The Contemporialist

Collecting the world around me
Milano Design Week 2014
Marsotto edizioni is pleased to present: working on marble. Designers:  JASPER MORRISON, KONSTANTIN GRCIC, NAOTO FUKASAWA, PHILIPPE NIGRO, ROSS LOVEGROVE, STUDIO IRVINE 

Milano Design Week 2014

Marsotto edizioni is pleased to present: working on marble.
Designers:
JASPER MORRISON, KONSTANTIN GRCIC, NAOTO FUKASAWA, PHILIPPE NIGRO, ROSS LOVEGROVE, STUDIO IRVINE 

(Source: marsotto-edizioni.com)

Erddig collection designed by Steven Gambrel for The Urban Electric Co. From its roots as a small lantern studio, The Urban Electric Co. has grown over the past decade into a global presence in the shelter industry, celebrating a rich heritage of distinctive bench-made lighting fixtures. The company exudes the very best of past and future, and is passionate about protecting both the tradition and sustainability of artisanal craft.

(Source: urbanelectricco.com)

John Saladino is one of the world’s most distinguished Architectureal and Interior Designers with a reputation for originality and excellence for over 35 years. He leads a large firm of talented, multinational Architects and Designers to create timeless Architecture, Interiors, Landscaping, Restoration and Furniture for an international clientele.

(Source: saladinostyle.com)

Calcatta Gold Marble Bathroom featuring Metal Vanity Legs and Lagos Blue Slab.

Calcatta Gold Marble Bathroom featuring Metal Vanity Legs and Lagos Blue Slab.

DLV is a full-service design/build furniture company based in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Founder Mark de la Vega blurs the line between rugged and refined with his contemporary take on century old techniques.

Employing high quality materials, superior finishes and a distinct Art Deco-meets-rock and roll aesthetic, DLV is committed to creating heirloom pieces that facilitate an elevated lifestyle…and live to tell the story.

(Source: dlvdesigns.com)

Set within a tiny village in Provençe France, lies what appears, upon first glance, to be the ruins of a medieval structure. However, appearances can be deceiving and upon closer inspection one will find nestled seamlessly within the confines of what was once a 12th century monastery the former home of Le Corbusier disciple and well known French architect, Roger Anger (1923-2008).

(Source: blog.thedpages.com)