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Hangzhou Zhongshuge by Li Xiang

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Hangzhou Zhongshuge by Li Xiang

Photographer: Shao Feng

 

After years of growth, Hangzhou Zhongshuge is always adhering to its initial desire to emerge as the most beautiful bookstore for readers, and constantly strives to work on the most culturally artistic bookstore, from learning how to walk, to live, to brave and to persevere. (more…)

Nur by Mantra

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Nur by Mantra

 

An illuminated line without beginning nor end, conforms this original lighting range. Designed by José Ignacio Ballester for mantra and based on the previous collection NUR; INFINITY is an effective lighting range, pure and minimalist, with its elegant lines in suspension. It is composed by several shapes and sizes, in ceiling, chandelier or table lamp. Constructed with a light and profiled in chrome, with polycarbonate mat diffuser, which allows to realize and adapt the curves, and turns. With two differentiating versions, one in silver combined with chrome, with led 3000k, for avant-garde and modern atmosphere. And the other, in brown oxide, with warm light 2800k, for classic or rustic ambient. (more…)

Design For Health: Flokk

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Design For Health: Flokk

Photo: © Flokk

Scandinavia is a design trendsetter. The puristic appearance of products from Norway, Sweden and Denmark is the result of relaxed understatement and a clear design language. The Norwegian company Flokk is the market leader in the design, development and production of workplace furniture in Europe.(text by Detail)

 

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Global phenomenon: NEO/CRAFT’s Iris pendant light

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Global phenomenon: NEO/CRAFT's Iris pendant light

Floating bubbles. In her installation in the toilet entry area at Berlin’s Wintergarten theatre, artist Fiona Bennett casts Iris in a purely aesthetic role. Here, a custom design invokes the magic of the spheres without their lighting function

 

Young Berlin-based designer Sebastian Scherer is never happy with the status quo of things. To achieve his creative visions, his company NEO/CRAFT pushes materials to the limit – and beyond.(text by Barbara Jahn-Rösel)

 

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