Blogger Focus: Bookmarked Finds
- We asked some of our favorite bloggers what they see in the near future for interiors, graphic design, travel, and more.
- In our September 2013 issue, we profiled 18 of our favorite design bloggers, sharing their latest discoveries in furniture, graphic design, travel, architecture, and more.
Spanish designer Jaime Hayón set out to create a sofa for Denmark's Fritz Hansen that was was visually arresting in the round, not just from one angle. He succeeded in his aesthetic endeavor, but we think that this plush design is best experienced as something you curl up into rather than simply cast your eyes upon.
It takes a strong design to hold its own against Fritz Hansen’s long line of classics, but RIN is at least named for the task (it means “to appear courageous” in Japanese).
Understated Scandinavian style is translated to an uncomplicated yet sophisticated chair design, courtesy of Dane Cecilie Manz. The upholstered seat is hand-stitched where the leather piping meets cloth around the contours of its shell.
- Some of our favorite bloggers handpicked design hotspots from around the globe. Here are their answers.
- Republic of Fritz Hansen launched Danish designer Cecilie Manz’s chair and table at this year’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan.
- In 1957, Danish designer Arne Jacobsen created the Grand Prix chair for Fritz Hansen—two years after rising to furniture-design fame with his Series 7 chair and five years after his Ant chair…