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Alboran by Hugo Tejada

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Alboran by Hugo Tejada

 

Alboran 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 Alboran. 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. (more…)

Contemporary classic: String

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Contemporary classic: String

STRING GRID, STRING ORGANIZER. Photo: © String

 

The String shelf system, designed in 1949 by Nils Strinning, represents a milestone in Scandinavian design. String has been designed in such a way that it can be put together individually, and therefore adapts to all spatial conditions. With its simple, timeless design language, it still fascinates today. (text by Detail)

 

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The Sculpture of Seating: Studio Benkert

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The Sculpture of Seating: Studio Benkert

The seating sculptures of the series SW are fabricated out of a high-performance wood-fibre material and resemble dark, curved bands

 

For his latest project, STUDIO BENKERT company founder Gerhard Benkert has designed unconventional, sculptural seating furniture that makes a striking statement in its surroundings.(text by Katharina Sommer)

 

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