LIFE shower, design by Giulio Gianturco for MAKRO – when functionality and need coexist with design and pure aesthetics. A shower project with a rigorous design, functional for everyone, aiming at meeting the demands of those who love to indulge in an all-around shower without forgetting the needs of children, the elderly and people with […]
Estiluz has received the Red Dot 2016 Product Design Award for the Button suspension lamp. This practical, sustainable and futuristic product is created by Francesc Rifé. Button was already awarded with the #MetropolisLikes during ICFF 2015 in New York. The primary hallmark of this leading-edge lighting system is its possibility to adapt to users’ needs […]
Denis Rakaev has recently completed the interior design of a contemporary apartment in Kiev, Ukraine. Apartment KASUMISO – is a combination of Japanese naturalism and Italian Futurism, illustrated an interior decor trend so popular in Europe. Deliberate simplicity and coziness of natural materials: wood, clay and flax, which is so typical of Japan house decor. […]
Strongly influenced and in a way defined by Brazilian culture and natural giving this ultra-luxury penthouse located at the heights of Rio de Janeiro has some truly astonishing features. Offering all extras necessary in terms of architecture and design the project of Studio Arthur Casas adds to its graces the benefit of breathtaking views. The […]
City tile range from Lea Ceramiche with textured pattern that reveals itself to be a stylised, map-like interpretation of city streets, houses and buildings.
Rooted in the modernism of the mid-twentieth century, this single-level rambling ranch-style house has been transformed from the ground up. The home was designed by architect/owner Mark Kirkhart, founder and principal of the multiple award winning firm DesignArc, Inc. The formal interior entertainment areas connect to the outdoor spaces by utilizing fully-pocketing sliding glass doors, […]
A beautiful collection of 3D Wall panels by Mosarte. Collection resurrects the origins of country life, valuing beauty and the simplicity of little things. The coziness of wood, the main raw material, is accompanied by materials such as marble and slate, which complement one another in an innovative way, providing wellbeing and guaranteeing authenticity.
The design of the BAFFI was inspired by the old train station in Northern Italia. TBDC kept the wall blank which only surrounded by metal sheet, and used apple wood to be the pillar with modern shape. Modern and rustic at the same time, a new style of Italian dinning room was created. Accompanied by […]