Ispired by nomadic lifestyle, Vico Magistretti as well as Lucio Fontana, Argentinia-born Alfredo Häberli has designed a kitchen system for Shiffini.

Called Pampa, the kitchen was presented at the Salone del Mobile inside Milan Schiffini Space close to Duomo. The kitchen is monolithic structure without handles with delicate wooden surface and minimalist yet elegant slits in it. Monochrome colors refers to Italian artist Lucio Fontana, while the details resemles some features from Cina kitchen by Vico Magistretti.

The kitchen was presented in the nice installation including two wood house like structures with the sensual, colorful and vibrant atmosphere. This entertainment environment is more kitchen living room than kitchen itself only. As a part of the presentation, this beautiful brochure with Alfredo Häberli drawings was produced.







Ispired by nomadic lifestyle, Vico Magistretti as well as Lucio Fontana, Argentinia-born Alfredo Häberli has designed a kitchen system for Shiffini.

Called Pampa, the kitchen was presented at the Salone del Mobile inside Milan Schiffini Space close to Duomo. The kitchen is monolithic structure without handles with delicate wooden surface and minimalist yet elegant slits in it. Monochrome colors refers to Italian artist Lucio Fontana, while the details resemles some features from Cina kitchen by Vico Magistretti.

The kitchen was presented in the nice installation including two wood house like structures with the sensual, colorful and vibrant atmosphere. This entertainment environment is more kitchen living room than kitchen itself only. As a part of the presentation, this beautiful brochure with Alfredo Häberli drawings was produced.





André Borderie (1923-1998) is one of the most prolific French mid-century ceramic artists.

His work includes ceramic bowls, vases, tables, vessels, carpets, as well as big sculptures.

Today we are interested in his great lamps that look like luminous sculptures than ordinary functional objects. His organic forms represents spherical objects full of energy and physical materiality due to deep craft production.

Both reproduced lamps come from the 1950s and 1960s.

Photo Courtesy of Chastel Maréchal gallery







Our next project includes miniature setting of the legendary seaplanes race held during the 1910s, 1920s and 1930s.

Called Schneider cup, the race is the most famous airplanes race in the history. Specifically created for seaplanes only, the Schneider cup was founded by financier, pilot of the baloon and airplane enthusiast Jacques Schneider (1879–1928) in 1911 as a platform for technical development of the seaplanes, which were predicted as airplanes of the future. Eleven races were held during 1913 - 1931 in the USA, Italy, United Kingdom and France. There were pilots from these four seaplanes superpowers only, who competeted for the main prize, the sculpture of a girl with wings on the sea level. In 1927, 1929 and 1931, the race was won by English pilots on Supermarine S.6B airplane, so the prize remained in the UK for all the time. Today, you can see it at the London Science Museum.

With our light installation made out of balsa wood and includes schematic landscape, three models of real seaplanes and graphic and text content, we pay homage to the Schneider cup as the exceptional event in the history of airplanes, culture, as well as design. The seaplanes represents beautifully designed machines with the great formal and functional qualities. Our work includes three of the famous planes from the history of the competition. Curtiss R3C-2 biplane was the most successful American airplane in the competition. Supermarine S.6B with Rolls Royce engine designed by Reginald Joseph Mitchell was the fastest airplane in the Schneider cup with speed of 547 km/h. The last one, Savoia-Marchetti S.65 with two propellers was developed in 1929, but never entered the race due to technical problems.

Photo by Jaroslav Moravec







Our next project includes miniature setting of the legendary seaplanes race held during the 1910s, 1920s and 1930s.

Called Schneider cup, the race is the most famous airplanes race in the history. Specifically created for seaplanes only, the Schneider cup was founded by financier, pilot of the baloon and airplane enthusiast Jacques Schneider (1879–1928) in 1911 as a platform for technical development of the seaplanes, which were predicted as airplanes of the future. Eleven races were held during 1913 - 1931 in the USA, Italy, United Kingdom and France. There were pilots from these four seaplanes superpowers only, who competeted for the main prize, the sculpture of a girl with wings on the sea level. In 1927, 1929 and 1931, the race was won by English pilots on Supermarine S.6B airplane, so the prize remained in the UK for all the time. Today, you can see it at the London Science Museum.

