• Space Jars

    Inspired in space capsules, the Store jars are part of the Estd Collection of Established & Sons. Made of glazed ceramics and featuring cork lids, I just love the striking yellow and the iconic style of these little guys. Want one!
  • Milan's Colours

    Among this year's myriad of products, materials, finishes and colours presented at Milan's Salone del Mobile I noticed the recurrence of a particular set of shades. Curious?
  • Wood and Plastic Mix

    Trattoria is the name of the typical Italian restaurants, and Jasper Morrison's new chair for Magis was inspired precisely in the archetypical chairs you would normally find in any Italian eatery.
  • Antibodi's Beauty

    This is the first of a weekly series of posts we will be editing for Mocoloco, focusing of, course, in Details. Posts will be published every monday at and later in the week here at Stay tuned!
  • Colourful Patchwork

    You've probably noticed by now how much I appreciate Patricia Urquiola's ability to design with and from particulars.
  • Supernatural

    It could be the shadows of the trees gently moving in a spring afternoon, or the reflections of the sun passing through crystalline water,...
  • Patterns and Colours

    I love the colours and dynamic patterns of these textiles by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, they make part of the Shangai Tip Collection....
  • Natural Geometry

    Patricia Urquiola conceived a brilliant solution for the Antibodi series she designed for Moroso, a striking two-sided textile with two contrasting looks: an unusual...
  • B-Side: Futton

    We have the bad habit of looking to the back side of objects. We may discover complete different languages, often they tell more about the product that the a-side, sometimes they happen to be even more interesting; no matter what we find is always worth the time.
  • Blue

    Beautiful detail of the Boing armchair in pleated blue leather by Tokujin Yoshioka for Driade....

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  • Interview: Eugeni Quitllet
    When we first saw his name close to that of Philippe Starck we googled, with no luck. There was no human trace of Eugeni Quitllet and we thought, for a brief moment, that he could be an invention, some sort of imaginary alter ego created by his famously provocative partner. But shortly after all this revealed to be a product of our unquiet imagination: he is for real, thank goodness.

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