Interview with Eero Aarnio | fluoro

There are few things that can define an era. Then there are fewer things not only that define an era but also seep into those succeeding it, and retain valuable cultural currency. A concept released in 1962 caused a stir and remains relevant to this day. It was the Ball Chair. A hollow sphere sliced … Continue reading Interview with Eero Aarnio | fluoro

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Amsterdam: A City of Creation | fluoro

“I see drawings and pictures in the poorest of huts and dirtiest of corners.” – Vincent Van Gogh Amsterdam. A city renowned for its culture, history, art and UNESCO world heritage listed canals, will see a surge in creative events this month with the renowned Amsterdam Art Weekend and International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) … Continue reading Amsterdam: A City of Creation | fluoro

Solving the London Housing Crisis | fluoro

Today London is facing a tough challenge, with an inflated population and increased pressure on the housing market. Statistics from the Valuation Office Agency, a body that lends valuation and property advice to government, show sharp increases in housing prices over the last four years, forcing people to rent smaller more affordable properties, house share, and reside in dwellings … Continue reading Solving the London Housing Crisis | fluoro

Hussein Chalayan: Gravity Fatigue | fluoro

Hussein Chalayan is showing us his creative mastery once again, this time with a new dance production at London’s Sadler’s Wells dance studio. Chalayan’s new production Gravity Fatigue has seen him collaborating with acclaimed choreographer Damien Jalet, who has had a longstanding partnership with Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, who together created Bolero, a collaboration with … Continue reading Hussein Chalayan: Gravity Fatigue | fluoro

Failures of the Greats: Why You’re Doing Better than You Think (Plus 17 Writing Tips from Some Greats) | Linkedin Pulse

Before having This Side of Paradise published, Francis Scott Fitzgerald claimed he had received one hundred and twenty-two rejection letters. He then spent two months rewriting The Romantic Egoist, retitling it to This Side of Paradise and sent it to his publishers. Within two weeks he received a special delivery form the editor, reading: “The … Continue reading Failures of the Greats: Why You’re Doing Better than You Think (Plus 17 Writing Tips from Some Greats) | Linkedin Pulse