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Posts tagged as 'Giovanna Dunmall'

Tue 31.5.

The Taste Of Technology

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

The concept behind Genius Loci kitchen is that of a secretaire-style desk with secret compartments. Here it is seen with the Air Logica illuminated back panel storage system and responsive doors that can be opened with a simple swipe of the hand

The concept behind Genius Loci kitchen is that of a secretaire-style desk with secret compartments. Here it is seen with the Air Logica illuminated back panel storage system and responsive doors that can be opened with a simple swipe of the hand

Premium Italian kitchen brand VALCUCINE has been a market leader for years, innovating in kitchen design that marries discreet technology with quality surfaces and considered materials. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Wed 23.3.

Leather Seen

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

An area rug by Dutch designer Osiris Hertman and created out of pieces of Alphenberg leather in different colours, sizes and prints. Here it is on display at the LXRY fair in Amsterdam, which takes place every December

An area rug by Dutch designer Osiris Hertman and created out of pieces of Alphenberg leather in different colours, sizes and prints. Here it is on display at the LXRY fair in Amsterdam, which takes place every December

Move aside perfection. Here comes authenticity. ALPHENBERG, premium producer of leather flooring and wall coverings, has become the go-to partner for high-end contract and private projects internationally looking for an injection of warmth, character and individuality. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Mon 7.3.

The Enlightenment

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

The happiest days of your life (allegedly): with its blackboard-like finish, In-es.artdesign's Matt series evokes memories of one's time back in the classroom

The happiest days of your life (allegedly): with its blackboard-like finish, In-es.artdesign’s Matt series evokes memories of one’s time back in the classroom

Somewhere between pop culture, childhood memory and philosophy lies In-es.artdesign, whose highly sculptural lighting products – as the brand name would suggest – are as functional in design terms as they are expressive as art pieces. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Thu 14.1.

Welcome to the design lab

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.01.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Lapis is the signature launch by new furniture brand Amura. Designed by art director Emanuel Gargano, the modular system can be put together to create seats and sofas of different sizes and styles

Lapis is the signature launch by new furniture brand Amura. Designed by art director Emanuel Gargano, the modular system can be put together to create seats and sofas of different sizes and styles

As much a long-term research project and lifestyle philosophy as it is a brand, AMURA, launched in 2015, is committed to marrying affordability with Italian quality, underpinned by second-to-none upholstery craftsmanship. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Tue 15.12.

Mountain High, River Deep

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.12.2015 - Tagged as: ,

The Mont Blanc cableway travels to a height of 3,466m and was inaugurated this summer. The Bistrot des Glaciers features Pedrali’s graceful Volt seating in anthracite gray to complement the dramatic snow-capped mountains; photo: Daniele Domenicali

The Mont Blanc cableway travels to a height of 3,466m and was inaugurated this summer. The Bistrot des Glaciers features Pedrali’s graceful Volt seating in anthracite gray to complement the dramatic snow-capped mountains; photo: Daniele Domenicali

With their first-rate designs authored by the likes of Marc Sadler and Patrick Jouin, not to mention their ‘Made in Italy’ stamp, it’s no wonder PEDRALI’s products have been specified for an international array of diverse and enviable contract projects. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Wed 23.9.

Great Bedfellows

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.09.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

Located 35 kms from the northeastern Italian city of Treviso Bolzan Letti is about to open a 600 sqm showroom a few steps from its main HQ. Here its beds and furniture pieces can be viewed in a styled ‘lifestyle’ setting

Located 35 kms from the northeastern Italian city of Treviso Bolzan Letti is about to open a 600 sqm showroom a few steps from its main HQ. Here its beds and furniture pieces can be viewed in a styled ‘lifestyle’ setting

BOLZAN LETTI’s new ‘Care Collection’ is right on trend when it comes to flexibility. With headboards and frames ‘dressable’ in seven different designs, it’s sweet dreams for the high-end Italian bed manufacturer. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Mon 6.7.

Is There Life After Expo 2015?

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.07.2015 - Tagged as: ,

A 14-metre-high 3D aluminium lattice cube representing a beehive stands at the heart of the UK’s pastoral Expo pavilion. It will be reinstated as an artwork in the UK after the event; photo Hufton + Crow / courtesy of UKTI

A 14-metre-high 3D aluminium lattice cube representing a beehive stands at the heart of the UK’s pastoral Expo pavilion. It will be reinstated as an artwork in the UK after the event; photo Hufton + Crow / courtesy of UKTI

The five-yearly international big-top fair that is Expo is currently drawing vast crowds to its 2015 Milan edition. Given its sustainability theme, just how sustainable are its temporary architectural offerings? (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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The rectangular Ecuador Pavilion designed by Bilbao firm Zorrozua y Asociados looks like it is wrapped in woven fabric from a distance. It is actually made out of metallic curtains produced by Spanish company KriskaDECOR

The rectangular Ecuador Pavilion designed by Bilbao firm Zorrozua y Asociados looks like it is wrapped in woven fabric from a distance. It is actually made out of metallic curtains produced by Spanish company KriskaDECOR

The go-to Spanish manufacturer of high-end, space-shaping mesh curtains has turned the Ecuadorean Pavilion at Milan’s Expo 2015 into a must-visit destination. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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