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Monthly Archives: August 2009
Derlot is fresh in New Zealand. Alexander Lotersztain, company director, furniture and interior designer, is making a noticeable impression in the design world.
Lotersztain has participated in international exhibitions with Sputnik, Designers Block London, Tokyo, Milano, New York, San Francisco, Berlin, Moscow and one of his own products is now part of the design Collection at the Pompidou Museum in Paris.
Derlot’s design epitomizes classical simplicity and his product has an overall design balance that invokes form and function and includes the environment and the user.
Lerod, Twig and Stump are the outdoor furniture collections creating great attention right now – perfect for any corporate or residential setting.
Sydney was Design central with Saturday in Design. Highlights of the day –
The whimsical Lzf Lamps Tunnel: Ke-Zu created a romantic experience walking through Lzf’s Pod and Poppy Lamps; the secret garden by Good Manors on their terrace was magical while providing enchanting spaces to sit back and reflect on the day.
Designer food @ Ke-Zu and Core Furniture/Light2: Ten designers came together in this design extravaganza, with a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds. Each company created designs for sushi made by chefs from the Ivy’s acclaimed Sushi Choo restaurant. The sushi didn’t last more than 5 minutes.
Stylecraft partnered with Bills to provide a day of design, food and GECA environmental discussions while the graduating students from Whitehouse Institute of Design designed an original installation for the Stylecraft Showroom created with reused folders. Inspirational!
Living Edge had been running a miniature chair competition in the lead up to SID: The brief was simple – they supply two Chandon Sparkling corks and designers must design their own miniature chair masterpiece. The creations were unique and exciting ranging from loungers, to ottomans and high back chairs.