A Glass Act: Fabbian's Architectural Adventure

A Glass Act: Fabbian's Architectural Adventure

To celebrate the launch of its innovative new glass product Laminis, Fabbian was inspired to photograph it within the subterranean stone quarry of Cava Acque in the Berici Hills near Grancona, in the province of Vicenza. This wasn’t some capricious idea. The legendary quarry is traditionally favoured by contemporary architects from Frank Gehry to Ricardo Bofill, and since Laminis was conceived for use in architectural projects, this setting felt entirely appropriate. Read
Gloriously Glossy: The Versatile Tile Adorns the Coolest Interiors

Gloriously Glossy: The Versatile Tile Adorns the Coolest Interiors

Given the huge vogue for cladding buildings in ceramic tiles, we shouldn’t be surprised to hear that they are now fast infiltrating interiors too. It’s not hard to see why. People find glazed ceramic tiles appealing because of their seductive qualities – their lusciously lustrous surfaces and, if patterned, their potential for being stunningly decorative.
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Twenties, Sixties, Now  – Ideen und Impulse der Brüder Rasch

Twenties, Sixties, Now – Ideen und Impulse der Brüder Rasch

Ab dem 25. Oktober wird im Museum Marta Herford die Ausstellung »Die Brüder Rasch und ihre Im­pulse für die moderne Architektur« zu sehen sein, an deren Vorbereitung ich mit einem ungeheuer engagierten Team unter Roland Nachtigäller, dem künstlerischem Direktor des Marta, über die letzten zwei Jahre mitgearbeitet habe.
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The CHANGE Table System by VARIO: As Soloist or Team Player, Always an Excellent Performer

The CHANGE Table System by VARIO: As Soloist or Team Player, Always an Excellent Performer

CHANGE represents a new generation of adjustable-height office desks and conference tables whose development has emphasized exemplary functionality, versatility and, most notably, a focus on design.
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The Fabrics of Moroso:Textile Completes Italian Craftsmanship

The Fabrics of Moroso:Textile Completes Italian Craftsmanship

Given that Patrizia Moroso has a history of mingling with artists and cartoonists, it’s not surprising that the objects produced by the brand founded by her father, Agostino are visually compelling. Thanks to the art director’s eye for organic shapes and her feel for materials the Italian company rose to the main stage in the 1980s and has been a powerhouse ever since.
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