Wed 18.11.

CAN YOU FEEL IT? CLEAF BY EGGER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.11.2020 - Tagged as: ,

In Japanese, Okobo means the wooden sandals of Maikos, or geisha apprentices. The appeal of the surface lies in the natural evenness of its wood fibres.

With the shared goal of creating new and innovative surface solutions for architects, Tirol-based wood expert Egger joined forces with Italian surface specialist Cleaf. What happened next? Read on to find out.

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THE NEW ILLUMINATI: AMEICO

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.11.2020 - Tagged as:

The Californian outpost of Scandi fashion brand Ganni, designed by Stockholm-based studio Stamuli, sees Danish architect PV Jensen-Klint’s 101 pendant lights from Le Klint – courtesy of Ameico – installed at varying, architecturally considered, heights

The story of how a Connecticut-based design distributor is introducing some of the best classic and contemporary European lighting designs to choice projects across North America.

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