Posts from September 2014
Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.09.2014 - Tagged as: Cersaie
Architonic in Bologna: Cersaie 2014
Last week the Architonic team and more than 100,000 visitors attended CERSAIE in Bologna, Italy, the world’s largest exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings. Here below are the final two Facebook photo galleries from the show where more than 945 exhibitors presented their products.
> to Architonic in Bologna: Cersaie 2014, Part 3
Manufacturers shown include: Porcelanosa, Mirage, Villeroy & Boch, Porcelaingres, Catalano, Cordivari, Rubinetterie Treemme, Nobili
> to Architonic in Bologna: Cersaie 2014, Part 4
Manufacturers shown include: Stella, Kerasan, Casalgrande Padana, Atlas Concorde, Lea Ceramiche, Glass Design, DECOR WALTHER, Ceramica Flaminia, DURAVIT, VitrA Bad, Refin, AGROB BUCHTAL, NEOLITH, Nobili
Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.09.2014 - Tagged as: Brazil, Studio Arthur Casas
Saraiva Bookstore by Studio Arthur Casas, Photo: Fernando Guerra
Located inside a mall in Rio de Janeiro, Saraiva Bookstore was conceived as a hybrid between a public square and a library, “a place for conviviality, leisure, concentration and rest at the same time” says its architect Studio Arthur Casas.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.09.2014 - Tagged as: Cersaie
Architonic in Bologna: Cersaie 2014
Last week the Architonic team made its way to Bologna, Italy for CERSAIE, the “International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings”. Here’s a look at the novelties from the best brands on the show floor in the first two of a series of Facebook photo galleries.
> to Architonic in Bologna: Cersaie 2014, Part 1
Manufacturers shown include: antoniolupi, Bisazza, XILO1934, Wall&decò, Ridea, Oset, Marazzi
> to Architonic in Bologna: Cersaie 2014, Part 2
Manufacturers shown include: Fap Ceramiche, Caesar, INALCO, VIVES Cerámica, Keope, Ceramiche Supergres, Porcelanosa
Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.09.2014 - Tagged as: Afroditi Krassa, design hotel
TwoRuba Bar by Studio AfroditiKrassa
Studio AfroditiKrassa pushes the boundaries of the traditional curtain with a modern interpretation of the room divider using ‘metal mesh drapery’, an innovative, eco friendly and hardwearing bronze metal material.
Danish Meat Research Institute by C.F. Møller
The Danish Meat Research Institute by C.F. Møller has a design based on the simple design idiom of its surrounding buildings, built in the 1970s, but with modern twists such as using pre-fabricated brick reliefs and incorporating bay windows.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.09.2014 - Tagged as: Dominic Lutyens, tiles
Tiles in a calming green – suggestive of being underwater – were chosen to line the interior of skincare brand Aesop’s Berlin store, designed by Weiss-Heiten
Given the huge vogue for cladding buildings in ceramic tiles, we shouldn’t be surprised to hear that they are now fast infiltrating interiors too. It’s not hard to see why. People find glazed ceramic tiles appealing because of their seductive qualities – their lusciously lustrous surfaces and, if patterned, their potential for being stunningly decorative. (by Dominic Lutyens)
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.09.2014 - Tagged as: Nasza Polska, Poland, TLmag
Nasza Polska logo, inflated metal letters designed by Zieta Prozessdesign © Courtesy of Zieta Prozessdesign
Nasza Polska, “our Poland”, brings contemporary Polish design into the spotlight in the form of a touring-exhibition that gathers up-and-coming talents, established studios and legendary masters – working in Poland and abroad.
‘CR GTI’ coffee table by Oliver Conrad
For ‘CR GTI’, selected pieces of wood from the workshop of designer Oliver Conrad are chosen for recycling and converted into a natural wooden coffee table.