on 21st April 2009 | No Comments »
New fragrance by the house of Gucci, named Flora by Gucci, aims at young customers and it was inspired by a floral motive.
The name comes from their “iconic” floral print Flora which was first revealed on a Gucci scarf back in in 1966 for the royal Princess Grace.
Flora is, after Gucci by Gucci, the second fragrance under creative leadership of the house of Giannini from Florence.
on 17th April 2009 | 4 Comments »
Japanese designer Shige Hasegawa has created the Hana Table, which he will be exhibiting at the SaloneSatellite event during the 2009 Milan Furniture Fair.
“Hana” actually means flower in Japanese, which is pretty clearly the inspiration for this table.
Inspired by origami, the Hana table is constructed from five flower pedal-shaped plywood legs which collectively hold up the glass table top without the use of additional screws or bolts.
on 7th April 2009 | 1 Comment »
Barcelona’s new wholesale flower market — Mercabarna-Flor — near the Barcelona International Airport was designed by Willy Muller Architects.
The most striking features of the new market are the multi-faceted angular roof structure and the multi-colored outer shell inspired by an aerial view of flower fields in full bloom. Source
on 18th February 2009 | No Comments »
With the game Flower, Jenova Chen and the developers at thatgamecompany wanted to create a dreamland that players could escape to.
The result is a colorful, efflorescent downloadable game for Sony’s PlayStation 3 that plants players in the role of the wind, transforming bleak landscapes into verdant ones.
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on 25th January 2009 | 1 Comment »
Lighting up the street, these plastic flowers and bushes are coated and molded with special glow paint.
Created by Pent Talvet & Kristian Paljasma, these special paints called “Luminaarparaad” absorb the solar energy during the day and thus glow at night.
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on 13th December 2008 | 4 Comments »
SICIS has released a brilliant “Flower Power” glass tiles collection that are certainly worth a look for an upcoming redesign that classy bathroom of yours.
A whole wall can become a work of art, with a floor to ceiling pattern of flowers. Or, you can use the tiles to highlight certain areas such as the fireplace, sink or shower.
Though heavy on the eyes, this vibrant pattern and its rich colors of the sunflowers, daisies, waterlilies, gerberas and poppies will definitely turn your bathroom into a work of art !