Author Archives: anna

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Luka Pirnat is a industrial design graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana. He interlaces simplicity, innovation and functionality with a set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty. Project Description: ‘And yet it turns’,

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This very organic ambiance composed with elements of rustic charm and simplicity expressions translated in contemporary design language is combining eco-friendly recycled elements and functional, minimalist fittings. The home is located in Rome, Italy and is created by Fabio Carrabetta.

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Ceramic pellet stove by MCZ Group, finely designed with a jewel effect, in which light is refracted providing luminosity and ever-changing variations. Its round shape, simple and minimalist, is embellished by three stylish inserts in brass or nickel, which amplify the lighting effect and give

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The negative factor of burnt wood is transformed into aesthetic and emotional value. Preservation of the natural form of the tree trunk within the explicit boundaries. The general,squared form intensifies the artificial feeling, and in the same time keeps the

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Enzo Berti has designed Nabhi bathroom sinks bowls and trays dresses in red by Kreoo – an Italian company specialized in marble home furnishings. The design mixes with the spontaneous plasticity of marble that, especially in this variety of red

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Yupik Lamp

The ‘Yupik Lamp’ by Swedish studio Form Us With Love for Italian lighting company Fontana Arte is designed to be easily moved around and adapted to any context. Built with a styrofoam body and polycarbonate diffuser, the lightweight portable fixture

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The two sisters, Mónica and Ana Ibáñez, foundedGraviti Zone Rugs at the beginning of 2008. Everyone at the company is young and willing to communicate all their thoughts and ideas. They have a passion for textiles and design and coincidently

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Danish studio Space Copenhagen has overhauled the interior of Copenhagen eatery Noma. The designers have replaced the brown hues of the original interior with muted black and grey tones and have also swapped the tables and chairs with ones from