The new old light by Kimu via Purodeco

The new old light by KIMU

The New Old Light by KIMU Design mimics the traditional appearance of a lantern and makes a classic East-West connection. The Taiwan-based studio have created the New Old Light with an industrial-style reflector attached to a paper lantern diffuser that can be pulled down or collapsed out of sight to vary the lighting intensity.

 

The new old light by Kimu via Purodeco

 

I adore the minimalist table lamp by the Taiwanese design studio. By employing the flat border to emulate the standard appearance of lanterns, The New Old Light by KIMU continued its style in the plane quadrant. With the modify of the wood proportion of The New Old Light, which developed the extension of breathing in a virtual space, the air particles seem to be paused at the moment of light on. The New Old Life is the ideal goal that KIMU keep trying and experimenting to reach. Started from The New Old Light, KIMU is combining and converting those ancient objects to modern life products. Read More

Home tour_Melbourne apartment in Plywood via Purodeco

Home tour | Melbourne apartment in Plywood

This Melbourne apartment in Plywood by Clare Cousins Architects is an understated city pad designed for a young family. Located in a heritage-listed building in Melbourne’s CBD, the apartment is blessed with high ceilings and abundant natural light from windows along three of the four walls. Plywood joinery was used to define spaces rather than built walls, this makes the space looks fresh, airy, urban and young – love the look of it!

 

Home tour Melbourne apartment in Plywood via Purodeco

 

This Melbourne apartment you’ll find beautiful materials, smart space solutions and a young home feeling. Located in a heritage-listed building in Melbourne’s CBD, this project updates a 75m2 apartment for a young family. With high ceilings and abundant natural light from windows along three of the four walls, the open, functional space utilises readily available, affordable materials to make the most of a small space and a modest budget. Read More

Danish design brand Mater via Purodeco

Danish design brand Mater

Danish design brand Mater was founded in 2006 by Henrik Marstrand, who had a strong vision to create timeless and beautiful design. One look at the products and it is easy to see that he has succeeded. Mater Design brand is recognized and applauded as global pioneer in creating sustainable, eco-conscious, socially responsible design.

 

Danish design brand Mater via Purodeco

 

Danish design brand Mater has a strong vision to create timeless and beautiful design based on an ethical business strategy. Mater combines exclusive high end design with working methods that support people, local craft traditions and the environment. Read More

Colourful family home in London via Purodeco 1

Colourful family home in London

Home tour | this quirky colourful family home in London was renovated by interior design studio Avocado Sweets. They made the house, which started as an open plan apartment, into a home without losing the feeling of space and while making sure the owner’s personalities come through in the design. I love the fabulous collection of vintage radios which is shown in their full glory as a wall feature set against striking yellow wallpaper.

 

Colourful family home in London via Purodeco

 

Design studio Avocado Sweets re-configured the existing space to create a stunning kitchen and lounge area, turning the previous windowless kitchen into a walk-in wardrobe.  They added an extra bedroom on the mezzanine and closed the space with stylish shutters for privacy, peace and safety.  Two staircases were changed to broaden the living space and allow extra height.  Read More

Menu JWDA Concrete Lamp 3

Menu JWDA Concrete Lamp

Menu JWDA Concrete Lamp is a delicate and raw lamp by Jonas Wagell. The lamp made of concrete, brass and glass, will fit perfectly with different types of interiors.

 

Menu JWDA Concrete Lamp

 

The Stockholm-based designer Jonas Wagell successfully mixes the deli­cate and the raw into a beautiful little lamp with concrete base and brass button. Ready to decorate your sofa table, your shelf or the bedside table, Menu JWDA Concrete Lamp gives a soft light and comes with a G9 frosted bulb. Read More

Home tour_Beautiful Copenhagen flat Via Purodeco

Beautiful Copenhagen apartment

Home tour | This Beautiful Copenhagen apartment belongs to the multi-talented danish artist Mette Bonavent. The finely decorated apartment is located in the exclusive town of Frederiksberg in Copenhagen. The style combines minimalist and graphic art in a simple and genuine way. The use of natural wood throughout the space also makes the space so welcoming and peaceful.

 

Home tour Copenhagen apartment via Purodeco

 

Mette Bonavent, interior designer, illustrator and graphic designer and owner of the Oh So Fine shop has a particularly significant training in modern culture and dissemination of the culture of the University of Copenhagen. In addition, she has extensive experience in the communications field and in different forms: contemporary art, film, interior design, television production. Read More

Magna ceramic knife magnets 6

Magna ceramic knife magnets

Magna ceramic knife magnets are one of Kähler’s new designs for your kitchen this autumn. Magna ceramic magnets will add charm to larger kitchens with clean lines, or underline the creativity and personal style of smaller, cosier kitchens. By mixing the delicate pastel shades you can create a stylish and subtle look in your kitchen. The knife magnets serves as a decorative purpose by themselves.

 

Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

 

With its elegant and functional magnetic knife holders, Magna, Kähler is launching yet another attractive kitchen utility item, and thereby continuing its more than 100-year-old tradition of innovative thinking in functional ceramic design.

 

Kähler Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

Kähler Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

The designers behind the Magna ceramic magnets, Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker, explain the design philosophy: “The two basic materials, steel and clay, come together in Magna. The delicate, softshades of the magnets match the hard, shiny steel of the knives, and these soft and hard elementsproduce a beautiful combination of materials.”

 

Kähler Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

 

All images Kähler Design