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Posts filed under 'Products'

Mon 24.2.

HOME SUITE HOME: MAXALTO

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.02.2020 - Tagged as: ,

HOME SUITE HOME: MAXALTO

Designing for life: Maxalto’s latest ranges by its creative director Antonio Citterio work together to deliver the finest in modern living, like this Alcor dining table


A strong brand needs a strong presentation: Premium Italian furniture brand Maxalto has transformed a Parisian townhouse into a home, with pieces from its latest collection.


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Wed 12.2.

LIGHT RELIEF: TRIBECA FROM PEDRALI

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.02.2020 - Tagged as:

LIGHT RELIEF: TRIBECA FROM PEDRALI
Featuring colours developed especially for it by CMP Design in collaboration with Pedrali, the Tribeca family of outdoor has all the makings of a contemporary classic – which is clearly something to celebrate!

Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be! CMP Design’s latest collaboration with premium Italian brand Pedrali sees a reworking of classic 1960s outdoor furniture that’s so much more than a simple homage.

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Thu 6.2.

DISCOVER THE POWER OF MORE: EGGER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.02.2020 - Tagged as:

DISCOVER THE POWER OF MORE: EGGER
With the EGGER Decorative Collection, architects and fabricators receive a coordinated package that supports them in their success

The Austrian wood-based products specialist knows how to satisfy its customers – combining decades of experience with state-of-the-art technology.

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Thu 30.1.

DOWN TO A FINE ART: ATLAS CONCORDE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.01.2020 - Tagged as:

Equally suited to landscape architecture, Aix’s tiles can be used for patios, seamlessly linking indoors and outdoors

Atlas Concorde, the internationally renowned Italian company founded 50 years ago, have the production of high-end porcelain and wall tiles down to a fine art.

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Tue 28.1.

AS INSIDE, SO OUTSIDE: MINOTTI

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.01.2020 - Tagged as:

AS INSIDE, SO OUTSIDE: MINOTTI
The generously proportioned, modular Quadrado seating system is designed by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, and takes inspiration from the Japanese Metabolist architecture of the Fifties and the Sixties

Italian manufacturer MINOTTI doesn’t believe you should have to sacrifice good design, quality and comfort simply because you are outside, so its outdoor collections embody the same, renowned elegance. All you have to do is sit back and relax.

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Mon 27.1.

TAKE IT OUTSIDE: FREIFRAU MANUFAKTUR

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.01.2020 - Tagged as:

TAKE IT OUTSIDE: FREIFRAU MANUFAKTUR
The new Leaysol furniture line from Freifrau Manufaktur works inside and out

The popular Leya series from Freifrau has a new sister and she’s more of the outdoor type. Anything but a couch potato, the Leyasol line is the first by Freifrau to venture outside.

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DESIGN CENTER’S FOCUS OPEN: THE HANDS-ON DESIGN AWARD
Design excellence: The Kaiser Shen Architekten studio designed this Ludwigsburg Museum-commissioned, wooden micro-house for the yard as a solution to the shortage of living space.

The DESIGN CENTER BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG’s Focus Open jury don’t mind getting their hands dirty. Before handing over any prizes, all entries will have been not only seen but touched, tested and tried out.

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Thu 23.1.

REUSE IT, OR LOSE IT!: KINNARPS

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.01.2020 - Tagged as:

REUSE IT, OR LOSE IT!: KINNARPS
Pictured are some of Kinnarps’ most sustainable products; Capella chairs with all replaceable parts, FSC-certified Oberon desks and Oktav sound absorbers filled with 50% recycled material

REUSE IT, OR LOSE IT!: It’s fair to say that most people will do the right thing if given the chance – and with their new Better Effect Index rating tool, KINNARPS, the Swedish furniture manufacturer, is putting this theory to the test.

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