Posts tagged as 'Architonic'

Mon 12.6.

Architonic Disco In Copenhagen

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.06.2017 - Tagged as:

Architonic Disco In Copenhagen

Architonic Disco Copenhagen @ Galleri Feldt, Nordre Toldbod

 

For the second year running (some say it’s already a tradition), Architonic partnered up with Bo Bedre and 3daysofdesign during the eponymous three days in Copenhagen to host a rather jolly, and if we may say so, fantastically attended party.

 

There was music, courtesy of our DJ Staffan Lindberg. There was dancing, courtesy of our guests. And there were top drinks, courtesy of Njord, Fever Tree and Ørbæk Bryggeri.

 

 

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Tue 15.3.

Have you seen our newly redesigned website?

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.03.2016 - Tagged as:

Architonic.com's responsive design on the desktop and tablet

Architonic.com’s new responsive design on the desktop and tablet

Have you seen our newly redesigned website? Go to architonic.com and find the very best in products, brands, retailers, expertise and inspiration for architecture and design.

Mon 19.10.

Architonic Trend Analysis: Cersaie 2015

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.10.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

Architonic Trend Analysis: Cersaie 2015

Architonic Trend Analysis: Cersaie 2015

The leading international trade fair for ceramic tiles and bathroom furnishings, Cersaie, offers the perfect opportunity to cast an analytical eye over current trends in these two branches. Limiting our latest tranche of our Architonic Trend Analysis series to those brands and their products that exhibited at the recent 2015 edition of the Bologna show, we’re able to present to you a number of interesting insights. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Architonic Trend Analysis: Most Popular Furniture Brands 2015

Architonic Trend Analysis: Most Popular Furniture Brands 2015

Unveiled at this year’s edition of the London Design Festival, our latest slice of Architonic Trend Analysis reveals the big hitters when it comes to furniture brands. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Sun 6.9.

A Big Thanks to all Architonic Friends!

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.09.2015 - Tagged as:

500,000 Fans on Facebook!

500,000 fans on Facebook!

We are happy to announce that Architonic has hit a Social Media Milestone by reaching 500,000 Fans on Facebook! Thank you all for your continuous support, likes, shares and comments. Please keep your feedback coming.

Architonic Trend Analysis: North American Design Brands 2014–2015

Architonic Trend Analysis: North American Design Brands 2014–2015

North America. It may be the new world to some but Architonic’s latest installment in its ongoing Architonic Trend Analysis series – North American Design Brands 2014–2015 – reveals a ranking headed up by a number of manufacturers with longevity. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Fri 24.4.

Architonic Trend Analysis: Space Typologies

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.04.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

As part of our ongoing Architonic Trend Analysis series, we've taken a look at space typologies, creating a top-ten ranking of different types of interior space, calculated by number of page views on architonic.com between 1 January and 30 November 2014.

As part of our ongoing Architonic Trend Analysis series, we’ve taken a look at space typologies, creating a top-ten ranking of different types of interior space, calculated by number of page views on architonic.com between 1 January and 30 November 2014.

It might be the final frontier, but it’s also close to our hearts. Space. On Architonic, we present a considered edit of the most notable reference projects out there, intelligently cross-linking these with products and profiles to give you the best joined-up briefing possible when it comes to the architecture and design scenes internationally. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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A chart from Architonic’s new Trend Analysis series

A chart from Architonic’s new Trend Analysis series

It’s natural to compare. We all do it. Call it human nature. When such sizing-up is motivated by dissatisfaction or inadequacy, it’s probably not such a healthy activity. But if it’s underpinned by a desire to take stock, to see where you stand amongst your peers and how you can improve, it can reap reward. And when it has a clear business benefit, so much the better. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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