Posts tagged as 'wall decoration'

Orto is a floor and wall covering system with a network of splits on its surface to plant moss

ORTO is a decorative concrete with moss and provides an alternative solution for common planting. The plants can be set into the furrows of the elements thus forming a breathing green surface along the ornamentation.

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'Quadro curve luce' by Raffaello Galiotto for Lithos Design

Lithos Design is specialised in wall panels and decorative elements made from marble and stone. Together with the industrial designer Raffaello Galiotto, who has already realised various objects and surfaces for Lithos Design, the North Italian company developed ‘Quadro curve luce’ a system of wall panels which is composed of two different tiles – a flat connecting part and a curved one which contains a hidden light source.

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'Atonehenge' wall panel by Vladimír Ambroz

The Czech manufacturer and studio AMOS design, founded in 1990 by the architect Vladimír Ambroz is specialised in high quality interior design and contract furniture. As authorized manufacturer of DuPont™CORIAN® they recently launched this new range of wall panels for interior use. The panels are shaped on CNC machines in a way that they create an unbroken, linked motif on the wall.

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Typology wallpaper by Wall & Deco

Posted by Susanne Fritz on 26.11.2010 - Tagged as: , ,

Typology wallpaper 0901 by Wall & Deco

‘Typology’ is one of many intriguing wallpaper designs from Wall & Deco’s 2010 ‘Life’ Collection.

The pattern seems to be three-dimensional, an optical illusion that gives the impression that the wall consists of type blocks.

However, it’s just vinyl wallpaper with a great graphic design.

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'A Band Apart' upholstery fabric by Sarah Morris

The New York based textile manufacturer Maharam is a fourth generation family-run business which produces high-quality fabrics for wall coverings, windows and upholstery. The collection includes beautiful graphical designs, such as those of the American artist Sarah Morris and playful and vivid prints by Paul Smith.

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'Piece of Mind' by Trix Barmettler / Raumgrafik

Beside her activity as a classic graphic designer the Zurich based Trix Barmettler also realises graphics and illustrations within architectural context under her label Raumgrafik. Her complex interventions in the form of unique wall decorations or textile designs reflect the increasing demand of individual living. This beautiful and highly symbolic figure ‘Piece of Mind’ is her most recent project.

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'Morild' light installation by Astrid Krogh

Astrid Krogh, educated textile designer, creates the most sophisticated light installations using sources such as neon lights, LEDs or optic fibres. Her newest piece is this delicate ‘light tapestry’ which is currently exhibited within Astrid’s solo exhibition at Galleri NB in Viborg, Denmark. ‘Morild’ consists of a perforated wooden wall with illuminated spots – the endings of fiberoptic threads which are arranged in fragments of an ornament. The light source can be programmed to switch coulor and intensity in fast or slow intervals.

The exhibition LYS(T)VEJ will be open until 18 september 2010.

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Gallery with sliding door to changing room, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Gallery with sliding door to changing room, photo by diephotodesigner.de

The Berlin based architecture and design practice coordination realised this secret VIP showroom for Nike in central London. With a lot of passion for details Flip Sellin and his team created an exclusive and frisky exhibition space.

Pull-out wardrobes, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Pull-out wardrobes, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Second Floor - Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Second Floor - Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Dynamic seizure on bordering area towards Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Dynamic seizure on bordering area towards Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Entrance with textile panelling and reclaimed floor boards, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Entrance with textile panelling and reclaimed floor boards, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Job: Concept, Design, Planning and Execution

Extent: 450 sqm on four levels

Timing: 2008

Design team: Flip Sellin, Tilman Thürmer, Natalie Ziesemer, David Musrie, Dave Bynoe, Martina Zeyen. Marius Bell, Mendel Heit

Embroidery: Louise Riley

Artwork: Jacques et Brigitte

Location: London, UK

Client: Nike Brand Design

Fitting: Ganter Interior

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