DESIGN GALLERIST JOURNAL selected this year colour pieces!!!
Pantone, an authority on color, recently announced that Dazzling Blue is the color of choice for spring 2014.
Dazzling Blue will surely be one of the biggest trends of the season, welcoming the sun with a vibrant and happy shade. It’s so magnetic it will make your eyes shine! The color authority was inspired by the desire of travel and leisure. Dazzling Blue wants to give people an idea of strong personalities and colorful flowers, all wrapped up in a vibrant tone of blue. Shortly after Pantone released its palette, every major designer had applied the shade to its collection, mixing it with the softer shades and launching major trends.We selected a few pieces that bring the dazzle to the blue of this next season trend.
JAIME HAYON – Cabinet Blue
Classicism and modernity. The contrasts and sophistication which give personality to Jaime Hayon’s work are represented in this ample collection which also includes vases, chairs, an elegant and comfortable wingchair —the Lounger— and this new low table which makes a good pair with the Multileg cabinet. Base in MDF. Glass top of 8 mm lacquered on the bottom. Legs in turned alderwood. Available lacquered high gloss in white, grey, red, aubergine, blue and black or laquered matt in red, grey, aubergine, blue and green.
JEONG SEOB KIM – Bubble Stools Blue
According to korean designer jeongseob kim, everything in the world is formed by smaller units and the units themselves consist of smaller entities, too. thus, kim’s bubble furniture series are composed of basic round forms repeatedly duplicated throughout and created from fiberglass reinforced plastic. the ‘bubble’ collection is available both in black and blue.
BRABBU – Namib Armchair
Namib Desert was the inspiration for NAMIB armchair: its distinguish attributes combine the struggle between the Atlantic waters and the desert sands. This invigorating, balanced and curved armchair is the master creation of powerful forces, where wood and satin cotton help to convey our mind to sublime a feeling of being embraced by a classic.
ROBERT STADLER – “1OOO jours” exhibition
The somewhat weird idea behind “Lightspot” is to materialize the immaterial. The colored aluminum plates correspond to an actual lightspot projected onto the wall by a miniature LED lamp. The various layers shade off in the same way the light does. They are coated with a particularly reflecting paint, giving the illusion that the plates themselves are light emitting. “Lightspot” can be placed in different directions according to the user wish. By moving the object he will experience a strange feeling of being able to hold light in his hands.
BOCA DO LOBO – Heritage Sideboard
After a huge success with Heritage Cabinet and its honor to the hand painted tiles Portuguese history, Boca do Lobo, Limited Edition presents a Heritage Sideboard. This Heritage sideboard version present you a different number layers, were each one tell you different story. You will have an Heritage going through different times and centuries, together in a final panel. In the different layers you will find different tiles paintings inspired in different periods of Portuguese history taken from different historic buildings like convents or old colleges. Inside this sideboard you will find a gold leaf interior that will make you remember the historical buildings referred before, which normally presented interiors with a lot of ornaments and gold. With Heritage Sideboard tales still coming with tiles.