Pierre Cardin

“Not just art, but my works are Sculpture Utilitaires”

Pierre Cardin, the inventor of “prêt-à-porter” whose graphically iconic initials personify his signature style, is best known for fashion and accessory design. However, during the 1970s, he launched a unique furniture line that transposed his sculptural approach to fashion into furniture design: futuristic forms combined with traditional lacquer and cabinetmaking techniques and revolutionary space-age designs resort to metal and plastics.

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Fashionable Clocks

The clock has come a long way from functional timepiece to adding a decorative touch to any wall or table. Whatever your taste, decorating with clocks is a fun way to add elegance and utility to almost any space.

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Ceramics

By Mia Frampton
“The Lord God formed a man from the dust of the earth…” Genesis 2:7
The art of pottery is a recurring process of divine creation. A vessel is created out of solid earth; a mound of clay turns into a piece of art.

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The Quiet Language of White

Laurie Pressman - White. The Purest of the pure. Billowing clouds.  The white dove of peace and freedom, White is a conciliatory colour. Unsullied, divine, pristine, traditionally the colour of clothing for babies and brides, there is an innocence, delicacy and simplicity to white.

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Donald Gray

By Lola Gómez
Winner of the Rafael Manzano Martos Award 2015.
He has won the award for his contribution to enriching and restoring Andalusian architecture, focusing on Marbella, Malaga and the Alpujarra.

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