Posts filed under 'Products'

Wed 11.3.

SYMBIOSIS OF ROOM AND NATURE: SOLARLUX

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.03.2020 - Tagged as:

SYMBIOSIS OF ROOM AND NATURE: SOLARLUX
Ceiling-height windows from Solarlux offer unobstructed views of the world outside. Photo: Christiane Koch

With its moveable glass facades, German family-owned company SOLARLUX is blurring the lines between outside and in – seamlessly merging the outdoors with indoor living spaces.

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Mon 9.3.

INSIDE/OUT: STRING MOVES OUTDOORS

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.03.2020 - Tagged as:

INSIDE/OUT: STRING MOVES OUTDOORS
String Furniture co-founder Peter Erlandsson’s labrador Enzo lends his master’s newly installed outdoor shelving his approval

What better way to invigorate a design classic than to rethink it for outdoor usage? Swedish brand String Furniture’s iconic shelving system gets some fresh air.

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Tue 3.3.

7 things you should know about today’s office: Palmberg

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.03.2020 - Tagged as:

It’s time for a reset. Made-in-Germany office-furniture manufacturer Palmberg has produced seven short films to encourage us to rethink the workplace. It’s time for more tolerance, more individuality and more joy in the office!

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Fri 28.2.

ON A ROLL: REGENT LIGHTING

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.02.2020

ON A ROLL: REGENT LIGHTING
Mind the gap: Available in lengths up to 24 metres, RUN+’s flexibility means that architects can design without having to worry about unwanted visual interruptions in their lighting projects

Swiss lighting specialists REGENT LIGHTING’s new rollable diffuser RUN+ finally makes uninterrupted, joint-free lighting planning possible. Nothing’s going to stop us now.

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Thu 27.2.

EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH: OKAY.III FROM KÖNIG + NEURATH

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.02.2020 - Tagged as:

EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH: OKAY.III FROM KÖNIG + NEURATH
Colour connection: Particularly in open-plan offices, using colour to visually connect office chairs with other furnishing elements helps to create a harmonious overall effect


Changing places – and therefore chairs – during the working day has become a completely normal thing. One particularly flexible member of the team is the OKAY.III office chair from KÖNIG + NEURATH, which automatically adapts to each of its users.

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Wed 26.2.

THE MOTHER OF (RE)INVENTION: FDB MØBLER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.02.2020


Remixed: Resurrecting mid-century designs involved FDB Møbler making revisions to proportions and palettes to suit today’s consumer, while retaining the utilitarian beauty and craftsmanship of the originals. Pictured: the J149 sofa


Traditional Danish brand FDB Møbler is experiencing a rebirth – stylishly reworking some its furniture classics from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, and giving them a 21st-century twist.

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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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