All cool things making the change in seasons more bearable.
Above: Nick Nemechek’s Copenhagen home is a dream. He is the master of mixing vintage with modern design. Full story via Curbed.
- Lauritz is auctioning away 1000s of design pieces after the Danish online furniture store, Casanova recently went out of business. This might be your biggest change to make bargain of the year, everything is brand new.
- For almost two centuries, Kähler has outlined the art of Danish ceramics. This year they are celebrating 180 years with new design incl. a 5 piece very exclusive collection of unika vases created by Turi Heisselerg Pedersen, only to be won via their website.
- New book: In The Touch, beautiful homes, hotels, museums, and retail stores—from contemporary designs by Ilse Crawford and Bijoy Jain to classic cases by Arne Jacobsen and Le Corbusier—open their doors and invite readers to explore how elements such as light, nature, materiality, color, and community can deliberately bring us back to our senses and imbue every day with a richer quality.
- Verpan unveils previously unrealised designs from Verner Panton archive, including the Reflect light.
- Grooming: Doers of London is my new obsession. Everything is vegan and organic, and runs across a green workflow to recycle and minimise waste at each stage of production. The minimalist packaging looks great in your bathroom cabinet, too.
- There is a new collection of minimalistic typography city prints over at Studio Paradissi. Cities include Barcelona, Istanbul, San Fransisco and Seoul, but there are more to come in the following weeks.
- Speaking of art, I just got this one by mormor, which is now available on print, making it a lot more affordable. Perfect for a bit of humor on your gallery wall.
Previously in Weekly Obsessions:
- Weekly Obsessions: Subtle Summer Contrast
- Weekly Obsessions: Warm Sharp Architectural Lines
- Weekly Obsessions: Summer Extention