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Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Thu 15.9.

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.09.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Shelf | Design Daniele Lago

Thanks to the absolute transparency of its 8­mm extra­clear tempered glass, the Air Shelf seems to float on air, almost as if it were suspended in space. This makes it perfect in areas where there is not much light, since glass lets light pass through, giving Air an alluring elegance and inspiring visual emotion. Suited for living room, sitting room, bedroom, children’s room or study, as well as offices, libraries, shops and public spaces where one wants a design edge.

 

Discover more on the Air Shelf & Storage:
http://www.lago.it/es/design/libreria­contenedores­air

 

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

 

Ideal for living areas, but not limited to them, the Air Storage combines 36e8 storage units with Air shelves. Air has two faces, and so it can even be set up in the centre of the room, where it makes the space light and luminous, without any of the heaviness of traditional bookcases.

 

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Side Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

 

In Air Side Storage, one of the sides of the container is painted a different colour than the others, creating fresh, elegant compositions. Both the side and the front can be differentiated.

 

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Wardrobe | Design by Daniele Lago

 

The surprising lightness of Air, with semi-­invisible sheets of crystal glass on which the unit rest, project this clothes hanger directly onto a cloud, creating an unrivalled and spectacular effect within the room.
Combining the glass supports with 36e8 containers you can also create elegant chest of drawers and bedside tables.

 

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Shelf | Design by Daniele Lago

 

Ideal for living areas, but not limited to them, the Air Shelf makes the space light and luminous, without any of the heaviness of traditional bookcases. The reversibility of the central shelves lets you transform the product over time, making it an icon of flexibility, easily adapting itself to the spatial context and user taste.

 

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

 

The Air Storage is also a TV stand with a design edge: the containers can be accessorised with solutions for cables and IR receivers, so that you can use your devices in a practical way without taking away from the aesthetic.

 

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

 

You can build your Air Storage just the way you like it: lacquered or Wildwood shelves, containers with lacquered, shiny glass or opaque glass doors and lots of different sizes and heights. And 32 LAGO colours for the shelves, plus the choice of single­colour containers or containers with a face in a different colour. With all of these options, you really are at liberty to create a custom bookcase to suit your own desires and personality.

 

LAGO Air Shelf & Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

@LAGO Air Side Storage | Design by Daniele Lago

 

In Air Side Storage, one of the sides of the container is painted a different colour than the others. Both the side and the front can be differentiated.
This piece of furniture offers an elegant, innovative way of dividing space, since it doesn’t use wall anchors: it is a free­standing, two­sided bookcase that can be put in the centre of the room.

 

Discover more on the Air Shelf & Storage:
http://www.lago.it/es/design/libreria­contenedores­air

Jori: redefining comfort

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.09.2016 - Tagged as:

Jori: redefining comfort

The Jori Shiva sofa: Cosiness meets design

 

For over 50 years the Belgian manufacturer Jori has been making furniture which takes the stress out of everyday situations for its owners. (text by Bethan Ryder)

 

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Tue 19.7.

NYA NORDISKA: FABRICS IN A NEW DIMENSION

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.07.2016 - Tagged as: ,

NYA NORDISKA: FABRICS IN A NEW DIMENSION

Photos © Nya Nordiska

 

Textiles are currently celebrating a wonderful comeback in modern architecture. The current desire for more materiality and sensuality is continuously increasing, with materials themselves becoming a space-forming element. (text by Detail)

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Thu 7.7.

Tod’s Omotesando 6F by nendo (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.07.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

Tod's Omotesando 6F by nendo

Tod’s Omotesando 6F by nendo; Photo © Daici Ano

 

We designed new furnishings for the sixth-floor hall of the Tod’s store on Omotesando, in Tokyo. The open, airy space is surrounded by large windows, so we designed frame-like furnishings reminiscent of the buildings visible outside, jostling together in various shapes and sizes. (text by nendo)

 

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Peter's House by Studio David Thulstrup, photo: Peter Krasilnikoff

Peter’s House by Studio David Thulstrup, photo: Peter Krasilnikoff

The design is focused around a central mirror-clad atrium, which floods all three floors of the residence with natural light. The atrium is lush with specially selected grasses, plants and a feature tree which is visible from all floors – creating a central and bright oasis. (text by Studio David Thulstrup)

 

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Mon 13.6.

Siam Discovery – The Exploratorium by Nendo (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.06.2016 - Tagged as:

Siam Discovery – The Exploratorium by Nendo, photo: Takumi Ota

Siam Discovery – The Exploratorium by Nendo, photo: Takumi Ota

Among the exciting debuts at Siam Discovery is a new Loft store with a design concept that is being utilised for the first time in the world and which is conceived by world-renowned designer Nendo and Loft Japan’s designers. (text by Nendo)

 

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Thu 2.6.

Conservatorium Hotel by Piero Lissoni (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.06.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Conservatorium Hotel by Piero Lissoni, photo: Amit Geron

Conservatorium Hotel by Piero Lissoni, photo: Amit Geron

The Conservatorium century-old redbrick landmark has been given new life by Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni. A sleek steel staircase links the lobby with the rest of the hotel, creating a catwalk like transition. (text by Piero Lissoni)

 

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Fri 27.5.

Pietrina house by Filippo Bombace (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Pietrina house by Filippo Bombace, photo: Serena Eller Vainicher

Pietrina house by Filippo Bombace, photo: Serena Eller Vainicher

Filippo Bombace intervention for Pietrina House required few simple design quest: to define a second bath and to attribute the characters of a musician couples in transit in Rome, maybe for a concert or a quick jam session. The combination of oak parquet laid plug Hungarian throughout the house, vintage furnishing and the actual industrial production complete the house with harmony, as the handfuls of musical notes. (text by Filippo Bombace)

 

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