Monthly Archives: March 2016

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FM Janssen is a leader in designer carpet. Designer Edward van Vliet, Tanja Soeter and Femke Goossens provide innovative and high-profile carpets.Trend is F.M. Janssen including in the field of high pile carpets, where several grades and colors. If you

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A pigeon 5 meters high has made a nest in Turin Giachino 53 via a short walk from Stazione Dora. It is not the plot of a Hitchcock film but a work of urban art, created by young artist Mauro 

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These Self-Portraits are energetic paintings by Nikos Gyftakis. Using vibrant colors and swirling brush strokes, the Greek artist blends curves and circular lines together to form each oil painting. From a distance, eyes and faces stare out at the viewer.

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The Number 6 of Palazzo Valperga Galleani in Turin-Italy is an impressive example of how renovation works can bring back to life an old building respecting and interlacing the historical heritage and the newest technologies and trends in architecture and

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The benches and stools translate the beauty of a controlled drapery into a bigger dimension. Zieharsofika rethinks common upholstery technics and run uses conventional rubber foam mats which, with the help of elastic bands, come out as an ornamental form.

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‘Kartell by Laufen’ is a bathrooom which brings together the material essence and technological innovations of two companies: Italian furniture company Kartell and its use of plastic applied to the production of furniture; and Swiss specialist Laufen for its expertise

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Se’Paar is a series of hanging lighting fixtures by Taeg Nishimoto, made of Buckram fabric. Buckram is a resin impregnated mesh fabric that sustains the form when they are manipulated with water and left to dry. Two sheets of white

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British designer Tom Dixon has developed a collection of tiles for Italian brand Bisazza, featuring graphic patterns based on architectural features including bricks and pebble-dash walls. The new Cementiles collection represents the first collaboration between Bisazza and Dixon’s London studio,