small significant things in everyday life by giovanni, webdesigner and almost anthropologist
on the alps in paris on the alps in versailles (changed home often, lately).
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Acapulco chairs are a modern classic that originated in Mexico during the 1950s. They are inspired by Mayan weaving technique.
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This is part of a collection of tables by Chinese designer Zhili Liu called ‘Shrub’.
Made of wet-lacquered, power-coated aluminium, the pieces use exposed sunken screws to the hold in position a network of ‘branches’, which together form the tables’ legs.
« I have been trying to create high specification products with typical Chinese industrial materials and basic techniques, through unusual design and engineering, and these tables are the first prototypes in this direction – which I believe could be another route for “Chinese design” » he said.
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1960s Oswald Vermaercke Ultra low V-form ‘Paola’ sideboard. Already sold. x(
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