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.









In Rotterdam, we have visited office of Pasel Künzel architects.

Founded in 2002, the office works in individual architecture as well as urbanism around the world. Most of his projects include minimalist houses in Neatherland, mainly in Nieuw Leyden. But you can find some urbanist projects in South America in their portfolio as well.

Ralf Pasel and Frederik Künzel are masters of perfect architectural compositions and layout how ilustrate it their built projects of family town houses. Mainly inserted into the narrow spaces between the existed buildings, their houses represent pure abstract compositions where industrial materials meets wood and create functional poetry.












In Rotterdam, we have visited office of Pasel Künzel architects.

Founded in 2002, the office works in individual architecture as well as urbanism around the world. Most of his projects include minimalist houses in Neatherland, mainly in Nieuw Leyden. But you can find some urbanist projects in South America in their portfolio as well.

Ralf Pasel and Frederik Künzel are masters of perfect architectural compositions and layout how ilustrate it their built projects of family town houses. Mainly inserted into the narrow spaces between the existed buildings, their houses represent pure abstract compositions where industrial materials meets wood and create functional poetry.





Our next editorial for Esprit magazine is dedicated to famous design scenes in the classic movies.

Including design objects from 2001: A Space Odyssey, La Piscine or one movie of the James Bond series, the selection speaks about the importance of interiors and decorations in the movies of 1950s and 1960s.


Our next editorial for Esprit magazine is dedicated to famous design scenes in the classic movies.

Including design objects from 2001: A Space Odyssey, La Piscine or one movie of the James Bond series, the selection speaks about the importance of interiors and decorations in the movies of 1950s and 1960s.


Our next editorial for Esprit magazine is dedicated to famous design scenes in the classic movies.

Including design objects from 2001: A Space Odyssey, La Piscine or one movie of the James Bond series, the selection speaks about the importance of interiors and decorations in the movies of 1950s and 1960s.

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Hundred Eleven Days is the small label for production of foullards founded by our friends from Frankturt am Main.

"Conjointly with well-known, international artists we produce foulards and scarfs out of silk and cotton. On high quality standard we produce solely in germany.Our foulards are manufactured in a one-off printing method. Each of our foulards is a single piece, that is partly sewn by hand and lovingly designed by artists, that believe in our project," say founders of the brand.

The label was introduced by Valerie Christoph of Kombinatrotweiss production company to us, when she has visited Prague with her partner, designer Kai Linke, some time ago. We like its expressionist visuality, photo editorials as well as graphic design of the brochures and other materials.


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Hundred Eleven Days is the small label for production of foullards founded by our friends from Frankturt am Main.

"Conjointly with well-known, international artists we produce foulards and scarfs out of silk and cotton. On high quality standard we produce solely in germany.Our foulards are manufactured in a one-off printing method. Each of our foulards is a single piece, that is partly sewn by hand and lovingly designed by artists, that believe in our project," say founders of the brand.

The label was introduced by Valerie Christoph of Kombinatrotweiss production company to us, when she has visited Prague with her partner, designer Kai Linke, some time ago. We like its expressionist visuality, photo editorials as well as graphic design of the brochures and other materials.




Recently we have found two very nice vessels from the modernist era. Each comes from different part of the world and each represents different approach.

The watering can by Stig Lindberg is nice example of the pure Swedish design of the 1960s. Made out of plastic, cane and brass, the can is perfectly-shaped every day object.

At the other hand, this pitcher by Mexican Los Castillo silversmiths workshop from the 1980s is a sculptural object resembling tucan and creates decorative interior gem.



Recently we have found two very nice vessels from the modernist era. Each comes from different part of the world and each represents different approach.

The watering can by Stig Lindberg is nice example of the pure Swedish design of the 1960s. Made out of plastic, cane and brass, the can is perfectly-shaped every day object.

At the other hand, this pitcher by Mexican Los Castillo silversmiths workshop from the 1980s is a sculptural object resembling tucan and creates decorative interior gem.