24 January, 2011

Big-game

Big-game was established in 2004 by Grégoire Jeanmonod (Swiss), Elric Petit (Belgian) and Augustin Scott de Martinville (French). The team has developed a clear, well-defined design style: minimalist, geometric shapes and innovative concepts that suprise with their refined simplicity.

'Signs' coat stand, produced by Japanese Karimoku, won Wallpaper* Design Award 2010 (last photo). The stand movable arms pivot out from the frame when a coat it placed and, thanks to hidden magnets, snap back when not in use. 'Signs' comes in two finish versions: natural or gray stained wood.



8 comments:

  1. o rany, genialne! minimalistyczne a jednak ciepłe i przytulne. Piszę "jednak" bo zwykle minimalizm oznacza chłód i nieprzytulność.

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  2. I'd order the item from the 1st pic right away :-). I like this simplicity. Simplicity is not so easy to be found :-) Thanks for linking on design labyrinth.

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  3. just saw on Tina's blog that you like yoga...me too :-)

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  4. So cool!
    Love the chandeliers!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  5. first one is so cool!
    great and intriguing selection!!!

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  6. Love the chairs...
    About redesigning churches: i think it was on chanel 6 (M6) on french tv, the show is named "100% MAG"
    or on TF1 the show is "50 MN INSIDE". Can't remember...I think it's the 1rst one on M6....but it's in french!!! You can see it on the web on "M6 REPLAY".
    xoxo

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  7. Cez, I will check the webside and try to find the program. I wish I could speak French... (but I have a friend who does)

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