Posts filed under 'Products'

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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Thu 26.5.

Love You Long Time

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

The Catifa 46, with some of the new soft, yet sophisticated, colours for 2016 by Lievore Altherr Molina. The selection is further amplified by coloured base options. Photo: Dominik Tarabanski

The Catifa 46, with some of the new soft, yet sophisticated, colours for 2016 by Lievore Altherr Molina. The selection is further amplified by coloured base options. Photo: Dominik Tarabanski

With its proven track record of developing products that attest to an impeccable consideration of technology, materials, function and longevity, it’s no surprise that ARPER’s designs have a habit of becoming instant classics. (by Clare Dowdy)

 

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LZF Life Size Dreams Found in the Koi, Elephant and Fish

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.05.2016 - Tagged as:

Photo courtesy LZF Lamps

Photo courtesy LZF Lamps

What size can a lamp be? The Life Size collection from LZF Lamps completely re-engineers the concept of what a lamp can be, both in shape and size. Dreaming big, LZF Lab worked with award-winning Spanish illustrator and designer Isidro Ferrer to create the Elephant and Fish floor lamps, then with Inocuo The Sign to create the Koi pendant lamp. All three lights are wonderfully surreal, their sculptural forms conjuring notions of a fantasy world filled with possibilities and treasures.

 

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Tue 24.5.

Against The Grain

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.05.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

TRAPA's hand-assembled panel-parquet flooring is available in 3D-panel patterns. Its angles make for a rich floor design. Shown here: TRAPA Cantone

TRAPA’s hand-assembled panel-parquet flooring is available in 3D-panel patterns. Its angles make for a rich floor design. Shown here: TRAPA Cantone

Wood needs time and a deep understanding of its materiality to truly reveal its innate beauty. TRAPA invests not only these, but also top-notch craftsmanship, in its products, which marry the contemporary and the functional with the compellingly tactile. (text by Aljoscha Weskott)

 

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Wed 18.5.

Back in Brooklyn

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Todd St John

Todd St John

The NYC design borough that’s still mixing things up. (text by Shonquis Moreno)

 

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Tue 17.5.

LZF – Swirl

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.05.2016 - Tagged as:

Photo courtesy LZF Lamps

Photo courtesy LZF Lamps

Swirl is an ingenious new suspension lamp designed by Ray Power for LZF Lamps. With a shape that is both studied and sculptural, Swirl strikes a handsome profile from every angle. At once elegant and enigmatic, Swirl excites the eye with its eddying and whirling folds, their twisting twirl a sensuous feat.

 

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Kitchen Stories

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Originally designed by Antonio Citterio in 1988, Arclinea’s Italia kitchen lives on today with a glamorously contemporary bronze finish, thanks to the company’s innovative technological process, PVD (physical vapour disposition)

Originally designed by Antonio Citterio in 1988, Arclinea’s Italia kitchen lives on today with a glamorously contemporary bronze finish, thanks to the company’s innovative technological process, PVD (physical vapour disposition)

Recent years have seen the kitchen become the non plus ultra of socialising spaces within the domestic sphere. Such a development is in no small part thanks to premium manufacturer ARCLINEA, which delivers kitchen environments that make you linger longer. Why bother with the rest of the house? (by Dominic Lutyens)

 

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