Brabbu Blog had the pleasure of interviewing Natalia Berezovskaia, a talented interior designer from Romania. Natalia has his own personal blog, The Famous Design, with the aim to educate and inform the public of the importance of a well-organised interior design and the advantage of working with professionals. In that matter, Natalia […]
Scandi Modern Dining Room By Albert Keller are here! In the middle of Autumn, nothing beats embracing the comfort and convenience of our home, where a simple neutral approach, such as Scandinavian design, is capable of great and singular feats. Caffe Latte, with the special participation of Covet House and the creative designer Albert Keller, brings the […]
Project CULTURE is an initiative created by Covet Foundation, that allows master artisans, plastic artists, and designers to work together. Today we’re delving into one of their newest collections: ArtsTool.
ArtsTool Collection was born from the reinterpretation of the contemporary designs, Erosion, and Carved by Boca do Lobo. These twelve exquisite pieces brought to life thanks to talented hands and ancient techniques challenged everyone, pushing the limits of Arts and Crafts. What we have are a series of wooden pieces in which the soul of their makers and thinkers was put during their conception., a tribute to the handcrafted process, cultural heritage and legacy.
ArtsTool is Project CULTURE’s first Limited Edition Series which gives makers the opportunity to integrate galleries and private rooms, along with careful promotion, offering a career-defining opening.
With a simple stool, we can travel through the ages, using practices full of history and meaning. CULTURE is a project that intends to share knowledge, ideas and to innovate in the conception of craftsmanship. Several different ancient techniques and arts, such as marble work, Murano glass sculpture, wood carving, marquetry, acrylic and oil painting, among others, are merged with one single purpose: to create something beautiful.
The CULTURE Creative Hub is assembling its first steps towards a brighter future for the craftsmanship world. The experimental handcrafted works of art taking shape in the artistic atelier are only the beginning.