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Wed 4.3.

Milan 2015 Preview: Moroso (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.03.2015 - Tagged as: , , ,

Glider sofa by Ron Arad, the version displayed at iSaloni will be upholstered with Blur, a shaded fabric produced exclusively for Moroso by FEBRIK, in the red-purple gradation.

Glider sofa by Ron Arad, the version displayed at iSaloni will be upholstered with Blur, a shaded fabric produced exclusively for Moroso by FEBRIK, with a red-purple gradation.

Among the many new products Moroso will be presenting at Milan Salone del Mobile this year will be Glider, a sofa designed by Ron Arad, this year in its final version with even softer and more rounded lines, which give its shapes extreme comfort.

 

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With Passion and Precision

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.03.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Sophisticated: the "performanuf" slideboard consists of stacked carcasses that glide into whichever position is required.

Sophisticated: the “performanuf” slideboard consists of stacked carcasses that glide into whichever position is required.

The slogan “With passion and precision” describes the profile of the Heilbronn-based company to a T. The products in the Performa furniture collection are captivatingly simple, of striking clarity, equipped with ingenious details and produced to the highest technical standards. The small Swabian firm and its team of ten specialises in perfectly designed surfaces made of linoleum or natural rubber. It is the pleasantly warm, flexible touch and feel of these materials that give the furniture its special character. Even though they are far from easy to work with – the finish is after all part of the process right from the start – these materials exemplify the meticulous care the company brings to its work. Every single product is made on site in the firm’s own workshops, where a CNC milling machine plays the lead role in the production process. (by Atrium)

 

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Tue 3.3.

Multifaceted

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.03.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Tested: TÜV-certified as non-toxic and thus suitable for allergy sufferers.

Tested: TÜV-certified as non-toxic and thus suitable for allergy sufferers.

Some are timelessly classic, some fashionable and others spectacularly unusual – but there’s one thing that all OBJECT CARPET’s creations have in common: they have helped carpet shake off its outdated reputation and acquire a totally new image. The best example: “Pure Silk”, a new quality that is hard to beat when it comes to flamboyance and luxuriousness: 2.5 kilograms of pure silk go into making every single square metre. Each “Pure Silk” carpet is a hand-woven one-off for use in particularly special places. So it’s hardly surprising that the manufacturer of this glamorous product has been included in the Luxury Business Report 2013 and thus ranks amongst the top 50 luxury companies in Germany. (by Atrium)

 

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Mon 2.3.

A high-temperature laboratory for glass and light

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.03.2015 - Tagged as: ,

A ‘grand CRU’ ceiling-canopy installation for a bar

A ‘grand CRU’ ceiling-canopy installation for a bar

The name of both the company and the brand is labo crème brûlée. It’s a name which suggests fire and flames, and Christian Seltmann, his wife Tania Theler Seltmann and his brother Philipp are full of burning enthusiasm for their new project. The fourth generation of a porcelain-manufacturing family from Franconia ‘felt like doing something new’, which led to the establishment of their company in Majorca in the year 2009. However, since 2013 the firm has had its HQ and production facilities in Berlin. Here, they occupy a top location in a historic coach house between Mommsenstrasse and Kurfürstendamm, where there is also a showroom. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Made-to-Measure Kitchens

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.03.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Innovative: at the push of a button, the "Xtend+" shelving unit vanishes behind a smooth surface.

Innovative: at the push of a button, the “Xtend+” shelving unit vanishes behind a smooth surface.

In the last ten to fifteen years, Leicht Küchen AG has undergone an impressive development: it has evolved from a quality manufacturer based in Swabia to a globally accepted brand. The company is located in the midst of the picturesque Ostalb area and, with its workforce of 520 employees, produces its kitchens on site – and thus entirely in Germany. The result: highly functional kitchens with a timeless, cosmopolitan design and a vocabulary of clear-cut forms. (by Atrium)

 

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A single cut along the edge of the rim acts as a handle. The rim is held together by a narrow piece of smoked oak wedged vertically into the rim’s center.

A single cut along the edge of the rim of the Tray Table acts as a handle. The rim is held together by a narrow piece of smoked oak wedged vertically into the rim’s center.

Originally designed in 1970, Hans J. Wegner’s tray table with collapsible base is being reintroduced by Carl Hansen & Son. Like the original, the round, oak-edged, reversible tray is available with black and white laminate surfaces, but now is also available in a version with oak and smoked oak surfaces.

 

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Thu 26.2.

Bright Ideas

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.02.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Technical: Knot (2013) is produced by means of new 3D printing technology

Technical: Knot (2013) is produced by means of new 3D printing technology

If you think of ambient lighting, you think of him: Ingo Maurer has been regarded as a pioneer of revolutionary light sculptures since 1966. His fascinating work comprises numerous designs, from sober to playful, from oversized to filigree, from poetic to provocative. Even his very first light sculpture, the Bulb table lamp from 1966, made design history – as did its red, heart-shaped counterpart One From The Heart (1989), the pendant lamp Zettel’z (1997), which is hung with messages and encourages the owner to join in the creative process, Seven Rats (2007), which consists of plastic rodents in an illuminated metal cage, the Birds Birds Birds chandelier (1992) with its flocks of flying light bulbs, as well as his spectacular lighting installations for public projects and exhibitions. And what’s more, Ingo Maurer has taught us a new way of seeing. (by Atrium)

 

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Wed 25.2.

When Good Light Runs in the Family

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.02.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Simplicity: the forms of "CUT" by Torsten Neeland are reduced to the absolute minimum. It is available as a standard or table lamp.

Simplicity: the forms of “CUT” by Torsten Neeland are reduced to the absolute minimum. It is available as a standard or table lamp.

Anybody who knows ANTA knows good light and Gertrud Kracht as well. The entrepreneuse, who originates from Lower Bavaria, founded the ANTA lamp label more than 40 years ago. Thanks to her philosophy of finding the most economical form possible for top-class design, she has established her brand all over the world: there are avid ANTA admirers in countries as far apart as Alaska and Africa. In Germany alone, almost 350 retailers present the 36 families of models in the collection to her dedicated fans. The senior executive is energetically assisted by her son Kristian who, even as a young schoolboy, was a frequent visitor at the Schenefeld-based firm. And later on, as an adolescent, he provided logistical support when his mother returned from her extensive business travels with a huge supply of marble. (by Atrium)

 

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