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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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  • Ramón Esteve inaugurated his Author’s Space at the XXII International Exhibition by L’Antic Colonial, Porcelanosa Group As every year, L’Antic Colonial and Porcelanosa Group present the latest news before the expectant look of professionals, visitors and media at the XXII International Architectural Exhibition. An unmissable event taking place from 2nd to 6th February and is […]


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When launching new furniture in the spring of 2013 the client Skøyen Design Center, which is a collaboration between 8 different furniture and lighting producers, wanted to renew their showroom. In addition to presenting the products in an aesthetic way, the showroom was to used as a social workspace for the different companies sharing the […]


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The main task of the project was to transform the gathering of cramped rooms into one spacious volume, without breaking their functional role. In other words – to coordinate typical two-room apartment with up-to-date idea about comfort, not forgetting about bachelor habits that demand the most progressive decisions. It was due to reshape literally each […]


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In Fall 2007, the Städel Museum invited eight prominent international architecture firms to take part in a competition to extend Frankfurt’s beloved museum. The winning answer was in the subterranean: By burying the new building directly below the museum’s garden,  schneider+schumacher incorporates landscape, light, art, and subtle architecture, while nearly doubling the exhibition area without compromising the openness of the […]


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