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Posts filed under 'Inspirations'

Wed 24.1.

Scholten & Baijings: Arita – Amsterdam

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.01.2018 - Tagged as:

Scholten & Baijings: Arita – Amsterdam

Photo: © Scheltens & Abbenes

 

Partners in life and work, Stefan Scholtens and Carole Baijings are Amsterdam-based designers known around the world for their signature use of colour and patterning in collections that include textiles, ceramics, glass, furniture and lighting.(text by TLmag)

 

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Fri 19.1.

A new balance between living and working

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.01.2018 - Tagged as:

A new balance between living and working

Photo: © Gerhardt Kellermann/COR

 

Future workshop, collection première, theme exhibition: In the COR Lab, four design teams are designing the future of the workspace. The result of their work: six furniture designs, which since 18 September have been on display as a compatible ensemble in an exhibition at the COR Haus. (text by Detail)

 

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Tue 16.1.

Creating space for creativity and innovation: Bene

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.01.2018 - Tagged as:

Creating space for creativity and innovation: Bene

Bene Showroom. Photo: © bene

As a leading international specialist in the design and furnishing of inspiring office and working environments, Bene has been dealing with these requirements for many years and developed custom-made solutions for different office concepts. (text by Detail)

 

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Thu 30.11.

Luce Yourself: Das Haus 2018 At Imm Cologne

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.11.2017 - Tagged as: ,

Luce Yourself: Das Haus 2018 At Imm Cologne

Koldova’s Light Levels installation will consist of a series of cellular spaces representing different functions found in a typical home, with each one carefully illuminated to create an appropriate ambience

 

Architonic talks to Lucie Koldova about her work on the installation Das Haus 2018, part of the upcoming IMM COLOGNE. The young Czech designer was invited by the fair to stage “a poetic experiment of light”. (text by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Thu 8.6.

Material Tendencies: Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.06.2017 - Tagged as:

Material Tendencies: Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

 

Originally educated as a sculptor, French Furniture and Interior Designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance wants to connect people with their environments through his designs. (text by Anita Hackethal)

 

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Tue 28.2.

When Beat met Lukas: FluidSolids

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.02.2017 - Tagged as:

When Beat met Lukas: FluidSolids:

 

When Zurich-based FLUIDSOLIDS founder Beat Karrer met fellow Swiss Lukas Scherrer, owner of Californian design studio SHIBULERU, it was the start of a collaborative bromance that keeps on giving. (text by Simon Keane-Cowell )

 

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Fri 24.2.

Italian for experts: Artemest

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.02.2017 - Tagged as:

Italian for experts: Artemest

Made in Italy: Artemest provides a platform for the finest Italian products, like this handcrafted Murano glass and metal chandelier by Melissa Lunardi and Massimo Tonetto of VeniceM

Since 2015, ARTEMEST has been working to make the inexhaustible creativity and quality of Italian crafts known to a public of international connoisseurs. (text by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Fascinated by the natural material wood, the South Tyrolean Norbert Öttl trained as a cabinetmaker. But the young man had a second grand passion – modelling. As a model he was drawn from his home town of Meran to the fashion capitals of the world, in particular, the fashion city Milan, which became his second home. There, he not only learned a lot about fashion but also, to his regret, found that wood plays hardly any role at all in the fashion world. During his modelling career he had a brilliant idea of how he could combine both of his passions – wood and fashion – in the future.

 

Full of ambitions, following his return to South Tyrol in 2009, Öttl founded his own company. Since then, operating under the name EMBAWO, he has produced hand-made handbags and briefcases made of veneer. For his unique design pieces he mainly uses wood species from his homeland, for example, Maple, Oak or Walnut. But on request he also uses African woods. By the way, “EMBAWO” means nothing other than “wood” in Ugandan. As a person who feels close to nature, it is important to Öttl that the materials used by him, veneer and leather, are renewable raw materials and his production is therefore sustainable.

 

Read more here http://www.furniergeschichten.de/en/geschichten/handtaschen/