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Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Tue 18.5.

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 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 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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Thu 22.4.

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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Tue 13.4.

The art of sustainability: Tecnografica

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.04.2021

Comic artist Vittorio Giardino’s latest designs for Tecnografica’s ‘Art Collections’ series of graphic wallpaper artworks deliver more than a powerful visual impact, they’re also sound-absorbing, waterproof and 100 per cent sustainable.

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Tue 2.3.

HERE COMES THE SUN: CRÉATION BAUMANN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.03.2021 - Tagged as:

Trust Swiss textile specialists CRÉATION BAUMANN to develop a curtain collection that provides both comfortable indoor conditions and energy-saving benefits. Meet GLARE & HEAT…

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Mon 26.10.

GO CHROMO: PIERO LISSONI X ATLAS CONCORDE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.10.2020 - Tagged as:

A system reminiscent of Le Corbusier’s Architectural Polychromy assigns certain shades to certain surfaces. The neutral tones of suede, graphite, cord, cotton, cloud and fog are recommended for floors. ©Copyright 2020 by Ceramiche Atlas Concorde S.p.A.

Can we change the way we see and use colour in interiors? With its new Prism series, developed by Piero Lissoni, ATLAS CONCORDE certainly thinks so.

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Thu 2.4.

MERGOSCIA BY SUSANNE FRITZ ARCHITEKTEN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.04.2020 - Tagged as:

Photographer: © Carlo Lavatori

The house, built in the 80s on a hillside with a view of Lake Maggiore, was completely gutted, overhauled, and adapted to the visions of the new owner.

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai MERGOSCIA BY SUSANNE FRITZ ARCHITEKTEN