Neo-Baroque Breezes

Sometimes, we look for the old properties… The labor and the details on them…

We, the people of the millennium age, cannot recoup the labor disappeared because of the industrial revolution maybe we are not patient enough, or maybe we are responsible for pulling off the extract from chaos and exaggeration.

The living spaces have never been as flexible as the qualities of modern human beings. Would placing the ghost chairs designed by Philippe Starck, simplifying the exaggeration and reinterpreting the ‘time’ concept, into our lives that are as ironic as Woody Allen movies be surprising? Being appropriate for every places and conditions is the magic of the new century people, isn’t it?

As Architecture of Life team, we collected the indispensable neo-baroque breezes inserted into our lives by famous brands and designers…

Seletti VERSAILLES FLUO
Seletti VERSAILLES FLUO

Seletti VERSAILLES FLUO series of opaque white vases and containers reinterpreting the baroque style of royal palaces are post-modern interpretations of timeless objects with fluorescent handles. Seletti Versailles Fluo Series are exhibited in New York Art and Design Museum MAD.

*There are four different products in the series. To purchase, you can visit Pomstore.

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1- Enzo Chair, MODANI 

2- Rockcoco chandelier suitable for indoor & outdoor use, FATBOY

3- BURLESQUE Chandelier Chimp by SELETTI POMSTORE

4- I-TEA Porcelain Teacup of SELETTI I-WARES collection, POMSTORE

5- I-MUG Porcelain Cup of SELETTI I-WARES Collection, POMSTORE

6- PRADA 2014 EYEWEAR, Minimal Baroque

7- SELETTI TRASH-CHIC Bin

An eclectic approach form Seletti to ordinary bins… Rubber-coated over metal neo-baroque bin outshines with its details.TRASH- CHIC, SELETTI

8- Seletti WC ROYALE gaining its crisp white form from its baroque style transforms an ordinary toilet-brush into a free from all colours design object . POMSTORE.

9- Dolce&Gabbana Dress from 2012 Fall Collection. It seems that Gabbana will never loose interest in Baroque patterns and its religious traditions.

10- The Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 2002. After 12 years the Louis Ghost Chair is one of the iconic designs that can easily be addapted to any space bringing a neo-baroque sense with elegance. KARTELL, 2002

11- Queen of Love Beyaz Bergere, DESIGN OF LOVE

“I- Wares Seletti”
“I- Wares Seletti

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