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Arty soaps by PELLE

Today we’re travelling to Brooklyn to show you the wonderful objects of the PELLE studio. Brothers Jean and Oliver Pelle have created a series of delicate, geometric decorative objects that, judging by their look, seem to be made of marble. Today we’re travelling to Brooklyn to show you the wonderful objects of the PELLE studio […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chamberí

Bakari, artisan spirit as a step to a new currency

Although humans have always had a fondness towards modernization in any field, tradition, customs and craftsmanship have always been present. Changes that have occurred at basic traditional levels which reached the level of craftsmanship. We can’t understand modern craftsmanship without framing it in its origins. And here’s an example: Bakari is not like any other […]

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/ Art&Design

Blocchi organizes your desk

Today, in our ongoing search for the perfect object, we’ve ended up in Melbourne, the home of Blocchi, a comfortable and useful organizer for all those things scattered around your desktop: pencils, erasers, pens, markers and whatnot. In this sense, Blocchi is a clear example—a small piece of carved oak wood available in different colours […]

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/ Fashion

Succumbs to the spell of Balmain x H&M

If last year Alexander Wang won us back with his collection for H&M, this year it’s the turn of  Balmain x H&M. At last! The Swedish company has just released the full lookbook for both men and women (above these lines) and we can’t wait to lay our hands on this long-awaited collaboration. This year […]

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/ Art&Design

The Judd Foundation is supported by COS

Donald Judd was one of the 20th century most important American minimalist artists. Today he’s still considered the leading exponent of the movement and his Specific Objects (1964), the most important theoretical writings. The rooms of the Judd Foundation in New York and Marfa (Texas) preserve his legacy; they are permanent examples of the integration of […]

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/ Foodie

Sensory journey to Mexico through its cuisine

We’re fans of Phaidon’s books devoted to national gastronomies and were eager to have the one dedicated to Mexico, a country with a culinary history that spans 9000 years. And here it is! At long last! Mexico is now a delicious reality with over 700 recipes selected by Mexican chef and writer Margarita Carrillo Arronte, […]

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/ Art&Design

Get a free copy of ‘La fotografía de hoy’ by Phaidon!

Phaidon recently published Photography Today, a book that will delight lovers of contemporary photography this Christmas. The book is curated by writer, artist and lecturer Mark Durden. The book surveys contemporary photography from the 60s to the 80s, from pop and conceptual art to color photography and its extraordinary transformation thanks to digital technology. Phaidon recently published […]

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Gum Design, renews the objects of your home

Do you feel like renovating your tableware? Would you like to surprise your guests with a touch of distinction?Renowned Italian design studio Gum Design offers original and flamboyant decorative and utility objects that are now available through the new, user-friendly website La Casa de Pietra, which includes some of the brand’s most emblematic objects. Just click […]

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Herman Kuijer illuminates the streets

Dutch designer Herman Kuijer has just presented two new light works in the town of Zutphen. Halfway between architecture and art, this project infuses new life into grey, nondescript, merely functional areas of the urban landscape: passageways, underpasses and tunneled walkways. With a colorist light design, Herman Kuijer manages to make these areas more interesting for […]

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