A Part from Reindeer 01

A Part from Reindeer 01

Designer
Anon Pairot

Nowadays we are living with things full with counterfeit things, sex transforming, plastic surgery, artificial nature, richest cosmetic make-up, a man able to transform to woman, a woman affix to become a man, house is not a home, building is not just an architecture, endeavor of aroma developing beyond than its natural existed till do not know its merit.


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A Part from Eagle 02

A Part from Eagle 02

Designer
Anon Pairot

Nowadays we are living with things full with counterfeit things, sex transforming, plastic surgery, artificial nature, richest cosmetic make-up, a man able to transform to woman, a woman affix to become a man, house is not a home, building is not just an architecture, endeavor of aroma developing beyond than its natural existed till do not know its merit.


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A Part from Eagle 01

A Part from Eagle 01

Designer
Anon Pairot

Nowadays we are living with things full with counterfeit things, sex transforming, plastic surgery, artificial nature, richest cosmetic make-up, a man able to transform to woman, a woman affix to become a man, house is not a home, building is not just an architecture, endeavor of aroma developing beyond than its natural existed till do not know its merit.


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Cell Bar Stool by Anon Pairot

Cell Bar Stool

Designer
Anon Pairot

Moving away from a reliance on industrial design, the cell Easy Chair & Ottoman is designed using the principles of local handcraft techniques, showcasing the beauty and structure of the material utilized while maintaining a modern industrial look.

The light weight sculptural design casts jewel-like shadows that give it a whimsical twist.


Extrudet Chair by Tom Dixon

Made in the UK at The Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design

23 September - 8 January '12

Providence, Rhode Island

The Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design highlights its extraordinary collection of contemporary British art in a major exhibition this fall. Made in the UK: Contemporary Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection richly captures Britain's contemporary art scene as it emerged from World War II to become a prominent force on the world stage today.

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Corona 110 by Barber & Osgerby

Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby at Haunch of Venison

24 September - 19 November '11

London

Acclaimed London based designers Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby will present an ambitious new project for their debut exhibition at Haunch of Venison, London. Barber and Osgerby are two of the most innovative designers working in Britain today. Recently chosen to design the Olympic Torch for the London 2012 Games, they engage in many forms of design, from industrial design to architecture.

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Vase Combination 3 by Stephen Burks

Truth in Form/Reason for Being

29 September - 6 October '11

Chicago

This fall Wright introduces guest-curated exhibitions to Wright 21, the auction house's contemporary design platform. For the inaugural exhibition, Wright turns to the event-based Volume Gallery (VOL) to select intriguing new works by today’s designers.

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Ridley's in Dalston by The Decorators and Atelier Chan Chan

Ridley's in Dalston

by The Decorators and Atelier Chan Chan

London

Ridley’s, a temporary dining experience in Dalston, is a project by The Decorators and Atelier Chan Chan. This group of designers-artists-architects have transformed an exposed yet derelict void in Ridley Road market, into a podium for outdoor eating.

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Perspectives by John Pawson

Perspectives by John Pawson | London Design Festival

19 September - late '11

The Geometric Staircase in St Paul's Cathedral is housing an optical installation, entitled Perspectives, designed by John Pawson as part of the London Design Festival.

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Bike Tours | London Design Week

Bike Tours | London Design Festival

22 - 25 September '11

London

London Design Guide have teamed up with Japanese brand Tokyobike for a second year, offering exciting localised design tours to some of the best exhibitions and events during this year’s London Design Festival.

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collection of seven vessels

Living Contemporary at Wright

15 September '11

Chicago

Wright Auctions are hosting another of their 'Living Contemporary' sales, an ingenious auction category which offers contemporary collectible art and design objects all under the umbrella of contemporary lifestyle.

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‘Fish Skin Bowls’ - Kari Furre

Mint Explores | London Design Festival

17 September – 30 September '11

London

Mint will be presenting the exhibition 'Mint Explores' during the London Design Festival 2011. The show brings together fifty fearless designers, or as Mint calls them 'intrepid expolorers', examining the influence of fashion, material science and indigenous crafts in their designs.

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Hanji-plastic Chair by Design Taiho SHIN

Korea Design | London Design Festival

22 - 25 September '11

London

Korea Design is an exhibition located within 100% design showcasing the best of contemporary Korean furniture, lighting, product and textile design. The show presents the designs of who they feel are the next generation of Korean design leaders alongside the main display.

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Paris Design Week

Paris Design Week

12 - 18 September '11

Paris

Paris’s vitality, the quality of its professional network, its design education, and its sparkling creativity and cultural environment make it a one-of-a-kind international focal point for attracting global talents in search of development and innovation opportunities in the design and lifestyle sectors.

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Holland Park School chair by Pinch Design

designjunction | London Design Festival

22 - 25 September '11

London

Following its debut appearance at the Milan Furniture Fair, designjunction is set to be the premier destination at this year’s London Design Festival, bringing together a stellar line-up of 30 international furniture and lighting brands.

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