With our light installation made out of balsa wood and includes schematic landscape, three models of real seaplanes and graphic and text content, we pay homage to the Schneider cup as the exceptional event in the history of airplanes, culture, as well as design. The seaplanes represents beautifully designed machines with the great formal and functional qualities. Our work includes three of the famous planes from the history of the competition. Curtiss R3C-2 biplane was the most successful American airplane in the competition. Supermarine S.6B with Rolls Royce engine designed by Reginald Joseph Mitchell was the fastest airplane in the Schneider cup with speed of 547 km/h. The last one, Savoia-Marchetti S.65 with two propellers was developed in 1929, but never entered the race due to technical problems.

Photo by Jaroslav Moravec







Our next project includes miniature setting of the legendary seaplanes race held during the 1910s, 1920s and 1930s.

Called Schneider cup, the race is the most famous airplanes race in the history. Specifically created for seaplanes only, the Schneider cup was founded by financier, pilot of the baloon and airplane enthusiast Jacques Schneider (1879–1928) in 1911 as a platform for technical development of the seaplanes, which were predicted as airplanes of the future. Eleven races were held during 1913 - 1931 in the USA, Italy, United Kingdom and France. There were pilots from these four seaplanes superpowers only, who competeted for the main prize, the sculpture of a girl with wings on the sea level. In 1927, 1929 and 1931, the race was won by English pilots on Supermarine S.6B airplane, so the prize remained in the UK for all the time. Today, you can see it at the London Science Museum.

With our light installation made out of balsa wood and includes schematic landscape, three models of real seaplanes and graphic and text content, we pay homage to the Schneider cup as the exceptional event in the history of airplanes, culture, as well as design. The seaplanes represents beautifully designed machines with the great formal and functional qualities. Our work includes three of the famous planes from the history of the competition. Curtiss R3C-2 biplane was the most successful American airplane in the competition. Supermarine S.6B with Rolls Royce engine designed by Reginald Joseph Mitchell was the fastest airplane in the Schneider cup with speed of 547 km/h. The last one, Savoia-Marchetti S.65 with two propellers was developed in 1929, but never entered the race due to technical problems.

Photo by Jaroslav Moravec





New wonderful knittwear from our favorite outdoor brand Moncler.

We are ready for upcoming autumn with this collection of sweaters feutered beautiful abstract patterns inspired by 1950s climbers and skiers.







New wonderful knittwear from our favorite outdoor brand Moncler.

We are ready for upcoming autumn with this collection of sweaters feutered beautiful abstract patterns inspired by 1950s climbers and skiers.







From Jean-Baptiste Fastrez, this hairdryer combines technology with craft and forest.

Tomahawk is a hairdryer demonstrating connection of contemporary everyday tool with old craft techniques. Each handle was executed by different craftsman and each adapts to its concrete usage.

Allt Studio, Anchor light, 2010
Allt Studio, Anchor light, 2010
Afra and Tobio Scarpa, Libertá chair, 1989
Afra and Tobio Scarpa, Libertá chair, 1989

Strange form of this metal chair by Afra and Tobio Scarpa echoes in the contemporary work of Bratislava-based Allt studio.

Libertá chair designed in 1989 by Italian maestro duo of Afra and Tobio Scarpa is very originally looking design. Bent sheets of metal creates high-tech, as well as decorative result missing proportions little bit. We have to say that it is not the best design of our favorite Afra and Tobio Scarpa.

The curves line of the chair we can find in the Anchor light by Allt studio as well. Shape of light inspired by legs of work desk resembles Libertá chair very much. But both designs were born in total different context.