:time for chill

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.for sure I’ll not stop with my posting today, in d last period I am not so active in posting but still d collection is wider. I really like this urban stage construction in Brussels it’s different then d other environment, eclectic but still acceptable for d eyes. kind of relaxing, huge but still warm .. maybe cause of d color.

Arne Quinze and his project are d next thing on :d white blog!

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:lovely park for chill, what do u say. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:time.to.study

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:I’ll share this post in silence, I am lazy to write, d installation speaks about learning, and learning is listening, not only telling this and that .. time to study!
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:Eva Kotátková, Educational Model: Construction for Sitting, Reading, Writing, Drawing, and Learning, 2009

 

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!take ur blue chair or half of iT!

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:so, what’s next? – I’m really happy when I share things, art pieces that I like. ..it’s really not a problem for me to make this so called white blogging very often. sometimes d works speak for themselves so it’s not necessary someone as me to write about them, how beautiful they are, how shiny they are etc.. u enjoy d photos from d Installation by Yoichi Yamamoto Architects titled “2D/3D CHAIRS,”

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The back of the chairs stand up from the stage, while the legs of the chairs are drawings on the floor of the stage.
If you look at the installation from one point in front of the shop window, the back of the chairs, which are three-dimensional objects, and the legs of the chairs, which are two-dimensional drawings, meet and create a single figure.” . ..if u want to read more really u can go and read @ dezeen or designboom;

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:amazing, a? – mow I can write tones about d complexity of this work, but I prefer to skip my will and enjoy d simplicity that glows from d beauty of this blue chairs. amazing installation indeed, Yoichi Yamamoto (1975) & Yayoi Ito (1979) – check their web page: have done a great job with d perspective, combing of two messages in one line, d ambient and with d project like whole.

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?do u enjoy this installation, u think is clever idea for a boutique vitrine. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:yes, IKEA is white. .. & goes to theater

IKEA, which is known for its affordable and stylish offerings,
has contributed to the set design of two operas, ‘The Bell’
by Gaetono Donizzetti and ‘Gianni Schicchi’ by Giacomo Puccini

If we speak about today modern art, we need not to forgot to mention the new thing* that comes from IKEA. Hey I’ll not write on my blog about marketing stuff, I know is not blog about that, but u know IKEA is doin’ some “art stuff” too u know?!

Well, we’ll not speak about how arty their things are, but in d nowadays design their products pretty enough fit with d space of lots of homes, houses, apartments etc. The last thing that comes from their office is d thing* that I want to mention here on this blog. It’s about d last collaboration that IKEA made & is incredible to believe but yes, they were responsible for d stage design of two opera shows.

I found this information this mornin’ and I was pretty surprised too, but wait on: I think they’ve done pretty good job there. Besides that their furniture fits d stage, they also look fantastic there. Great one, kudos for d one who get d idea to buy d products that he need for d stage design from there, and asking them friendly if they want to collaborate.

Some of d elements are on d open list of products and available for everyone that will purchase. ..not sure if u want to transfer ur life in opera theater story, but my opinion is that IKEA are becoming better then ever. Cheap, simple, easy materials but still esthetically beautiful.

The furniture pieces from the Swedish retailer were used for stage design of two classic operas, which are not related to either to modern house design or the history of furniture in any way. The brand, which likes to experiment with colors and forms, now has entered a new universe, the opera one, by contributing to the settings of the operas at Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa.

‘The Bell’ takes place inside of the house of a newly-wed couple. Along with the costumes and props, the chairs, tables and buffets communicate their location and social status. The flexible quality of the pieces allowed them to be moved and arranged by the actors, becoming a key component of the play,” says designboom.

:It was about a time when d furniture companies will start adapt to d need of all fields, theater stage is perfect place to explore and invent designs that will bring one story more visibly to d audience, and this stylish furniture used here just open d doors and present d proper way. 🙂

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:what do u Think about IKEA, u like them? Do you have some of their furniture in ur house, are they enough artistic to work in d art spaces or just to much industrialist & good for regular environment?You can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og facebook page