Triumph of the Will / Triumph des Willens (1935).
While I understand the historical relevance (and huge warning) of this film, I do not understand why so many consider it a great documentary. It’s a long and boring military review, with a “gesticulating german” and bros with Tiki torches.
Reflective surfaces such as large overside mirrors and mirrors intergrated into furniture are the ideal complimentary pieces to show case alternative viewing angles within a space. From one of our previously featured Galway projects which is coming to completion the furniture and mirror selected allowes another view point to appreciate our feature curved glass stairs! Perfect! 😀
Aftermath from fight on the weekend im in for surgery tomoro so can get back onto rehab asap and some more fights when better 👊🥊
The Gradient Tiles Chair is an experimental chair designed and produced by Philipp Aduatz by using solely construction materials.
The idea started after Aduatz completed the refurbishment of his studio when he had numerous building materials left which remained unused. Because he did not want to discard them he decided to create an experimental chair with them.
The base frame is made from wood which was covered with a brick fabric and afterwards completely covered by plaster. Because the surface still had a tendency to crack it was reinforced with a glass fibre fabric. The finish is made by the application of 10.000 tiles, each placed by hand in a gradient pattern. | @philippaduatz
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