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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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  • Following a successful collaboration with the Hilton Sydney, Landini Associates has recently carried out the interior re-design of the Executive Lounge at the award-winning Hilton Singapore, one of the oldest hotels in the city’s Orchard Road. The interior features Landini custom-designed rugs and furniture manufactured by local artisans alongside dark timber floors which create warmth […]


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Splinter Works are delighted to return to Decorex International 2013, on 22-25 September at Kensington Palace, Stand number E32, unveiling three new works of exceptional furniture and functional sculpture. On exhibition is the acclaimed Vessel hammock bathtub, exhibited in its own wet room setting with a working tap, visitors can fully experience the functionality. Other new works include […]


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These are some preview images of a building located in Polanco, in a “L” shaped lot. Due to special circumstances there is almost no façade towards the street, it was decided to have the life and views developed to the inside. An irregular geometric pattern was created, with a random use of different materials such […]


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Lyubkka seating represents a dialogue between the traditional usage and the fluid contemporary language with simple continuous lines and touches. Ergonomic and endless loop lines are blended in continuous organic three dimensional surface. Thin lines and solid volumes blend in sophisticated form for all modern and classic spaces.     Designer: Nuvist Architecture & Design Project […]


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Water management is still the most important function of Amsterdam canals. Without them, the city would drown. Circulating the water is also vital for sanitary reasons. In the days when windmills had to do the job, the stench of the water could become unbearable in periods with little wind or rain. Three times a week, […]


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