Our friend and collaborater Jacques-Elie Ribeyron has collaborated with Wallpaper magazine to create this bespoke set of tools.

Done in collaboration with Wallpaper and Architectural Titanium, the project features a small hammer to break chocolate slabs, a nut cracker, a fruit knife, a brush and a cutting board. The purpose of the brush is to clean the other set components. The tools are made of machined titanium and feature a cap lock system to avoid screws.

Stay tuned and look forward to see our collaborative project with Jacques-Elie this autumn!







Our favorite gallery and experimental space for contemporary design Depot Basel has published small brochure on all the projects which has been done since its founding.

Designed by Deutsche & Japaner, the brochure showcases all the exhibitions, publicatons and presentations which were held at the old warehouse in Basel in two last years. The pages include our publication Radical Sitting for Depot Basel as well.

Thanks for possibility to be part of this great project and good luch for next adventure.






Our favorite gallery and experimental space for contemporary design Depot Basel has published small brochure on all the projects which has been done since its founding.

Designed by Deutsche & Japaner, the brochure showcases all the exhibitions, publicatons and presentations which were held at the old warehouse in Basel in two last years. The pages include our publication Radical Sitting for Depot Basel as well.

Thanks for possibility to be part of this great project and good luch for next adventure.






Our favorite gallery and experimental space for contemporary design Depot Basel has published small brochure on all the projects which has been done since its founding.

Designed by Deutsche & Japaner, the brochure showcases all the exhibitions, publicatons and presentations which were held at the old warehouse in Basel in two last years. The pages include our publication Radical Sitting for Depot Basel as well.

Thanks for possibility to be part of this great project and good luch for next adventure.

and now!
and now!
1950s
1950s

Elegant aesthetic of the 1950s is very actual in contemporary design again. But this lamp from our favorite New York-based designer Lindsey Adelman is maybe too much fifties.

We can not say that we do not like it. We love the shape, but there is maybe too strong vintage look resembling not only Zahara Schatz lamp (above), but many other mid-century designs. Lamp is beautiful, but too much in the trend of new vintage.

and now!
and now!
1950s
1950s

Elegant aesthetic of the 1950s is very actual in contemporary design again. But this lamp from our favorite New York-based designer Lindsey Adelman is maybe too much fifties.

We can not say that we do not like it. We love the shape, but there is maybe too strong vintage look resembling not only Zahara Schatz lamp (above), but many other mid-century designs. Lamp is beautiful, but too much in the trend of new vintage.

Jonathan Vallin, Les Fleurs Du Lac for Chez Le Corbusier project, 2012
Jonathan Vallin, Les Fleurs Du Lac for Chez Le Corbusier project, 2012

Julie Richoz, Armand, 2012
Julie Richoz, Armand, 2012
Fanny Dora, Laboratoire d`équilibre, 2011
Fanny Dora, Laboratoire d`équilibre, 2011
Jean Besson, Round Round for La Vague, 2011
Jean Besson, Round Round for La Vague, 2011
Anais Bloch, Swing Copper, 2011
Anais Bloch, Swing Copper, 2011
Bruno Munari with his mobile.
Bruno Munari with his mobile.

We have recognized new trend from young ECAL graduates, who make poetic sculptures rather than functional objects.

In the work of young designers studying or just finishing Lausanne academy we have found some exciting design sculptures playing with themes of lightness, stability, elegant form, balance or movement. These new kinetic sculptures represent contemporary update of modernist kinetic movement which was also strongly connected with industrial design. Remind Enzo Mari or Bruno Munari, whose work had included pure art objects before they have decided to make design.

These elegant objects become entertainment domestic sculptures with the function of beauty and pure enjoy only.






Jonathan Vallin, Les Fleurs Du Lac for Chez Le Corbusier project, 2012
Jonathan Vallin, Les Fleurs Du Lac for Chez Le Corbusier project, 2012

Julie Richoz, Armand, 2012
Julie Richoz, Armand, 2012
Fanny Dora, Laboratoire d`équilibre, 2011
Fanny Dora, Laboratoire d`équilibre, 2011
Jean Besson, Round Round for La Vague, 2011
Jean Besson, Round Round for La Vague, 2011
Anais Bloch, Swing Copper, 2011
Anais Bloch, Swing Copper, 2011
Bruno Munari with his mobile.
Bruno Munari with his mobile.

We have recognized new trend from young ECAL graduates, who make poetic sculptures rather than functional objects.

In the work of young designers studying or just finishing Lausanne academy we have found some exciting design sculptures playing with themes of lightness, stability, elegant form, balance or movement. These new kinetic sculptures represent contemporary update of modernist kinetic movement which was also strongly connected with industrial design. Remind Enzo Mari or Bruno Munari, whose work had included pure art objects before they have decided to make design.

These elegant objects become entertainment domestic sculptures with the function of beauty and pure enjoy only.







Designed by Geoff McFetridge, this surfboard was one of the best pieces which we have seen at the Work from California exhibition in Brno.

Somethign between graphic design, product design an fine art, the surfboard is the personal object celebrating surfing culture of California as well as native culture of Canada, where designer was born.

Traditional iconography of Canadian nature and Eskimos is illustrated in the black and white figurative decor covered whole surface of the board.

The work is on the show at 25th International Biennial of Graphic Design Brno 2012.




Again in the full work back from beautiful landscape of Italian coastline of Liguria, where we have prepared materials for our upcoming special issue OKOLO Liguria coming out this autumn.

Stay tuned and see our Liguria adventures and news about our upcoming magazine.

The biggest thanks to Fulvio Ferrari and his family for support and our pop-up office in his house.