Urban Jungle Trend the Italian Way

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You all know by now how much I love Italian Design. This is with no doubt one of the most beautiful editorial shots I have ever seen. And it is no surprise that the photographer behind this production has been none other than Lorenzo Pennati. Let's call this shot the Urban Jungle Trend the Italian Way. Styling: Cristina Nava | Photography:  Lorenzo …

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Micro Trend: A New Geometrical Language

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Multiple designers are exploring new expressions of archetypal, geometric forms marked by a contemporary blend of the simple shapes and sometimes luxury finishings. A New Geometrical Language in small scale objects has emerged in the interior design world. I have written a new trend post for Norwegian company BOEN which I'd like to share with you today. The interesting part to …

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Tokyo Tribal Collection

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You rarely see me posting products only on this blog with the exception of my Ceramicist of the month column. But I really love this collection and its story behind. For me it belongs much more to the Arts&Crafts than Interior Design category. It is a furniture collection but fusing manufacturing and craftsmanship, and I believe the hand-woven bamboo elements …

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Sara N. Bergmann’s atelier

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  I am pretty sure you all know Love Warriors. Sara N Bergman is an illustrator and the creative brain behind the creative agency famous for their lace perforated buffalo horn. One day when wanting to put larger windows that would separate the studio from her shop, she searched for paned windows and the actual studio popped up. Upon visiting, she heard …

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The very unique home of architect Eduard Neuenschwander

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I and not heard about Eduard Neuenschwander before finding these images but it seems he belongs to one of the most important exponents of the modernist era in Switzerland.  Born in Zurich in 1924, his work is part landscaping and part architecture but also integrates other disciplines such as archaeology in his work. Following his architectural studies in 1950 in Zurich, Neuenschwander …

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Maruzio Zucchi’s urban jungle home

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There is this second image that has been spinning on Pinterest for quite a while and though I loved it I hadn't thought of the idea to see if I could find anything else from the home and the owner. Until the other day a second pic of this mad urban cacti jungle would pop up. This is the green home …

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