Archive for January, 2010
Enamel vessel, from “June Schwarcz, Forty Years, Forty Pieces”, Catalog, San Francisco Craft & Folk Art Museum, 1998 June Schwarcz is playing a trick with us – she makes metal look like paper or fabric. I adore the transformation. And I love the material quality. It’s somehow humble. Not glossy, it’s matte, rough, misshapen … [...]
In it’s own words ” Otto is a design eye through which the international architecture and design community sees itself and everything around it.” We read otto-otto frequently but missed this posting from Monday – just caught it today. I guess we were busy!
The New York Times is the first to write about our ottomans. Rima Sugi interviewed us for it last Friday and it was published today. You can see it in Currents I Décor, in the Home & Garden section, or click here.
Natural bamboo necklace, 2001. From Contemporary Japanese Jewellery. The artist has carved delicately poised and sensual forms, working in harmony with the bamboo. These photographs in themselves are stunning works of art – for their forms, composition, and lighting and for the way the photographer has pulled out the qualities of bamboo. Neither necklace is [...]
Matthias, from our first collection, 2009 What’s happening? Off she goes! Off we go… We launch our press campaign this Thursday. If you would like a Press Pack please write to ‘mail at designbius dot com’, or leave a message below.