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Let’s split up: multi-structure hotel experiences

James Wormald

08.04.2024

By separating function from facility, these four nature tourism experiences with detached structures encourage vacationers to get out of their hotel rooms and see the sites.

No bath-room: dismantling bath functionality myths

Valentina Diaz

18.03.2024

No longer confined to a closed, isolated and dimly lit area, these bathrooms are integrated into the broader domestic space. Featuring Nastia Mirzoyan, PuntoFilipino, Mesura and Balzar Arquitectos

Top ten: curated bathrooms with wood surfaces

James Wormald

18.03.2024

These carefully crafted bathrooms, restrooms, powder rooms and en-suites employ the natural colour and texture of wood to fill the facilities with warmth.

Top Ten: curated projects that consider their ecological ...

Valentina Diaz

04.03.2024

These specially selected cultural, residential and hospitality projects completed in 2023 minimise their harmful impact by taking responsibility at different stages of the building process.

Sustainable bamboo installations that aren’t built to last

James Wormald

04.03.2024

These temporary pavilions, installations and public spaces use the speed, strength and structural capacity of bamboo to ensure they’re here for a good time, not a long time.

Making architecture work: offices with structural shells

Valentina Diaz

19.02.2024

These four office designs use pre-existing buildings as formgiving architectural cocoons. Featuring Leopold Banchini Architects, Fontego Architettura, HUMANSCAPE and Klaarchitectuur.

Top ten: curated offices with light-giving atriums

James Wormald

19.02.2024

These specially selected office spaces bring employees together across expansive workplaces, aiding communication, collaboration and mental health.

Cosentino's long-living, ultra-compacted surfaces

Brand story

Emma Moore

06.02.2024

Whatever the project, whether inside or out, Spanish surface specialist Cosentino's versatile Dekton surfaces are guaranteed to keep working hard for 25 years.

Cosentino's creative finishes are a playground for ...

Brand story

Emma Moore

06.02.2024

From Missouri to Madrid, Cosentino's high-quality sustainable surfaces offer architects a wide diversity of creative and functional choices, enabling their elaborate visions to spring into reality.

Cosentino: a fantastical facade for Tel Aviv’s Toha Tower

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Emma Moore

06.02.2024

Ron Arad's sculpturally spectacular Toha Tower was made possible by Cosentino's innovative ultra-compact Dekton stone, which was utilised to dramatic effect on the Tel Aviv project.

How to maximise facades in wall-to-wall architecture

Valentina Diaz

05.02.2024

Even within tighter than usual confines, these structures prove that a building situated between two existing ones doesn't have to result in an unremarkable design. Featuring Ahmed Hossman Saafan, Notan Office, Pepe Ramirez and Iterare Arquitectura.

Inter-species residences: houses for plants, animals and ...

Valentina Diaz

22.01.2024

By considering the spatial needs of their co-habitants, these projects create a purposeful architectural environment to elevate their domestic experience. Featuring Nendo, Estudio Guto Requena, EKAR and Hiroyasu Imai.

Time for character: PerfectSense® Omnipore Matt by EGGER

Brand story

EGGER

15.01.2024

TM12 PerfectSense® Omnipore Matt – part of EGGER's Decorative Collection 24+ available from February – is a textured new surface with a natural and exquisite appearance, enabling more colour depth with its reduced reflection thanks to a matt

Four restaurant interiors that serve up texture

Claire Brodka

05.01.2024

When it comes to flavour, these projects from Europe and the United States don't just stick to the menu. Instead, a clever blend of materials transforms them into experiential spaces that entice patrons to linger a little longer.

End of Year Team Picks: the architecture and design stories ...

James Wormald

21.12.2023

In this special edition of Team Picks, we showcase the must-see projects and articles you may have missed in 2023. Featuring projects that de-urbanise the city, a treetop walk that urbanises nature and a therapeutic chair to sit back and enjoy it

Architonic stories of the year 2023: Products

James Wormald

13.12.2023

A retrospective collation of the most popular product-referencing stories from Architonic’s magazine section. Featuring doorways, coffee tables, electric alternatives, terrazzo and cork.

