furniture

concrete simplicity

Curious Grace welcomes Zeki, the new French-designed brand with a whole lot of concrete simplicity. Urban concrete and natural oak are combined to form an architectural and versatile collection - made to mix and match. Unexpected and minimal, each Zeki design has been handmade by specialised concrete artisans. Designed to mix and match, Zeki brings a sense of clam and minimalism...

HAY + IKEA

Renowned Danish design company Hay are exploring the future of Scandinavian design with the launch of YPPERLIG at IKEA and the range does not disappoint! HAY was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2002 by husband and wife duo Mette and Rolf Hay. HAY has a strong commitment to design and making good design accessible to everyone, together with IKEA they are bringing their high end designer...

Venice…Vienna…California

Designed by Marmol Radziner for a family, the Vienna Way Residence is located in Venice, California. Floor to ceiling glazing connect outdoor living spaces seamlessly integrating the home with the California native landscape. Two main volumes, anchored close to the boundaries of the property, divide the lot into thirds, bridged by a sunken kitchen in the center. The pool in the center of the outdoor courtyard...

Parisian cultures and traditions

In the Parisian suburb of Place Saint Georges between the 8th and 18th arrondissement is the home of Luis Laplace. Part showroom and part experiment – as most designer’s homes are – this late 19th Century apartment came with plenty of historical detail. The ornate interior has been masculinised through an impressively on point selection of furnishings, lighting...

Marco Sousa inspired by sound…

Born in Oporto, Portugal, Marco Sousa traveled around the World. These experiences gave him an international background and the skills to create a collection which is inspired by the different sounds that arise in the world. Marco believes, The richness of the World is based on the variety of cultures, art and traditions. Music is an art form...

3 DOTS

Exhibiting in Milan this year is 3 DOTS collective describes themselves as an evolving group of creative travelers. A design collective, born out of the dream of three ready and willing makers, to create design. Their multi-disciplinary approach brings together experts in architecture, product, and conceptual design.

POT PURRI featured below is is a collection of small, modular...

minimalistic LUXE

Eating objects was a design exploration of food for molecular gastronomy and dining experiences. Using food as a material Design Goat studio created a series of food 'products' that would be used by the diner in a restaurant. Inspired by using the processes and techniques of molecular gastronomy to form the food in new ways controlling different tastes, colours and textures. The "tools" allow the...

Being unique

B Seated Global work alongside hospitality owners, interior designers and architects to create their own unique items without the price tag. They say, " Don’t be afraid of the cost because customized doesn’t automatically mean expensive". Below is a glimpse of the quality product produced via interior designers and architects. I know what your thinking .... more possibilities just...

Carlo Colombo + Flexform

Carlo Colombo celebrates his first collaboration with luxury brand Flexform. Colombo was born in 1967 at Carimate. In 1993 he graduated in Architecture from the Milan Polytechnic, but by 1991 he had already made contact with Giulio Cappellini, for whom he designed his first piece in 1992: the Kyoto bed, presented at the Salone del Mobile in Milan the same year. From this time on Colombo’s...