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Daily Archives: May 26, 2010

2Modern’s Sweepstakes Winners Are Announced!

Categories: News + Events + Contests
2Modern’s Sweepstakes Winners Are Announced!

The winners of this months sweepstakes on 2Modern have been announced! We are excited to award all three of these great prizes! GRAND PRIZE: a Modern Office by MASH Studios to: Marne Maykowsky. SECOND PRIZE: limited edition art by Parvez Taj to: Bob Ganser. THIRD PRIZE: a Koko floor mat to: Jennifer Hagler. A GIGANTIC thank you — Continue reading

Cadmo

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Cadmo

Meet Cadmo, Karim Rashid’s sleek, space-age design for Artemide.   "Now available in red, the Cadmo floor lamp features a steel body with a red lacquered exterior and a white powder-coated interior, a mirrored-steel weighted metal base, and an on-off dimmer control on the cord for independent operation of each of — Continue reading

The Power Of János Gábor Varga

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
The Power Of János Gábor Varga

János Gábor Varga conveys a sense of power through his jewelry, referring to them as amulets.  The man who has travelled and lived in various European cities still finds inspiration from his childhood memories of the Hungarian countryside. Now settled in a small village in the mountains near Genoa, Italy, — Continue reading

2Modern Design Brief

Categories: Fashion + Trends, News + Events + Contests
2Modern Design Brief

Last week I had a mysterious black cloud hovering over me wherever I went…among many strange and out out character things, I left my cel phone in a cab in NYC… I have been having image envy from all those who took lovely pictures at ICFF and actually get to — Continue reading

A Haunted Chair

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
A Haunted Chair

The idea of the ‘ghost in the machine’ is translated into furniture by the design duo, Design Drift.  Tiny air bubbles trace the 3d outline of a fluid shape embedded in a hard plexiglass chair.  Ghost, by Design Drift, treats the hard chair as an invisible container for the ephemeral — Continue reading