Architonic stories of the year 2023: Projects

James Wormald

12.12.2023

These most popular project-referencing stories from Architonic’s magazine feature micro-offices, playful bathrooms and nature-set spas as well as examples of how to successfully create facade-inspired surfaces and timeless interiors.

Quiet please: worldwide libraries that speak up for their ...

Brand story

James Wormald

11.12.2023

These libraries-turned-community centres quietly go about their business, revitalising community action from East to West. Featuring Schwartz/Silver Architects, Yemail Arquitectura, 3andwich Design / He Wei Studio and KOKUYO

Architonic projects of the year 2023: Commercial

James Wormald

07.12.2023

Our annual review of the most popular commercial buildings and spaces in Architonic’s project database. Featuring weStudio, EFFEKT, Aaksen Responsible Aarchitecture, KAAN Architecten and Studiolada Architectes.

Architonic projects of the year 2023: Residential

James Wormald

05.12.2023

Our annual review of the most popular new living spaces in Architonic’s project database. Featuring Child Studio, Plus One Architects, Luke Moloney Architecture, Objektor Architekti and AKZ Architectura.

Team Picks: the architecture and design stories we loved in ...

Architonic

29.11.2023

In this monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in November: private and public spaces for the senses, a reimagined architecture archetype and an exclusive

How to design a hardworking kitchen island

James Wormald

28.11.2023

Levelling up storage, counter space and social interaction in the open-plan, the multi-functional kitchen island performs many roles in the modern home.

New homes in Brazil that encourage indoor-outdoor living

Brand story

Claire Brodka

27.11.2023

These four contemporary residential projects usher their residents outside with strategic open floor plans, attractive exterior spaces and plenty of greenery.

Rethinking brick at Dutch Design Week 2023

Claire Brodka

24.11.2023

Material innovation has become well established as a guiding principle of contemporary design. But in Eindhoven, one tried-and-tested building element in particular received not one, but multiple original modernisations.

Reflective surfaces in retail spaces

Peter Smisek

22.11.2023

Tasked with creating experiential retail spaces that attract and engage potential customers, interior designers and architects today have a range of tools at their disposal. Not least among them, shiny ones…

Think pink: a brief history of the trending designer colour

James Wormald

20.11.2023

More than just bubblegum and Barbiecore, the rise of pink as a serious colour for designer interiors and surfaces has been on the (swatch) cards for years. These example projects and products explain.

How to maximise residential space with built-in structures

Claire Brodka

16.11.2023

Space-saving heroes of the interior universe, built-ins epitomise the fusion of practicality and style. But what are some of the ways to integrate them into residential projects? These examples boost storage while keeping an eye on aesthetic

How to apply glass in interiors with these five types of ...

James Wormald

09.11.2023

With sustainable materials and joyful colour palettes, this curated selection of artistically formed glass products and the unique interiors they serve is exactly what designers are looking for.

All under control: fittings from Villeroy & Boch

Brand story

Markus Hieke

09.11.2023

In its anniversary year of 2023, Villeroy & Boch is rounding off its holistic range of bathroom products with a new product segment…

A sneak peek at EGGER's new rolling Decorative ...

Brand story

EGGER

07.11.2023

Keeping up-to-date with the latest trends, wood-based panel expert EGGER's rolling Decorative Collection 24+, available from February 2024, includes new additions to the brand's synchronised pore surfaces range such as ST40 Feelwood Oakgrain. Learn

Five glass-wrapped homes living life on the (water’s) edge

James Wormald

06.11.2023

These water-adjacent homes of varying size use different architectural techniques to flood their interiors with the calming sights and sounds of lake and sea.

Team Picks: the architecture and design stories we loved in ...

Architonic

31.10.2023

In this monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in October: architecture that reinvents itself, the future of materials and spaces to cosy up in during the

Newly completed market halls that revitalise their urban ...

