Invisible Personage Armchair

Invisible Personage Armchair

Obviously it’s winter time. It’s cold, nee, it’s Freezing. This awful weather makes us remember the furry designer chair we saw at the BD Barcelona showroom in Spain last summer. The armchair is named ‘Invisible Personage’, it’s created (or: extracted from the “Singularities” painting, by Salvador Dali in 1935. During those years Dalí completed a series with absent figures, which he called invisible personages.) by Oscar Tusquets, inspired by Dali and from the Dali series of designs by Oscar Tusquets. Mr Tusquets is a multi-talented person: an architect, painter and designer of furniture and other products. In his younger years he and Salavador Dali were friends. Tusquets, being one of the founders of the brand BD, produced the plastic Dalilips couch chair in 1975 together with the surrealist painter. This is the Invisible Personage armchair, the latest design from Dalí-inspired design series (2016) at BD Barcelona, made in a limited edition of 20 pieces. It will keep you warm but, unfortunately; this chair is an artpiece, can it really be used as a seater? We wonder how, whomever bought the chair (with the bowl on top of it) uses and cleans it? Continue reading

Woth Wonderful Things Magazine 6

Woth Wonderful Things Magazine 6

We would like to pay attention to Woth Wonderful Things Magazine. Specifically the newest issue, because it’s an anniversary issue! Woth Magazine is one year old! Hurray! Yours truly went to Barcelona to visit the festive launch of issue number 6, held at the BD Barcelona Showroom.Woth Wonderful Things Magazine 6(The colorful magazine displayed on the grey and black “Monkey Tables” designed by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona Design)

Woth number six is also the first issue in which Mimi Berlin worked on Whot’s On: the calendar of things to do of the magazine.

Completely out of character we, at Mimi Berlin, did not make any party snaps. But WOTH did; see them HERE

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