The title of this plastic doll is; You can’t sit with us. Why, you ask of us at Mimi Berlin? Well, obviously this doll is holding two chairs; one for her friend Elise and one for herself. We know she keeps a chair for Elise because of the tune she’s able to play. By pulling the thingy on the bottom of her body, between her legs, a musicbox will be playing Beethoven’s Bagatelle nr. 25 in a-minor, WoO 59, commonly known as Für Elise
We, at Mimi Berlin, have been away from our blog for over a year. So we do feel the need to update you, our readers, on what we’ve been up to all this time. Well, amongst other things, and in a nutshell; we created lamps. Below some quick snapshots.
The lamps made by Mimi Berlin
All these lamps are constructed mainly with recycled plastic. Or as we like to say; discarded plastic all sorts; early plastics, newly produced plastic….from Tupperware to…..well, everything but the kitchen sink.
Wait, hold on, we created more in our year of absence
Here you have a series of four vases in postmodern style, designed by us, at Mimi Berlin. We chose a romantic color-scheme of whites, pinks and oranges. The Postmodern Designer Vases are unique pieces, or prototypes if you will.
Braun products are the best! A fine example of that fact is the juicer below. This kitchen machine is the Braun Multipress Automatic MP 80Type 4290 Juice Extractor, to be exact. We think this is a design by Dieter Rams from the 1990s. (if not we’ll let you know). Anyways we, at Mimi Berlin HQ, are still very happy with this vegetable juicer. We even use it now and then.
‘Sparkling Juicer Gif’Appdikted is at it again! The in-house graphic designer at Mimi Berlin, Appdikted spent some of his time making gif’s for us, including the one above.
Do you have an industrial design in your kitchen which you love? Please let us know below in the comment box, we’re curious! Danke Schön in advance, and have a nice evening!