Dining room with a classic 60´s vibe
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chair by Vita Interiors
chair
by Vita Interiors
Faithful reproduction of the original design of the Eames DSR chair.
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TABLE by Vita Interiors
TABLE
by Vita Interiors
High quality reproduction in the style of Eero Saarinen´s Marble Oval Tulip Table.
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Dining room with a classic 60´s vibe

Welcome to The Fanzynet's first 2015 deco mood board. We are glad to show you a refreshing and colourful dinning room that you will love. Full of iconic pieces, you just will want to add this room to your home. Blue arrows wallpaper by Furbish Studio is a wonderful and original choice to decorate your dinning room. A very special design for a very special room. Gus Modern is inspired by simple forms and honest materials, which they use as the springboard for everything they create. The Canadian-based design collective delights in the simplicity of everyday objects. The result is… More Info
Colourful Stripes
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trouser by Stella McCartney
trouser
by Stella McCartney
Silk wide leg trouser in green and blue rugby stripes.
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scarf by Janavi
scarf
by Janavi
Cashmere scarf.
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Colourful Stripes

The Resort shows seems to get bigger and bigger every season, with a greater number of designers, showing off their precious wares, not just the three big ones (Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Dior). And as these designers put more effort into and emphasis on their resort collections, we are inevitably left with more looks to analyze and trends to discuss. On The Fanzynet we have decided to start the year with one of the biggest trends of 2015's Resort: bold stripes. It's no secret that nautical stripes are a Resort season staple, but this time around, designers took a much… More Info
January_2015 Cover
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TAPESTRY
TAPESTRY
Alexander Calder design in handwoven jute fiber.
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January_2015 Cover

On The Fanzynet we have chosen for our January cover the image of a rug, that he have not designed but was inspired on Alexander Calder's work. Calder himself allowed the use of some existing designs to be interpreted by weavers from Nicaragua and Guatemala in support of the victims of a terrible earthquake that hit Central America on the seventies. Member of a family of sculptors, his mother was also a painter. Alexander Calder studied mechanics engineering and in 1923 attended The Art Students' League of Los Angeles, where he received the great influence of the school artists. He… More Info