The home of art director André Wyst, and children's shop owner Ines Colmorgen. I had actually overlooked the giant Eames Hang-It-All in the first photo as my brain interpreted the size relation as being a result of perspective! A great piece, perfectly coordinating with the Eames fiberglass chairs, and transforming the Eames' highly functional design into a purely sculptural objet d'art. The rest of their home is furnished in the same whimsical and colorful manner, with furnishings by Jean Prouvé, Ilmari Tapiovaara, and Poul Henningsen.
See the rest of the shoot at freundevonfreunden.
This video is an introduction to Martin's new project and forthcoming album "Smash". A promising follow-up to their great first collaboration on Boys & Girls for Jean Paul Gaultier.
Via Dragonette's Facebook.
Tim Marlow relaxing on an olive green Arne Jacobsen Swan at White Cube Gallery, photographed by Todd Selby for Louis Vuitton.
... at the Lofts at Hollywood and Vine. Featuring raw concrete and steel, combined with the luxurious touches of gold velvet and chrome lounge chairs by Milo Baughman, and a marble and chrome coffee table by Florence Knoll.
A wealth of modernist gems are being offered in Wright's upcoming July 10th Mass Modern auction. These are my favorite picks:
A rare Zen lounge chair by Kwok Hoi Chan.
A 3 armed Italian floor lamp in brass, glass, and enameled steel.
A pair of Gae Aulenti lounge chairs.
An Arne Jacobsen Seagull (Lily) Chair.
An Charles + Ray Eames/Alexander Girard La Fonda Chair with rare custom upholstery.
A Mathieu Matégot perforated steel bar cart.
A Christian Dell double-armed desk lamp.
A double-armed Italian wall lamp.
A Finn Juhl occasional chair.
A lounge chair and pair of nightstands both by Paul McCobb.
A Pietro Chiesa brass and glass pendant lamp.
A Dorothy Draper cherry dresser.
A table lamp and wall sconces both by Arredoluce.
Hand-shaped Art deco door handles.
A Paul Evans bookcase.
A-framed leather folding chairs by Lubke.
A pair of Gideon Kramer Ion pedestal tables.
A stool attributed to Michel Boyer.
An expanding dining table by Milo Baughman.
A Gucci Rhinoceros box.
Handbags by Paco Rabanne and Stephen Sprouse/Louis Vuitton.
Damien Hirst and Christopher Woll skateboard decks from Supreme's Artist Series.
See the full preview here.
An etheral composition of concrete and glass by Shelton, Mindel, and Associates, known simply as Residence 0310 on their online portfolio.
Complimenting this incredible space are some rare and fine pieces of 20th Century modern design, including lamps by Edouard-Wilfred Buquet, Serge Mouille; Charlotte Perriand chair, bench, sconces and bookcase; Jean Royère sofas, armchairs, and a huge beautiful wall lamp; Jean Prouvé daybed, tables, and chairs; Georges Jouve table lamps; Kaare Klint tufted leather modular seating system, Arne Jacobsen leather Drop chair; and pair of Mathieu Matégot lounge chairs.
See more photos at Shelton Mindel.
A pair of classic Milo Baughman lounge chairs upholstered in tufted chocolate brown leather.
A classic Nils Landberg Dusk Series vase for Orrefors.
A rare wine glass caddy by Mathieu Matégot in trellis-patterned perforated steel.
Two pairs of modernist pedestal tables in teak, brass, and walnut, designer unknown.
A lyrical brass sconce featuring a shade in etched and cased glass, by Lightolier.
A chic 1970s Italian table lamp in honey-colored burl and brass, designer unknown.
Many more great finds to come in the next week.
All via Modern Love.