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Editor’s Pick: My favourite piece by Ligne Roset on Pinterest

Our favourite Ligne Roset product by Despoke

Ligne Roset asked Despoke to choose a favourite piece from their back catalogue for their Pinterest list. I chose the one and only ‘Rewrite desk’ by Gam Fratesi. To this day, three year’s on from the launch it sits on the top of my wishlist.

Quick recap: The Rewrite desk is a little jewel of modernity and softness. The soundproofed bubble affords protection from both light and external noise and also dampens sounds emanating from within it. The natural, precious materials of which it is composed, walnut and Kvadrat Divina wool, reinforce the overall feeling of softness and security. The functional aspect is covered by a lacquered metal chest, fixed beneath the desk, which conceals transformers and electrical cables, and by a slit cable port in the top of the desk.

Do you agree with my choice?

 

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Handpicked Pin: Dry in style

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Each week we will feature a current pin that has stopped us in our tracks. This image caught our attention, we love the look of collapsible rails in a group. There can be nothing worse than a whole load of washing messing up the interior of the style conscious, so, if you have to display the washing, do in style with folding wall hung rails.

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Image: Frederikke Heiberg

 

Handpicked Pin no.6: Room divider shelves

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Each week we will feature a pin that has stopped us in our tracks. This week we like the room divider/shelving used by interior designer Mikel Irastorza in an apartment in the city of San Sebastian. As an avid collector of vintage ceramics this shelf and its ‘use’ as a room divider fits the bill. The irregular sections frame each piece selected to display a great wall of shape and colour.

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Via: Home Adore

Handpicked Pin no.5: Shelving

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Each week we will feature a pin that has stopped us in our tracks. Skinny shelving / Feels fresh.

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Via: Silje Blaenes

Handpicked Pin no.5: Constructive Kitchen by Studio Mieke Meijer

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Each week we will feature a historical or current pin from any discipline that has stopped us in our tracks. Without further ado we would like to introduce the minimalist Constructive Kitchen by Studio Mieke Meijer the product design studio run by Mieke Meijer and her partner Roy Letterlé.

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Via: Mieke Meijer

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One of the highlights of London Design Festival was the collaborative furniture project between Artists Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen. Watch the video as they walk us through some of their favourite pieces at theirs show at the Viaduct showroom in Clerkenwell. Continue Reading…

Handpicked Pin no.2

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Above: Stoneware service, Tue Polson, Denmark

Each week we will feature a historical or current pin from any discipline that has stopped us in our tracks. Without further ado we would like to introduce the inspirational Stoneware Service from Tue Polson, Denmark. Image as seen in ‘New Design in Ceramics’ by Donald Wilcox, New York, 1970.

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(Source: Wockawock on Tumblr)

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MyAbove: Tree by Myou Ho Lee

Each week we will feature a historical or current pin from any discipline that has stopped us in our tracks. Without further ado we would like to introduce the installation from Myou Ho Lee who frames trees with white backdrops constructed with the help of cranes and ropes. Photoshop is used to delete the ropes from the image allowing the fabric to give the impression of  floating in mid air.

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