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Gerry Judah
Great War Commemorative Sculptures at St. Paul’s Cathedral


Gerry Judah’s twin sculptures in the nave of St Paul’s Cathedral have been erected to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. Their white cruciform shapes evoking the meticulously maintained war graves of northern France and further afield, in fact represent an utterly contemporary questioning of the continued need for […]


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Honey and Bunny for Mak Design Lab
Eat Design


Why do we eat soup with a spoon, when we could drink it, too? Why do we sit on chairs and not on the floor when we we eat? And why do we wear tight, uncomfortable clothing while doing so, and not aprons or bathrobes? The way we eat is not biologically predetermined, but rather […]


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Andrea Génova
Cracked


The concept is based around the fact that nature finds any chance of survival even in the most adverse conditions. Reinventing vase: A chic classic. Reinventing environments, make vertical surfaces. Reinterpreting plants as design elements, as pictures that hang and not as big flower pot. “Cracked” is a complete piece of porcelain finished with a matt […]


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Dream Interiors
NLXL


NLXL was founded in the Netherlands in November 2010 by Rick and Esther Vintage. The company focusses on premium quality wallpaper. NLXL is known for the Scrapwood Wallpaper collection, brainchild of designer Piet Hein Eek and NLXL founder Rick Vintage. This collection won the Editor’s award at ICFF New York in 2011 and can be […]


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BIG + KILO
BIG Cities, a tableware design for the TAC set


TAC was developed at the end of the 1960s – based on a design by architect and designer Walter Gropius and his Boston-based firm The Architects Collaborative (TAC). Built upon basic geometrical forms, it owes its style to Bauhaus. The BIG Cities design is emerged from marrying this classic style with the silhouette of various […]


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Shinobu Koizumi
Winter Memories Collection


“I hope that snow never melt. If so I can bring it in my room.” Pure white snow accumulated on town. Snowballing with friends and snowman made with family. Even if spring comes, on summer, winter memories never melt. “snowball weight” It can be paperweight because this snow never melt and wet. size : W60xD60xH60 […]


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Lucem
Light transmitting concrete in Floor Application


Light transmitting concrete is known since more then 80 years now and provides – still mostly in the stage of an idea – a lot of attraction to architects, designers and building owners all over the world. Due to thousands of optical fibers embedded into the concrete, daylight or artificial light pass easily through the […]


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Eugeni Quitllet
DIN AMIC


Eugeni Quitllet has created a collection of plastic tableware called ‘DIN AMIC,’ manufactured by Ipi for mass retail. Cups, bowl, salad bowl, tray, saucer and cutlery compose a streamlined and elegant series for ephemeral tables. One would certainly think twice before throwing away this tableware set comprising 300 million units by year. Din-amic comprises those […]


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Céragrès
LIFE


CÉRAGRÈS invites you to draw inspiration from nature and bring its soft, neutral tones into your home with its new LIFE series. Textures and raw material come together harmoniously to give your space a cozy and unique feel. Re-enact the warm and welcoming atmosphere of wood floors with the LIFE tile and personalize each space […]


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ERGO
Marlene Pellet by Sergio Leoni


The first stove in hand-crafted ceramics with pellet technology at its heart. For over fifty years, Sergio Leoni has listened to customers and met their needs. The founder, Sergio, started modelling wood-burning stoves with ceramics in the sixties. It was something quite innovative at the time and reflected the growing need to deliver heat more […]


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Constance Guisset Studio
Nijimi


Nijimi cushions are in line with the research on colours and watercolours, initiated with Francis mirror. A chromatic cloud emerges from a stream of light pigments. Like an invitation to a vaporous dream on a delicate percale. Abandon in a colourful explosion. Designer: Constance Guisset Studio Project name: Nijimi Photos: Guisset  


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Daniel Vezina & Pascale Girardin
The Heart of the Matter


As part of the Planète Montréal Fine Dining program, The Heart of the Matter brings together ceramic design and gastronomy with Quebec’s Laurie Raphaël chef Daniel Vezina and ceramist Pascale Girardin. Their culinary constructions will serve as interludes during the full course menu sets on February 20th and 21st 2014. The two met in Quebec […]


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Centro Progetti Vismara
Junior


Junior Collection is the evolution of the shower enclosure through a new focus on the essential components: a hinged door, a folding door and a fixed side. A rigorous linear form, the extreme functionality of each detail, simple installation and exceptional performance are the main reference values of the Junior Collection: essentiality as a project. […]


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Dream Interiors
L&G


Dream Interiors was established in 2006, and has since been at the forefront of style and design for modern European furniture and furnishings in Singapore. Each piece of furniture represented in the show room has been carefully handpicked from 15 exclusive international brands for its modern design yet classic appeal. Dream’s 15,000 sq feet showroom […]


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Blue Sky Hospitality
MASU robatayaki


MASU is a striking white-on-white Japanese dining destination created by Henry Chebaane, the restaurant designer of Blue Sky Hospitality studio fame. The design takes its inspiration from the texture and colour of rice, combined with the abstract geometry of origami paper foldings. The name and architecture refer to the masu box , which is a […]


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molo design
softwall + softblock modular system


A flexible freestanding partition system that can expand and contract to freely shape more intimate spaces within larger open areas. The cellular structure of softwall + softblock serves to dampen sound while translucent or opaque versions sculpt the light of a space.Recognized for its elegant innovation, softwall + softblock is a part of the permanent […]


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Claesson Koivisto Rune
Frans


The fringe or tassel (‘frans’ in Swedish) is a detail found on both modern clothing as well as traditional folk dress. Our wool plaid design plays around within the constraints of blanket weaving techniques, resulting in a plaid with a sublime character reminiscent of a shawl. Usually, the fringes on a blanket appear along the […]


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Ana Hernando
C’UP


Reversible glass. To take an espresso, coffee with milk, dessert or shot drink. A set of one C´UP with plate, coffee mat and 3 paper Place Mat Mini. Transparent Case. Pressed glass. Height 13 cm. Espresso 6 cc – Lungo 14 cc. Designer: Ana Hernando  


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Analogia Project & Alessio Sarri
Booming Vases


The vases are the result of a collaboration with master ceramist Alessio Sarri (one of the most talented Italian ceramists, he collaborated with artists and designers such as Sottsass, Natalini, Thun). The aim of these objects is to explore two opposite essential elements that make our existence: air and matter, power and fragility. Pure geometrical […]


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De Ferranti
Estrella Mosaic


De Ferranti’s new Estrella mosaic by the Artistic Tile Company is available in glass mosaic as well as a combination of stone, glass and rivershell. In another exciting collaboration, De Ferranti is pleased to be the exclusive UK supplier for The Artistic Tile Company’s exquisite collection of surfaces from classic marbles inlaid with shell and […]


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