Perhaps you already know Veerle's blog. To those of you who are interested in website design this blog may be a great help, as you find there tutorials about webdesign with an emphasis on CSS. End of 2006 Veerle launched in her blog a new category called "Modern Home Design". In this category Veerle reported in January 2007 so thoroughly and friendly ("Sometimes I am surprised what is out there..." , "... the perfection is in the details", "... will impress visitors") about the Float Bed so that Veerle report about Float is a must on my press-quotes site.
Matías Kirschenbaum is grafic designer from Argentina who is specialized in design editorials and analysis of new tendencies. Since last year I did not know the clarin/dsno blog he writes together with Gustavo Lento Navarro.
The more I was surprised about the huge number of visitors of my website who follow the links of his report on clarin/dsno about my work.
(Please allow me some personal note here: to me this weblog is web as web should be. Some previews, a short fluent text and precise links to the background of the story!)
I was surprised when I read Imeldas blog for one good reason. Two days after I had submitted my website to her wonderful weblog she reported she was very surprised by my email as she had seen my float bed on screen the weekend before at the PANTONE Conference in Singapore on 10/06/2006. Here Tod Schulman, Vice President of Pantone Fashion & Home, featured the float bed in his lecture titled Creative Age. Thanks Imelda for bringing this to light in your report about my work
Design Addict is the european portal for historical and contemporary design. I feel proud and honored that Alix and Patrick of Design Addict valued the float bed and stream chair worth to be listed as an entry in the Design Addict Index.
Adnan of SI sent my a questionaire to create out of my answers a funny article for the Q A- section of his of website SensoryImpact. Btw: what a perfect name for his blog about design! Isn?t it the SensoryImpact of the things we are interested in?
Meaghan of Treehugger posted an article about the float bed with a focus on the ecology of its packing concept. And in the final sentence she discovered a property that might be of interest for some of the future floaters too!
Sleep Will Be a Luxury with Max Longin?s Float Bed
is the headline of this friendly report. And you will find out that if you love your sleep, the float bed is perfect for you.
So if you love your sleep, why not read the whole article here.
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Max Longin is a German mathematician living and working in northern Denmark. He designed the float bed in 2004 and the stream chair in 2006. A blow-by-blow presentation of his products can be found on his website at www.max-longin.com. Feel free to contact him.