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Design


We can define a designing process as a form of creative activity which is subject to some specific, predefined rules. The kind, range and character of these rules depend on the designing field. It can be assumed that everything that is created as a creator’s spontaneous reaction to the surrounding world becomes a universal language if it is defined within specific frame. It should be subject to some rules which – on one hand – describe the reality in the world “here and now”, and – on the other hand – they refer to clear benchmarks in culture and history. Only in this way, the message hidden in the project becomes understandable.

 

We can divide a designing process into three main stages of action. The first one is an analysis and classification system of a specific designing issue. This is the time when all variables related to the issue are organised and evaluated. The second one covers searching for solutions and draft visualisation of a spontaneous idea which was a result of a specific task. It is probably the most pleasant moment of a designer’s work. At the end, there is a verification of the idea on the basis of the data collected before. In practice, the last two tasks are repeated a few times in order to achieve a satisfactory result.

 

A perfect design is the one which follows the balance between its aesthetic (or artistic) value and its value in use. Losing the balance results in creation of something which is too “fancy” and not useful, or too “technical” and simply ugly.

 

LHL Design
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LHL Design

We choose the highest quality products for you. We have linked our visions with Czech and foreign designers. We believe you will choose from our offer. We are here for you. Radmila Gaudencia, owner of LOFT HOME LIFE a.s.

Thomas Mucha - Muchaline
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Thomas Mucha - Muchaline

Thomas Mucha, designer, artist graduated from the Faculty of Industrial Design Lodz Academy of Fine Arts. Specialization with prof. Jerzy Derkowski in Utility Systems Design. For several years, executing orders for individual foreign customers.

Jose G. Cano - The Sirens Project
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Jose G. Cano - The Sirens Project

I was born in Spain in 1961 and worked for several years in the fashion and distribution industry. After a period of reflection on the purpose of my life, I left Spain and went to live on a sailing boat, travelling to many countries around the Mediterranean, Africa and Asia. Arriving to Thailand by chance, I started working with a charity dealing with the darker side of the tourism industry , working to create safe shelters for women and children living with HIV/Aids, fighting discrimination, stigma and the lack of health resources. This was the most important and life changing period of my life, as it allowed me to experience how best enact social change from a non for profit organisation perspective I was honoured by the Spanish government to be named Honorary Consul of Spain in Phuket and receiving the Cross of Night of the Order of Isabel La Catolica. I moved to New Zealand in 2009 with his wife Kung and daughter Ing, establishing our home and underwater studio in Nelson and became a New Zealand National 5 years later. In my photographic career I initially focused in documentary photography, as a witness of the social problems of our world, and specially South East Asia, I later turned to Fine Art Photography, but with a foot in activism media and photography on matters related to environmental issues. I am a Sea Shepherd volunteer and supporter and I have been trained in Climate Change action by the Al Gore organisation Climate Reality in Berlin 2018. "Sea Creatures" will be the project in which I will work exclusively in the next 2/3 years.

Bořek Šípek Design
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Bořek Šípek Design

Bořek Šípek was a world-wide known architect, designer, visionary, cosmopolitan, self-made man, and we could use many other characteristics at this place. However, according to his colleagues and friends, Bořek Šípek is especially a good man with a great personality. The life of Bořek Šípek was a typical story about big world self-made men. He was often compared to a male Cinderella. At the age of fifteen, he became an orphan (both mother and father died of cancer). At nineteen, having nothing, he emigrated to Germany. Before emigrating he had graduated from an applied arts secondary school in Prague in the field of furniture construction. And he really made use of his studies. Before entering the university in Germany, he worked as a cabinetmaker. Thanks to the scholarship, he graduated from architecture in Hamburg and philosophy in Stuttgart. He taught design at universities in Hannover, Essen and then in Prague for many years. From 2005 he is the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at the Technical University in Liberec, Czech Republic. Šípek's first significant success was a glass house that he had built for his sister, for which he was awarded the German Architecture Prize in 1984. The world opened up for him and he moved to Amsterdam because he was attracted to the liberal atmosphere of this cosmopolitan city. In the middle of eighties he was contacted by the most prestigious Italian design company Driade. Cooperation with Driade was the beginning of the skyrocketing career of "the most distinguished contemporary designer" who "evokes the longing for magic in this horrid realistic world". Driade published his new catalogue where Šípek's work was on offer, which proved his importance to the company. At that time, only four people had their own catalogue – French Philippe Starck, Spanish Oscar Tusquets, Italian Antonia Astori, and Czech Bofiek Šípek. Also thanks to the name Driade, people became more interested in his work and orders from other known and unknown firms soon came in. The Netherlands was struck by the Sipek-mania a Sipek started to aim at exclusive products produced in small quantities; he especially like to design chairs or other pieces of furniture, cutlery, glass, china, vases or lamps and other home accessories. And thanks to Driade, Šípek was also able to explore Asia and his own passion for Asian culture and eastern thinking in general. However, Bořek Šípek has always felt like an architect more than a designer. It remained so until today. He has a simple explanation for it: design consists of packing things into a form and he does not pack. Architecture is a space creation for him and design was earlier a natural part of architecture. Architects, according to Bořek Šípek, forget how powerful they are. " Architecture has the power to manipulate people positively. When I produce an object, I am interested in how it will influence people. Architecture has such a power, much more than any other art. Architects can play with people, guiding them through the house as they need. Different rooms and places have different characters and people have different feelings in them. When we enter a theatre, we should have a different feeling than when we enter a bedroom or an office." As regards contemporary architecture, Šípek says: "When architecture is based on tradition, when it comes from it, even a simple man understands it. I try to interpret new contexts in a new way. It is much closer to me to newly explain something that has roots than to experiment. Tradition has always been a greater inspiration for me than experimentation. During the Renaissance, it was said that in front of a church, there must be at least four steps. You can learn a lot from this because going upstairs means nobleness. The architect and the solution he chooses make the difference. When I draw stairs in front of the building, it means that people will enter the building with a different feeling than when they enter it directly. I can let them enter quickly or slowly…" The main reason of his success in the field of architecture and design is hidden in the following sentence: "If you cannot start again and again, you end up in a routine. I like being unrestricted. The only restrictions that I welcome and that stimulate me are within the borders of the given order. I come out of it and I submit to it. My first two emigrations taught met his."

Dalibor Šípek Design
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Dalibor Šípek Design

Businessman Dalibor Šípek, the son of world-renowned artist and architect Bořek Šípek. He decided to continue the Anežka Neo-Bohemian Glassworks founded by his father and keep the family tradition.


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Ivana Sulon (5.9.2018)

Hello! I was satisfied with e-shop. There was very good opportunity to find something different from other shop offers. Regarding the delivery I must say perfectly precise and safety packed. Communication with the seller was on the top level and for that reason I will recommend this shop to all who is looking for a high quality products.

Katarína Bither (31.8.2018)

Pleasantly crafted portal with inspiration and great design. I wish LHL many satisfied customers.

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