Posts from April 2021

Thu 22.4.

Rose-tinted glasses: 3M

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.04.2021 - Tagged as:

For total creative freedom in designing with glass, 3M has developed a diverse range of solutions for facades and interiors that change depending on the incidence of light.

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Two kitchens are better than one: Arclinea

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Italian kitchen brand Arclinea’s new Thea concept points kitchen architecture in an innovative new direction while still allowing harmonious integration with its existing systems.

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So superficial: ISKU’s antimicrobial solutions

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Know what ‘active hygiene’ is? We didn’t until 90-year-old Finnish furniture company ISKU invited us to find out…

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Wed 21.4.

Walk this way: Atlas Concorde

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Flooring can be a key tool in visually connecting interiors with outdoor spaces, providing a seamless image. Atlas Concorde shows how.

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A glass act: Solarlux

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.04.2021 - Tagged as:

The new Théâtre Le Maillon in Strasbourg has an invisible leading actor – Solarlux glazing, which shows just how dramatic minimalism can be.

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Mon 19.4.

On the move: the next125 Trolley

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Premium kitchen brand next125’s award-winning ‘Trolley’ brings multifunctional mobility beyond the kitchen and into other increasingly connected home spaces.

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Thu 15.4.

I’ll be who you want me to be: TON’s new P.O.V. table

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.04.2021 - Tagged as:

German design duo kaschkasch’s new P.O.V. table family for Czech wood-bending experts TON is as versatile as the material it celebrates.

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Wed 14.4.

Ch-ch-changes: Conde House’s new Open Office space

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.04.2021 - Tagged as:

Japanese wood-furniture specialists Conde House are practising what they preach with their new Open Office space in Tokyo, where the in-house team and visitors alike can experience first-hand the flexibility and comfort of their soft-contract products.

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Ch-ch-changes: Conde House’s new Open Office space