Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Anemone Rug

Anemone is a rug inspired by a painting in which brushstrokes imitate the movements of sea anemones.  Design by Francois Dumas for La Chance. The rug is handmade by artisans in Portugal who tuft and cut the wool to obtain

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Martí Guixé has breathed new life into the classic Kerman rug, recreating the mythical pictorial motifs of birds, flowers, horses and deer that appear and disappear…like ghosts. Ghost is a rug that plays with shadows in black and white, a

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Kymo, from Germany, makes contemporary floorwear. Their approach to floor textiles is best summed up by their brand philosophy: ‘Go on. And create.’ kymo collections are distinctly stylish, classy – and cutting edge. The kymo label in the bottom corner

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XXL sectional, polyurethane sofa was designed by Fabrizio Batoni for Esedra. Geometric and soft shapes characterize this sofa; that offers a possibility of assembling modules, covered with different colours and fabrics. It’s a system of modular seats that can be

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Biggest event on the international design – Milan Furniture Fair has started yesterday. The most important event will be in Milan till the 13th April. Hundreds of designers showcase their innovative projects and concepts. The idea of playing on a

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Natalie Mather is a painter who is interested in the process of a work’s construction, that is, how a “finished” work emerges from a series of drawn and painted layers. Mather’s work is concerned with paint as a material, a

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Abimis stainless steel kitchens with innovative manufacturing technologies are designed to last forever. Solid, beautiful and extremely easy to clean. Derived from Prisma’s international experience in professional kitchens, the Abimis ranges are specifically designed to customise and enhance every stage