A little roundup of some recent bits of press.....
Country Life, November 2014 Issue... Gift guide.
Check us out in Canada's Nuvo Magazine, Winter 2014 Issue. Online piece can be read <here>.
We have added Champagne, Charcoal and Pistachio to the Mini Desk Globe family.. we chose these gorgeous colours specifically to compliment the new Albion bases… the latest addition to the desk globe range. The Albion’s sleek profile allows us to hand-turn the most select hardwoods each with a unique character and intricate grain. This exclusive collection features strictly limited edition runs which means we can showcase rarer woods whilst respecting their origin.
The Albion features the same innovative roller bearing mechanism as our other desk globes permitting 360 degree rotation in all directions. Polished aluminium feet finish the base along with our personalised engraved disks offered as standard.
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Planted throughout the 18th and 19th century, the tree from which this lacewood comes, thrives in city conditions and is a symbol of London’s arboreal landscape. The tight pores and grain together with our ebony stain combine to create a truely refined finish.
Click here to see the full range of colours with London Plane bases.
This African hardwood polishes to a deep lustrous red hue thanks to its particularly dense and heavy nature. Umber tones run through the veins of this base to create a beautiful marbled appearance.
Click here to see the full range of colours available with a handcrafted Bubinga base.
The heart of this African hardwood features an un-mistakable grain – dark stripes offset against pale golds make this a piece of real distinction.
Click here to see the full range of colours available with the handcrafted Zebrano base.
This week Jon spend most of his time working on our first Reed Green Galileo. It is coming along beautifully... The brightly coloured gores are for a Yinka Shonibare project... And Isis is working on Mini
Via Wired Map Lab:
A globe on a two-dimensional screen seems pretty dull compared to map projections that look like armadillos, butterflies, or deconstructed polygons. The azimuthal orthographic
This week we were continuing to experiment with new colours... we quickly applied sets of gores to Mini Globes just to test out... one side one colour and the other side another... they turned out really
We are huge fans of Waris Ahluwalia so of course thrilled that we made his list of favourite finds.
We met Waris earlier this year at the Big Egg Hunt New York's auction in aid of The Elephant
Very excited to have the Coppa Mini Desk Globe take up a full page in December 2014's Luxe Christmas Wish List by Elle Decor.
The issue is currently available only in stores and is filled with tips
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Chloe is working on a large order of Mini Globes going to a company in New York as Christmas Gifts. Isis is testing out new colours in watercolours that we have not played around with before… dusty pink, greens, new blues, grey…. Jon is working on the horizon band for a Galileo wood base… Jon working on a Prussian Blue Livingstone destined for Hong Kong… and we celebrate Halloween a little late with a pumpkin carving contest in the studio… Isis won for the second year in a row.
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