Selina Rose, felt interior

Selina Rose creates bespoke wool felt surfaces for interiors. Since 2004, Selina has combined her passion for felt & use of state of the art cutting technologies to develop a broad portfolio of unique interior surfaces & products. Her intricately cut, tactile surfaces adorn the walls and floors of high-end

Designer Louise Campbell

Louise Campbell is a Danish furniture and lighting designer. She is a leading figure in contemporary Danish design and experiments with free, unconstrained forms and new technologies. Campbell’s interest in design is focused on furniture and lighting, but she is also involved in product and interior design projects. Some of

Lyngby Vase, Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark

The iconic Lyngby vase was first manufactured in the 1930s. The grooved vases were manufactured by several porcelain factories back then, but the name followed the model that was originally produced in Lyngby by Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark. The Lyngby vase is an unusually beautiful and versatile vase. It lends itself to large

Illustrator Conrad Leach

Conrad Leach is a contemporary artist living in London. His subjects are mostly drawn from the world of film, television and music – iconic figures he felt had influenced his stylistic aesthetic. Guess the most famous ones are pop-art illustration of Jackie Kennedy, Al Pachino, Bob Marley and James Dean. His

Colour me happy, home in Montreal, Canada

colours, Jean Verville

There's something quite special about the spectacular color blocking used in this open-plan apartment in Montréal Canada. The design conceived by architect Jean Verville for a collector of modern art and design objects. Glossy surfaces together with the bright coluors make a divine combination. Info/pictures: via The Designer Pad, and architect

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