Monthly Archives: November 2015

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Jelly Plate

Jelly is a series of design items consisting of three pieces: a vase, a bowl/container and a plate. With this new series Kartell in its continuous search for new tactile and aesthetic effects once again demonstrates its technological know-how in

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Bestlite has been in continuous production since 1930. Winston Churchill is numbered amongst its many famous users. The Bestlite design was conceived by Robert Dudley Best who was highly influenced by the Bauhaus. Bauhaus was a school in Germany that

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Francesca Lanzavecchia and Hunn Wai of the Italian-Singaporean studio Lanzavecchia + Wai, have designed ‘Fragmented 01 + 02’, a series of furniture types which replace the solid side panels of typical storage units with bands of flexible fabric. This material

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Farmer’s bench is an outdoor pouf that reminds the hay bales (dimensions: w 31.52” x d 23.64” x h 17.73”, colors: white or gold). It has been designed by the Italian designer Fabio Vinella.

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Sometimes you come across the problem of a living room that just looks gloomy, which isn’t the best look for a place that’s supposed to be comfortable and relaxing. Don’t despair – with clever use of colour and materials, and

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The geometry of the five human senses is the basis for Liam Hopkins’ Geometry of Sensibus Rugs. Touch, Smell, Sight, Taste and Hearing, each design was modelled in a 3D computer program and then taken back to its basic wireframe

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Ceramic pellet stove by MCZ Group, finely designed with a jewel effect, in which light is refracted providing luminosity and ever-changing variations. Its round shape, simple and minimalist, is embellished by three stylish inserts in brass or nickel, which amplify the lighting effect and give