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Loft Evo Chair in yellow

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Let me start this morning with the Loft Evo chair by Zbigniew Strzebonski.

And yes this is a chair that would fit in my interior ... not sure what I like best about it the color or the geometric shape or the way it has been photographed ... 

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My Infinite Home Tool by Jolien Hanemaaijer

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When I (=Rachelle, intern at Bloesem) am travelling, I always get this curious vibe over me while looking at all the other travellers around me. The questions that come to mind are where are they going and what do they carry in their suitcase or backpack?

Dutch Designer Jolien Hanemaaijer thought of a solution that will calm down my curiosity. 

She created this wonderful project named My Infinite Home Tool that I absolutely love! This project exists of 2 portable suitcases, one regular suitcase and one you can carry as backpack, you can use these objects as cabinets or you can take them with you to carry around! Her work got nominated for aDMY Award 2012 in Berlin (DMY Berlin is an international design network for contemporary product design.)..... MORE

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This project was inspired from her own personal experience while travelling and having to live out of a suitcase. These 2 suitcases will bring you freedom and adventure that you get from travelling into you daily live.

Jolien graduated from the Royal Academy of Art (The Hague) in the department of Textile Design. After she graduated she started her own design label named Hanemaai.

Read more stories about the infinite Home tool here and here and who knows maybe you too will get inspired to fill up a suitcase and show it to the world! ~Rachelle intern at Bloesem

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..Jolien Hanemaaijer 

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Milan 2012: Studio Zeta

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And speaking of copper ... how about a whole bike made of copper! While Lisette was in Milan visiting the Milan furniture fair 2012 she spotted Dutch designer Bart van Heesch at Studio zeta. He was one of fifty recent Design Academy Eindhoven graduates chosen to exhibit in Milan. And although he was there showcasing his luxaflex made from circles of brass  (see the images below in this post) . I also love to show this incredible bike and the cool accessories from him. 

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Another graduate who made it to THE '50' in Milan is Eva Smeltkop with her Refrigerator 02. A small, transparent storage appliance, in which sweets and snacks not only keep well, but also look good. Thank you Lisette for the images!

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More info about Studio Zeta and The 50 design graduates is right here. 

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In the Picture: Flowerpot Family by Verner Panton

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In the picture today an all-time favorite of mine the Flowerpot(s)  by Verner Panton.  The Flowerpot is a design icon and truly has stood the test of time.  Awarded many times for his genius designs Verner Panton brought the Flowerpot in 1969 to the stage and and named it after the happy days of Flower Power. The orange one in the image above is the FlowerPot table lamp VP3.

Finding an orignal vintage one form that era is probaly nicest but I would easily buy a new one. Many online shops have them available and &Tradition from Denmark is the current manufacturor.

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The two images above are also from the Flower Pot family, called the VP4. More info here at &Tradition.

 

 

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Milan 2012: Paola Lenti

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Photo credit: Lisette Scheers

... the amazing outdoor collection by Paola Lenti blew Lisette away! And it confirms one more time how important colors are. The ton-sur-ton styling works just perfect and I wish I could have walked around in this garden myself. 

If you could choose which gaden set would you get, the fuchsia, the blue or the ocre? I am in love with the pink wall. 

I will leave you just with these images today ... enough inpsiration I believe

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..Paola Lenti

Photo credit: Lisette Scheers

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Milan 2012: Skitsch

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Skitsch: is an Italian design innovative company working with established and emerging designers from arounf the globe. 

Skitsch Forward was their motto in Milan 2012 and the name of their new collection. Including the coffee table, Paradise by Stefan Schöning. A white ceramic tray, standing on a white slender metal support.

And the very cool illustrations by Victor Hachmang and Willford Barrington

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..Skitsch

----------------------------------- All images above are by Lisette Scheers

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