universal works – spring/summer 2014

March 18th, 2014 by perspective20

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The latest collection from Nottingham (UK) based Universal Works combines modern fits with old style construction. The S/S 2014 collection is about mixing ideas: From bold Hawaiian prints to technical jackets, from nylon raincoats, to hand loomed dogstooth. More here.

Via The Lineage of Influence.

buddy by bao-nghi droste design

March 8th, 2014 by perspective20

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Buddy is a minimalist design created by German-based design firm bao-nghi droste design for Markus Form. Buddy is versatile piece of furniture that was created to accommodate a variety of spaces and environments. The object could serve as an occasional piece beside the sofa or a freestanding sculpture within a long hallway. More here.

Via Design Milk.

kinfolk magazine – the home issue

March 5th, 2014 by perspective20

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The spring 2014 issue of Kinfolk magazine, The Home Issue, explores the meaning of home, what it looks like, how different people arrange them and the qualities that the best ones share. It’s what (and who) you fill it with that counts. More here.

buttero – tanino white

March 2nd, 2014 by perspective20

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Handmade sneakers made from white Italian Vachetta leather by Buttero. This low model, Tanino, features nickel eyelets, leather laces and stitch on cap toe. Available at End Clothing.

rapha – spring/summer 2014

February 27th, 2014 by perspective20

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Check out Rapha’s latest training and racing collection featuring all of Rapha’s latest products for road riding, shot on location in the Cévennes in France. The original designs accompany updates to fit and functionality and new colour options. More here.

olivier ledoux

February 21st, 2014 by perspective20

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Some images by Sydney-based French photographer Olivier Ledoux. His work capture the excitement and the loneliness of the Australian adventure. More work here.

right hand distribution 3×3

February 14th, 2014 by perspective20

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Right Hand Distribution is an ode to quality made garments. In a shop-in-shop space in Captains of Industry (Melbourne, Australia) they sell some of the best-quality cult denim labels from Japan. More here.

Images via Broadsheet.

ferris jacket by apc. x louis w.

January 28th, 2014 by perspective20

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A.P.C. co-designer Louis W.’s capsule collection explores the iconic status of the leather jacket, experimenting with this timeless design in different varieties. The Ferris Jacket is cut from a supple calf suede, taking on the classic bomber jacket design. Constructed with a ribbed collar, cuffs and hem, it has two welt pockets and is closed with a full length talon zip. Available at End Clothing.

drop bookshelf by nendo x cappellini

January 20th, 2014 by perspective20

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This amazing bookshelf – by Oki Sato aka Nendo, for the Italian furniture and design company Cappellini – is inspired by the colours of Japan’s natural landscape. The shelf is crafted from laser-cut sheet metal and finished with a matte laquer and is available in three different height models. It’s the top part of the shelf  that gives it a touch of intelligent humour. Available here.

red waxed canvas carry all by tom hide

January 14th, 2014 by perspective20

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Tom Hide is a creative company born in 2010 from a desire to produce modern items, hand made in England, inspired from traditional designs and proven craft techniques. This Danger Red weekender sized carry all is hand crafted from premium waxed canvas and leather. Waxed cotton is the original performance fabric – beginning life over 200 years ago with sailcloth cloaks created to provide protection on the world’s oceans. Today, it is more than a tough shield against the elements, it has become an icon of natural style, seen both in the countryside and on city streets around the world. More here.

 

L house by florian busch architects

January 12th, 2014 by perspective20

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This holiday house in Niseko (Japan) house is designed by Florian Busch Architects. The two blocks of the building are shifted to accommodate the challenging landscape. The structure is reinforced by a concrete shear wall and covered with light wood on the outside to combine the coolness of concrete with the warmth of wood. The interior is minimalistic and simple.

Via Architizer.

favela.

December 27th, 2013 by perspective20

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Favela. is a 21-year-old singer/producer from Leeds (England). He has been making a name for himself since the release of his debut self-titled EP that was released in March 2013. ‘Easy Yoke‘ is his latest song to be released, and is a warm and relaxing track. Make sure to keep an eye (and ear) on him. Listen to his latest track here.

à bloc bicycle – shop, gallery and cafe

December 21st, 2013 by perspective20

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À Bloc is a new bicycle store/gallery in Melbourne, Australia, that serves coffee too. The front of À Bloc is dedicated to serving coffee, then comes the bicycle showroom floor in the middle with a workshop that offers comprehensive service facilities. Up the back is an open gallery space, featuring an exhibition of cycling-themed photography, rotated every six weeks. Make sure you check it out when around. More here.

Via Broadsheet.

the beacon heritage collection by barbour x norton & sons

December 2nd, 2013 by perspective20

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Winters in England can be very cold and wet. That’s exactly why two British brand with a strong heritage joined forces to create a beautiful crafted collection for harsh conditions. The Beacon Heritage collection, by Barbour and Savile Row-tailor Norton & Sons, is a celebration of British fashion, practical design and luxury tailoring. Clean lines, authoritative cuts and rugged, functional materials combine in this collection to create an outstanding, expertly crafted range. The collection is available here.

Via Another Something.