Now building in the Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain at AAAD, this hand-made kayak is work of designer Milan Pekař.

Assistant at the Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain headed by Maxim Velčovský, Milan Pekař is a passionate versatile craftsman interested in boats building very much. This kayak represents his last effort to create perfect symbiosis of shape and function in the extremely lightweight boat.

Built from wooden segments connected together by fake tandons only and covered by white impregnated textile, the boat will be a functional piece of art.

Stay tuned and see finnished piece later.









Now building in the Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain at AAAD, this hand-made kayak is work of designer Milan Pekař.

Assistant at the Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain headed by Maxim Velčovský, Milan Pekař is a passionate versatile craftsman interested in boats building very much. This kayak represents his last effort to create perfect symbiosis of shape and function in the extremely lightweight boat.

Built from wooden segments connected together by fake tandons only and covered by white impregnated textile, the boat will be a functional piece of art.

Stay tuned and see finnished piece later.


From today we are presenting smaller version of our Light Sculptures exhibition at Dizajnvíkend in Bratislava.

Come to Pisztory palace and see our exhibition, as well as lecture about Czech modernist lightning at 3 pm, Thursday 20 September.

Also we are participating at Pecha Kucha night in Bratislava at 8.20 pm Thursday 20 September.


Dizajnvíkend
19 – 23 September 2012
Pisztory Palace, Štefánikova 25, Bratislava



From today we are presenting smaller version of our Light Sculptures exhibition at Dizajnvíkend in Bratislava.

Come to Pisztory palace and see our exhibition, as well as lecture about Czech modernist lightning at 3 pm, Thursday 20 September.

Also we are participating at Pecha Kucha night in Bratislava at 8.20 pm Thursday 20 September.


Dizajnvíkend
19 – 23 September 2012
Pisztory Palace, Štefánikova 25, Bratislava



We celebrate work of decadent French decorator Felix Agostini.

His 1950s and 1960s decorative interior pieces including lamps, furniture and art objects highlight with incredible attention to details and delicate craft. Someting from pre-war decorators of art-decó and something from brutalist aesthetic of Alberto Giacometti together, Agostini`s pieces are delicate sculptural objects.

This low coffee table presents one of his not so well known pieces and creates great geometric decorative composition.









Beautiful catalogue arrived from young Danish furniture and lightning brand &tradition. Their concept of mixing re-editions of vintage pieces with contemporary experiments is more than welcome.

Collaborating with designers such as Jaime Hayon, Norm, Benjamin Hubert or our favorite Frankfurt-based Kai Linke, the company presents simple yet extraordinary products. Re-editions by Verner Panton, Jorn Utzon or Arne Jacobsen highlight their wonderful collection.

Catalogue is full of nice visuals, photos, styling, as well as sketches, archive materials and more. Very nice format, visual and execution.












Beautiful catalogue arrived from young Danish furniture and lightning brand &tradition. Their concept of mixing re-editions of vintage pieces with contemporary experiments is more than welcome.

Collaborating with designers such as Jaime Hayon, Norm, Benjamin Hubert or our favorite Frankfurt-based Kai Linke, the company presents simple yet extraordinary products. Re-editions by Verner Panton, Jorn Utzon or Arne Jacobsen highlight their wonderful collection.

Catalogue is full of nice visuals, photos, styling, as well as sketches, archive materials and more. Very nice format, visual and execution.





Fantastic women Pop-Out parka from the Spectral collection of our favorite London-based fashion designer Christopher Raeburn. Great piece to fit well!


Fantastic women Pop-Out parka from the Spectral collection of our favorite London-based fashion designer Christopher Raeburn. Great piece to fit well!




Our preoccupation of experimental cars and special aerodynamic prototypes continues with this Rolls-Royce Phantom Jonckheere Coupe.

Inspired by art-deco movements as well as modernist dynamic, this coupe was built by Henri Jonckheere and his son Joseph Jonckheere for Rolls-Royce. Famous couach and car body builders from Belgium created this extravagant car masterpiece in 1935, just in time for for the Concours on the French Riviera where it won the ‘Prix de Cannes’ award. The striking features of the car include oval doors or aerodynamic wings at the back.