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  • In a close link between industry and culture, Form Us With Love and IKEA are collaborating to create something strong and affordable. Using neat yet durable frames, a new collection of chairs and stools are presented at a remarkable price. “The great idea behind the JANINGE collection is the democratization of design, to create a […]


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  • Lucky piggy bank with pink ears “Once upon a time there was a pig, that got upset each time people would call it ‘a pig’. It wished its name was ‘Rose’.” That‘s the way a popular children‘s tale begins. Deep inside beautiful Miss Monnipenni must have had similar aspirations and even though no one ever […]


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35CC is the new, surprising Elica hood that breaks the mould in the kitchen. Its shape and colour distinguish a design object with a technological heart, in full Elica style. The shape is the result of the intersection of two “C”-shaped shells, one external, aesthetic and coloured that joins to another that is functional, made using smooth or […]


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Tectonics, culture and topography inspire the design of 7 Guatemalan schools that elevate the spirit of a Mayan community shattered by war. In a country still recovering from 30 years of civil war, Guatemala’s “Ixil Triangle”, a group of isolated towns located in the western highlands, was one of the areas to suffer the most. […]


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The Villa is placed in natural surroundings, on the slopes of the Cmrok hill, in a very attractive residential part of the city of Zagreb. The customary program of a family residence had to be adjusted to the very steep terrain. Instead of traditional divisions into upstairs/downstairs and public/private, the building is organized into a […]


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Located in a neighborhood characterized by traditional bungalow style single-family residences, Orange Grove is a new landmark for the City of West Hollywood. The building is sensitively designed and compatible with the neighborhood, but differs in material palette and scale from its neighbors. Referencing architectural conventions of modernism rather than the pitched roof forms of […]


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