Tue 30.3.

LIQUID LIGHT: KEUCO

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How can our bathroom experiences be even further enhanced? By combining water with light suggest the experts at KEUCO, who’ve developed a bathroom lighting solution that corresponds to our natural biorhythms.

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ICE ICE, BABY: DOMETIC

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.03.2021 - Tagged as:

The MoBar collection from Swedish manufacturer Dometic demonstrates how gardens, terraces, patios and backyards can be transformed into outdoor gastronomic hotspots.

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RICH IN CONTRASTS: MAB MÖBEL AG

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.03.2021 - Tagged as:

Flexible, innovative and future-oriented: in the idyllic village of Muotathal, the young generation has taken over at the helm of MAB Möbel AG.

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Mon 29.3.

IN THE FRAME: ECLISSE

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The Eclisse 40 frame system opens the doors to more expressive design statements.

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Fri 26.3.

STRIPE CLUB: DRESSWALL

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Italian manufacturer Dresswall shows how to clad walls in hours rather than days with its new DresswallStripes collection – creating environments that range from the minimalist to the theatrical.

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Thu 25.3.

THE GREEN ROOM: RODA

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Under the guidance of its artistic director Rodolfo Dordoni, Italian outdoor-furniture pioneer Roda continues to create collections that are not only super-versatile but also boast increasingly eco credentials.

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BRICKING IT: RANDERS TEGL

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.03.2021 - Tagged as:

While brick has enjoyed a renaissance in contemporary architecture, due in no small part to its sustainability credentials, manufacturer Randers Tegl is delivering even greater creative potential and versatility with its long-format Ultima brick series.

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Sat 20.3.

Even better than the real thing: Amtico

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.03.2021 - Tagged as:

Amtico’s flooring products not only look like the real thing, they’re also more robust than the natural materials which they imitate, offering architects versatile surface solutions and greater planning freedom.

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Even better than the real thing: Amtico