Posts from January 2021

Fri 29.1.

POETIC BRICKWORK: RANDERS TEGL

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.01.2021 - Tagged as:

When it came to choosing a brick for its Casa Sand project in Aarhus, Denmark, Christoffersen & Weiling Architects decided on the Ultima from Randers Tegl. Find out why, here.

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Thu 28.1.

OPEN-MINDED: FLEISCHER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.01.2021 - Tagged as:

FURNITURE DESIGN WEEK: Open Wall from Bochum-based office furniture specialist FLEISCHER is a flexible, modular partition system that allows planners and designers to reimagine our workspaces – shaping not only where we work, but how we work.

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THE SKY’S THE LIMIT: MINOTTI

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.01.2021 - Tagged as:

The Italian brand’s multi-cultural outdoor collection helps articulate the spatial continuity between inside and out. Here’s how…

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Tue 26.1.

AHEAD OF ITS TIME: HÜSLER NEST

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.01.2021 - Tagged as:

From the very beginning, HÜSLER NEST has relied entirely on natural materials – and is therefore bang up to date.

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Mon 25.1.

SPACE INVADERS: RAUMPLUS

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.01.2021

FURNITURE DESIGN WEEK: Raumplus launches an immersive, virtual fair-stand and digital house for architects and planners.

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Wed 20.1.

MORE IS MORE: GIMA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.01.2021 - Tagged as:

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German brick manufacturer GIMA has been providing architects with the building blocks they need for bringing designs to life since 1903, and, today, offer not only a wide range of brick and paving possibilities, but innovative, bespoke, customer-oriented solutions too.


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Tue 19.1.

THE SWISS KITCHEN MAKER: BRUNNER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.01.2021 - Tagged as:

For close to 50 years now, BRUNNER KÜCHEN has stood for top quality, perfect functionality and impeccably stylish kitchen design.

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Mon 18.1.

A CUNNING PLAN: CHRISTINE KRÖNCKE INTERIOR DESIGN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.01.2021 - Tagged as:

How can designers and architects make purchasing decisions easier and avoid planning errors? The Munich-based interior design studio Christine Kröncke has a digital answer.

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai A CUNNING PLAN: CHRISTINE KRÖNCKE INTERIOR DESIGN