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The Loukin Company presents Blu Dot, Avenue Road, KnollTextiles, David Weeks Studio, Moroso, Pulp Studio, Zucchi by Mascioni, and The Herman Miller Collection. www.loukincompany.com

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    bludot:

Classy Stashy. Gives us the Spring feels. Splendid! via @ashleypratt

A beautiful desk scene sets of Blu Dot’s Stash nicely.

    bludot:

    Classy Stashy. Gives us the Spring feels. Splendid! via @ashleypratt

    A beautiful desk scene sets of Blu Dot’s Stash nicely.

    — 2 days ago with 5 notes

    noahadler:

    At Home with Lucia Eames, daughter of Charles Eames, Metropolis, January 2005. (Photography by Misha Gravenor)

    (via charlesandrayeames)

    — 1 week ago with 4 notes
    aplusrdesign:

Oh mighty #cubebot we worship you! Scene from today’s #NYC #design fair @davidweeksstudio @Areaware @nynowmarket

We love this shot of the Cubebot range, by David Weeks Studio! #davidweeksstudio #cubebot

    aplusrdesign:

    Oh mighty #cubebot we worship you! Scene from today’s #NYC #design fair @davidweeksstudio @Areaware @nynowmarket

    We love this shot of the Cubebot range, by David Weeks Studio! #davidweeksstudio #cubebot

    — 2 weeks ago with 17 notes
    bludot:

Our Strut Table gets rustic in this remodeled home built in the 1840s. Via Houzz

#bludot

    bludot:

    Our Strut Table gets rustic in this remodeled home built in the 1840s. Via Houzz

    #bludot

    — 3 weeks ago with 3 notes

    The Knoll table at this year’s DIFFA Dining by Design event. Featuring a variety of KnollTextiles and Knoll Luxe fabrics.

    — 3 weeks ago
    #knoll knolltextiles diffa ADHomeShow 
    irisswan:

Herman Miller’s Refreshed Palette by Carl Kleiner | Trendland on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/106159287/via/letsglam

    irisswan:

    Herman Miller’s Refreshed Palette by Carl Kleiner | Trendland on We Heart It
    http://weheartit.com/entry/106159287/via/letsglam

    — 4 weeks ago with 2 notes
    carlosmartinezflorez:

Alexander Girard, an exuberant colorist and avid promoter of folk art, was the first director of textile design at the furniture company Herman Miller. During his tenure there, from 1952 to 1975, he worked for other clients as well, including Braniff International Airways, which in the mid-1960s hired him to revamp its visual identity. Girard’s designs for the airline included brightly painted airplanes, airport lounge furniture, boarding passes and cheerful throws.
Next month, Herman Miller is reviving those throws. Woven by Pendleton from virgin wool in four color combinations (black/white, natural/white, teal/aqua and orange/fuchsia), they are 65 inches by 54 inches and cost $289. They are part of Herman Miller’s new Objects collection, accessories reissued from the company’s archives, created by contemporary designers or culled from the offerings of Magis, its Italian design partner. All will be available on April 21. Information: 888-798-0202 orhermanmiller.com/store. 
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/13/garden/woven-from-the-archives-of-a-textile-designer.html?_r=0

#hermanmiller

    carlosmartinezflorez:

    Alexander Girard, an exuberant colorist and avid promoter of folk art, was the first director of textile design at the furniture company Herman Miller. During his tenure there, from 1952 to 1975, he worked for other clients as well, including Braniff International Airways, which in the mid-1960s hired him to revamp its visual identity. Girard’s designs for the airline included brightly painted airplanes, airport lounge furniture, boarding passes and cheerful throws.

    Next month, Herman Miller is reviving those throws. Woven by Pendleton from virgin wool in four color combinations (black/white, natural/white, teal/aqua and orange/fuchsia), they are 65 inches by 54 inches and cost $289. They are part of Herman Miller’s new Objects collection, accessories reissued from the company’s archives, created by contemporary designers or culled from the offerings of Magis, its Italian design partner. All will be available on April 21. Information: 888-798-0202 orhermanmiller.com/store

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/13/garden/woven-from-the-archives-of-a-textile-designer.html?_r=0

    #hermanmiller

    — 4 weeks ago with 3 notes
    cooperhewitt:

Warren Platner, Knoll Textiles, Chair, 1965. Bronze-plated steel, nylon upholstery. Gift of Knoll Associates, Inc. 1971-16-1.
See more stuff from the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

#knolltextiles

    cooperhewitt:

    Warren Platner, Knoll Textiles, Chair, 1965. Bronze-plated steel, nylon upholstery. Gift of Knoll Associates, Inc. 1971-16-1.

    See more stuff from the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

    #knolltextiles

    — 1 month ago with 25 notes
    benjaminreynaert:

It’s the little things. #miniaturebook #indigodyed #flaxpaper #vscocam #metropolitanreadingroom (at Metropolitan Reading Room)

A tiny, beautiful blue book for your Thursday morning. 

    benjaminreynaert:

    It’s the little things. #miniaturebook #indigodyed #flaxpaper #vscocam #metropolitanreadingroom (at Metropolitan Reading Room)

    A tiny, beautiful blue book for your Thursday morning. 

    — 1 month ago with 10 notes
    repeat-norepeat:

"Freeflow" modular sofa series by Moroso, designed by Gordon Guillamier.

    repeat-norepeat:

    "Freeflow" modular sofa series by Moroso, designed by Gordon Guillamier.

    — 1 month ago with 2 notes
    nprfreshair:

Check out the Best Actress gowns over the years… Wishing  Katharine Hepburn went in 1934—and every other year she won—so we could’ve seen what she wore [awesome pantsuit?]
infographic via mediarundigital

In honor of Oscars weekend, a fantastic infographic!

    nprfreshair:

    Check out the Best Actress gowns over the years… Wishing  Katharine Hepburn went in 1934—and every other year she won—so we could’ve seen what she wore [awesome pantsuit?]

    infographic via mediarundigital

    In honor of Oscars weekend, a fantastic infographic!

    — 1 month ago with 1365 notes

    bradgillette:

    A.K. Rikk’s Furniture Store | Grand Rapids, MI

    In July of last year I began working on this project with A.K. Rikk’s to repurpose an underutilized space to create a 2800 square foot display of new and vintage offerings from Herman Miller, Knoll and Blu Dot. With a strong emphasis on the history of the furnishings and the mid-century masters behind them, the collection pays tribute to Eames, Nelson, Girard, Saarinen and more. This strictly curated selection reflects the attention to detail and personalized approach to style that A.K. Rikk’s is proud to be known for.

    Some beautiful shots of a beautiful showroom featuring Knoll, Herman Miller, and Blu Dot. 

    — 1 month ago with 34 notes
    midcenturymodernfreak:

Two Tech Titans sharing a Herman Miller Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman!
Via

    midcenturymodernfreak:

    Two Tech Titans sharing a Herman Miller Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman!

    Via

    — 1 month ago with 157 notes

    klausnienkamperkingst:

    MOROSO display at IDS 2014, Toronto.

    Some great shots of the Moroso booth at IDS 2014. 

    — 2 months ago with 5 notes