets in wool and cotton, one wool carpet, five pillows, a wool lamp and a textile/oak table.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More
Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

Milan Design week 2015 | Ventura Lambrate
Ellinor Ericsson IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.
Photo by C-More

 

 

Milan Design week 2015 

Textile | Ventura Lambrate 

Ellinor Ericsson

 

Tijdens de Milaan Design week creëren de Nederlandse Ventura Projects keer op keer een zeer inspirerende plek in de Milaneese wijk Lambrate : Ventura Lambrate

Hun roeping is om een kans te geven aan:

  • opkomende trends en talenten
  • debuterende en gevestigde creatieven
  • laten zien top kwaliteit en innovatief design labels
  • en nieuwe processen en productiemethoden conceptuele en niche-projecten

Dit jaar was Ventura Lambrate weer een zeer interessant en inspirerend evenement dat je echt niet wilt missen. Ik deel een aantal van mijn favorieten hier op mijn blog, te beginnen met Ellinor Ericsson.

Toen ik de ruimte waar de afstudeerende studenten van de The Royal Danish Academy of fine Arts [Koninklijke Deense Academie voor Schone Kunsten ] hun werk presenteerden binnen liep, werd mijn blik gelijk getrokken door het werk van Ellinor Ericsson. Omdat mijn achtergrond in de mode is,  heb ik een enorme liefde voor textiel. Het werk van Ellinor bestaat voornamelijk uit textiele stukken.  Het heet IN OUR NATURE – A TEXTILE FURNITURE FOREST.  Zij heeft een prachtige visie op het leven in een stedelijke omgeving en ik hoop ooit een van haar stukken zelf te mogen hebben …..

Meer info: Ellinor Ericsson.

 

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Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller | Lines grids and blocks | Milan Design week

24 april 2015

Scholten & Baijings 

for Maharam and Herman Miller 

Lines grids and blocks

On my way out of Milan after the Design Week
I stumbled upon this presentation of the new textile dessins by the Dutch design duo 
Scholten & Baijings.
I’m glad I spotted this on the last minute…
The new dessins “lines grids and blocks” transform select furniture
pieces from the Herman Miller Collection like the Wireframe Sofa by
Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, Brabo Club Chair by Vincent Van Duysen,
Tuxedo Bench by BassamFellows, and a selection of classic Ward Bennett seating.
The textiles have a 838cm long repeats that allow unique characteristics to emerge with each application.
You can recognise the designers handwriting and use of color immediately.

More info:  Herman Miller

More inspiration from Scholten & Baijings on my blog?

The London Design week | Scholten & Baijings 
in het Victoria en Albert Museum

 Scholten & Bajings Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch NL 

Enjoy!!
Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
Photo Herman Miller 
Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
by C-More 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
by C-More 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
by C-More 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
by C-More 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
by C-More 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
by C-More 

Scholten & Baijings for Maharam and Herman Miller
Lines grids and blocks
presentation Milan design week 2015 Salone Del Mobile
by C-More 

Scholten & Baijings 

voor Maharam en Herman Miller 

Lijnen rasters en blokken


Op mijn weg naar huis vanuit Milaan, na de Design Week, 
liep ik ” last minute” tegen deze presentatie van 
nieuwe textiel dessins van het Nederlandse ontwerp duo
Scholten & Baijings aan.
Ik ben blij dat ik deze op het laatste moment nog tegen kwam…


De nieuwe dessins “lijnen rasters en blokken” transformeren een selectie meubel
stukken uit de Herman Miller Collection zoals de Wireframe Sofa door
Sam Hecht en Kim Colin, Brabo Club Stoel van Vincent Van Duysen,
Tuxedo Bench door BassamFellows, en een selectie van klassieke Ward Bennett stoelen.

De textiel ontwerpen hebben een bijzonder lange patronen van 838cm,
 die het mogelijk maken om unieke eigenschappen te voorschijn te halen bij elke toepassing.


Het handschrift van de ontwerpers en het gebruik van kleur is onmiddellijk herkennen.





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