OSTERIA OGGIAh, Mondays! Always making me feel so inspired. Are you still with me? Who is out there reading this blog? If you're there, would you agree that amazing Studios like Studio Gram are gems that we should have more of in this world. People like these, doing great work make me feel incredibly motivated and hungry to see more creatives rise to the top by thinking outside the box. Osteria Oggi is just of of the excellent projects make by this group of Aussies and it blew my mind. The simplicity but organic feel of this restaurant is captivating.
Images: Studio Gram
Austere Lamp x Hans VerstuyftI'm admiring this stunning lamp by the geniuses over at Hans Verstuyft Architecten designed for Trizo21 - Hans Verstuyft Architecten stand out for their sober approach, always reducing instead of adding unnecessary features. They believe that "Sober works often have a strong appearance." and I completely agree.
Kristina Krogh's New CollectionKristina Krogh Studio is a multidisciplinary arts and design studio based in Copenhagen established by graphic designer and artist Kristina Krogh in 2012. Geometrics, contrasts, patterns and distinctively different textures are some of the things Kristina love and are strongly represented in her work. Her inspiration comes from places and objects that surrounds her; a beautiful old parquet, a marble floor in a church, stained glass windows, a bike ride through the streets of Copenhagen – among many other things. Her new collection maintains her minimalistic approach while injecting more colour and beautiful patterns and textures. As a fan / client of the Studio I advice you check out her online shop.
Images Kristina Krogh Studio
S H A I N A M O T E S T U D I OA review of Shaina Mote’s clean pared down collections wouldn’t typically be associated with a youthful designer, but once you’ve met the woman herself it all makes sense. Mote’s kind and humble demeanor speaks back to the gracefulness shown through each season, saying volumes about how she exceeds her years through the skill in her craft . . .
via The Dreslyn