Posts filed under 'Inspirations'
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.
‘The Particle Plan’ by Studio Drift, DUS, Digiluce and Rombout Frieling
A team of four Dutch creative studio’s; Studio Drift, DUS, Digiluce and Rombout Frieling, has won the pitch to create one of the largest permanent interactive light installations in the world, for one of Switzerland’s most prominent landmarks, the 680 year old ‘Kapellbrücke’ (Chapel Bridge) in Lucerne.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.09.2014 - Tagged as: newsletter
With the opening of Cersaie 2014 in Bologna on 22 September, the city will once more become – for a period of five days – the world’s main focal point for ceramic tiling, as well as for bathroom design and furnishing. Visitors are guided to the fair by the striking ‘trade fair towers’ designed by Kenzo Tange, which have been part of Bologna’s skyline since 1967.
For many years now, architects and designers have been giving Cersaie its individual flair, and not simply with creative stand designs. The exhibition is enriched by a wide range of special events that convey the atmosphere surrounding the fair’s high-quality products to almost every corner of the city. One very special location is the historic architectural complex of Ex Ospedale dei Bastardini, where the 2014 Bologna Water Design showcase event will offer not only an Architonic Totem, but also numerous surprises and exhibits on the theme of water.
Our feature article on ceramics in interiors – along with the Architonic Guide, which has been produced for Cersaie for the very first time – will help you to find your way around the Cersaie exhibition and discover the most interesting new developments within the industry. We look forward to welcoming you at our stand in Centro Servizi, No. 9, in front of Halls 25/26.
Contents in brief:
Architonic Guide Cersaie
Gloriously Glossy: The Versatile Tile Adorns the Coolest Interiors
Bologna Water Design
Architonic Photo Tour: Maison&Objet 2014
Further articles from Architonic’s ‘News & Trends’
Inspiring Search Results N° 33: Wall tiles
Inspiring Spaces N° 25: Bathrooms
Architecture and Design Projects on Architonic
Architonic’s Cersaie 2014 can be read (and subscribed to) here.
Posted by Sophie Loschert on 23.09.2014 - Tagged as: architecture book
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Balthazar Korab Archive at the Library of Congress, [LC-DIG-krb-15.032]
The TWA Terminal is one of the best-known buildings of our time. Finally a book on the icon of the 1960s shall be published – you can contribute.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.09.2014 - Tagged as: Arita, ceramics, Japan
ARITA 400project: Celebrating the 400-Year Anniversary of Arita
Commemorating the 400-year anniversary of Arita porcelain’s foundation, the ARITA 400project celebrates the traditions and techniques that have been refined over its long history in the town of its origin, Arita, in Saga Prefecture, Japan.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.09.2014 - Tagged as: Berlin
Triangle Bed by June-14 | Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge and Sam Chermayeff
‘How soon is now’ is an exhibition by 12 Berlin-based studios of architects, designers and engineers that revisits themes from the legendary This Is Tomorrow exhibition, held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London in 1956.
Offline Two, Collecting Exhibition by OKOLO, photo: OKOLO, Courtesy of Kunstgewerbemuseum
An exhibition at the Kunstgewerbemuseum in Dresden, curated by Okolo and Depot Basel, explores the phenomenon of collecting from many different perspectives, with nine various collections installed inside the historical chambers of the museum’s Bergpalais.