design milk has an incredible series called deconstruction where they provide a deeper look into the process of designing & creating a product.
from furniture, jewelry and lighting, to wallpaper, water bottles and rugs - learning about the long story of how an idea is transformed into a tangible object is amazing
one of my personal favorites is marimekko : the art of printing. their colorful printed textiles are legendary.
read more from the deconstruction series at design milk here
for those living in a small space the bubble stool is ideal. it serves as a stool and could even be a small side table just by placing a wooden tray on top to provide support for your items. and if your in the middle of a major pillow fight - this is your ultimate winner. the bubble stool easily deflates to be stored away.
ethical fashion brand maiyet offers a look inside the making of their handbags
Surveyor’s instrument, 1891. London. Via V&A The case contains a pair of dividers, a compass, a ruler and a pencil. Surveyors, architects and navigators used tools like this to make maps and build houses. They needed their tools to be light and portable. The case is made out of a material called shagreen, which is made from ray or shark skin. V&A
Yves St. Laurent in the studio at Christian Dior, 1960. Paris. 📷 Mark Shaw. Sketch of the collection, 1988. Vogue archive