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True. Also when something starts to get too common its looses its appeal somewhat. It starts to blend in to a point where you don´t notice it anymore.
If intellectual property is not to be respected then many of the product innovations we have, whether in the fields of furniture or medicine might otherwise not have been created.Where I might agree that an Eames Chair is overpriced , I also respect that Vitra and Herman Miller have a staff to pay and also need funds to create the Eames Chairs of tomorrow. I don´t see the companies making fakes being creative and offering us innovative new products thus creating employment...
Don´t hate it but read about this recently that Gehry argued with everybody involved. The lattice and glass windows and the use of wood as a whole were concerns in relation to strength and weight. Gehry had insisted on wood as a traditional material in sailing. Each to his own, whatever floats your boat.
Stating that you supported the fake industry which doesn´t respect copyright laws....that would be rude. I don´t believe you got your money back on the first fake and as you said yourself it quality way very disappointing. So you passed the rubbish on to someone else which means its all about the money and not about the product. There are a lot of things I cannot afford but I can appreciate them without having to buy a fake. I personally could never be happy knowing...
Frankly I thought it resembles a cow patty lying on a piece of metal. I was trying not to hurt feeling....whooops
Just one question. Why buy too fakes at just over 3 grand when HM are selling the real thing including Ottoman for 4800$. The fakes are worth very little on the used market whereas the HM will keep a large part of its current value.
Not feeling it
My new dining table arrived yesterday. A Nuur from Aper by Simon Pengelly. I got it with chome legs and frame but with the same red top as here. Very minimalistic but I´m also very happy with it. Always worry odering something I haven´t seen in the flesh.
I wholeheartedly agree that the rarity of materials are driving the price somewhat, however a bullish market drives it even more. Yes some old woods are hard to come by and yes they even often have to have a certificate of authenticity but its the same as the car prices. Why are some classic cars double the price now they were just 5 years ago. Yes they don´t make them any more but they certainly are not any rarer that five years ago. Investors are driving prices. With...
There may be a god but theres definitely no accounting for taste
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