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Daily Archives: January 30, 2013

Clouds in the House

Categories: Art + Graphics
Clouds in the House

What is with all the weather indoors? First I saw Berndnaut Smilde’s Nimbus pieces; now I see Tomas Saraceno’s Cloudy House installation at Andersen’s Contemporary Berlin.  Saraceno’s exhibition includes a cloud installation, sculpture, video and photographs. The clouds are constructed of matte, white paper which are suspended individually by nylon — Continue reading

Glossy Blue Desk by Projector Design

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, Uncategorized
Glossy Blue Desk by Projector Design

    “A vivid focal point from every angle,” is how Toronto’s Projector Design describes this desk, and who could argue? It’s still in prototype stage, but the color alone may end up turning the 001 Desk into a ‘must have’ art piece. The indigo blue work top, hand crafted from — Continue reading

Give and Get with Gus*

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Give and Get with Gus*

What’s better than giving? Giving and getting, that’s what. All you have to do is purchase one or more beautifully reductive furniture or lighting offerings by Gus*, and you’ll get them at a 15% discount. As if that weren’t enough, for each piece you buy, 2Modern will make a donation to — Continue reading

NYIGF 2013: 2Modern Snapshots

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
NYIGF 2013: 2Modern Snapshots

Knowing where to look first was the enviable challenge we, here at 2Modern, were faced with this week at the New York International Gift Fair (NYIGF). As always, the beauty, imagination and sheer volume of things on display left us more than a little breathless—and most eager to be assured — Continue reading

Organic Inspiration from Vienna

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Organic Inspiration from Vienna

You have to hand it to the Vienna-based design studio, Mischer ’ Traxler. Just when it seemed impossible for designers to get any more inventive with the shape of a bowl, this duo has found a way to keep things interesting. Their Reversed Volumes line of food-safe vessels takes its cue from — Continue reading