Claire Brodka

30.10.2023

By bridging not only commercial and cultural functions, but past and present, these four projects from different corners of the world prove that market halls have lost none of their ancient appeal. Featuring: Studio Metamorphosis, RootStudio,

Sauna escapes that warm up users with natural wellness

James Wormald

24.10.2023

These four saunas combine natural locations and thermo-climatic architecture to lower stress levels by raising body temperature, all as part of a rounded wellness regime.

Editor's Letter – October 2023

Simon Keane-Cowell

23.10.2023

Leaves aren't the only things changing. October was packed with industry gatherings to discuss new ways to tackle our shared future – while we proudly launched our new DAAily insights tool, which will help fuel yours.

Manufacturers draw back the curtain at Dutch Design Week ...

Claire Brodka

17.10.2023

At this year's fair, six Dutch furniture makers will band together for the first time in an exclusive exhibition that showcases sustainability dilemmas and invites dialogue. We get a sneak peek at what's to come.

Six evergreen design elements that define contemporary ...

Claire Brodka

13.10.2023

Adaptability and timelessness are key factors in contemporary interior design. From floor-to-ceiling glass to statement lighting, we take a look at six of the style's defining elements.

Floral wallpaper prints fresh from the market

James Wormald

04.10.2023

Whether used to cover feature walls, contrast walls or whole rooms, these floral wallpaper prints bring spaces to life with strong colour and texture palettes for natural, atmospheric designs.

Team Picks: the architecture and design stories we loved in ...

Architonic

29.09.2023

In this monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in September: organic shapes, interiors that reflect their surroundings and playful public spaces.

Editor's Letter – September 2023

Simon Keane-Cowell

28.09.2023

We're all in this together. Architonic's autumn kicks off with circularity and community.

Singulart: shaking up the online world of art and design

Brand story

Nick Compton

20.09.2023

Paris-based Singulart optimises the online art landscape for artists, dealers and collectors alike, and is now doing the same for an even broader range of design professionals and their clients.

'My Kartell': A collection dedicated to the search ...

Kartell

20.09.2023

From furniture protagonists such as armchairs, tables and chairs to accessories such as lamps, rugs and vases... Kartell's latest collection brings together the most prestigious designers to add beauty and high quality to the day-to-day spaces.

Interior surfaces inspired by their exterior facades

James Wormald

18.09.2023

Continuing the merger of outdoor and indoor space in contemporary interiors, these projects match surfaces and materials inside and out, taking the lead from their own facades and further afield.

Newly opened hotel interiors that reflect their environment

Claire Brodka

08.09.2023

Bringing the outside in isn't just one of the most prominent interior trends of the last century. For these newly opened hospitality projects, it's a way to root themselves in their local surroundings and offer guests a truly authentic stay.

Ten coffee tables to elevate any living room

Claire Brodka

30.08.2023

Coffee tables are some of the most versatile furniture pieces in the home, changing from display cabinets to impromptu dinner tables in a matter of minutes. We take a look at different highlights from our Architonic catalogue.

How to use vertical farming for sustainable living

James Wormald

28.08.2023

By applying the agricultural practice of vertical farming to design, architects can take advantage of the natural world, to improve our most urban environments.

Industrial designs on contemporary facades

Peter Smisek

11.08.2023

Even ordinarily plain buildings can benefit from modern manufacturing techniques and technologies which enable the creation of more intricate, unique and characterful facades.

Editors' Pick: the architecture and design stories we ...

Architonic

28.07.2023

In this new monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in July: adaptive reuse, wooden warmth (in more ways than one) and lots of colour.

The functional beauty in TwelveConcept’s high-traffic ...

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

26.07.2023

Good design is both practical and visually appealing, yet achieving that optimum balance is not always easy. TwelveConcept’s elegant, customisable flooring rises to the challenge, combining high-quality materials with meticulous craftsmanship...

Doors vs. alternatives: what's the best way to enter a ...

James Wormald

26.07.2023

Doors have been the preferred method of moving around separated interiors for a long time, but are they still the best? Boasting more functionality and style, there are many other ways to enter a room.

14 ways to maximise visual interest on a blank wall

James Wormald

19.07.2023

Walls can often feel like they’re just in the way, blocking the freedom of the open plan. But these vertical canvases are far more useful than they seem. Here are all the decorative ways to fill them.

