Hi everyone, I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I am sorry that I have been so sporadic with my posts and staying in touch, it has been a very busy time at work and I am fining it very hard to balance a super busy work schedule and my love for this blog - any advice from my fellow bloggers on how to juggle this busy life?? I know that it is no excuse and I really do feel like these posts and my connection to all of you helps keep me level-headed and constantly thinking about design in new and interesting ways. I just wish I had an extra three hours in each of my days to help make it all happen...
For todays Inspired By post I wanted to look at furniture and material details. I was in Aspen last week finishing up the installation on this project we have been working hard on and I realized something - it's all in the detail! Whether a furniture, cabinetry or architectural detail, it is these things, that are on a micro level, that really help to make the project as a whole cohesive and complete. I have found myself drawn to the interaction between one material to another and think that it is this connection that helps to make a project feel thought through and well designed, and not. We as designers spend our lives worrying about these little details, and sometimes I wonder whether it really makes a difference or whether it is me just being pedantic - well, I can now confirm that yes, it does make a difference. It is the sum of all these carefully considered details that come together to make a project feel thought through, well executed and designed. I really feel so lucky to have a job that I love and one that I am constantly learning in. Anyone else feel the same?
Studio Andre Putman via DesignBoom
I also have a Pinterest board where I share all my favorite furniture, interior and architectural details. You can see these and more images there, so please stop by, have a look and share thought this wonderful world of social media we belong to!!