Exploring the Everyday Woman – How Today’s Woman Looks, Thinks and Dresses
For those of you who aren’t already in the know, we'd like to introduce you to The Gentlewoman, a biannual magazine that's also a club.
Launched in 2010, the magazine has a circulation of just under 100 000 worldwide and is a sister publication to Fantastic Man.Read More
Instagram is a great way to discover new people, places & things. It’s a great source of inspiration for almost anything. Through this medium, we kill time on the subway, source new product and as of late, watch endless videos. We recently discovered a playful CGI series by Swedish motion graphics artist, Andreas Wannerstedt.Read More
What happens to the coffee grounds after you’ve made that delicious cup of coffee? Julian Lechner has come up with an innovate new use. Combining plant fibers, wood grains, and biopolymers, a liquid is created that is then injection moulded to create a sustainable cup known as Kaffeeform.Read More
Bocci - we're not talking about the great Italian game similar to lawn bowling (Bocce) or the delicious chocolates, we're talking about the Canadian design and manufacturing company who landed themselves a fantastic 2,200 m2 historic courthouse in Berlin, Germany to act as their European headquarters, showroom and archive.Read More
From State of Design Berlin, we bring you some of the pieces that stood out from the rest, in no particular order.Read More
Once the largest radio broadcasting sites in the world, Funkhaus was built in 1951 by famous Bauhaus architect Franz Ehrlich. It is one of the most exceptional purpose-built recording complexes in the world and is world-renowned for its unique acoustics. This building is a great resource for anyone interested in Berlin history and architecture.Read More
toi toi toi luv- a blog to promote design, objects and creative experiences. Topics encompass Design, Architecture, Exhibitions, Lifestyle and Events. Our goal is to provide sui generis content, to influence, and to start conversations.
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