Cersaie turns 40 and redefines the concept of architectural ...

Cersaie

19.07.2023

Cersaie 2023, to be held in Bologna from 25 to 29 September, will further cement the show’s status as the most important international exhibition of trends and products in the world of ceramic tiles and bathroom furnishings and as a unique

Maximum design freedom at your feet

Brand story

Julia Hauch

18.07.2023

With its Signature collection of luxury vinyl tiles, British brand Amtico opens up new dimensions of colour, shape, texture and functionality for flooring design.

How to make the most of summer with a decked-out balcony

James Wormald

12.07.2023

With no private green space, it’s hard for high-rise apartments to achieve the wellness credentials we’ve come to expect in modern interiors. But a well-designed balcony can be all the garden you need.

No future for business as usual

Brand story

Sisse Bro

29.06.2023

In Copenhagen, World Capital of Architecture 2023, a visionary and experimental project has been created in the heart of the city, driven by Danish window manufacturer, VELUX.

What is terrazzo and where do you find it?

James Wormald

21.06.2023

Smooth like marble and durable like concrete, terrazzo’s crack-free surface and fully customisable pattern and colour options make it the sustainable material of the moment. Here’s how and where to use it.

When changes in flooring alter our spatial experience

James Wormald

19.06.2023

The floors we stand, walk and arrange furniture on are a constant presence. By contrasting colour, texture and material we can improve the comfort, navigation and usability of our most in-contact surface.

Buster + Punch celebrates ten years of solid metal craft

Brand story

Nick Compton

19.06.2023

UK home fashion brand Buster + Punch's unique metal-driven interior collections reflect the drive and passion of its founder – a custom motorcycle-loving architect… 

Hidden stories from Clerkenwell Design Week 2023

James Wormald

12.06.2023

The unheard tales from Clerkenwell’s cobbled streets represent the steep path of innovation in new materials, surfaces and technologies hitting the marketplace.

How to understand the baffling world of acoustic baffles

James Wormald

07.06.2023

Our cacophonous public spaces are teeming with harsh noises. By exchanging flat ceilings for acoustic hung or panelled baffles, we can soften sounds to stop them from coming back again, and again.

Stay flexible above and under the surface

Brand story

EGGER

06.06.2023

Wood-based material specialist EGGER produces durable laminates, near-limitless in shape, form and finish, and perfectly suited to the demanding criteria found in hospitality or retail markets. Watch the video to find out more…

For a special design language: natural-look laminates for ...

Brand story

Gerrit Terstiege

30.05.2023

Laminates show their real value in situations where there is increased demand in terms of both design and functionality, making them an ideal solution for surfaces that are exposed to high levels of stress...

Swatchbox offers design professionals free next-day ...

Architonic

26.05.2023

Collecting samples for a project can present a huge time loss for design professionals. To solve this, Swatchbox is out on a mission to help design professionals around the world, by offering a curated selection of interior and exterior samples from

Five ways to decorate charismatic bathrooms that wash you ...

James Wormald

17.05.2023

These sanitary spaces play it far from safe with broad strokes, confident splashes and bursting pops of bold colour, but come away feeling fresh and fabulous.

Outdoor kitchen designs for all tastes and budgets

Claire Brodka

05.05.2023

In time for al fresco dining season, these kitchens from around the globe offer design inspiration that will help make the most out of every meal during the long summer days to come.

A nuanced game: the PALMBERG Intelligence Series

Brand story

Markus Hieke

05.05.2023

Whether it is possible to work in a creative, concentrated and productive way in an office depends on a variety of factors. To kick off the Palmberg Intelligence Series – a three-part series presented by office furniture manufacturer Palmberg –

Ruckstuhl creates usable rug NFTs as digital product ...

Brand story

Ruckstuhl

28.04.2023

Using blockchain technology, Ruckstuhl’s Fellow project presents consumers with an NFT of their digital rug design to use as a production voucher, and to keep as a digital product diary. Watch the video to find out more…

A new player has entered the game: playful hospitality ...

