Posts from April 2021

Thu 29.4.

Show me the ropes: Flos

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Sculptural luminaire WireLine by Italian manufacturer Flos, designed by design duo Formafantasma, illuminates larger spaces with its very own brand of dynamism.

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Wed 28.4.

Private-public partnership: Midj

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Transversal is the keyword: find out how the new Area collection by Midj addresses the seemingly opposing needs of public and private spaces with a smart, single solution.

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Lights out: Luceplan

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.04.2021 - Tagged as:

In collaboration with a host of designers, Italian lighting specialist Luceplan is launching a number of new collections – all designed with more free-flowing indoor/outdoor spaces in mind.

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Tue 27.4.

Garden state: Fast

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.04.2021 - Tagged as:

With flexible living zones made of aluminium and wooden details, you can spend the whole summer outdoors with Fast.

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Mon 26.4.

Fluent Flemish: CTO Lighting

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.04.2021 - Tagged as:

For its latest collection, London-based manufacturer CTO Lighting found inspiration in Belgium, and in particular the city of Antwerp, from where the collection derived both its aesthetic and its name.

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Fri 23.4.

Getting high: Gaggenau x 130 William by David Adjaye

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.04.2021 - Tagged as:

When it comes to built-in kitchen appliances, German firm Gaggenau has always set the highest of standards – and in the case of David Adjaye’s William 130 complex in Manhattan, quite literally, too.

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Schock meets Iggy Pop

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.04.2021 - Tagged as:

How did the Godfather of Punk end up on a sink-inspired throne in a Bavarian forest? Read on…

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Show your metal: AGMA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Stainless steel neatly combines two factors that are important in private kitchens – hygiene and ecological compatibility. For implementation, meet Italian metalheads AGMA.

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Show your metal: AGMA