Category Archives: Furniture Design

The Third & The Seventh

We just can’t get enough of Vimeo here at Lucid you can loose hours on it, it never gets boring and to top it off they have just launched their iPhone app, which means even more viewing pleasure. This piece of film is astonishingly beautiful, the intro is a work of art in itself and what follows after is even more amazing.

This truly is beautiful in every way….. Breathtaking in fact. It makes mankind’s relationship with nature seem truly seamless.

Alex Roman we salute you.

As it says in the Vimeo description ‘Full screen it please’ you will not be disappointed.

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Staging Space: Aesthetic Language

Gestalten are browsing “scenic interiors and spatial experiences” in their latest thumbflicker. The book, entitled Staging Space is produced in such a fashion that leaves the reader free to form their own interpretations. It is visually saturated and provides web links to give the reader the option of learning more online, leaving the printed space free of ‘clutter copy’. So it’s more suited to a coffee table than a university reading list. Our kind of book.

View the book review on Core77.com

Form Blog & Website Live

The form website and blog are now live, so go check it out at www.form-office.net.

We’d like to take this opportunity to wish the guys over at form; a great years trading and we look forward to seeing what their new website, blog, business cards and brochure (which will soon be hot off the press), will do for them on 2011.

Keep up the good work.

Nema Workshop – Bond Street Apartment









Amazingly open plan, light, New York style loft apartment. Originally two apartments, ‘Nema Workshop’ a design team from America made up of architects and designers completely overhauled the space and created this sprawling space of luxury inner city living.

The project was commissioned on behalf of an unnamed rock star and can be found in a landmark building on Bond St in New York.

Very nice.

Interior Inspiration

Fantastic Space.

Busy.

Things have been so hectic around here, we’ve unfortunately not made time to post anything for over a month. Rest assured though there is plenty of new and exciting projects to follow in the coming months. From content portals, to affiliate networks, transactional and non transactional i phone apps, to branding and GF Smith business cards, brochures, membership clubs, blog designs, e-commerce sites and much much more.

Say hell to the recession, stay positive, focus and most importantly of all enjoy each day as it comes. In the meantime here is some of the things we have been up to in the last month….

A Trip to Established & Sons

A trip to Established & Sons a pioneering British furniture company based in an uber cool showroom just outside of Shoreditch/Clerknwell in London. Natasha Laing the super friendly sales manager gave us the guided tour and below are some of the key pieces that really stood out. All the furniture is available from our clients website: www.form-office.net which is launching very soon.

Surface Table – Made from Carbon Fibre and holding a Formula 1 car as testament to the strength of this engineering masterpiece.

Surface Table

Surface Table

Edge Lamp – designed by Amanda Levette and featuring organic led technology developed in association with Philips.

Torch – Ceiling Light

Louvre – Pendent light

Corona – Pendent light

Quilt Chair – by Vitra design duo Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

An Episode of Grand Designs

Loved this office from one of the latest episodes of Grand Designs, which featured a young passionate interior designer and her plan to build her dream home in the footings of her dear mothers home.

A Song

“Vienna” by Caspian

A Magical Place – Blythe Hall


Took a trip down memory lane and visited an old family friends home in Lathom Lancashire, which dates back to the 12th Century. Inspiration in design can come from absolutely anywhere.

A quick stop at Kvadrat

This London located fabric showroom is like stepping into a club, with walls that conceal pull out fabric swatches and a white suspended office above a dark brick lower level. This place is another one of those hidden gem, tar-dis’s that you find all over the place in London.

Well worth a visit, check out www.form-office.net for more information on these great fabrics.

A Poster from the 1950’s

Design definitely knows no barriers where age is concerned and the past as can be seen in the work of Established & Sons earlier, is often one of the greatest areas of inspiration.

Tokyo Movie Directors Haus

Some photos taken from a couple’s home, who work in Tokyo as Movie Directors.

Photography from the We Are Super Famous Blog