17 Oct Fab Five Favs With Blane Charles
Here at Stacy Garcia Inc., we are always looking for new, innovative products. Blane Charles, Founder of Blane Charles Design Consulting presents to us “Fab Five Favs”, which outlines five inspirational products.
BCDC (Blane Charles Design Consulting) is driven by the mission to empower clients with the tools to thrive through style and the courage to experience life to the fullest. By doing so we are keeping them on the cutting edge and connected to the most progressive and environmental friendly in the world of design.
BCDC presents “FAB FIVE FAVS!” which features five works of inspiration and beauty and in turn celebrates artist & entrepreneurs carving new paths as they fulfill their mission to make our world a better place.
We are proud to launch FFF “with the locally produced and globally branded luxury furnishings” of ROBERT ARPIN Founder, Design Director of PARLOUR.
“Bringing globalization back home,” Mr. Arpin’s brand PARLOUR took 15 years of effort to fulfill its mission to “Disrupt the Narrative” and “Build Community” and in turn speak to a new era where focus is essential to the process just as much as to the end result.
We here at BCDC absolutely fell head over heels in love with the timeless, multi-functional designs “for the Internet of Things” that are organically presented in such minimalistic forms. And we were also drawn to interconnectedness of shape and form which is quite evident in Arpin’s collections which also carry with them a profound narrative.
Robert Arpin’s vision is fueled with his commitment to our environment, the future and his love of nature which he developed growing up in the lush cliffs overlooking Lake Champlain.
“Fab Five Favs!” choose the five designs featured in this article to celebrate PARLOUR and its furnishings which “create the most value while doing the least harm.”
1. Pagodas at SPIN. Photo by Mike Dote
2. Ruby Box. Photo by Christian Ramos
3. Albert Benches. Photo by Christian Ramos
4. Unhinged. Photo by Mike Dote
5. Babylon. Photo by Luciano Fileti