Art, Blog, Colors

Penelope, the fiber artwork aims to connect

Originally posted on munahome:
Tatiana Blass’ s installation called Penelope is an impressive fiber artwork which creates the feeling of construction and deconstruction at the same time. Borrowing its name from Greek myth, “Penelope” is a tribute to the power of love and the praxis of weaving. 14mt length woven red carpet starts from the gate of…

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Armaggan Nuruosmaniye Gallery / States of Material Exhibition / Artists and Designers Collective Works

Yesterday, I was invited to a very exciting exhibition at the heavenly beautiful store of Armaggan  Nuruosmaniye Gallery in Istanbul. If you are a fan of  this exotic city and its rich culture I m pretty sure  you  know or at least heard about this historical neighborhood of NuruOsmaniye in Sultanahmet (It is the street where  one of the major Grandbazaar gate is […]

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Art, Blog, Interior Design, Life Style

A Sensational Room

I always love the room decorations completed by eastern antique figures and art pieces. While they  add sophistication by their characters, they express gratitude of life.  Therefore, to me they are the best complements of living spaces by their poistive energy and that explains why they help to add sensation where they stand. I think the smart combination of […]

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Art, Blog, Colors, Interior Design, Travel

A city living in color of broken mosaics

Gaudi had achieved to embellish  hard to decorate surfaces with beautiful colors of Mediterranean ceramics. This technique of gathering the previously broken pieces of ceramic called trencadis. I certainly give credit to the laborers who had worked  madly on realization of the crazy design projects of  Gaudi.  Today, it is a feast to the eye of residents and visitors of Barcelona to […]

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Art, Blog, Interior Design, Travel

Gaudi’ s unusual decorative and architectural elements

The anthropomorphic shapes are the most crowning elements of Catalan’ s art nouveau stream called Modernista. The snail, spiral and organic forms, leaning columns, soft hand shaped materials, whirlpools, uneven holes, bone like shapes, melting shapes,  most extraordinary designs are all part of Catalan architecture. The mad man, genius Catalan architect of the human history, Antoni Gaudi is the main […]

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Barcelona, a fairy city living in Art Nouveau Style

Another trip has been finalized in great passion.. Today, feeling like I have visited an art museum in the size of a city. Filled up by so much information as well as inspiration. I am lucky if I could download all the things I have seen into some part of my brain so my subconscious would feed my creativeness to broad my perspective… Put yourself […]

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Industrial style scenes from our furniture atelier / Back Stage

When you see a design product, would it be possible for you to guess how  it was made? Which tools were used to put them together?  The machines, the atelier, the industrial story behind??  Here,  I m sharing with you some details  from our furniture atelier’s  back stage. The performers (machines, tools,…) work precisely to change the shape of the […]

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Art on Atelier’ s walls

Yesterday, I went to our atelier to work on the details of our projects. But, I was more in an artistic mood so I was looking around me from different point of view and all the gorgeous art on the walls caught my attention.  I decided to capture them with my camera and share with you to say how much we are actually involved […]

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Art, Blog, Life Style, Travel

Do you know about Pottery Art in Avanos?

The small town of Avanos in Cappadocia region is located by the Red River (Kızılırmak) which gets its name from the clay that deposits. That is the major reason for many years, the pottery art and craft had been the major industry in this area. As a result, it is possible to see the artistic talents and beautiful decorative materials anywhere you go. The […]

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