James Wormald

24.04.2023

More than just the styled decor and quirky cocktail names of a themed bar, these games-loving bars, cafés and restaurants appeal to both drinkers and non-drinkers by asking them out to play.

How to create luxurious and tactile contemporary interiors ...

James Wormald

19.04.2023

Natural leather has a rich history in tradition and luxury, and is ever-present in both fashion and design. But with rising questions over the environmental impact of leather, what is its future?

Open call: when architecture uses open facades to make ...

James Wormald

17.04.2023

These multi-purpose, residential, retail and cultural buildings use open and approachable facades to stay on speaking terms with the neighbours.

Ultrafabrics: bringing the Pantone Color of the Year to life

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

17.04.2023

With its Pantone collaboration, premium producer of high-tech performance materials Ultrafabrics is helping the design industry to comfortably connect with the chromatic zeitgeist.

Bouncing off the walls: how interiors can benefit from ...

Claire Brodka

14.04.2023

We take a look at five different interior typologies to illustrate the effectiveness of clever lighting design in all kinds of spaces.

The history of Portugal’s long relationship with ceramics, ...

James Wormald

11.04.2023

With quality raw materials nearby, a temperate climate for creative freedom and decades of investment and innovation, Portuguese ceramics is world-renowned. This is its story, and its future.

13 examples of curved forms circling back into style

James Wormald

05.04.2023

While straight lines and sharp edges often emerge as contemporary alternatives, the curved form is one designers and architects consistently return to. These facade and furniture examples identify why.

Residential courtyards that invite nature inside through ...

Claire Brodka

31.03.2023

By employing glass doors, skylights and frameless windows, these four projects dissolve the boundary between indoor and outdoor spaces and allow the visual beauty of their courtyards to radiate throughout the home.

Sustainable luxury: Atlas Concorde x Hirsch Bedner ...

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

29.03.2023

Atlas Concorde is an expert in ceramic-tile solutions that are at once sustainable and luxurious. Architonic spoke with HBA partner Paula O’Callaghan about the hospitality-design firm's collaboration with the Italian brand on its Marvel Travertine

Changing with the times: Wall&decò's 2023 ...

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

27.03.2023

Italian wall-coverings brand Wall&decò's versatile new collection reflects design evolution and contemporary interior trends from right across the world.

Twiggy: a model of modularity from Minotti

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

08.03.2023

Named after the iconic British fashion star, Italian design brand Minotti's sculptural new modular family of seats, Twiggy, brings effortless elegance to a variety of contexts.

Put a cork in it: seven reasons to keep talking about cork

James Wormald

20.02.2023

Not just for keeping wine in its place, cork is a truly circular and sustainable material that could be a solution to help keep humanity afloat, too.

Made for infinity: NEOO by Object Carpet

Brand story

Markus Hieke

10.02.2023

Together with circular economy pioneer Niaga, Object Carpet has developed the world's first endless circular carpet – the first step into a circular future...

Spotlight on a new iteration of the Leggera chair

Brand story

Dominic Lutyens

09.02.2023

After finding inspiration in the world of high-speed car racing, Cassina has created an outdoor chair that is durable while losing none of its original charm.

Newcomers to Cassina’s outdoor furniture family

Brand story

Dominic Lutyens

09.02.2023

Cassina adds adapted modernist icons to its already substantial portfolio of contemporary pieces, marrying established comfort with sophisticated flair.

Six essential questions when choosing the right shower ...

James Wormald

08.02.2023

With a number of complementary components to combine, the shower enclosure is almost a room in itself. By asking these questions, shower designers can make sure everything fits together cleanly.

Climate consciousness

Harriet Thorpe

07.02.2023

As the first product in Steelcase's portfolio with certified carbon neutrality, the Steelcase Series 1 with CarbonNeutral® product certification underscores the manufacturer's goal of reducing 50% of its own absolute emissions by 2023. 

Eight creative material options for a kitchen backsplash

James Wormald

06.02.2023

With a huge range of creative materials, colours and application techniques to choose from, the kitchen’s backsplash is a perfect way to add a little more flavour.

