Monthly Archives: February 2016

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Composting Shed

Located in Edinburgh, this garden composting shed designed by Nicholas Groves-Raines of Groves-Raines Architects Ltd (GRA). Provides function but also innovation in form.  GRA utilizes the re-bars collectively to create strength in the numbers. Utilizing structural framework points, GRA defines

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This contemporary architectural project of DOOI Studio in Romania is luckily situated at the verge of vast forests and beautiful shores of Snagov Lake – exceptional and secluded location. The inner premises with their vast (double height) volumes, grand soft

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Innovation capability, creativity and design, tradition and culture, a passion for ceramics and environmental awareness are the fortes of Marazzi ceramics. The Silkstone collection is inspired by stone and silk. The silkstone ceramic tiles are mainly in warm shades, but

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Whether you are moving into your first house and therefore buying a mattress for the first time, or you and your partner of several decades are starting to feel the wear and tear of a busy life and need to

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French designer Matali Crasset has collaborated for the first time with contemporary rug company,  Nodus to create ‘roots’. The woolen rug has four levels of height giving it three-dimensional quality  that resembles the root system of a centuries-old tree.  Measuring

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Unique in design and immediately distinguishable from its pretenders. In tuned with latest trends, Pc Divano is made out of sustainable materials, vintage oriental patchwork treated and re-colorized fitting with each and every color desire. It features ergonomic designs with

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Dichotomy of dirt

Sculptures installations by Margaret Boozer impress with simplicity and treatment of the material. Clay is the basis for experiments with natural materials, pigments, metal, porcelain.

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The artist says of her work, “I find it fascinating to explore the way light can be used to focus attention on certain details, or to conceal others. Colours, contours and textures are more clearly defined by the play of