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Bisazza Bagno, The Hayon Collection

via weheart.co.uk
 

Famous for his fabulously outlandish and opulent interiors – one of our favourites being Camper’s Tokyo outpost – Spanish wonderkid Jaime Hayón has started to make some seriously big waves in the world of product design of late and, having wowed us with his collaborations for London-based Sé at last year’s London Design Festival, he’s giving us some serious bathroom envy with luxury Italian brand Bisazza’s debut bathroom collection.
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11 Years

via Shaping Room | Photo by Hajime Watanabe
 
 
今日は、初代エスパフュームが誕生してから11年。(イメージをクリックすると11年前のサイトへ...)

Today marks the 11th anniversary since the first S-Perfume® was launched in 2000 (eleven in Japanese implies ‘samurai’ and is my favorite number). Forgive this rather personal post, but I wanted to share the first S-Perfume website with our readers. Click the image!

James Welling’s The Glass House

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via NOWNESS | Photo by James Welling
 
 
We just can’t get enough of the Glass House…

The Photographer’s Impressionistic View of Philip Johnson’s Architectural Wonder

From 2006 to 2009, LA-based photographer James Welling made several trips to Philip Johnson’s Connecticut retreat, to capture the modern marvel in all aspects and seasons. The series of photos are collected in Welling’s forthcoming book The Glass House, which we preview in the exclusive images above. “It reminded me of my [architect] uncle’s house: It was nowhere near as grand, but had glass walls and looked out onto a little lake,” the Connecticut native says of his attraction to the structure, built in 1949 on a 47-acre plot of land just outside New Canaan.
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Miller House and Garden

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via Architectural Record | Photo: Indianapolis Museum of Art
 
美しいのぉ...

The house that architect Eero Saarinen completed in 1957 for J. Irwin Miller and his family in Columbus, Indiana, easily qualifies as a paragon of residential midcentury Modernism. Amazingly, the glass and steel, 6,838-square-foot pavilion, with interiors by Alexander Girard and landscaping by Daniel Kiley, has remained intact all these years. (Suzanne Stephens)
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