Out in the open with Minotti's Outdoor Collection

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

02.02.2023

Iconic Italian brand Minotti is spreading its trademark elegance out into the fresh air.

MUSSELS: New BOMMA Lighting Collection

Bomma

17.01.2023

BOMMA, the Czech producer of design lighting, introduces the new MUSSELS Collection designed by Václav Mlynář, BOMMA Art Director. This new collection showcases elegance, variability and an organic aesthetic.

Curtain call: four flexible office spaces that use interior ...

James Wormald

11.01.2023

These office interiors use partitioning curtains of varying colour, texture and transparency to draw flexible workspaces together, and keep them apart.

Top architecture and design trends for 2023

James Wormald

09.01.2023

2022 was the year that life returned. Over the next 12 months, however, architects and designers will combine individuality and wellness with sustainability to create a ‘new and improved’ normal.

Architonic video interviews of the year 2022

Brand story

James Wormald

23.12.2022

Here are the five most popular video interviews from Architonic’s Global Design Agenda series this year. Diving into some of the top creative minds and living to tell the tale.

International VELUX Award 2022: Light of Tomorrow

Brand story

Emma Moore

16.12.2022

In early December, the global winners of the International VELUX Award 2022 were announced, a competition for architecture students that celebrates the innovative and creative use of daylight in a broad range of different projects.

Heimtextil 2023 has it all covered

Brand story

Julia Hauch

15.12.2022

Heimtextil in 2023 will not only continue its tradition as the sector's most important trend barometer, it's also going full circle. Under the 'Textiles Matter' banner, Heimtextil Trends 23/24 will revolve around the themes of the circular economy

Heimtextil: the right material for professionals

Brand story

Julia Hauch

15.12.2022

How can aesthetics, functionality and sustainability be interwoven? What innovations and visions are on the horizon? And what do sustainable hospitality trends look like? The Interior.Architecture.Hospitality programme provides tailor-made insights.

Green for go: Heimtextil and sustainability

Brand story

Julia Hauch

15.12.2022

In thematic terms, the overarching meta-theme of sustainability will also be clearly visible at Heimtextil 2023, with its holistic concept providing innovative answers to pressing questions about the future.

Heimtextil 2023: The fabric made of resources

Brand story

Tanja Pabelick

12.12.2022

Trends 23/24 at January's Heimtextil in Frankfurt will focus on material cycles and sustainability strategies for textiles – and use the analogue fair platform to promote exchange, present new products and bring experts together.

Reflecting the architectural landscape with Mirage

Brand story

Nick Compton

07.12.2022

Suitable for outdoor as well as indoor use, Mirage's new Reflet tile collection offers architects a new material palette that reflects and interacts with its surroundings.

Sustainable flooring with Drytile

AGROB BUCHTAL

06.12.2022

Resource conservation, renovation of building stock, circular construction. Maximum design freedom is already built in with Drytile.

Ten tableware items for successful dinner parties

James Wormald

05.12.2022

Friend-winning dinner parties require an impressive menu and tabletop, but what really makes them sing is a relaxed atmosphere. Considerate tableware ensures both guests and hosts stay comfortable.

‘In the best case, furniture becomes a lifelong ...

Brand story

Gerrit Terstiege

30.11.2022

In the third part of the raumplus Intelligence Series – three consecutive features sponsored by the German manufacturer – designer Sebastian Herkner talks about the status quo of our interiors and explains his down-to-earth vision for the future.

Mary Katrantzou combines tradition and modernity for ...

Gerrit Terstiege

30.11.2022

In a new collaboration, the longstanding tile manufacturer enlists the Greek designer to put her signature touch on a collection that fuses tradition with nature and high fashion.

Sounds good: creating acoustic comfort at work

Alun Lennon

30.11.2022

Workplace comfort is not just about soft seats, fresh fruit and breakout rooms. In the background, less-visible features are also quietly playing their part…

KEUCO's IXMO fittings celebrate simplicity

Brand story

Mareile Morawietz

21.11.2022

The manufacturer's pared-back range comes in a variety of finishes and styles, offering a timeless aesthetic to architects, planners and clients looking to celebrate simple elegance with their interiors.

