Drop the anchor! Pig&Hen just released their brand new Fall / Winter 2015 collection. And I can say that some great new features are added to the family. Pig&Hen is handmade in Amsterdam, using authentic ship rope and a strong shackle. And the best thing; they are meant to survive a lifetime, are stronger than steel and will age like your wrinkled face.
We are so glad to announce our Fall / Winter 2015 collection and this year it is better than ever. A lot of trendy colors and new gold color shackles. Using our friend Bob as our model and having the best team to capture our vision, it turned out damn good.
I have a little crush on this Mexican restaurant for lunch and dinner. Canalla is so cute, you just want to fly to San Pedro to eat here. Every little object is designed and has had a great modern look&feel. The beautiful combination between light wood with the dark background gives a nice touch to it!
The Beauty EDU’s The Salon created a more inspiring space to teach. The Salon located in West Melbourne has a fresh interior, designed to give the students and customers a real-world experience. A clean space with white washed floors, beautiful mint green design furniture and inspiring copper accessoires. The designers at Techné architects created a place where everybody would love to work and go to school. Adding contemporary elements for a customer-friendly beauty academy.
Giving the Pop-up store a twist, last summer The Playing Circle organized a conceptual pop-up store in a Loft in Amsterdam. The apartment was fully furnished with trendy decor, unique objects and design. You will get inspired only by walking through the space. And the best part is that each piece you see, is for sale. It’s a totally different shopping experience, where first of all you would love to live and secondly your house will get a makeover after visiting this shop. Continue reading →
The comfy Repulse Bay, located in Hong Kong, is the latest outpost of Classified series of cafés. Showing a new industrial-chic look, redefining the standard coffee shops. The firm Substance got inspired by the cafés at the seaside, using the marine blue tiles, rustic timber flooring and lobster-pot inspired ceiling lights. On the menu you can find shrimp, chorizo jambalaya and organic Thai quinoa salad. Or enjoy a cup of coffee and enjoy a spot of watching people in one of the two swinging sofas. Continue reading →