Blog posts: Video
Posted on November 30, 2010
Join Cindy Allen editor- Interior Design Magazine on a tour of an amazing 6 storey warehouse transformation in TriBeCa New York, designed by Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design. Watch for all sorts of things appearing on walls, from pine trees to plates.
Posted on October 18, 2010
Journey with Herman Miller creative consultant Susan Lyons as she talks about her creative process and colour practice. In this post we examine what drives colour creation at Herman Miller.
Alexander Girard was once quoted to say:
It is important to have colour around you, pattern around you because it is nourishing.
Someone else who believe naked walls do nothing for the soul!
Posted on October 10, 2010
In the second of a series of case studies on CRAKGON® we will allow you to explore the product and it’s unique surface repair capabilities on sea as well as land. There truly is nothing like it.
Simply Paint it on and the cracks are gone!
Fishing Trawlers rust and need to be repaired every year or do they…..
Posted on September 21, 2010
For an article on the future of playground design, appearing in the December/January 2009 Future issue, artists Mike Perry and Jim Stoten not only collaborated on the illustration that accompanies the piece - they filmed themselves creating it.
Posted on September 14, 2010
Meet New York–based design lover and writer Bradford Shellhammer in his raucous 800-square-foot apartment, which is filled to the brim with vivid iconography, classic modern-design pieces, and, of course, a palette of unflinchingly vibrant hues.
Watch for the way he he colour matches in his apartment. It all starts with a chair!
Posted on September 07, 2010
Wallpaper or wallcoverings have long been at the forefront of design. Designers working with this space explore the possible combinations of colour, texture, pattern, and materials. In this post we again explore the dimension of colour but this time we focus on the fashions of colour with James Jurney, founder and owner of Soho boutique Seize sur Vingt.
Posted on August 30, 2010
Wallpaper or wallcoverings have long been at the forefront of design. Designers working with this space explore the possible combinations of colour, texture, pattern, and materials. In this post we explore the dimnension of colour with the man often referred to as the father of colour theory: Josef Albers. The Josef Albers foundation sought the revelation and evocation of vision through Art. Josef and his wife Anni treated art as if it were a religion, believing the qualities of art could be those of morality and honesty.