Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.10.2016 - Tagged as: GAN
This product by GAN is as fresh, sophisticated and cheerful as Brazil, its country of origin. The collection adds a new twist to classic concepts with innovative shapes, copper and ceramics. Bowls, side tables for serving and presenting food, pedestals that give pride of place to a work of art or a lovely plant… Find the perfect spot and add a little everyday pleasure to your home.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.10.2016 - Tagged as: Marset
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.
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)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.10.2016 - Tagged as: roland wolf
The banks laughed at him because of his idea to make glasses entirely from wood. Including the hinges. Completely without screws. Roland Wolf did not give up, but instead only became more committed and put his heart and soul into the task. Today his company, Rolf Spectacles, is causing a real stir in the spectacles scene.
Spectacles often make a fashionable ensemble complete and are therefore subject for ever changing designs. With veneer, Roland Wolf has discovered a completely new material with which to design his eyewear. The veneer gives the surface a natural touch and makes each pair of spectacles a unique item that has no exact equal anywhere.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.10.2016 - Tagged as: Marset
Marset brings exclusivity and innovation to private banking
Architecture and interior design are strategic tools that also communicate brand values. In this case, the architect Stefano Colli has performed an exercise in rebranding a private bank in Spanish, focusing on values like rigour, tradition, exclusivity and innovation.
The private banking clients are welcomed in an exclusive, domestic atmosphere which communicates respect for tradition and positive values. Thanks to the use of carefully chosen furnishings and lights, a message is conveyed that expresses cultivated, solid stylistic values.
Lights like the Pleat Box, Nenúfar, Discocó, Cala, Neón de Luz and Hazy Day from the Marset collection create a clear discourse around the concept of exclusivity. They are timeless pieces whose value will remain unchanged over time.
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