German designer Sebastian Herkner collaborated with the traditional household producer The Schwäbische Jungfrau.

During Passionswege at Vienna Design Week last month, Sebastian Herkner created original graphical project for Vienna-based household producer The Schwäbische Jungfrau which was founded in 1720.

Famous for its high-quality bed and table linen with the embroidered monograms, The Schwäbische Jungfrau belongs to the historical viennese craft heritage. Herkner presented project called Imprint based on the short-lived monograms imprinted into linen by metal letters using steam. The monograms were imprinted into the material during the personal design performance and can be short-lived modern alternative to the very expansive embroidered monograms.


At Designblok 2013 in Prague we present our "curated gift" for Heineken. You can win our selection called Black Chic featured some of the most interesting lifestyle products of today.

We offered some of our publications and showed our Open & Drink! exhibition concept.
We offered some of our publications and showed our Open & Drink! exhibition concept.
Some very good friends were coming...
Some very good friends were coming...
Disegno offered its latest 5th issue.
Disegno offered its latest 5th issue.

Casting London created experimental cast London souvenirs.
Casting London created experimental cast London souvenirs.
Studio Chehade created the publication about the whole project in three days directly on the spot.
Studio Chehade created the publication about the whole project in three days directly on the spot.


Phil Cuttance presented his Faceture candlesticks.
Phil Cuttance presented his Faceture candlesticks.

Two weeks ago we have participated at Brompton Pitch during London Design Festival.

Curated by Jane Withers and Disegno magazine for Brompton Design District, the Brompton Pitch featured six outdoor stands occupied by six design studios and collectives. Us, Disegno magazine, Fixperts, Phil Cuttance, Casting London and Studio Chehade created three days outdoor laboratory of diverse experimental activities and design attitudes at London Exhibition Road.

Thanks all for very nice event and possibility to part of it.


Alexander Calder, Maguy Jute Tapestry, 1972
Alexander Calder, Maguy Jute Tapestry, 1972
David Hicks, Chinoiserie Cabinet for Maitland Smith, 1970s
David Hicks, Chinoiserie Cabinet for Maitland Smith, 1970s
Jeffrey Greene, High Spindleback Dining Chair, 1975
Jeffrey Greene, High Spindleback Dining Chair, 1975
Dieter Rams, Braun TS 45 / L 450, 1962
Dieter Rams, Braun TS 45 / L 450, 1962
Diter Rams, Braun RCS 9 / L 20 amplifier and receiver, 1962
Diter Rams, Braun RCS 9 / L 20 amplifier and receiver, 1962

We have visited new Paul Smith store at Albermarle street in London and captured some extraordinary design details.

During our visit of London Design Festival we could not miss new store of our favorite fashion designer and design enthusiast Paul Smith. In the store, recently refurbished by 6a Architects, you can see an exhibition called White showing Braun masterpieces by Dieter Rams. The show was curated by collector from Das Programm.

Next to beautiful clothes and accessories by Paul Smith you can find some other design treasures around the store. We were fascinated by pieces by David Hicks, Jeffrey Greene or Alexander Calder, among others.

Big thanks for nice visit!






During London Design Festival we have looked at the new model of Brooks saddle.

Called Cambium, the saddle is the new interpretation of Brooks tradition. Made out of vulcanized natural rubber, organic cotton canvas and aluminum structure, Cambium represents new direction for Brooks. Flexible, sleek and contemporary sport design will be available very soon.


We found this strange-looking chair at the Vienna Design Week central exhibition venue.

Produced by Italian company Alias and designed by one of the most respected architects of his generation, Mario Botta, Quinta is a high-tech metal chair created in 1980. Design belongs to the family of different chairs which Botta designed for the company during the 1980s in his postmodern formal language.





Designed in 1987 by Lawrence Laske, this prototype lamp is a unique example of late Memphis style.

Laske was asked by Ettore Sottsass to design six lamps for the last Memphis show in Milan. Made out of brushed aluminum, the lamp represents synthesis of bold postmodern look with the new industrial and high-tech aesthetic of the upcoming 1990s.

Images Courtesy of Wright


Sometimes from now we will present some of the most interesting objects we find in the stores around all the world. We start with this bizarre shoes.

Designed and made by Paul Harnden, shoemaker and fashion designer based in Brighton, UK, sells those shoes for 2 500 £ at London Dover Street Market concept store.











There are some pictures from visual style, brochure and installation system of our Open & Drink! exhibition, which was recently showed at Brompton Pitch at London Design Festival.









Work of German painter Konrad Klapheck (born February 10, 1935) celebrates humble objects as wonders of our civilization.

His paintings from 1950s until today are precisely painted pictures of domestic objects, machines or technique components in the illusory timeless spaces.