5 Top Installations Milan Design Week 2019

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This is post is already a classic here on Eclectic Trends because you do not travel to the Milan Design Week to see the latest in furniture and design trends but get all excited about the 5 Top Installations the city has to offer, often placed in courtyards and palazzos open on that occasion only. This year I will highlight 5 …

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The multifunctional Ideas lab by Shangai-based X+Living

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Today, we want to introduce to the multifunctional Powerlong Ideas lab designed by Shangai-based X+Living office. This project, that includes a commercial space, as well as research areas and offices for the Powerlong group, wants to encapsulate the 21st Industrial Revolution. With the advent and popularity of computers, the invisible Information Age deduced and changed the humanity and commercial mode of this …

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The bold custom terrazzo floor by Do Architects

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This is why we’d like to share the bold custom terrazzo floor designed  by Do Architects for this apartment in Lithuania: 1// In a nutshell: Thanks to a bold custom floor design, Lithuania-based DO Architects managed to transform an average urban apartment into one of the latest and probably most striking examples of a terrazzo trend that seems just doesn’t want to come to an end. 2// …

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Brutalism inspired store for Haight in Rio de Janeiro

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Sometimes facing challenges can lead to real opportunities, and eventually a signature style is born. Brazilian architecture firm MNMA was commissioned to design a 80m2 outlet which we consider Brutalism inspired for fashion brand Haight in Rio de Janeiro. I am writing this post coming back from a two-days Trend Lecture I have giving in France, and Brutalism used as a …

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The Franco-Japanese EN cosmetic boutique by Archiee

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The Franco-Japanese brand EN has opened its first physical store in Paris. EN cosmetic boutique is designed by Archiee, a Paris-based creative studio founded by Yusuke Kinoshita and Daisuke Sekine. The Japanese phoneme “en”, chosen as the name of the brand, holds several meanings in Japanese. In fact, not only it means “Beauty” but also “Circle” and “Connection”. It is this …

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Pastel-hued fantasia of Neobio Family Park by X+Living

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Chinese retails are undoubtedly the most striking and status quo challenging spaces within the industry today. The Neobio Family Park, designed by X+Living, is located in Hangzhou, one of the trendiest and most popular shopping and leisure areas in the Binjiang District. And speaking trends, there are many projects on the market now where playfulness is the key issue behind the initial and final process as a trigger for adults, children, parents and children specifically, …

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