December 29, 2016 | Coshamie
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A LOOK-BACK AT HOW CHAIRS EVOLVED THROUGHOUT THE 20TH AND INTO THE 21ST CENTURY: As 2016 comes to an end, we’ve decided to look back at how one of the most important objects of human comfort has evolved over the span of a single century: the chair. Humanity has made more progress over the 20th century than throughout the previous nineteen centuries combined – in human rights, science, technology, architecture, design and art, to name but a few of our advances (and despite our predilection to self-destruct in the name of misguided ideologies). One of the best examples of human evolution and experimental curiosity can be observed in the design of chairs over the course of just ten decades. We’ve scoured the design history...

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TILLANDSIA MINIMALISM REDEFINES NATURAL HOME DÉCOR ELEMENTS: Green has been selected as next year’s trending colour for interiors by Pantone, so it’s safe to say that natural greens have just earned more space in our homes. But not everyone is eager to deal with the commitment – after all, who has time to trim, water and care for a mini-botanical-garden, right? The alternatives are relatively simple but not as popular as the traditional potted plants: you can try the faux floral designs from artisans like VG New Trend, available in the UK via Masha Shapiro Agency, or you can go for Tillandsia – more commonly known as air plants. [caption id="attachment_4321" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Image Courtesy: Conical[/caption] Our design pick for this week focuses on...

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