I love these images for Bang + Olufsen’s latest range, featuring the work of photographer Phillip Karlberg (it’s worth a look at his portfolio, with stunning photographs for Kasthall, amongst others). The products, all angular shapes and luxe materials – brushed aluminium, oak and black, are styled against a palette of white marble, blush pink, vibrant blue and pale silver.
There are distinct references to the Memphis movement, which is having a moment in interior and product design, but without the flamboyance. A sort of minimal, refined post-modernism. I think its a great look, what about you?
Tagline: impossible things before breakfast.
A bird cage in which you can swing freely, a rocking chair and cot in one, a table you can play marbles on. With wonderful names like Cageling and Rockid, these are fairy tales ideas made possible. Made up of a duo who studied together at the Design Academy in Eindhoven and based in the Netherlands. Ontwerpduo take their own and other people’s ideas and make them into reality.
I love the wit and fantasy and charm of these objects. And the optimism, that anything is possible. What about you?
The fantastic world of Ontwerpduo, here. All images via
More wonderful design, here
Love this range of tables by Paris-based designer Constance Guisset (not to mention the owl styling..) Originally designed in 2009 for the French Cultural Institute in Ankara, Turkey, the Ankara collection is all metal in a range of colours. More, here
I wrote about another of Constance Guisset’s products, the Vertigo pendant, here.