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magnetic curtain by florian kräutli
via mocoloco








and i finally took a closer look
at a book i found on the street last summer

two pieces i really liked
see them better here and here

13 comments:

simplyolive said...

i want that curtain...

pom said...

Ah yes when i first saw that curtain i thought it was one of the nicest things i've seen in a while. The pictures of its use are really amazing..

And what a nice catalogue you found.

Maïze said...

The magnetic curtain is amazing! it's such a good idea! and a beautiful object.
Thank you for all these great things you share!

Carson said...

that curtain is so sculptural and fabulous ( I know I use fabulous a lot) but it is!

simplyolive said...

hi loraine, i just gave the award back to you...

kirsten said...

oooohhhhhhhh.
that curtain!
that book! (on the street, you say?)
wow.

marie said...

the curtain is beautiful
lovely folds and shadows

Heather Moore said...

Extraordinary curtain! Thanks for this.

I see mention of an award in the comments above, and I think you're getting another one from me, cos you do Make My Day, both here and on Flickr. You're a great blogger, Loraine! Thanks.

Nikko said...

You make really like this: http://www.hisanotakei.com/gallery.html

Wooly necklaces.

Loraine said...

hey nikko i just saw it !!
and... posted about it :))

wonderful , objects I'd call them

babelfish said...

The magnetic curtain is interesting.

Freshly Found said...

I love the magnetic curtain. It must be very therapeutic opening and closing it all the time!

Loraine said...

FF : maybe the therapeutic part makes it suitable for children who are blind or children that need some stimuli for other reasons.