Posts Tagged ‘pleasure’

Pen Uno by Ensso

December 23rd, 2015



Pen Uno: The Most Minimal Pen

Lumière Précieuse DIY Lamp by Gesa Hansen for Designerbox

October 25th, 2015



Lumière Précieuse DIY Lamp by Gesa Hansen for Designerbox

METIS Desk by Gonçalo Campos for WEWOOD

July 23rd, 2015



METIS is a compact desk, offering a real storage solution, named after the Greek godess that personified Wisdom, Cunning and Prudence.

Manolo Blahnik Store by Nick Leith-Smith, London – UK

July 9th, 2015



What a sweet confection of color, whimsy, and exquisite footwear! Nick Leith-Smith Architecture + Design had the, I am certain, distinct pleasure of working with Manolo Blahnik, once again, to design his boutique within Harrods.

Maison Souquet Hotel by Studio Jacques Garcia, Paris – France

June 26th, 2015



Ah, Paris! Acknowledged around the planet as the ultimate city of love, this specific reputation, however, also has a saucier side with a similar appeal.

De Farine & D’eau Fraîche pastry boutique by Surface3, Montreal

March 9th, 2012

De Farine & D’eau Fraîche is a pastry boutique, whose concept is founded on love, naiveté, and escapism. In designing the space, Surface3 sought to capture the essence of pastries and the way we enjoy them in a way that is simple, magical and lasting; from the exchange of pastries as a ritual signifying love and friendship, to the pleasure inherent in simple indulgence.

Noon 5 by El Schmid for Zeitraum

December 28th, 2011

The desire for simplicity and the pleasure in pure design led to a geometrical abstraction of natural branch forms. The NOON range of lamps is rigidly constructed, the glassine lampshades give a soft light. The dark patina, and the waxed finish give the browned iron a soft and warm appearance.

ÚNICO MUSK packaging by Lavernia & Cienfuegos

September 9th, 2011

Musk is a highly valued substance in perfumery. It is very frequently used to give body and quality to many perfumes. Its delicate aroma evokes purity, clean skin, peacefulness, smoothness.

Habitat Antique by Facet Studio, Osaka

July 26th, 2011

Located at a residential area in Japan is a small shop which sells antiques. “Antiques” are objects which are, different from manufactured products, becoming increasingly charming together with the passing of time. Furthermore, it is also dependant on the location and era of collection that the objects possess their own individuality. The characteristic of this shop is that there is only one of each item, honouring their individuality.