Les Verticales de Gras are surprising and seductive because they fill the space and play with the void by drawing straight lines. Frédéric Winkler had these new references in his notebooks since the beginning of the DCW éditions adventure. He call them “Plumb bob”! Funny name for ceiling lamps, isn’t it? He explains: these are lamps which always look great, in any environment.
The Interior.Architecture.Hospitality LIBRARY at Heimtextil 2020 presents textile materials with a range of functional features, such as fire protection or sound insulation. In this way, it helps designers find the optimal solutions for their projects.
If you know Wonderwall Studios, you probably know these guys always go the extra mile for their woods. Always have, always will. Since 2010 they trot the globe in search of those special batches of reclaimed woods. This time, they stayed a little closer to home: Calabria, Italy. It’s here that they found something very special, something very beautiful, steeped in history. Rejected wood from olive trees. Proudly presenting their latest story ‘Going the extra mile: Olive Wood’.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.11.2019 - Tagged as: Occhio
With its architectural projects, German luminaire manufacturer Occhio displays how its values of quality, intelligence and uniqueness can be confidently translated into its products and lighting design.
Philips luminous textile with Kvadrat Soft Cells is a revolutionary ambient solution to enhance interior spaces with light, texture and dynamic content. One that’s so versatile you can change it and arrange it to express every mood. Bringing spaces alive, that’s the beauty of luminous textile.
FOREST by Ramon Esteve for Vondom is the result of a severe formal synthesis. A magic tree that invites you to be immersed in the pure, beautiful nature, together with your beloved ones, into this “illuminated forest” for such a special occasion as Christmas.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.11.2019 - Tagged as: M&K FILZE
Bavaria’s M&K Filze has learnt a thing or two about wool in its 150-year history, not least that it can be dangerous to follow the flock. No surprise then that they’ve developed a new material in-house: Nitona, a felt product that’s ideal for the acoustic optimisation of large spaces.