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Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Fri 11.11.

Show Business: Dauphin’s New London Office

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.11.2016 - Tagged as:

Show Business: Dauphin's New London Office

Dauphin HumanDesign Group produces furniture that responds to the varying needs of contemporary workplaces, from ergonomic task chairs to storage and seating for breakout areas

In its staging of inspiring work environments, premium office-furniture manufacturer DAUPHIN HumanDesign Group’s new London office speaks directly to architects, designers and other professionals.

 

Dauphin has been pioneering the design and production of innovative office furniture since 1969, under the stewardship of the Dauphin family. Steady growth, and the acquisition of several other brands specialising in design-led products and systems, have helped to affirm the Dauphin HumanDesign Group’s status as a European design powerhouse with a global reach. (text by Alyn Griffiths)

 
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Thu 3.11.

MARSET: When History and Design go hand in hand

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.11.2016 - Tagged as:

When History and Design go hand in hand

Mercer Hotel Barcelona

 

The Mercer Hotel Barcelona—an exclusive, five star “Grand Luxe” hotel that’s listed as a historical monument in the heart of Barcelona’s Gothic neighborhood—protects a piece of Barcelona’s valuable historical heritage, as it includes sections of the Roman walls of the ancient city of Barcino, parts of which date back to the 1st century A.D.
Hotel guests have exclusive access to the medieval frescoes of the 28th bastion, discovered during a four-year renovation by architect Rafael Moneo.
Moneo’s vision integrates these items of great historical value with modern design pieces, such as Marset’s Ginger floor lamp in the hotel lounge and Cala outdoor lamp on the rooftop terrace.

 

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Fri 28.10.

No Interruptions: Bette

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.10.2016 - Tagged as:

No Interruptions: Bette

With the flush-mounted BetteFloor shower base the shower becomes part of the floor, while a wide range of different shapes and sizes means it can be integrated harmoniously into any kind of flooring or design

A new, highly considered colour collection marks the tenth anniversary of the launch of bathroom specialists Bette’s game-changing BetteFloor shower-area. (text by Katharina Sommer )

 

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Cell Division: Brunner

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.10.2016 - Tagged as:

Cell Division: Brunner

Relaxed sitting or focused work? Both are possible with the “cellular” modular workspaces from Brunner

With its modular CELLULAR workspaces, the German contract furniture brand BRUNNER adapts the classical work cell to the demands of the modern open-space office. (text by Katharina Sommer )

 

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Wed 26.10.

Architectural Journey Of Discovery

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.10.2016 - Tagged as:

Architectural Journey Of Discovery

The contribution of Mosa Scenes to the atmosphere of Peppe Giacomazza’s new Italian restaurant

Peppe Giacomazza made name with La Botte, his Italian restaurant in Genk, Belgium, that serves top-flight Italian food. Not long ago he opened his second restaurant, Peppe’s. Massimo Pignanelli of UAU collectiv designed the interior. ‘A common feature of all our designs is that we don’t reveal everything immediately. We want the user to go on a journey of discovery through a building. Walking from room to room, the visitor experiences different atmospheres. Furniture and the products on display, as well as the materials used, such as the 15 x 15 centimetre Mosa Murals Blend and Scenes tiles, all make their own contribution.’ (text by MOSA )

 

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Tue 25.10.

Reflections on light by MARSET.

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.10.2016 - Tagged as:

Behind any object, especially those concerned with light, there is a clear intention to attempt to improve the quality of life of the user and take care of the space in which the light is found. Light allows us to see our surroundings, looking after light is essential, and it is precisely this, that is at the heart of this project.

 

‘Reflections on light’ is part of a series of conversations with architects, designers and artists who work with and think about light every day. This first series of videos and interviews focuses on the people behind the objects, concentrating on their creative vision and background from which their ideas are born, the importance of the beauty of an object that is well made, but at the same time never forgetting how the object affects our perception of life.

 

To watch the stories, visit http://reflectionsonlight.marset.com/

 

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Marset in nature

Reflections on light by MARSET

Thu 20.10.

Sounds Good: Acousticpearls

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.10.2016 - Tagged as:

SOUNDS GOOD: ACOUSTICPEARLS

Looks good and optimises the acoustics, too: the COLOR FIELDS textile panel system uses various formats and colour combinations to offer a multitude of design possibilities

The Bremen firm ACOUSTICPEARLS beautifies spaces not only visually, but also acoustically. (text by Katharina Sommer)

 

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Gaggenau: Cook at home like the professionals

© Petra Kellner

In Haus D. in Hilpoltstein, architecture and interior design go hand in hand. Around the central kitchen, the open room sequences ensure the professional interaction of living, cooking and working. (text by Detail)

 

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