Posts from May 2021

Tue 18.5.

The gold standard: Foglie d’Oro

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.05.2021 - Tagged as:

Italian manufacturer Foglie d’Oro brings high-quality, responsibly sourced materials and precision craftsmanship together with as much expertise as the elements in its high-end parquet floors.

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Going up the walls: Pandomo

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.05.2021 - Tagged as:

In addition to its range of high-quality terrazzo and floor surfaces, Pandomo also offers versatile solutions that enable designers to create unified looks on walls and ceilings too.

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Mon 17.5.

Carpet Diem: Vorwerk flooring

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.05.2021 - Tagged as:

Vorwerk flooring’s acoustic-tile system offers almost limitless combination possibilities, while its online configurator makes the creation of room concepts clear and uncomplicated.

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Some light tailoring: Regent Lighting

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.05.2021 - Tagged as:

Find out how the Bespoke Team at Basel-based luminaire manufacturer Regent Lighting provides unique solutions for lighting concepts.

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Tue 11.5.

Island hopping: B&B Italia

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.05.2021 - Tagged as:

Named after an island in the Maldives, Citterio’s new Noonu sofa design for B&B Italia is compatible with the Atoll series – offering an archipelago of options to designers and architects.

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Natural light: Bover

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.05.2021

In its new collections, BOVER combines biophilic design with the latest technological developments – for long-lasting and versatile lighting design for residential, outdoor and contract applications.

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Mon 10.5.

Second sight: GERA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.05.2021 - Tagged as:

What happens when lighting meets furniture? GERA has created a new product typology that helps us see the objects we live with anew.

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Fri 7.5.

New age: Ritzwell

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.05.2021 - Tagged as:

For its latest designs, Ritzwell merges traditional Japanese artisanship with a more modern modular approach, resulting in wood furniture that’s not simply built to last, but thrives over time.

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