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'R.I.G. Modules' shelving by Mikal Harrsen & Adam Hall for MA/U Studio

‘R.I.G. Modules’ shelving by Mikal Harrsen & Adam Hall for MA/U Studio

MA/U Studio’s ultra minimalistic R.I.G. table and shelving system is designed from the idea of joining simple principles; optimized use of materials, enhanced functionality and a minimalistic expression.

 

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The outdoor kitchen elements can be supplemented with lounge seating, dining furniture, storage and other accessories to create a complete and ‘stylistically consistent’ outdoor living space

The outdoor kitchen elements can be supplemented with lounge seating, dining furniture, storage and other accessories to create a complete and ‘stylistically consistent’ outdoor living space

The new 2015 catalogue produced by Swedish furniture brand Röshults depicts its products positioned around the lounge and expansive terraces of a luxurious villa in the French city of Nice. The managing director of Röshults, Tobias Lindberg, explains that he wanted to show how the products could contribute to ‘many people’s idea of a dream lifestyle’, and tells Architonic how every design decision is targeted towards achieving this notion of stylish and sophisticated living. (by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Tue 27.1.

The Lateral Thinker

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.01.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Slotted into place: the "Siebenschläfer" bed is a totally metal-free construction

Slotted into place: the “Siebenschläfer” bed is a totally metal-free construction

Anyone who visits Nils Holger Moormann at his company headquarters in Aschau at the foot of Kampenwand Mountain near Chiemsee is immediately plunged deep into his world. Three flags at the entrance, printed with outrageous misspellings of his name (such as “Motorman”), point to a generous helping of humour and self-mockery. Moormann has been producing furniture for more than 30 years but didn’t actually discover furniture making as an outlet for his creativity until his late 20s, after abandoning his law studies. (by Atrium)

 

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The Flow flooring collection from Bolon features a transparent thread woven into its surface that reflects light to create a sense of visual motion

The Flow flooring collection from Bolon features a transparent thread woven into its surface that reflects light to create a sense of visual motion

The latest flooring collection from pioneering Swedish brand Bolon epitomises the ethos of design-led innovation established by sisters Annica and Marie Eklund since they took control of the family business in 2003. Subtle pastel shades, versatile laying possibilities and the use of recycled materials combine to make ‘Flow’ an attractive and ecological flooring option for heavy-usage areas that nonetheless need to look stylish. (by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Fri 23.1.

Beauty Shines Through: LUCELAB brings light to life

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.01.2015 - Tagged as: ,

The famous drop or wall lamp "FleXXXibile": two sizes, adjustable height and length, available in aluminium or nickel

The famous drop or wall lamp “FleXXXibile”: two sizes, adjustable height and length, available in aluminium or nickel

For twenty years, Oliver Michl has been a tireless lighting designer and developer of special luminaires, focusing on site-specific lighting solutions and innovative designs. His classic “FleXXXibile” luminaire enjoys cult status amongst creatives: available in drop or wall-mounted versions, it features a concertina lattice that allows the light to be precision-targeted. (by Atrium)

 

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Thu 22.1.

Premium Furniture in Premium Stainless Steel

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.01.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Timeless design: like everything from Heinen, the lounge set is built to last and retain its value

Timeless design: like everything from Heinen, the lounge set is built to last and retain its value

“This is where I stood wondering what kind of garden furniture was right for us,” recalls Lizzy Heinen as if it were yesterday. She was searching for something that was comfortable, looked smart and could be left outside all year round. But there was nothing like that on the market (yet). So the art teacher rolled up her sleeves and built her own – out of premium stainless steel! And with the classic, clear-cut forms that have become her trademark. Because it wasn’t just her own family that loved her prototypes; friends and acquaintances were equally fascinated by the meticulously made furniture and were soon inundating her with orders. (by Atrium)

 

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Wed 21.1.

Lord of the Rings

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.01.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Shapely: a single "Stilio Uno" chandelier works its sophisticated magic in Schlosshotel Lisl

Shapely: a single “Stilio Uno” chandelier works its sophisticated magic in Schlosshotel Lisl

Ingenious ideas full of passion: at LICHT IM RAUM, lighting knows no bounds. “We welcome special requests; in fact, anything is feasible,” says Daniel Klages, Managing Director and the creative mind behind the hand-crafted lighting enterprise in the Bergisches Land region. “We take a flexible approach to clients’ requests and produce customised luminaires in an extremely short time.” The experienced experts at Lüntenbeck Castle make sure of that. (by Atrium)

 

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Tue 20.1.

Magic Wands: LDM luminaires reveal the poetry inherent in clear geometric solids

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.01.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Elegant: the high-gloss finish gives the elliptical modules of the "Cosmo" series a very upscale look. In the "Grande Uno" version they are interlinked to create a luminaire with a length of 71.5 cm

Elegant: the high-gloss finish gives the elliptical modules of the “Cosmo” series a very upscale look. In the “Grande Uno” version they are interlinked to create a luminaire with a length of 71.5 cm

To begin with, the former machine shop close to the city centre betrays no sign of its new purpose. Back in 2005, it came up for sale at the perfect time for Pforzheim entrepreneur Jürgen Glauner – and his company, LDM GmbH, relocated for the second time since it was founded 22 years ago. This is where 18 employees now process, assemble and finish the approximately 6000 bought-in components for a compelling luminaire collection consisting of the six product lines “EccoLed”, “Smarty”, “Santo”, “Cosmo”, “Luna” and “Mono”. (by Atrium)

 

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