The 80′s will forever be remembered as a period in time where bold, bright colors and art deco inspired shapes ruled the field of design. Today we still see influences of those design elements in interior spaces throughout the world, and why wouldn’t we, they are just AWESOMELY radical and amusing to the eye.
The Memphis-Milano: 1980s Italian Design Exhibit that was located in The Dixon Gallery & Gardens
The HULK (2011) from Rafael de Cardenas. In the 1980′s the Rubik’s Cube hit international popularity and has puzzled & amazed us since then with its intricate & vibrant design; this piece of furniture seems to portray that same effect.
The Un Piccolo Omaggio A Mondrian series of architectural cabinets designed by the Italian architect Ettore Sottsass. Neon colors were all the rage back in the 80′s. Today bright colors can still spruce up any space and can be introduced in subtle ways to create that wow factor.
The Nendo Tetris Table – “an interplay of joints and constructions of different geometries that rapidly cancel each other out on the screen”. Very reminiscent of Nintendo’s Tetris video game — finding that perfect match and layout is just part of the fun.
This miniLoo Toilet (applied to wall) is ideal for small, compact spaces. In this hot neon pink hue, this toilet gives a very 80′s Rock n Roll vibe; ideal for the rocker at heart.
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