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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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Guadagnino’s new interior design for Aesop in Rome

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Acclaimed Italian director Luca Guadagnino has recently created a new store for Aesop in Rome, inspired by the city’s ancient and more modern heritage. It was during a trip to Los Angeles earlier this year that the mutual appreciation between the two men blossomed into this collaboration. The result was the Australian brand first store in Rome. Aesop, well-known for its luxury sustainable products, …

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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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Plastic stone tiles by Enis Akiev to reimagine waste

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Enis Akiev has recently showed her project "Plastic Stone Tiles – The Nature of Waste" during the Dutch Design Week, that this year concentrates how designers can shape a positive future for the world. In line with the international event, Akiev focuses on the design of the future by re-imagining our relation to waste. With "Plastic Stone Tiles – The Nature of …

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The unique Giancarlo Valle x Viso capsule collection

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This is why we’d like to share Giancarlo Valle x Viso’s recent collaboration: 1// In a nutshell: NY-based Studio Giancarlo Valle has joined with Viso Project to create a very appealing furniture capsule collection presented at Sight Unseen OFFSITE earlier this year in New York. Valle’s Smile Seats and divider screens have been upholstered with Viso jacquard-loom fabric to create unique pieces  that say …

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5 Heimtextil Trends 2019/20 To Watch

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The much expected 5 Heimtextil Trends for 2019/2020 have recently been published. With “Toward Utopia”, the global renown textile fair Heimtextil is setting the course for the new trend season that was presented in September by the brilliant London-based studio FranklinTill (we are big fans over here). In addition to the British trend team, trend researchers from the Stijlinstituut Amsterdam and  SPOTT Trends & …

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