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Posts tagged as 'Ambiente'

Fri 27.1.

Ambiente 2017: Currently Trending

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Ambiente 2017: Currently Trending

Ambiente in Frankfurt spotlights good design

From 10 to 14 February 2017, the consumer goods fair AMBIENTE in Frankfurt am Main will present current product design trends for visitors to discover. Stilbüro bora.herke.palmisano has identified four different design streams which reflect these developments. (text by Britta Rohlfing)

 

 

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Tue 6.12.

Ambiente 2017: Janice Kirkpatrick Showcases Great Britain

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.12.2016 - Tagged as:

Ambiente 2017: Janice Kirkpatrick Showcases Great Britain

For Ambiente 2017 British designer Janice Kirkpatrick is designing the presentation area of Great Britain, this year’s Partner Country. Ornamental patterns with typical national plants and animals create a harmonious, poetic symbolism

Traditionally, AMBIENTE has served interior architects, designers and decision-makers in contract furnishing as source of information on the latest trends for the coming year.

 

From 10 to 14 February, the international consumer-goods trade show in Frankfurt will offer a globally unique overview of the fields of furnishing, kitchenware and the culture of the dining table. The UK is the Partner Country for 2017, with British designer Janice Kirkpatrick curating and designing the presentation areas that will highlight the partner country’s products and exhibitors. (text by Britta Rohlfing)

 

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Sun 6.3.

Architonic at Ambiente 2016

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Ambiente 2016

Ambiente 2016

Architonic was in Frankfurt last month for Ambiente 2016, the world’s most important consumer goods trade fair, which boasts a globally unrivalled range of products in their Dining, Giving and Living areas. Here below is a Facebook gallery with an overview of the best products on the show floor.

 

> to Architonic’s tour of Ambiente 2016
Manufacturers shown include: Georg Jensen, iittala, Kay Bojesen, Mono, Moser, Olio, Rosendahl, Rosenthal, Serax, Stelton, Studio Poise, Thomas

Ambiente 2016

Ambiente 2016

Architonic was in Frankfurt this week for Ambiente 2016, the world’s most important consumer goods trade fair. Here below are two Facebook photo galleries of the Design Plus Award winners and the Trends section at the exhibition.

 

> to Architonic at Ambiente 2016: Trends

 

> to Architonic at Ambiente 2016: Design Plus Award

Thu 17.12.

AMBIENTE: Space-defining Accessories

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.12.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Outsized vase, flower bowl, sculpture: accessories structure a space and lend contemporary interiors radiance and personality; photo: Decorama

Outsized vase, flower bowl, sculpture: accessories structure a space and lend contemporary interiors radiance and personality; photo: Decorama

What gives architectural spaces that something extra? Along with the classical interior design vocabulary of colour, surfaces, and materials, accessories play an ever greater role here. That is, space-defining accessories that congenially complement the architecture or set a deliberate counterpoint. (by Johannes Hünig)

 

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Wed 2.12.

AMBIENTE: accessories by architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.12.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Peter Zumthor designed this series of table accessories for Alessi. The containers for salt, pepper, vinegar and oil are made of crystal glass and their organic shapes makes them pleasing to hold; photo: Alessi

Peter Zumthor designed this series of table accessories for Alessi. The containers for salt, pepper, vinegar and oil are made of crystal glass and their organic shapes makes them pleasing to hold; photo: Alessi

AMBIENTE, the leading consumer-goods trade fair, is back, inviting visitors from around the globe to Frankfurt from 12 to 16 February, to discover the latest products, trends and inspiration from the world of dining, giving and living. It’s the perfect opportunity to see how world-famous architects take a break from designing buildings to focus on objects more modest in scale… (by Johannes Hünig)

 

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