Propellor is a multidisciplinary studio based in Vancouver who designs lighting, furniture and interior design. Toby Baratt, Pamela Goddard and Nik Rust, Propellor designer, developing their projects from the use and reuse of natural materials or recycled. Read the rest of this entry »
Top Floor is a small London company founded in 1998 which is mainly engaged in carpet production. Among the most interesting pieces is undoubtedly Effervescent Rug, designed by Esti Barnes, designer and founder of Top Floor. It ‘s a very colorful rug, made of many circular pieces of different sizes and made with a three-dimensional well-marked, that somehow seems to remember the stones in the world of fairy tales.
In this apartment in St. Petersburg, the tones chosen for the furnishings and finishes are certainly harbingers of brightness or multi-colored: dark tones predominate in fact, with however a lighting system worth noting. Also the use of reflective surfaces, such as graphite ceilings, or iridescent, pearl-like effect, which changes color depending on how light is reflected, gives every room a special charm. Read the rest of this entry »
In a world where the advance-book and the books appear to decrease (although in the field of architecture and design no screen can replace a good book full of pictures and details) continue to take forward the proposals, however, modular solutions for libraries.The latest proposal is to come of the German designer Florian Gross KONNEX who has designed a bookcase easy to assemble and design capable of furnishing. Read the rest of this entry »
Urania with the designer Roberto Giacomini has ventured to Kubedesign, in the design of a modern ecofriendly, which has nothing to envy to his illustrious ancestors made with traditional materials. The knowledge of the technical characteristics of the board led him to explore new compositional possibilities and, with the help of innovative technological devices, the design of an addition that is brilliantly overcome the dichotomy between form and function. The apparent fragility of the material skilfully hides the load-bearing capacity of the structure and, thanks to the backrests are available in various finishes, does not give up aesthetic.
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Despite its name, Contemporary, this collection of rugs in the collection has a vaguely retro to some decorative elements of Art Nouveau. It is not surprising since the designer Natalia Pepe, from Argentina, now lives in the countryside of Piacenza and the Art Nouveau atmosphere of Barcelona. And so it looks like a collage of vintage modernist pattern, Sombra is as elegant as a building Catalan, Suerte, Chic, Garden and leaves share the same floral inspiration, while Barcelona is a rose that seems to come round to the Sagrada Familia. Products from the Italian Society SITAP Carpet, are all made using traditional techniques, hand-woven and carved bas-relief to get the effect that characterizes them.