Posts filed under 'Products'

Wed 8.6.

Carpet Concept: Rethinking Spaces

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.06.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

Photo courtesy Carpet Concept

Photo courtesy Carpet Concept

Carpet specialist Carpet Concept specialises in providing holistic solutions. At its own factory in Münchenbernsdorf it carries out intensive development work, creating everything from textile collections to holistic spatial concepts that allow interior spaces to be repeatedly transformed. (by Katja Reich)

 

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Photo courtesy Christian Fischbacher

Photo courtesy Christian Fischbacher

For the contract-furnishings area in particular, one of the basic technical requirements is fire safety, which in turn calls for flame-retardant furnishing fabrics. (by Katja Reich)

 

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Tue 7.6.

Campfire Stories

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.06.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

Outward-bounding Bart Leenders, Harrie Leenders MD and son of the eponymous founder, takes to the wilderness for inspiration and energy. "It's my therapy," he explains

Outward-bounding Bart Leenders, Harrie Leenders MD and son of the eponymous founder, takes to the wilderness for inspiration and energy. “It’s my therapy,” he explains

It’s often said that good design is legible design – objects that communicate their use and their usefulness. In the case of premium woodburning-stove manufacturer HARRIE LEENDERS, there’s a compelling story behind many of the products, too. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Mon 6.6.

Creativity Out Of Tradition

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.06.2016 - Tagged as: , , ,

Photo courtesy Anker

Photo courtesy Anker

The design classic PERLON RIPS by ANKER with its numerous innovative improvements continues to impress today, just as it did when it was first created in the late 1950s. (by Katja Reich)

 

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Sun 5.6.

Marset provides the lighting for a private residence in Barcelona

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.06.2016 - Tagged as:

Photo courtesy Marset

Photo courtesy Marset

At Marset they believe that shadows are what furnish a space with colour, atmosphere and warmth. There is no one right light, and the perfect lamp does not exist. In any space, there have to be darker areas so that one can better appreciate the areas with more light. A good lamp must have the ability to create moods and cast shadows around us. There is no relief without shadows.

 

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Wed 1.6.

Less is more

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.06.2016 - Tagged as: ,

All of LoCa's products are designed by Danish studio Harrit & Sørensen. Rather than diversifying into a wide range of products, LoCa focuses on just a few pieces, including a hat rack with hanging rail

All of LoCa’s products are designed by Danish studio Harrit & Sørensen. Rather than diversifying into a wide range of products, LoCa focuses on just a few pieces, including a hat rack with hanging rail

When it comes to launching new products, refined Danish brand LOCA is certainly in no hurry. Why develop new pieces for the sake of it, when you can concentrate your efforts on designing for usefulness, quality and longevity? (by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Tue 31.5.

The Taste Of Technology

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

The concept behind Genius Loci kitchen is that of a secretaire-style desk with secret compartments. Here it is seen with the Air Logica illuminated back panel storage system and responsive doors that can be opened with a simple swipe of the hand

The concept behind Genius Loci kitchen is that of a secretaire-style desk with secret compartments. Here it is seen with the Air Logica illuminated back panel storage system and responsive doors that can be opened with a simple swipe of the hand

Premium Italian kitchen brand VALCUCINE has been a market leader for years, innovating in kitchen design that marries discreet technology with quality surfaces and considered materials. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Sun 29.5.

Danish Delight

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.05.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

For pendant Arkiturbine designer Hans Christian Asmussen drew inspiration from a fundamental predilection for aesthetics, constructivism and asymmetry

For pendant Arkiturbine designer Hans Christian Asmussen drew inspiration from a fundamental predilection for aesthetics, constructivism and asymmetry

Family-run lighting brand DARØ from Denmark designs light that even works turned off. Simply surprising. (by Tom Morris)

 

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