Monthly Archives: December 2015

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Bitta Garden Lamp

Bitta is an external lamp that draws inspiration from nautical bollards, short and chunky posts with a bulge on the higher end shaped after a mushroom. Nautical bollards can be found on ports’ docks or on ships’ decks and are

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This new fixture from Belgian architectural lighting company Modular Lighting Instruments feels equally at home in an energy-efficient, ergonomic office environment as in a sleekly designed home office. Its characteristic honeycomb structure in combination with a wafer-thin diffuser reduces glare

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Parisian designer Samuel Accoceberry has designed a collection of carpets for Chevalier Edition that express the spirit of plaiting and craftsmanship. The collaboration uses the authentic age old tradition and technique of hand-knotting into contemporary artistic expressions. The strong graphic

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‘Stumps collection‘ consisted by chairs, stools and tables. She is using the appearance of wood and its grainy texture as an aesthetic for the metal furniture. The finished pieces express the history and beauty of nature, making each one individual

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This project demonstrates the possibility of using ordinary recyclable material for hospitality projects without compromising the sophistication of the food and service. Traditionally sake is bottled in wooden casks and secured with ropes. Current commercial method of bottling sake is

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Over the past year the American artist Adriane Colburn has travelled to remote areas of the Arctic and the Amazon, two of the remaining frontiers currently being exploited for natural resources. Both have yet to be thoroughly mapped. Colburn is

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Compact Work Areas

Spanish design studio Masquespacio have turned a dilapidated Valencia art gallery into an office for a law firm. The 100 square metre office has been divided into compact work areas with full-length glazed walls. The original wooden ceiling beams were restored to

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For Bonaldo, interior furnishings are not just accessories: they are an important part of the home, sometimes they are vital because their function makes everyday life easier, and others they make the setting more elegant, modern or designer, thanks to

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The Nolitan Hotel is a 55 room boutique property in downtown Manhattan. It also features a restaurant at grade and a roof deck. The building, interiors, restaurant and rooftop were designed by Grzywinski+Pons. via The material palette for the entire

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Studio Itai Bar-On together with designer Oded Webman have designed the Bullet Collection, a series of concrete lamps. The Bullet collection celebrates the qualities of the material and its vast possibilities of production. The lamps can be either hung or