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Once again, Kartell had one of the most superbly imaginative stands. References to the travelling Circus Theatres of the past and the beloved pop aesthetics of the company became an ideal setting for the presentation of their products.
Dinder House near the village of Dinder, Somerset is a Georgian picture book house built by the Rev. William Somerville in 1801. This listed building, set in 23 acres of walled garden, typifies the best of the buildings of its era.
The MDF Italia exhibit space, conceived for the 50th anniversary of the SaloneInternazionale del mobile is a space with strong architectural distinctive features; a location where to bring out the products as a whole: the newest proposals together with the most significant pieces from the collection.
The 25hours Hotel Wien is located in Vienna’s 7th district, home to shopping quarter Neubaugasse, the Museumsquartier, and the heart of Vienna’s young, liberal, creative scene.
Hermès has thrown open its doors and invited the designers Enzo Mari, Antonio Citterio and the RDAI studio (Rena Dumas Architecture Intérieure) to chart a new page in its history in the domain of furniture.
What is beautiful today is ugly tomorrow and what was ugly yesterday is beautiful today. I would say that what interests me more is charm, an actuality which contains both beauty and ugliness. Charm opens pathways, etches journeys, creates myths, reveals, or if you like, has time on its side.
The simplicity of the surrounding environment and the brown & grey color scheme of the area of Karavostasis paired with the clarity of the volumes of the hotel complex led us to design the interior and surrounding spaces with solutions that underline simplicity and elements ...
Scratched, oxidised metals. Craft skills and high-tech performance. OXY is the new MIRAGE project that turns ceramics into a furnishing element. Feisty and full of character, this is a futuristic collection for cutting-edge architectural solutions.
The traditional white Cycladic house has been an unsurpassed model for the modernistic standards since the beginning of the 20th century. Le Corbusier, when he first visited the Greek isles in 1933, spoke of the "eternal house" and said, "These humble island houses are the archetype of modern architecture".
After a renovation project which took over 8 months, the Groninger Museum reopened its doors to the public on Sunday 19 December 2010. The entire building has regained its original lustre and and its colours have been fully restored.