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Memento by Geraldine Spilker"French-German design student Geraldine Spilker has developed a process of binding ashes with resin, creating a tactile object from cremated remains. The object is completely biodegradable, so the remains can be returned to the earth when the family is ready.” Dezeenhttp://geraldinespilker.com

Memento by Geraldine Spilker
"French-German design student Geraldine Spilker has developed a process of binding ashes with resin, creating a tactile object from cremated remains. 
The object is completely biodegradable, so the remains can be returned to the earth when the family is ready.” Dezeen
http://geraldinespilker.com



The Northern ConnectionOur Legacy rolls out collection after collection of great men’s wear - well designed,   beautifully manufactured and good looking shoes, jeans, pants, shirts, sweaters, jackets and coats. Messrs Christopher Nying and Jockum Hallin, the founder of the label, started in 2005 with a small range of fitted t-shirts and then expanded their doing from there. The brand’s success is rooted in the tailored fit and versatility of its garments. And then there is the fruitful cooperation with the boys of Très Bien Shop - basically their neighbors. Trés Bien was founded just shortly after Our Legacy in 2006 by brothers Simon and Hannes Hogeman together with childhood friends Björn Lindén and Jakob Törnberg and significantly helped to establish the young fashion brand. Once again the North looks like one of the stronger engines of innovation in men’s fashion.http://www.ourlegacy.sehttp://tres-bien.com

The Northern Connection
Our Legacy rolls out collection after collection of great men’s wear - well designed,   beautifully manufactured and good looking shoes, jeans, pants, shirts, sweaters, jackets and coats.
Messrs Christopher Nying and Jockum Hallin, the founder of the label, started in 2005 with a small range of fitted t-shirts and then expanded their doing from there. The brand’s success is rooted in the tailored fit and versatility of its garments. And then there is the fruitful cooperation with the boys of Très Bien Shop - basically their neighbors. Trés Bien was founded just shortly after Our Legacy in 2006 by brothers Simon and Hannes Hogeman together with childhood friends Björn Lindén and Jakob Törnberg and significantly helped to establish the young fashion brand.
Once again the North looks like one of the stronger engines of innovation in men’s fashion.
http://www.ourlegacy.se
http://tres-bien.com

Ribbed Stones Tea Garden#TomasAlonso at Art Basel, Design/Miami for Belgium designart dealer Victor Hunt.http://www.tomas-alonso.com

Ribbed Stones Tea Garden
#TomasAlonso at Art Basel, Design/Miami for Belgium designart dealer Victor Hunt.
http://www.tomas-alonso.com


Fibre-wrapped Concrete Artist Sarah Lucas has discovered her love for concept furniture.MDF, breeze blocks, numbered edition signed and stamped.http://www.sadiecoles.com

Fibre-wrapped Concrete
Artist Sarah Lucas has discovered her love for concept furniture.
MDF, breeze blocks, numbered edition signed and stamped.
http://www.sadiecoles.com


MarmorealCurator Brent Dzekciorius and Design-prodigy Max Lamb teamed up and created a multi-use stone called 'Marmoreal' as well as a striking six-pieces series of furniture. Yes, it’s nothing new, it’s Terrazzo Project-inspired and Shiro Kuramata (second image) did something similar in the 1980s, but they also came up with a handcrafted, well-presented story and a simply stunning webpage realization. But see for yourself:http://www.dzekdzekdzek.com

Marmoreal
Curator Brent Dzekciorius and Design-prodigy 
Max Lamb teamed up and created a multi-use stone called 'Marmoreal' as well as a striking six-pieces series of furniture. Yes, it’s nothing new, it’s Terrazzo Project-inspired and Shiro Kuramata (second image) did something similar in the 1980s, but they also came up with a handcrafted, well-presented story and a simply stunning webpage realization. But see for yourself:
http://www.dzekdzekdzek.com

AISSO Shop / Atelier There is a new place in Basel where beautiful things - small ones and bigger ones too - feel at home. Run by Swiss fashion and jewelry designer Jenny Nyfeler the 1-room shop located just opposite the neo-Gothic Matthäus church - notabene the highest chapel in town, built on solid Gotthardgranit - offers a ever changing range of unexceptional nice, handmade objects. Aisso Shop / AtelierMüllheimerstrasse 874057 Basel http://aissoaisso.tumblr.comhttp://aisso.ch

AISSO Shop / Atelier
There is a new place in Basel where beautiful things - small ones and bigger ones too - feel at home. Run by Swiss fashion and jewelry designer Jenny Nyfeler the 1-room shop located just opposite the
neo-Gothic Matthäus church - notabene the highest chapel in town, built on solid Gotthardgranit - offers a ever changing range of unexceptional nice, handmade objects. 

Aisso Shop / Atelier
Müllheimerstrasse 87
4057 Basel 


http://aissoaisso.tumblr.com
http://aisso.ch


Economy Class Legs, Yngve HolenBorn 1982 in Braunschweig, Germany, Yngve studied architecture in Vienna before becoming a Master of Sculpture at Stäldelschule. Now he lives and works in Berlin. If you are in Berlin, here’s the place:032c WorkshopBrunnenstrasse 910119 Berlinhttp://novembremagazine.com/

Economy Class Legs, Yngve Holen
Born 1982 in Braunschweig, Germany, Yngve studied architecture in Vienna before becoming a Master of Sculpture at Stäldelschule. Now he lives and works in Berlin. If you are in Berlin, here’s the place:

032c Workshop

Brunnenstrasse 9
10119 Berlin

http://novembremagazine.com/


Mollo, Philippe MalouinIt’s his first work for British furniture brand Established & Sons.It’s made out of foam and nothing else.http://www.philippemalouin.com/welcome.html

Mollo, Philippe Malouin
It’s his first work for British furniture brand Established & Sons.
It’s made out of foam and nothing else.
http://www.philippemalouin.com/welcome.html



No.2, Beni Bischof: me, myself & IThe second exhibition by TABLEAU shows new works by Swiss artist Beni Bischof. On display are diagrams that reflect his life in a surprising and ironic way. Bischof (1976) lives and works in St.Gallen.Bischof’s work is ­characterised through its cynical humour and apparent inclination to chaos. He moves mainly inside the classical genres of painting, sculpture and drawing. In terms of content, the young artist from St.Gallen cannot be reduced to any specific topic.
TABLEAU is a new place for visual art in a public area. It is located in the immediate proximity of Bellvue, Stadelhofen train station and Kunsthaus Zurich. There will be two exhibitions per annum, which will be open to the public 365 days a year. Curation & direction: Marcus Kraft
http://tableauzurich.org

No.2, Beni Bischof: me, myself & I
The second exhibition by TABLEAU shows new works by Swiss artist Beni Bischof. On display are diagrams that reflect his life in a surprising and ironic way. Bischof (1976) lives and works in St.Gallen.

Bischof’s work is ­characterised through its cynical humour and apparent inclination to chaos. He moves mainly inside the classical genres of painting, sculpture and drawing. In terms of content, 
the young artist from St.Gallen cannot be reduced to any specific topic.

TABLEAU is a new place for visual art in a public area. It is located in the immediate proximity of Bellvue, Stadelhofen train station and Kunsthaus Zurich. There will be two exhibitions per annum, which will be open to the public 365 days a year. Curation & direction: Marcus Kraft

http://tableauzurich.org