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Camilla Rosén’s C/RO In and Outdoor furniture collection

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The story behind C/RO, Camilla Rosén's new indoor and outdoor furniture collection, started with the idea to offer a more simple lifestyle, being surrounded only with the most necessary items, living in line with nature and having more time to enjoy life.  Founded in 2016, in just a year Rosén has risen among the new stars of Scandinavian design. With over 13 years …

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Daring color-blocked interiors by Appareil Architecture

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This is why we’d like to share the daring color-blocked interiors of Pastel Rita Café by Appareil Architecture.  1// In a nutshell: Pastel Rita is a new café in the creative Mile-End neighborhood in Montreal, designed by Appareil Architecture, that combines the hospitality space with a boutique-shop and an artist workshop in a daring color-blocked design. However, Gabriel Malenfant and Veronique Orban de …

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A colorful and sustainable material by Fernando Laposse

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Mexican designer Fernando Laposse has recently developed a naturally colorful material made with native Mexican corn husks, called "Totomoxtle". Moved by the conviction of creating materials and objects for a new generation of conscious users, Fernando Laposse has been working on various projects focused on sustainable design since he graduated Central Saint Martins in 2012, including a glassware made from 100% roti-moulded melted sugar or …

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The vibrant metallic rugs by Alex Proba for Roll & Hill

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 This is why we’d like to share the vibrant metallic rugs by Alex Proba: 1// In a nutshell: Designer Alex Proba has recently designed a series of vibrant metallic rugs for Roll & Hill’s  showroom called ’Luster’. In this collection, Proba, famous for her choice of bold color palette combined to very graphic compositions, moves towards more soften tones representing a break from the Studio usual …

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Rebecca Louise Law’s suspended dried flowers installation

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Rebecca Louise Law has designed and created a suspended installation composed by dried and fresh plant materials suspended from the ceiling of Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. ‘Community’ is an inverted garden designed to be an inviting, enchanting celebration of nature and the connection humanity has to it. At the same time, her work honors the local community. The artwork title, …

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Mediterranean vibes in Sarah Ellison’s new tiles collection

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This is why we’d like to share Sarah Ellison’s cement tiles collection: 1// In a nutshell: Sarah Ellison's new tiles collection for Teranova was inspired by the Australian interior stylist's travels to the Mediterranean and other coastal locations. The result are these encaustic cement tiles of strong graphic look that can suit the atmosphere of Australian homes. After working quite a few years for one of …

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