Architonic Live in Kortrijk: Biennale Interieur 2014
It’s 2014 and the Interieur design biennial has returned to Kortrijk, Belgium for its 24th edition. With six exhibition halls Biennale Interieur combines the industry’s leading manufacturers and young, up-and-coming designers presenting contemporary design for the home as well as multiple interior innovations. The Architonic team is on site, here are our first two Facebook galleries:
> to Architonic Live in Kortrijk: Biennale Interieur 2014, Part 1
Manufacturers shown include: Mattiazzi, Artek, Rizz, Moroso, Zanotta, edra, Flos, Jori, Sky-Frame, Modular, Nyta, Jacco Maris, Ercol, DURAVIT, Gaggenau, Delightfull, Focus, Capo d’Opera
> to Architonic Live in Kortrijk: Biennale Interieur 2014, Part 2
Manufacturers shown include: Cappellini, Occhio, Alias, FSB, Tacchini, Capdell, Geberit, Dornbracht, Alape, Catellani & Smith, Trizo21, Objekten, Ghyczy, TOG, Fantoni, Eden Design, Porcelanosa, CEADESIGN
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