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  • Tone and colour genius – Diarama Tiles

    Born in the Netherlands but based in Berlin, Hella Jongerius is well known for her never-ending colour and material research where she combines the traditional with the contemporary in order to create products with individual character by including craft elements in the industrial production process. Always innovating and keeping busy she acts as Art Director for Vitra and Design Director...
  • United family compound – Brazil

    The aim of the FL House, was to exploit the front of the lot overlooking the orange tree grove and the back, with the dense native Atlantic Forest reserve landscape of Bragança Paulista, Brazil. What appears to be one house is actually two set out like more like a family compound. The two clients were close relatives and shared common...
  • Embedded into the natural environment

    The house designed by P+0 Architecture was intended to take full advantage of the views and respecting almost all the existing trees. The basis of the outline are two levels located at different heights, so that each one works as an independent piece opened towards the vegetation and landscape. The remaining construction areas, small and between the trees, led to...
  • The totally Black Cat – Mayfair

    The Lucky Cat restaurant, which almost exclusively features jet-black surfaces. Situated in the affluent neighbourhood of Mayfair London, is owned by British chef Gordon Ramsay and was designed by studio AfroditiKrassa to create a super moody interior. The studio tried to work with materials and colours that are subtle and classic, not too shouty. To achieve a shadowy aesthetic the...
  • Historical fusion – Mexico

    The project was born from the need to revive an old house located in the historic center of the city of Merida, Mexico. Casa Deco is one of the few houses in the historic center of Merida that are characterized by having the architectural style that bears its name; “medieval”. However, this style was not the original style of the...
  • ADesignStudio’s latest addition Crackle Lamps

    For ADesignStudio, the Greenway Crackle is a collection that references Sydney’s maritime architecture and Richard Kelly’s (one of the pioneers of architectural lighting design) principles of light while being shaped by experimentation with primitive glass processes. Until now, the range has included a series of pendant configurations. We are excited to share with you ADesignStudio’s latest additions to the Greenway...
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