• Coup de coeur: the Flamenco Lamp
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    Coup de coeur: the Flamenco Lamp

    Inspired by the movement of the flamenco dancer’s flounced skirt, the Flamenca lamp creates a playful light. The sinuous shape of this lamp allows to reflect the light by creating effects on its two-tone acrylic structure. You turn on or off the lamp by touching it on the metal plate. When the metal plate is pressed, the lamp goes into “dance” mode and the lighting varies. The lamp brings a pleasant atmosphere and carries the emotion of the art of Flamenco. (Photo credits: http://www.qisdesign.com )

  • Coup de coeur: The Olivier Grégoire Eclosion sofa
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    Coup de coeur: The Olivier Grégoire Eclosion sofa

    We love the Eclosion sofa by Olivier Gregoire, a French designer who designed a seat that combines sofa and futon. This sofa bench project has a zipper that when opened opens to “hatching”. It is actually an inflatable air pocket as desired to get the ideal tilt as desired. Heart stroke ! ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/9851692906033595/ ) Olivier Gregoire’s website: http://www.oliviergregoire.com/

  • Coup de coeur: The Scarfty Lamp by Decorkuznetsov
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    Coup de coeur: The Scarfty Lamp by Decorkuznetsov

    The Ukrainian studio Decorkuznetsov (Valeriy Kuznetsov and Ekaterina Kuznetsova) has developed a series of warmly dressed knit lamps. With a steel structure and a knitted shade of Peruvian wool, these lamps take the form of a sweater where the colors vary the light. Heart stroke ! Knitted lampshades are like pullovers, some of which even have sleeves. An original idea and nice to warm the atmosphere of your interior. ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/201395414560635632/ ) Learn more at http://decorkuznetsov.com/

  • Coup de coeur: an ironing board in a drawer
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    Coup de coeur: an ironing board in a drawer

    Often cumbersome, difficult to store or left in place in a dedicated room, the ironing table annoys us when not in use. Heart for this storage idea! Ideal for small spaces, this ironing board, integrated in a drawer is an ingenious idea. We open the drawer when used and it closes after use to easily hide and store our ironing board! Blow of heart for this beautiful idea! ) (source:

  • Coup de coeur: Lumio, a portable lamp that folds like a book
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    Coup de coeur: Lumio, a portable lamp that folds like a book

    Lumio is a portable lamp that opens and closes like a book. The presence of magnets allows to install it on any surface and its autonomy is 8 hours. Designed by architect Max Gunawan, inspired by the idea of ​​a modular home that could bend and enter a car, the Lumio lamp was born, simpler regarding its realization. Simple and intuitive, the lamp turns on automatically and turns off when you open and close the lid. A design with a flexible and durable spine helps control the brightness by adjusting the angle without switch or button. Like a laptop, Lumio can plug anywhere or be permanently installed. An integrated battery…

  • Coup de coeur: Remake Magnet, the modular light
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    Coup de coeur: Remake Magnet, the modular light

    “Remake Magnet” is a series of reconfigurable shapes for illuminating and decorating interiors. This playful object can create a wall lamp, disassemble itself, modify itself, to decompose and recompose the light according to your mood. These luminescent blocks are connected and fixed thanks to a system of magnets. The shapes fit together to create lines, shapes and surfaces of light. The magnets hold the blocks firmly to each other. A beautiful creation! ) (source: http://www.gnr8.biz/product_info.php?products_id=262&products_name=Remake%20Light%20Magnet )

  • Coup de coeur: "Damaged Stock" by Rebecca Asquith
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    Coup de coeur: "Damaged Stock" by Rebecca Asquith

    A table whose feet are leather! Directed by designer Rebecca Asquith, this table “Damadge Stock” is a first experimentation of the use of leather as a base. Here is this wonderful achievement: The title refers to the “damaged” parts of the leather. Scars or sores of the animal, the leather was sewn to the table top. This is the first experimental piece of the artist that simply scalded the material to harden it. Heart stroke ! Find the table and find out more about Rebecca Asquith: http://www.rebeccaasquith.com/