at imm cologne 2017, walter knoll and austrian design studio EOOS display unique elegance with the ‘tama living’ sofa and ‘oki’ table.Read more
a palette of colours and materials were chosen by monica förster to reflect those of the former cinema.
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the property hovers above the steep terrain, minimizing the need for foundations and maintaining yard space for natural vegetation. The post cantilevered dwelling by anonymous architects exists amid the trees in los angeles appeared first on designboo...Read more
the design duo nipa doshi and joshua levien discuss with furniture company kettal about their cala club chair collection and hybrid working vision. The post interview with doshi levien about their kettal cala chair, style + vision appeared first…Read more
Trees, those leafy Earth Day symbols of environmentalism, already clean up the air and guard against soil erosion. Turns out, they also help cities cut down on both money and emissions by simply providing shade and blocking…Read more
the sofa can be arranged to form multiple arrangements, allowing the user to create a format suited to their preferred living requirements.
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No longer reserved for industrial or ultracontemporary homes and additions, concrete is seducing more of us by the day and convincing us to put this hard-working material to use inside and outside the home. Kitchens have been showing off concrete…Read more
This place is pretty amazing. It’s also the 1940s Rudolph Schindler-designed Kallis-Sharlin Residence in Hollywood Hills West, Los Angeles, California, USA. Well, most of it is anyway. That’s because two architects have also left their mark on it over subsequent…Read more
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A contest inviting designers, policy-makers and developers to imagine climate change solutions for the San Francisco area will open for submissions in April, the Rockefeller Foundation announced Monday.