Thursday, January 24, 2008

Hugging my furniture






A landscape designed for the body. These livingstones, "les coussins galets" created by French designer Stephanie Marin, remind me of Ernesto Neto's work. I stumbled upon these and I love them. I can now embrace my furniture, discover the spaces inside, around and between my body!

See also the felt rocks by Molo!

Posted by Cati Vaucelle
Architectradure

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7 comments:

Zee DeVoSS said...

Excellent! J'adore ces "livingstones", ils sont superbes, il faut tester leur moelleux à présent! ;)

Et en plus, il viennent de Nice, trop fort! Encore une fois, et je ne me lasserai jamais de le répéter : Merci Cati!

Anonymous said...

OMG. the floor pillows of my dreams. The children in the photo are actually dead - from too much relaxation.

Jinson said...

In fact I could breathe in the perfume which emerge from these Hugging my furniture and I feel to taste rather than just hug your furniture .It is really fantastic work .Madam, you can have a preview of my paintings on ,wwww.lemonyellowbirds.blogspot.com . Have a prosperous and fantastic New Year
Jinson Joseph

Neil said...

I'm seriously intending on filling a house - no - a mansion, with as many of those as I can swindle.

denis_m said...

belle idée !

jinson said...

When I was a kid I used to rest my hed on the hand of my mother that has given me a very comfortable sleep. After, a few minutes she used to feel uneasiness and she use to asked me that why did I always rest my hed on her hand I could use my pillow. And, I told to her that her spongy hand is like a cushion moreover, it has given me a very comfortable sleep. Throughout this work Neil is Juxtaposed the different kind of oval shape in fact this particular form it self in fact is a reminiscent of a womb of a mother Here, the furniture gives more comfortable so that the kids are undisturbed .I think the relaxed kids between this oval form make this hugging furniture much more genuine

jinson said...

When I was a kid I used to rest my hed on the hand of my mother that has given me a very comfortable sleep. After, a few minutes she used to feel uneasiness and she use to asked me that why did I always rest my hed on her hand I could use my pillow. And, I told to her that her spongy hand is like a cushion moreover, it has given me a very comfortable sleep. Throughout this work Neil is Juxtaposed the different kind of oval shape in fact this particular form it self in fact is a reminiscent of a womb of a mother Here, the furniture gives more comfortable so that the kids are undisturbed .I think the relaxed kids between this oval form make this hugging furniture much more genuine