Monthly Archives: February 2015

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Pava Wülfert is a Colombian-born artist. His  paintings, sculptures and installations are experiments with colors and transformations of forms and volumes. By looking at his works you feel that he loves to mix and recycle different materials, such as textiles

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Project can be seen as an experimental review of classic furniture upholstery. It reminds us of the famous and iconic deep buttoned Chesterfield sofa’s, interpreted in a highly contemporary and sculptural way. Instead of upholstering springs and foam with leather

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Product designer and artist Elena Salmistraro lives and works in Milan. She has worked as a product designer and illustrator for various companies in the creative industry, such as Texturae – new designer wallpaper brand, for which she designs wallpaper.

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The organic collaboration between Bolon and Missoni continues with new editions of the Bolon by Missoni flooring range. Elementally affected and inspired by nature, the extended range now include a progressively autumnal, contemporary rustic palette with four new colours of

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Elena Salmistraro and her design line “MRND” lamps for Seletti are a tribute to the master Giorgio Morandi: lamps are made of glass, porcelain, wood, and cork. “MRND” lamps are a tribute to the master Giorgio Morandi, a current reinterpretation

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‘Somewhere’ is a hand-tufted armchair designed by Tal Alkabes. The idea behind the design was to integrate the hand tufting technique used for rug making and translate it as a means of upholstery to furniture. The topography created by the

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Gandia Blasco, the Valencian design company now widely recognized for its mainly white, outdoor furniture, began over sixty years ago as a textile manufacturer. In recent years, the company returned to its woven roots with a diverse collection of rugs

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UrbaNature was created from the evolution of metropolitan style, generated from the rediscovery of basic materials that make up the urban fabric. The interplay between different surfaces such as cement, wood, metal, ceramic and majolica results in something new and