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Posts tagged as 'Domotex'

Tue 5.12.

Roll out the red carpet: DOMOTEX 2018

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.12.2017 - Tagged as:

Roll out the red carpet: DOMOTEX 2018

Jürgen Mayer H. put his trust in his own perception of the surrounding environment when he transformed the bustling Times Square in New York into a kind of quiet oasis with oversized street furniture for XXX Times Square With Love

 

DOMOTEX will take place in Hanover from 12 to 15 January 2018. With a top-notch lecture programme, the world’s leading trade fair for carpets and floor coverings nears the trend towards individualisation under the motto “Unique Youniverse”.(text by Barbara Jahn-Rösel)

 

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Wed 25.10.

Same same but different: Unique Youniverse at DOMOTEX 2018

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.10.2017 - Tagged as:

Same same but different: Unique Youniverse at DOMOTEX 2018

Framing Trends, Domotex 2018’s special exhibition curated by architect Peter Ippolito of Stuttgart office Ippolito Fleitz Group looks to the present and future of personalised, customised spaces and surfaces

 

Architonic talks to architect Peter Ippolito – head juror for Domotex’s forthcoming Framing Trends exhibition – about the international flooring fair’s new thematic focus on individualisation and what it means for architects and other specifiers.(text by Simone Keane-Cowell)

 

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Tue 6.6.

Your Floor: Domotex 2018

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.06.2017 - Tagged as:

Your Floor: Domotex 2018

Grand in grain: John Pawson joined forces with Dinesen, specifying the size, grain and finish for the oak flooring in London’s Design Museum

 

DOMOTEX in Hanover, the leading international exhibition for floor coverings, will launch its very first keynote theme in January 2018 under the title “Unique Youniverse” leading an industry shift toward in individualised flooring. (text by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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