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    Results: 14

    Spare space: new minimalist interiors

    Madeline Bouton

    17.10.2017

    In the age of information overload, minimalist interiors are more than a trend. They’re a means by which to restore mental awareness. Combining formal minimalism with warm material palettes, these newly renovated homes offer not only space for

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    Taking it to the next level: new residential towers

    Dominic Lutyens

    16.10.2017

    Architects demonstrate how high-rise can mean high-density, but not at the expense of contextual awareness or safety. 

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    Run to the Hills!: new cabin architecture

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    20.01.2017

    Trying to square your new year’s resolution to get out more with a desire to get away from it all? Your cabin waits…

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    Sweet and Lowdown: Flexform's timeless Groundpiece sofa

    Brand story

    Bethan Ryder

    18.09.2016

    One of dozens of collaborations between Italian brand FLEXFORM and Milan-based architectural grandee Antonio Citterio, the Groundform sofa celebrates 15 years of low-slung, informal relaxation.

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    Coasting It: beach-house architecture

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    22.08.2016

    When it comes to building types for aspirational living, nothing quite trumps the beach house. The architectural surf’s up!

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    Kitchen Stories

    Brand story

    Dominic Lutyens

    18.05.2016

    Recent years have seen the kitchen become the non plus ultra of socialising spaces within the domestic sphere. Such a development is in no small part thanks to premium manufacturer ARCLINEA, which delivers kitchen environments that make you linger

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    Steamy Windows

    Brand story

    Ulrich Büttner

    25.04.2016

    V-ZUG, the Swiss market leader in household appliances, has spent the last 100 years turning the marriage of precision, longevity and innovative technology with elegant forms and surfaces into a veritable artform. Swiss understatement at its best.

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    German engineering meets American design

    Brand story

    Katharina Sommer

    19.04.2016

    RICHARD NEUTRA made his name as an architect of modern Californian homes, yet is relatively unknown as a designer of furniture. His furniture designs, which long lay dormant in the archives of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), are

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    The Revenant

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    30.03.2016

    Hear the name RICHARD NEUTRA and you’d be forgiven for thinking first and foremost of the legendary Austrian-American architect’s sun-kissed Californian villas. But, as premium German furniture manufacturer VS highlights through a unique staging,

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    The Living Kitchen

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    16.02.2016

    When premium kitchen brand FRANKE KITCHEN SYSTEMS decided to develop Frames by Franke, the market’s first-ever total product line, they didn’t skimp on quality or performance. Things are definitely cooking.

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    Bathrooms as art

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    Anderson-Frank Lachlan

    25.01.2016

    In Italy, the design of a bathroom and its fixtures is an art. But the luxury Italian sanitaryware producer CERAMICA FLAMINIA combines both design and performance, working with many of the world’s greatest creative talents including Nendo, Jasper

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    Gimme Shelter

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    26.09.2015

    Conflict, natural disasters, endemic housing shortages. Architects and designers around the globe respond to humanitarian and social crises with a range of smart, prefabricated solutions.

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    Less is More: bigging up micro-architecture

    Dominic Lutyens

    14.06.2015

    Sustainability, cost-efficiency and space are just some of the factors driving an international renaissance in pocket-sized architecture that’s big on expression and style.

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    Wild and wet: the new bathrooms getting in touch with nature

    Dominic Lutyens

    24.03.2015

    It’s a long time since bathrooms were regarded as purely functionalist, private spaces for performing perfunctory, daily ablutions. For the past 20 years or so, they’ve been elevated to a potentially communal space people choose to linger in.

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