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Recycled Rubber: Refined Accessories by Slash Objects

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This is why we’d like to share the refined recycled rubber accessories by Slash Objects: 1// In a nutshell: Recycled rubber is the key element of the poetics of Slash Objects, an investigation of material and form by multidisciplinary design firm Slash Projects. Since its launch in 2016, Arielle Assouline-Lichten, Slash Projects’ founder, has been working with the industrial material creating home objects …

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It’s Trending: The ribbed surface

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The ribbed surface is the latest (micro-micro) trend in interior design, set to mark a higher dynamic appearance. It is, so to speak, an extension of the Tactility Trend and Circle Trend. We have been noticing for a while now how ribbed surfaces are carving themselves a space back into the interior design scene. May they be textured ceramic wall covering, …

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The soft atmosphere of Faye Toogood’s renovation project

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This is why we’d like to share Faye Toogood’s renovation project: 1// In a nutshell: Faye Toogood’s work is a continuous source of inspiration since she left The World of Interiors magazine in 2007 and opened her London-based studio where she has been working on design, interiors and sculptures. Her approach is honest, deeply rooted in the process of craftsmanship and based …

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Teal – The Must-Watch Color for 2019

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The darker hue Teal and must-watch color for 2019 comes back around every ten years and is often combined with brown shades, since these two are split complementary on the color wheel and harmonise thanks to the balance of warm and cool color temperature. The name comes from that of the duck—the common teal (Anas crecca)—which presents a similarly colored stripe …

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Rubbish waste used as a conceptual visualization

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This is why we want to share Diederik Schneemann and Aldwin van Krimpen’s conceptual visualization about waste presented during this year Milan Design Week: 1// In a nutshell:  Waste has never been so appetizing as in this conceptual visualization by designer Diederik Schneemann and photographer Aldwin van Krimpen. The work, presented at this year Fuorisalone in Milan, is called Rubdish- a fusion of rubbish and dish- and represents Schneemann and …

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Playful tiles design by Cristina Celestino x Fornace Brioni

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We have been in love with Cristina Celestino’s work since we first spotted her at the Salone del Mobile in 2016. Her work has always such a great visual impact, undoubtedly for the Italian designer’s ability of merging together past and present in a vivid color language. Today we want to focus on Giardino delle delizie, on the playful tiles design by …

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