Monthly Archives: October 2012

Why some design is worth what it costs

On Sunday, Nov 4th, the new Victor Hunt DesignArt Dealer gallery opens in Antwerp. It’s the second one for the props and talents’ hunter Victor Hunt. The world is full of design galleries. Why then should we spend time talking … Continue reading

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Astrid Krogh’s tech fabrics (with a soft touch)

Danish designer Astrid Krogh has been working with light and fabrics for many years. She has made power generating curtains, wooden tapistries with interwoven fibreoptics, neon sculptures and installations. Her work, that marries technology with a soft, craftmanship-based design approach, … Continue reading

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DIY home with style

You may have seen some of these images on DCasa last month. But the house of my friends Marjolein and Carlo (she is Dutch and he is Italian, they live on Lake Comabbio) is so packed up with intersting ideas … Continue reading

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Not the usual futuristic train

Talks about the future are often translated in hightech looking concepts. And when the subjects are trains, the result is always a testosteronic missile, clearly ready to challenge the latest speed record. It is therefore a breath of fresh air … Continue reading

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