Created in 1982, this table lamp is a timeless piece of design by Tobia Scarpa.

Capalonga is one of the many lightning designs Scarpa designed for Flos during the 1960s - 1980s. This model combines modernist simplicity with rich materiality and high-tech aesthetic of the period.

Photos Courtesy of Fragile Gallery, Milano





We created this catalogue in collaboration with DuPont Corian and deFORM design studio for their exhibition project at Designblok 2013 in Prague.

Called Classics + Corian, the project discovers new potential of vintage furniture pieces form the 1930s - 1960s which parts were replaced by designers Jakub Pollág and Václav Mlynář with the totally same Corian components. The result presents symbiosis of the authenticity of historical pieces with the timeless material and its durability.

We created graphics and texts of this brochure.









In 2012, we did this t-shirt for Re-Site festival held in Prague. Including historical as well as contemporary street lightning designs by Le Corbusier, František Crhák, Francois Azambourg, JDS Architects, Emil Králíček and ECAL, the t-shirt investigates in playful way into the world of the community space in the cities and its quality. It is printed from both sides to create original optical effect.


Designed by Joachim Stanitzek between 1988 and 1989, this BG-1 media component holder is the expressive example of the bizarre application of the period postmodern style.

Enzo Mari, Putrella ashtray for Danese, 1958
Enzo Mari, Putrella ashtray for Danese, 1958
Enzo Mari, Putrella tray for Danese, 1958
Enzo Mari, Putrella tray for Danese, 1958



Inspired by work of design hero Enzo Mari, Lausanne-based designer Adrien Rovero designed these anodized Treat me well mirrors for our The Mirror exhibition last year.

"Extrude me, cut me, anodise me, polish me, look at me…," Rovero comments on his one-off project made out of anodized pieces of aluminum. The collection includes three pieces of different shapes and colors resembling formal logic of famous Enzo Mari's metal pieces from Putrella collection for Danese designed during the 1950s.

Jonah Takagi, Pacer, 2013
Jonah Takagi, Pacer, 2013
Omhu Walking Stick Collection, 2010
Omhu Walking Stick Collection, 2010
Omhu Walking Stick Collection, 2010
Omhu Walking Stick Collection, 2010
Dominic Wilcox, By a Thread, 2009
Dominic Wilcox, By a Thread, 2009
Elliott Erwitt, Elliott Walking Stick for Danese, 2013
Elliott Erwitt, Elliott Walking Stick for Danese, 2013
Elliott Erwitt, Elliott Walking Stick for Danese, 2013
Elliott Erwitt, Elliott Walking Stick for Danese, 2013
Matthew Kroeker, Sneaker-styled Walking Cane for Top & Derby, 2013
Matthew Kroeker, Sneaker-styled Walking Cane for Top & Derby, 2013
Nanna Ditzel, Walking Stick for Orebo, 1958
Nanna Ditzel, Walking Stick for Orebo, 1958
Paul Smith, Drawing of Foldable Walking Stick for Disegno Magazine, 2013
Paul Smith, Drawing of Foldable Walking Stick for Disegno Magazine, 2013
Paul Smith, Walking Stick Umbrella
Paul Smith, Walking Stick Umbrella
Rare Crooked Folk Art Walking Stick, 1880s
Rare Crooked Folk Art Walking Stick, 1880s
Jonah Takagi, Pacer, 2013
Jonah Takagi, Pacer, 2013

Our curated selection of some nicely designed walking sticks from the past as well as present.










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Originally designed in 1975 for Pip’s Playboy Club in Los Angeles, this rocking armchair is a decorative masterpiece by flamboyant American decorator Charles Hollis Jones. Active during the 1960s and 1970s in California, Jones is one of the most prolific representatives of the American decorative design of the second half of the century. Made out of nickel-plated steel and acrylic, the work represents typical Jones's approach to designing interior solitaires of that time.

Photo Courtesy Wright, Chicago


Designed by Brazilian modernist icon Joaquim Tenreiro (1906-1992) in 1958, this desk is made out of ebonized jacaranda, under-painted glass and wrought iron. It represents free-forms modernist Brazilian design movement of the post-war era very much.