Monthly Archives: February 2015

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Turbo installation

French artist Baptiste Debombourg studies the everyday for its reflective potential: how it can be both what it is and seem very different. Transforming everyday material he makes us see those everyday things through the dream they might imagine for

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Modern Printed Rugs

In 2011 Kasthall invites you to a family gathering in the world of rugs. This is a meeting of old and new, as our large and highly individual family of woven, hand-tufted and printed rugs has grown even larger.

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Hexatile collection of wall and floor porcelain tile can magically change the decor of your home. Jast think about of patchwork patterns and shapes – the combinations are endless. You can see Hexatile Matte collection by Equipe Ceramica and many

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Changing ordinary materials from the ordinary into the extraordinary through communication with users in the aim of giving people a sense of greater durability and emotional, in order to allow for a greater range of possibilities, which results in a

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Wooden Textiles

Elisa Strozyk‘s Wooden Textiles are a manifestation of how waste can be the source of a new process of creativity and innovation. German based designer Elisa Strozyk started experimenting with off-cuts of wood veneer from a workshop that was closing. 

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Pinkit is a round side table designed by Cristiana Macedo for brand Two Six, available in four colors that personalizes the space where it is placed. From the living room to the bedroom or even at the office, Pinkit occupies

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Punk Chair by Green

 Italian designers Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci have designed this special chair. Its name is Punk chair branded by Green. Like you can see below, Punk chair presents a fancy look and it is very comfortable at the same time.

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Mariam Ayvazyan is an architect and designer based in Yerevan, Armenia, her Studio Made in love produced a new lamp and lighting installation – Sweet curves light. Photographer: Davit Andreasian