// arthitectural / Furniture
  • The Air collection by Manutti unveils its new colours. Available in Jardin de Ville’s showrooms from Montreal to Quebec City and passing through Toronto, Air is a modular system of high-end outdoor sofas. Young Belgian creator, Koen Van Extergem, who recently joined the Manutti Designer Studio, alongside the CEO of Manutti, Stephane De Winter, are […]


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  • Ligne Roset Réamur showroom in Paris will soon show “Beau Fixe” by Inga Sempé well known for her impertinent independence and practical rigour: “As a child, we had two armchairs at the seaside, massive like elephants sitting on their hindquarters, the front legs of which formed the armrests and ‘ears’. These ‘ears’, I loved them […]


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One material, One producer. Proof Living welcomes a stunning collection of throws and pillows from AIAYU just in time to add that transformative touch to every home. Aiayu which means “soul” in Bolivia, was created out of just one material – Llama Wool. The designs last long beyond fashion, colours and shapes. Everythis is carefully […]


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