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WARSTEINER in Hotel BLOOM!, Brussel

By on Apr 18, 2014

For over three years, Warsteiner has been supporting the Dutch art & fashion scene and creative initiatives with Warsteiner Art. This is Warsteiner’s way of bringing together creative people who generate exceptional crossovers. To celebrate that Warsteiner is now being served in the Brussels Hotel BLOOM!, Warsteiner has instigated a long-lasting collaboration in the form of their own Warsteiner Art Space in Hotel BLOOM! For their first project, Warsteiner joins forces with TonTon Club. Specifically for Warsteiner, they have designed a unique Blacklight Airhockey Room (B.A.R.) with a personalised touch by typographic designer Pieter Ceizer. As of now the Blacklight Airhockey Room (B.A.R.) can be discovered in Hotel BLOOM!, the unparalleled design hotel in the heart of Brussels in which none of the rooms share the same concept. Each room is unique and features its own fresco...

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By on Apr 15, 2014

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BISON MADE – STROP RAZOR CASE

By on Apr 15, 2014

This is surely a wonderful piece of craftsmanship, the Bison razor strop Case. The wooden case protects the razor while transport from shocks and other external factors. When the case is closed, it turns into a strop made ​​from the finest calf leather, which is fixed by a wonderful mechanics of brass....

ARCHIST // What Would A House Designed By Mondrian Or Anish Kapoor Look Like?

By on Mar 16, 2014

What Would A House Designed By Mondrian Or Anish Kapoor Look Like? This is a question Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina asked himself in a recently unveiled project, titled ‘Archist.’ It is all about looking at the connection between architecture and the visual arts, a project that comprises a series of illustrations of imaginary buildings inspired by famous works of art. The resulting images demonstrate what Federico Babina believes is the ”implicit partnership between Architecture and Art.” The facade is sometimes treated as a canvas decorated with a well-known piece of art, while in other cases, inspiration is drawn from the artist’s overall output to create an inventive architectural composition. List of artists: Keith Haring, Sol LeWitt, Anish Kapoor, Salvador Dalí, Marcel Duchamp, Pablo Picasso, Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Donald Judd,...

Aether Cone

By on Mar 13, 2014

More than 20 million tracks, Internet radio stations and podcasts are all available in the database of the Aether Cone. The smart system is able to learn and remember what you last heard and what content you most prefer. The controls are simple: You turn the dial to play the music, and if you liek what you hear, more like it will be played. If you want to change your selection, just turn the dial again. The button in the center serves as a pause button, but also gives you th echance to say a command to the device. A great little box, that does the thinking for you. Love it! ) More than 20 million tracks, Internet radio stations and podcasts are all available in the database of the Aether Cone. The smart system is able to learn and remember what you last heard and what content you most prefer. The controls are simple, turn the dial to play, if you like what you hear, you wiull hear more...

WORKWEAR INSPIRED TAILORING // Denham

By on Mar 9, 2014

Ideas like dressing-up/dressing-down, “casual fridays” and street-to-office flexibility have been around since the 90’s. Times have changed but the need for versatility has only increased. Besides simple comfort and a natural feel, the dynamic new garment-dyed stretch gaberdine styles represent Denham’s modern spin on multipurpose wardrobe staples, which finds its origins in the brain of Liam Maher. Liam Maher is the Design Director for Denham. Maher works with Jason and a small team to ensure the ongoing evolution of Denham’s distinct design signature. In this role he directs the development of the themes and concepts that tie together each of the label’s seasonal collections, but above all seeks to bring back the Workwear culture of the past. In my recent visit to the showroom and creative hub of Denham, I found myself in the attic room of Maher, listening as he told me...

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