Monthly Archives: December 2015

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fivetimesone is a group of architects, designers and design madcaps from different sides, aggregated by the founder Miroslaw Poplawski. They create objects inspired by nature and strive to expose diverse traditions of European craftsmanship. Sustainable design gives them the opportunity

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Lantern Lamp

In 1999, , the Finnish designer Harri Koskinen created for the  iittala a candle blown glass “Lantern”. This now famous piece comes in a new electric version. For this new edition, there are clear and sharp lines of the carved

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Attractive and luxurious interior designed by Iryna Dzhemesiuk and Vitaliy Yurov using furniture and accessories of renowned European companies – Baxter, Minotti, Poltrona Frau, Kristalia, Delightfull, Flos, Hive, Valcucine and Boca do Lobo. Design features: – bright and vivid colors

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Gio Pagani Wallpaper will present the concept of wallpaper as a trend, a visual and stylistic experiment. Wallpaper is undergoing a design and stylistic revolution, to become a primary decorative element, able to transform the banality of a wall into

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There have been many successful projects between the award-winning interior designer Mark Tracy and Calle Henzel throughout the years. Named best designer at HEIDI design awards and winner of HOSPY awards Tracy, of Chemical Spaces, goes his own way creating

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Katarzyna Gajewska is a painter and mixed media artist. Her painting process is somewhere between dream and documentation. Her art is realistic yet abstract. Katarzyna seeks to record the human simplicity and complexity within these realms. Above all Katarzyna tries

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This white ring is a ceramic art piece, a sculpture designed by Thomas Laurens: “This piece, like the changes we strive for takes vision and patience but then the accomplishment suits the exercise somewhat. Time changes a man but always

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Con.Tradition draws its inspiration from Chinese tradition. The concept is based on the apparent contradiction between the essence of contemporary style and the richness of the ancient Chinese tradition. The roughness of the steel is enriched with finishes, and the