The sophisticated and sensual furniture by Dooq

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This is why we want you to introduce to the sophisticated furniture series by Portuguese brand Dooq: 1//In a nutshell: Dooq has as main focus to celebrate the luxury of living. “Playing games” is their recent collection and includes a small yet very sophisitctated coffee table and a side one. Both elements are made out of a balanced game of marbles and brass to create …

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An ode to tactility: the RYU Restaurant in Montreal

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Montréal-based studio Ménard Dworkin Architecture & design has completed RYU Restaurant, a Japanese eatery that is all about tactile experience. Located in the upscale Westmount neighborhood, the sushi bar design combines the attention to craftsmanship and materiality that is at the core of the studio. RYU Restaurant blends the most contemporary style with Japanese sensibility, creating a space defined by carefully crafted pieces made of natural …

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Day 4+5: Highlights Milan Design Week 2018

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These are the projects that stand out the most for me which talk about flexibility (1+2) and tactility, two ongoing themes that will stay for us a while: 1// BUILT BY ALL BY STUDIOMAMA X MINI LIVING   Studiomama has been transforming for MINI LIVING an industrial space into a dynamic dwelling for a community to enjoy.Each unique living is equipped with a totem …

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Imprint of Skin by Floor van Doremalen

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I discovered Floor van Doremalen's work earlier in April at the Off-Salone in Milan. Since then we have been doing a bit of research learning about many interesting concepts around the Skin Textiles theme. Actually, in case you haven't seen it yet, there is an entire Trend Post for 2017 covering this topic. Wellbeing is one one most used words on a …

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6 examples of the Tactility Trend – Milan Design Week

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We have been talking a lot over here on the Tactility Trend giving you several examples in former posts. In fact, it's the concept I explain most when working with corporate clients who want to develop new collections. As Li Edelkoort puts it: "Super technology asks for super tactility." Today we'd like to show you one group exhibition by students from VIAs furniture …

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Innovative Textiles by Bori Kovács

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Bori Kovács is a product and conceptual designer from Budapest, Hungary, currently based in London. The need for haptic inexperience is an ongoing trend and end consumer crave for tactility. The spaces we inhabit invite to be full of tactility with the latest developments in the Interior Design field. © LISA KLAPPE Photography This innovative textiles project Please Do Touch is focused on the essence of textural …

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