The most anticipated event on interior design in Indonesia –Desain.ID 2012– has just kicked off at Jakarta Convention Center last Wednesday. This year it focuses on “design in extra ordinary means”…Well, for me it means I have to find extra ordinary and iconic designs to be highlighted here, not hard at all as there are so many interesting works there. Here is my personal choice. Have a restful weekend!
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Posted by Luthfi Hasan in Art and Culture
Category Art and Culture | Tags: Tags: "TheMostAesthetic", art, bamboo, bed, bicylce, bowl, chair, charleseames, credenza, daybed, Desain.ID 2012, Desain.ID2012, design, eames, furniture, HDII, indonesia, indonesiayoungrattanandbamboodesigners, interior, interiordesign, interiordesigner, jakarta, kriyanusantara, lamp, lounge, rattan, rayeames, recycle, reduce, reuse, Ruby Sofyan., sofa, t3rdIndonesiaFurnitureDesignCompetition, tablelamp, TantrumTrap, utilitarian, vintage | Write a Comment
Posted by Luthfi Hasan in Vintage Hunting
Ciputat has for a long time been most famous for furniture shops –there are hundreds of them– specializing in teak and mostly ethnic style. In the past years, however, I have seen more and more mid century furniture being displayed in many shops. One shop owner says that the demand for mod pieces started ten years ago and is getting more popular in the past five years. Anyway, now that i am more experienced and exposed to the process and finishing of furniture, I can tell the replica from the authentic ones, though some pieces are so good that i still have to ask the shop owner to make sure. Here are some photos of the mid century pieces in three shops in Ciputat which I visited yesterday. Have a good Sunday!
Category Vintage Hunting | Tags: Tags: 50's, 60's, 70's, chairs, ciputat, clubchairs, ethnic, furniture, jakarta, jakartaselatan, java, javanese, lebakbulus, loungechairs, luthfihasan, madura, maduranese, midcentury, mod, rattan, shop, teak | 8 Comments