Total look in green blue marble at Céline Miami

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Swiss design practice Valerio Oligiati has been responsible for Céline's flagship store in Miami and its total look in green blue marble. The concept is divided in two storeys, with a second floor displaying shoes and ready-to-wear items and street level serving as an exhibition space true to the retail trend of non-standard corporate designs and experimentation and changing retail …

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It’s Trending: 10 Examples of The Terrazzo Style

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We already introduced the poetic mix and match of different marbles and other stones like quartz on a large-scale and here . Observed since beginning of this year, confirmed at the Salone del Mobile, today we would love to show you how Terrazzo made a successful entry into all kinds of interior disciplines, from table tops to being a lamp foundation. Terrazzo …

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Lost Marbles by Martina Maffini

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We are back from the Salone del Mobile working through the hundreds of images and still analyzing what we spotted during last week. I will explain you soon the kind of report we are working on, since this year the focus will be different to the 2016 review. Meanwhile, we'd like to introduce you today to Lost Marbles, a rather poetic …

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Marblebilia by Lucia Massari

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No doubt, the Marble Trend is still strong and I can't quite see to become it yet mainstream. At least, not in interior design. I guess the topic is too special and there is still quite some room for new colors to come up from markets such as Brazil. Or watch out for the Port Laurent marble coming from quarries …

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When Interior Design Meets Fashion: The Marble Trend

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I have been writing a trend article for a dear client I'd like to share with you today. When Interior Meets Fashion is a series where I'd like to combine interior design and fashion to see how a certain trend has been adapted to these two disciplines. Catwalks many times advance trends and other creative areas join in later and do translate the given information. This …

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