Fri 10.2.

Baoism by Linehouse

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Baoism by Linehouse

Photographer: Dirk Weiblen

Baoism is a new food concept originated in Shanghai, making a modern version of the traditional Chinese street food guabao, served in a clamshell-like bun. Although the flavours are a modern interpretation, the age-old process of cooking in a traditional woven bamboo steamer is a prime focus of display in the kitchen. Linehouse took this traditional handicraft notion of weaving and applied it in a spatial way with a non-traditional material; perforated raw metal panels are woven between the structure that frame the dining area and the service area. (more…)

Thu 9.2.

Dream Weaving: Techtextil 2017

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Dream Weaving: Techtextil 2017

Just one of many examples: dynamically curved stadium roof in Kiev with ventilation outlets. The universal membrane material is polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE (© 3M-Dyneon/M. Bredt)

Building with textiles today means much more than stretching huge spans across building exteriors, and it is among the textile sectors that foresee significant growth. In many points, the characteristics and functions of high-tech textiles clearly and impressively outstrip those of traditional materials. Intensive research and development has brought great progress in all areas of technical application for textile solutions and concepts. Yet many innovative solutions go virtually unnoticed, as they do their work largely hidden from view. (text by Ulrich Büttner )

 

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Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Administration Information Building by Aedas

Photographer: © Aedas

Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University is a new international university jointly founded by Xi’an Jiaotong University China and the University of Liverpool UK as a joint venture.It is a leading Sino-Foreign cooperative university in China, offering undergraduate degree programmes in the fields of science, engineering and management. (more…)

Wed 8.2.

Refin: Aesthetics in the bathroom

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Refin: Aesthetics in the bathroom

Design Industry collection

 

In the past, bathrooms were mostly used functionally. More recently, however, the image of this interior space has been changing. The bathroom is becoming an integral and important part of the house, similar to the kitchen. These new oases offer wellness, relaxation and time for oneself, and have become very stylish. Surfaces, accessories and furniture offer a range of styles that leave nothing to be desired. To this end, Refin offers selected tile decors that give each bathroom a unique appearance. (text by Detail)

 

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Dusak Hodinar & Zlatinik by DOBAS AG

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Dusak Hodinar & Zlatinik by DOBAS AG

Photographer: Filip Slapal

For Dusak Hodinar & Zlatinik, Prague, Dobas created a new watch and jewellery flagship store on the prestigious shopping street Na Příkopě in the centre of Prague. On over 220m2 the customer is welcomed to a world of luxury. (more…)

Tue 7.2.

House H by ABIBOO Architecture

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House H by ABIBOO Architecture

Photographer: Joao Morgado

House H is located in an exclusive area in Madrid. The house has a floor area of 14,000 sq. ft. (1.300 m2) and is the answer to the broad and diverse functional needs of the client, a well-known international sportsman. In the residence, growth occurs in a non-hierarchical order, each space has different characteristics but similar importance. The villa is designed as a sponge, with multiple micro-spaces designed especially in relation with sensorial experiences and inter-related to each other. (more…)

Mon 6.2.

Fumi by Alberto Caiola

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Fumi by Alberto Caiola

Photographer: Dirk Weiblen

Celebrating coffee’s intangible pleasures, Alberto Caiola translates coffee’s aromatic vapors into a sculptural ceiling that is the centrepiece for this café in Shanghai. Gently sloping away from the counter, the striking installation becomes at once canopy and stage for baristas to perform their art. Rich and dark in color, the ceiling’s ‘fumes’ evoke the depth of the drink itself, winding up and beyond the venue’s glass façade. Lending a sense of movement to the entire space, the installation creates a partially covered area for attractive outdoor seating in warmer weather. (more…)

Fri 3.2.

Lithos Design: Design Made Of Stone

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Lithos Design: Design Made Of Stone

© Lithos Design

Walls are increasingly included as a third design level in interior design. A space-creating illusion is playfully deployed and engendered through various materials. Both individual elements as well as complete wall coverings can be used for this. Lithos Design from Italy specialises in this, and is one of the first companies to transfer the concept of industrial design into the area of stone processing. (text by Detail)

 

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