Posts from May 2020

Fri 29.5.

KENGO KUMA TAKES A SEAT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.05.2020 - Tagged as: ,

Kengo Kuma’s total vision of a project – where architecture, interior architecture and furniture are located on a continuum – is clearly identifiable in his GC Prostho Museum Research Center in Kasugai, for which he created the GC side chair

‘Furniture is often more important in our lives than architecture,’ says the celebrated Japanese architect, as he discusses his long-term collaboration with Japanese producer TIME & STYLE.

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Thu 28.5.

WATER MUSIC: OASE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.05.2020 - Tagged as:

Oase’s stainless steel Waterfall Kit can be installed on a wall and easily combined with a water reservoir

German water project specialists OASE don’t manufacture water features, rather they are in the business of utilising water and light to create perfectly personalised garden architecture.

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Mon 25.5.

IT DOESN’T GET ANY MORE COLOURFUL THAN THIS: JAKOB SCHLAEPFER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.05.2020 - Tagged as:

Inspiration for the Glinka Catena came from warp thread. The unusually dynamic striped pattern is printed on a hologram-effect wallpaper which Jakob Schlaepfer developed themselves

With its creative new fabric and wallpaper collections, Swiss fabric-firework specialist JAKOB SCHLAEPFER supplies planners and designers with the tools they need for realising truly extraordinary interior projects.

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Wed 20.5.

THE FLOORS OF NATURE: KÄHRS

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.05.2020 - Tagged as:

The Impression collection from flooring specialist Kährs is designed to bring the exquisite tones and textures of natural materials indoors

Swedish manufacturer Kährs has been a major player on the international parquet-flooring scene for many decades. And now, it’s taking a further step into the commercial sector with its high-performing Impression collection, the latest addition to its Luxury Vinyl Tiles range.

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The German Sustainability Award is Europe’s largest award for ecological and social commitment. In its 13th year, the prize is awarded for outstanding achievements in sustainability

In 2020, the GERMAN SUSTAINABILITY AWARD will for the first time be awarding prizes for top achievements in the field of sustainable design. Don’t delay – the submission deadline is 15 June.

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Mon 18.5.

REGENT LIGHTING’S JOKER: A SERIOUSLY GOOD LAMP

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.05.2020 - Tagged as:

Light and flexible: Joker hardly takes up any space and at the same time provides optimal lighting conditions

With its new Joker desk lamp, Swiss lighting specialist REGENT LIGHTING is revolutionising lighting for the workplace.

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Thu 14.5.

MICRO MANAGEMENT: DAUPHIN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.05.2020 - Tagged as:

From chair to bench to bar stool: The Fiore collection from Dauphin, whose elegant seat shell is modelled on a petal, is a versatile, eclectic range of chairs which fit perfectly to any situation

Dauphin’s new Fiore chair collection has an invisible USP – an antimicrobial MicroSilver finish that is effective against bacterial infection and other micro-organisms.

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Wed 13.5.

SEEING RED: PEDRALI LAUNCHES NEW CAMPAIGN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.05.2020 - Tagged as:

Eugeni Quitllet’s Soul Outdoor armchairs and Pio and Tito Toso’s Concrete table strike a pose in front of Portuguese office Rebelo de Andrade’s Casa 3000 in the country’s Alentejo region

PEDRALITALES, Pedrali’s latest ad campaign, deploys the striking form of Portuguese practice Rebelo de Andrade’s Casa 3000 to memorable effect.

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