I would like to say a big thank you to all my blog followers and visitors whom had viewed my blog for the past 3 months or so. Today marks the 10,000th blog hit that I had received for this blog since I started this blog in late May 2012. 10,000 blog hits may not […]Read more "The 10,000th Mark"
Last weekend, I decided to pop by BoConcept Paragon located in Orchard Road Singapore, to take a look at some items of interest. Having previously browsed through the catalogue that my brother-in-law brought back, I had earmarked a few items to see in metal and wood. The BoConcept showroom used to be home to another […]Read more "Monte, Istra, Side, Ottawa ~ Unique Propositions"
Today’s blog post marks my first focus on bookshelf and the bookshelf that opens this post has to be undoubtedly unique. What made me choose this particular bookshelf for today’s feature is in its Design Philosophy. The story and the inspiration behind the bookshelf is deep and meaningful. It is not something that is obvious […]Read more "Random ~ Emotional Liaison"
Have you ever thought about squeezing into a big box when you were a kid? I know that I did when I was young. Taking a page off the Modern Era of the 1950s, the team of Seyhan Özdemir & Sefer Çaglar who founded Autoban Design Studio, created a sofa and armchair out of a […]Read more "Box ~ Thinking out of the Box"
Accents Chairs are a centerpiece to a well designed Living Room. Enter the Anti-Design Movements from the 1960s onwards and you will find that the Accents Chair may now come in quite different forms. Accent Chairs can come as one that is not so striking and one that is defined by comfort than appeal. Of […]Read more "Happy ~ Joy to the Lounge"
Over the weekend, I was putting together a pictorial list of furniture that I would love to have in our next home so that my other half could make a choice and give her stamp of approval. This is an important process as I would want our next home to be having an interior design […]Read more "Grace ~ Melting the Style and Class"
It’s incredible that something designed nearly a century ago still look so relevant in today’s context. The PH 3/2 Lamp was designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen 86 years ago. 86 years! Wow… That, is older than even most of the human beings can declare their age today. Designed between 1925 and 1926, the […]Read more "PH 3/2 ~ Thrice the Shade, Double the Class"
I first noticed Jean-Marie Massaud’s design at Space Furniture when I saw a uniquely shaped Chaise Lounge clad in fine black leather. It reminds me of the simplicity and the Sculptural form of the renowned Eames La Chaise. It is from B&B Italia and it was the first design I came across by Jean-Marie Massaud. […]Read more "Kennedee ~ Golden Era and Minimalism"
This chair recently got into my newly created Top 10 List for Accent Chairs. It didn’t occurred to me how good this piece of seat is until I saw it in actual during the Proof Living Sale. Described as a “form of Modern Classicism” by Poltrona Frau’s website, the Jockey seat designed by François Azambourg […]Read more "Jockey ~ Ride of the Room"
This is notably one of the most famous designs of the mid-century, or even now. The originals are part of museums such as MOMA in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago. You see them everywhere from the advertisements in design magazines to magazine articles featuring beautiful homes as well as interiors of some […]Read more "Eames Lounge Chair ~ Classic Comfort"