// arthitectural / Karim Rashid
  • nhow Milan, a design hotel from the NH Hoteles chain, was presented at the recent Milan Design Week with an exclusively restyled bar area by designer Karim Rashid, who based the lighting project around Nafir, the suspension lamp he himself designed for Axo Light. With this restyling project, the American designer of Egyptian roots has […]


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  • Acquired singly or in groups of three, Nafir presents the opportunity to create and customise an infinite number of compositions, suitable for residential or contract use. Three colour choices: chrome exterior/white interior, white exterior/gold interior and white exterior/white interior. The canopies are in the same material as the lamp, with identical colour and finish. Dimensions: […]


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LAVA, designed by KARIM RASHID for the Spanish brand VONDOM, is a unique experience of beauty, luxury, performance and functionality seamless together. LAVA, is an undulating, cloud-like bench, a really huge organic blobular sculpture which is very difficult to obtain with the manufacturing process such as rotomoulding technique. LAVA, its avant-garde and original shape creates […]


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A significant challenge: to rehabilitate a 19th century building at Porto’s historic centre, on a symbolic area such as the Infante Square, opposite to the Mercado Ferreira Borges and Bolsa Palace. The Infante D. Henrique street, at the number 75, now rehabilitated into the Forrester Building, was where most probably the Baron James Forrester has lived, […]


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