Posts from August 2020

Fri 28.8.

HANDS OFF: GROHE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Essence E from GROHE combines clear form with high functionality. The surface is also easy to clean, so ideal for home as well as public spaces

In public spaces in particular, GROHE sensor-activated taps make an invaluable contribution to hygiene – without compromising on aesthetics.

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Thu 27.8.

THERE’S SOMETHING IN THE BUSHES: ENEA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Landscape artists ENEA have been celebrating the beauty of nature for over 25 years, bringing their holistic approach to bear on green spaces not only in their native Switzerland, but all around the world.

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Wed 26.8.

CLEAR PERSPECTIVE: SKY-FRAME AND STEPHAN HÜRLEMANN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Stephan Hürlemann: ‘It is now evident to everyone that the world of industrialisation no longer works. We need to devote ourselves to issues of sustainability in completely different ways – now and in the near future.’

Sky-Frame – Swiss specialists in frameless sliding window and door systems – continue their ‘My Point of View’ series of video portraits with architect and designer Stephan Hürlemann, who shares his perspective on design and its role in a sustainable future.

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Thu 20.8.

OUTDOORS, INNER PEACE: SPA DELUXE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.08.2020 - Tagged as:

In the era of social-distancing, a personal wellness space at home makes more sense than ever. With its outdoor whirlpools and swimming spas, SPA Deluxe is making it possible.

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Wed 19.8.

SOCIAL INEQUALITY, AS SEEN FROM THE SKY

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Mumbai, India

With his dramatic aerial images, photographer Johnny Miller brings into sharp focus the invisible lines which divide some urban communities – lines that are sometimes harder to recognise at ground level.

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Mon 17.8.

HITTING THE SPOT: REGENT LIGHTING

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.08.2020

With STREAM by REGENT LIGHTING, focus is put definitively on light itself, rather than the source of it – allowing space and light to become one.

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Thu 6.8.

PUBLIC SPACES: PLACES OF PROTEST, EXPRESSION AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Martyrs’ Square, Beirut. Image © Rami Rizk

Public spaces have always played a central role in human life. They provide the setting for public expression in all its forms – from civic celebrations to street protests – and how they are designed usually speaks to the type of regime they represent. Text by Christele Harrouk

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Wed 5.8.

THINNOVATION: LAUFEN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.08.2020 - Tagged as:

The Sonar collection has been expanded to include a wide range of bathroom elements, alongside the original line of washbasins now being offered in different sizes. Photo: Oliver Helbig

As demonstrated by Patricia Urquiola’s Sonar bathroom collection, LAUFEN’s innovative SaphirKeramik technology has opened up a whole new world of creative possibilities for designers.

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai THINNOVATION: LAUFEN