Objects of desire: Designer chairs
Few objects tell the history of modern design as eloquently as the chair. Aesthetics trends, the emergence of new technologies, ergonomics, social and cultural developments are all reflected in the evolution of chair design. The chair is of extreme antiquity … Continue reading
French minimalism: École Architects project Flat F.M.
The architectural studio École led by Nicolas Simon & Max Turnheim Area: 95 m2 Address: Rue François Miron, Paris IVe Project Team: École The term ‘minimalism’ is a trend from early 19th century and gradually became an important movement in … Continue reading
Atlas Concorde: Made in Italy as the symbol of quality and style
Atlas Concorde is a benchmark player in the entire ceramic tile industry and one of the most important and solid companies worldwide. Its mission is to provide interior designers, architects and the most demanding customers with ceramic solutions suitable for … Continue reading
Amberth selection of antique fireplace grates and chimney pieces
French cast iron fireplace grate An antique French cast iron fireplace grate very finely detailed, 19th century. An early Victorian statuary white marble chimney piece. The stepped rectangular shelf over plain frieze and endblocks, raised on plain jambs with ogee … Continue reading
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Interview: David Carter
David Carter is a London-based interior designer. What you get with Carter is a passionate exponent of a grand design. Never bland or predictable, his work is driven by strong ideas and a conviction that a successful interior should reach … Continue reading
Zaha Hadid Architects: Hotel Puerta America
A new language of domestic architecture; a new dialogue between the complex, continuous nature of merging forms and textures. A dynamic project to design the 30-room floor of a hotel, driven by new developments in digital design and enhanced manufacturing … Continue reading