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Thu 21.9.

Alboran 2017: Hugo Tejada Design

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.09.2017 - Tagged as:

Alboran 2017 Hugo Tejada Design

 

Alborán follows the line of minimalism that defines the style of the designer, another concept of pure lines where the effect of light prevails over form. Once again, Hugo Tejada uses natural elements as a source of inspiration. On this occasion the movement of the sea and the reflections created by the projection of light serve as an inspiring element to create the lamp Alborán. The light effect is the key element, the composition at different heights of its metallic screens allows light to flow between them creating a degradation of intensities with great subtlety and elegance, a warm and friendly object that will not go unnoticed.

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Tue 19.9.

Guiding Light: Artemide

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Guiding Light: Artemide

The Tolomeo family ranges in size from the diminutive Tolomeo Micro, to the XXL model, which is four-times large than the original table lamp and can be used indoors or outdoors

 

For 30 years now, Italian premium lighting manufacturer ARTEMIDE has been illuminating the landscape of contemporary design with the elegant and versatile Tolomeo lamp. (text by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Mon 18.9.

arturo alvarez. Wall Lamp Design

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.09.2017 - Tagged as:

arturo alvarez. Wall Lamp Designs

Onn wall lamp, ref. ON06G More info: http://www.arturo-alvarez.com/lighting/onn-wall-lamp-on06g

 

With their innovative materials and surprising shapes, handmade in Spain, arturo alvarez’s wall lamps seem to be alive, bringing into every room well-being and a subtle beauty. Many of them are inspired by nature, with organic and fluid forms from which the light escapes, creating soft reflections on the wall.

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Thu 14.9.

What’s Art Got To Do With It?: Laufen

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What’s Art Got To Do With It?: Laufen

 

A long-standing cultural sponsor, premium Swiss bathroom manufacturer LAUFEN sees its contribution to the wider creative field as just another part of its commitment to collaboration and innovation. (text by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Wed 13.9.

The Audiophiles: Acousticpearls

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The Audiophiles: Acousticpearls

Vision on, sound out: Color Fields by acousticpearls provide effective sound management, while functioning as space-defining elements via their strong chromatic expression

 

As sound management secures its stake at the top table of planning issues, German-based manufacturer ACOUSTICPEARLS shows how interior architecture can – and should – work for the ears as well as the eyes. (text by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Tue 12.9.

The Brewery Yard by AR-MA

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The Brewery Yard by AR-MA

Photographer: John Gollings

Tzannes Associates’ recent Irving Street Brewery project provides Central Park with a tri-generational plant through adaptive reuse of the Carlton and United Brewery buildings. The project has been awarded for its conservation success on two occasions by the Australian Institute for Architects (AIA). The project’s façade design and engineering posed a number of construction and installation challenges, due to the complexity of its geometry and its scale. AR-MA was engaged to provide a pre-fabricated solution to these issues, employing custom digital tools and customised construction systems to do so.

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Mon 11.9.

arturo alvarez, emotional light. New designs

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.09.2017 - Tagged as:

arturo alvarez, emotional light. New designs

URA collection

Innovative materials, surprising shapes, lighting designed to create emotions… The new collections arturo alvarez are the expression of the strong connection and influence on his work of the European Atlantic nature, filled with splendor and mystery. Organic, geometric and even whimsical forms, with different plays of lights and shadows. The simplicity and elegance of the pieces reach the spectator, because they become recognizable and close.

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Fri 8.9.

Primo Cafe Bar Tübingen by DIA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.09.2017 - Tagged as:

Primo Cafe Bar Tübingen by DIA

Photographer: Martin Baitinger

Superb coffee culture in the city’s heart

The Primo Cafe Bar stands for high-quality coffee, an Italian lifestyle and a sustainable mind-set. In the spirit of this brand philosophy, an authentic interior design concept with natural materials and dedication to detail was created.

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