// arthitectural / Furniture
  • STEALTH is a stool with a strong personality, it stands out for its functional characteristics: entirely made with high regeneration beech-wood, it has a basic shape with rounded corners and flared legs. Finishing: natural brushed finish, natural wax finish, oiled finish. The Stealth chair is provided in various colouring. Design: Iosa Ghini Associati Company: Livoni […]


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  • The iconic Eames Lounge Chair in chic, sleek, all black. The classic Eames Lounge Chair is available for the first time entirely in black. Adhering to the hand craftsmanship and manufacturing technology that Herman Miller is known for, this ebony veneer and black MCL leather version is an elegant update to design history Design: Herman […]


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Arktykka is a collection for all type of usage, functional, modular or mix, all kind of places, indoors or outdoors and also all type of social cultural events, such as exhibitions, meetings, receptions and presentations or just relaxations. Our main and major aim is to represent glamorous fluidity and minimalism to shape of Arktykka. Multi-material […]


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A 13,000 sq ft new-build modernist house, located within the Highgate Conservation Area and designed by architects SHH, has now started on site, with completion due in Summer 2012.  The scheme, called ‘Fitzroy Farm’, is located on a 0.45 hectare site bordering Hampstead Heath and was approved by the Camden Planning Committee without a single […]


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Designed for DIFFA DBD 2012, our table is a tribute to today’s digital society where everyone is always on the move with a wealth of information at their fingertips. We wanted to play on the idea of a QR code-abbreviated from Quick Response-it is one of the most popular types of two-dimensional barcodes and was designed […]


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Mathieu Lehanneur has converted the choir at St Hilaire church in Melle in the Deux-Sèvres department (France). The designer has enhanced the Romanesque building with a very mineral look, a surge of white marble that he imagines “prior to the construction of the church. A mineral presence justifying that the church was built there. Reflecting […]


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