The art and design we find in nature

September 22nd, 2011 by shearyadi

Is art, design and architecture, what separates our man-made world from nature? Could something raw and natural have the delicate composition and symmetry that a building or painting possesses? Can nature itself be the greatest form of unintentional art? This

Wotu chair – the sustainable lightness of … doing – from Lamm

September 19th, 2010 by shearyadi

Wotu chair is being lovely to look at, sought after, intriguing design, and with elegant touches.

Lamm, by introducing the Wotu chair, designed by Dante Bonuccelli, at the 2010 Fuori Salone expo has always been committed to minimising environmental impact, …

Silver and Innovation Awards for Lamm at the Best of NeoCon 2009

July 7th, 2009 by shearyadi

Every year, NeoCon World’s Trade Fair held in Chicago, one of the major trade fairs for hospitality, and for private, public and government accommodation, gives awards to those new products which have demonstrated innovative design, practicality, quality, durability combined with …

Introducing Dasha Wagner with her solutions in print and textile design

June 22nd, 2009 by shearyadi

Welcome back to shearyadi.com! After months of inactivity of this blog, I would be glad to announce that we finally return with new updates everyday.

Introducing Dasha Wagner with her solutions in print and textile design

For the first update, I’d like to introduce you to Dasha Wagner, a professional consultant …

Hot Spots: Rio de Janeiro, Milan – Turin, Los Angeles, 1956 – 1969 Exhibition

February 13th, 2009 by shearyadi

From 13 February to 3 May 2009, the Kunsthaus Zürich presents ‘Hot Spots’, an exhibition devoted to the artistic avant-garde of the 1950s and 1960s in Rio de Janeiro, Milan and Turin, and Los Angeles.

Hot Spots: Rio de Janeiro, Milan – Turin, Los Angeles, 1956 – 1969 Exhibition

The show features outstanding works …

Forget Me-Not, embroidered love from the new craft movement

January 30th, 2009 by shearyadi

Curated by Kristen Rask, this group exhibit of affordable artwork will win your affection in more ways than one. A meaningful alternative to waxy chocolates.

Forget Me-Not, embroidered love from the new craft movement

For generations, women have expressed love of family through the painstaking art of embroidery. This …

Childhood memories in SSD furniture collection

January 18th, 2009 by shearyadi

Rui Docouto’s (President & Creative Director of SSD) “childhood memories” continues to sense, capture, interpret and apply on SSD’s 2009 pieces of furniture collection.

Childhood memories in SSD furniture collection

Rui’s 2009 pieces are excited to be participating in the Salone Satellite at the Salone Internazionale …