Found at Salone del Mobile 2013 – Smokestack outdoor heater by Dutch designer Frederik Roijé, mimics a factory chimney of those traditional times.
Frederik Roijé refers it as a symbol of industrial progression, large in size and showcased at Torneria, Via Tortona 32, in this year’s Salone del Mobile. Have a look of images below:
Related posts:To-Bee: A domestic design that allows beekeeping at homeCal Spas intros R-Elements, the ultimate spa package for backyard partying Two...Read Full Story
If you are about looking for stylish magazine rack, Frederik Roijé presents us stylish wall mounted magazine holder that will be fit to your modern interior. This magazine wall mounted magazine holder called “Guidelines” is made from metal, available in black, yellow, blue and red color. They also look so stylish with crossing folded pattern. It will be really perfect to be placed in your living room, bedroom or in bathroom.
Reference: Frederik RoijéRead Full Story
Wikizines are interactive magazines that anyone can create or edit - and this one is about Frederik. Here you can find fresh voices and respond in real time. Some members write articles about recent news and trends related to the wikizine's topic, others recount relevant personal stories or share their favorite pictures and video clips. Got an interesting idea or story to share with other members of this wikizine? Well, then put on your journalist's cap and add your own article!Read Full Story
'Embers of War,' by Frederik Logevall To orthodox historians, the relative strength of the two Vietnamese sides meant that the tides of history worked against the United States, which fought a fundamentally unwinnable war.The Lost Chance for Peace and the Escalation of War in Vietnam (1999), Logevall draws on a substantial secondary literature and archival research to analyze the interplay of Vietnamese nationalism with international upheavals marked by World War II, the Cold War and the...Read Full Story
Stay up to date on Frederik and track Frederik in pictures and the press.