by admin ~ December 15th, 2010
I found this London furniture and design firm via Cool Hunting. Pinch is the joint venture of husband and wife team, Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon. Their design of English holistic company, Neals Yard, headquarters in Dorset (images below) showcases both a really striking use of furniture and design details. See more here.
by brooklynmodern ~ December 12th, 2010
by admin ~ October 27th, 2010
Amsterdam Modern, located in the west coast hipster neighborhood of Silverlake, has some really nice and affordable vintage pieces. Here are some samples of their recent offerings.
FRISO KRAMER REFORM TABLE WITH 6 RESULT PLYWOOD CHAIRS Friso Kramer / Ahrend de Cirkel / Netherlands. Table alone is $1150, Chairs are $325ea (Style SJ001gr) 63 x 31.5 x 29.25
STACKING RETRO INDUSTRIAL DINING CHAIRS Stacking School Industrial Chairs in Natural Birch Plywood and Dark Stained Birch and Steel Frame. 16.25 x 18 x 32 $75.00 S347 (48 available)
DANISH TEAK DESK CHAIR Black Skai Upholstery, Studding Detail and Nice Mid-Century Lines 23.5 x 21 x 34 $195.00 SJ069 (1 available)
by admin ~ October 21st, 2010
A very interesting story and slide show about a recently constructed modernist-inspired home in Austin, TX via the New York Times Home & Garden section.
by brooklynmodern ~ September 22nd, 2010
Check out The Tough Guys story about Dutch Designers at watch the slide show
by brooklynmodern ~ July 24th, 2010
East Village Studio; New York City
jordan parnass digital architecture
The American Institute of Architects is once again proving that diminutive architecture can still deliver with its selections for the sixth annual Small Project Awards.
Established to recognize small-project practitioners and to promote excellence in the field, the awards program is divided into three categories: Architecture in the Public Interest, Small Project Objects for entries with construction budgets of $50,000 or less, and Small Project Structures for entries with construction budgets of up to $500,000. Visit Full Article.
by brooklynmodern ~ July 22nd, 2010
kk.org selects and reviews everything from Dwellings to Backpacking.
The tool tote above was found in General Purpose Tools.
by brooklynmodern ~ July 14th, 2010
I had a nice look through Joseph Sandy’s site. Some of his work is made from reclaimed wood and he’s got a downloadable layout of a Usonian house. Plus a cool link to: http://whatwedoissecret.org/