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Thu 2.4.

MERGOSCIA BY SUSANNE FRITZ ARCHITEKTEN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.04.2020 - Tagged as:

Photographer: © Carlo Lavatori

The house, built in the 80s on a hillside with a view of Lake Maggiore, was completely gutted, overhauled, and adapted to the visions of the new owner.

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EVIDENCE OF GOOD TASTE: OWA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.04.2020 - Tagged as:

EVIDENCE OF GOOD TASTE: OWA
140sqm of acoustically effective surfaces were fitted with Corpus ceiling and LED elements. Picture: Guido Erbring Photography, Cologne

The award-winning Corpus acoustic element, created by star designer Hadi Teherani for OWA, enriches the interior design of a company’s in-house catering project.

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Mon 30.3.

DON’T SHUSH ME!: BOSSE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.03.2020

DON'T SHUSH ME!: BOSSE
A friendship that has grown over decades: Bosse has perfected the open space and room-in-room concept over the last 40 years. These timeless and high-quality cubes meet the highest demands in relation to functionality and sustainability

Decades of experience has secured German manufacturer BOSSE’s position as a pioneer of room-in-room solutions – sustainable and comfortable spaces for trouble-free communication.

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Thu 26.3.

FORCE OF NATURE: FAST OUTDOOR LIFESTYLE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.03.2020 - Tagged as:

Featuring Fast’s unique NaturAll wood-effect finish, the aluminium Orizon table – sitting poolside amongst a range of Forest armchairs – gives a respectful nod towards more traditional, wooden garden furniture

Both inspired by and made for luxury outdoor environments, furniture by FAST puts nature at its heart. From recyclable materials to complementary style and function, products are built to preserve the beauty of the natural world.

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Wed 25.3.

TILE IS OF THE ESSENCE: VILLEROY & BOCH FLIESEN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.03.2020 - Tagged as:

TILE IS OF THE ESSENCE: VILLEROY & BOCH
The art of simplicity is blooming, allowing interior design statements to stand out to full effect – like the decorative tiles from ROCKY.ART with their three-dimensional hydrangea motif

With ‘The Art of Simplicity’, Villeroy & Boch has designed tile collections that reflect our longing for a natural retreat – and sets the stage for the things that are really important to us.

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Tue 24.3.

HISTORY IN THE MAKING: SCIC

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.03.2020 - Tagged as:

HISTORY IN THE MAKING: SCIC
Labirinto, another design, which incorporates Canaletto walnut, brass and backlit glass, creates a warm, immersive atmosphere inspired by Italian gardens

Italian kitchen manufacturer SCIC has found inspiration for its latest designs in its country’s history, and, with its innovative, sustainable and forward-looking manufacturing techniques, strikes a balance between past and future.

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Mon 23.3.

SCHÜCO DECLARES OPEN SEASON!

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.03.2020 - Tagged as:

In Gdynia, Poland, Arch Deco opted for glass fronts with Schüco lift-and-slide units, firstly to maximise views to the north-east, while at the same time, making optimum use of natural light in the interior through an open south and west side

Architectural boundaries are blurring thanks to German manufacturer SCHÜCO.

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Wed 18.3.

WHO SAID SIZE DOESN’T MATTER? FAP CERAMICHE GOES LARGE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.03.2020 - Tagged as:

WHO SAID SIZE DOESN'T MATTER? FAP CERAMICHE GOES LARGE
Due to the designs’ repeating patterns, multiple sets create feature sections or cover entire walls as here with Delavé

With their new Bloom collection, Italian ceramic specialist FAP CERAMICHE is launching the largest white-body wall tile on the market, enabling surfaces that offer maximum visual continuity and fill bathrooms with personality.

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