New Metal walls from Tecnografica

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

17.11.2022

With Tecnografica's creative and graphical metal-finish wallpaper collection, both commercial and private spaces can stand out with featured interior surfaces that rock.

Cersaie 2022 – Casalgrande Padana puts sustainability in ...

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

11.11.2022

Communicating both the naturally sustainable properties of ceramics and the material's inherent aesthetic value and high performance, Casalgrande Padana's collections speak out at Cersaie 2022.

'A lot of people reflected on the value of a ...

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

10.11.2022

At this year's Orgatec, Simon Keane-Cowell sits down with the Italian-British designer to discuss the state of office design and his latest Pedrali collaboration: a lightweight, versatile desk that makes space for our new workplace values and

Cosentino's surface beauty

Brand story

Emma Moore

09.11.2022

Cosentino's high-tech Dekton Onirika surfaces are perfect for a broad range of applications and merge high functional performance with the warmth and charms of natural materials.

'Space is still prestigious, like a rare good in ...

Simon Keane-Cowell

02.11.2022

David Marquardt of MACH Architektur explains why flexibility is key for modern workspaces: 'You don't need big meeting rooms, sitting empty.' Watch the video to hear what else he has to say…

You have to be there: retail spaces that buy into experience

James Wormald

02.11.2022

Online, retailers can provide more choice, better service and a more comfortable showroom. What they lack, however, is occasion. These bricks-and-mortar stores make in-person shopping special again.

‘Thursday is the new Friday. If it wasn't already’: ...

James Wormald

01.11.2022

Russell Potter of Soda Studio describes how workplaces are creating more engaging environments: ‘We've seen offices put in show kitchens and yoga studios.’ Watch the video for more…

'Credibility is what counts above all': Mia ...

Brand story

Gerrit Terstiege

31.10.2022

In the second installment of the raumplus Intelligence Series – three consecutive features sponsored by the German manufacturer –, the interior designer speaks to Gerrit Terstiege about what it takes to successfully merge different interior

Elmo: a leather library of colours

Brand story

Alyn Griffiths

28.10.2022

Swedish leather specialist Elmo's latest collections, created in collaboration with designer and colour consultant Georgina Wright, draw inspiration from nature and aim to bring sensuality and joy to interiors.

Solarlux dissolves boundaries with cero

Brand story

Architonic

27.10.2022

Thanks to its extensive glass panels, the German glazing specialist’s slim profiled sliding door turns the inside into the outside – without compromising on design, functionality or safety.

Leolux LX: engineers of intimacy

Brand story

Nick Compton

25.10.2022

A recent case study in Leolux LX's homebase of Venlo shows how projects can incorporate durability as well as an elegant combination of function and comfort by choosing from the brand's catalogue.

Shaping hospitality

Brand story

Nick Compton

25.10.2022

By outfitting public-facing spaces with Leolux LX designs, hotels, restaurants, theatres and bars can greet visitors with sculptural, organic shapes that create an inviting environment in any context.

Leolux LX empowers expression

Brand story

Nick Compton

25.10.2022

With its wide variety of durable and aesthetically diverse products, Leolux LX offers architects and designers a multitude of options for furnishing luxurious and sustainable spaces.

Editor's Letter – October 2022

Simon Keane-Cowell

19.10.2022

The energy crisis, energetic thinking on sustainability and the power of lighting design.

Icons reimagined

Brand story

Claire Brodka

18.10.2022

Cassina Pro adapts the brand's most well-known pieces to new environments – and complements them with contemporary designs.

Reclaiming spaces with Cassina

Brand story

Claire Brodka

18.10.2022

Cassina Pro delivers one of the largest collections of iconic designs specified for public use: from lobbies, lounges and restaurants to waiting rooms and the workplace.

Experience Cassina Pro at ORGATEC 2022

Brand story

Claire Brodka

18.10.2022

For the first time, the Italian manufacturer will showcase its collection for public spaces in person – filled with iconic mid-century designs and new pieces repurposed for the hospitality and workplace sector.

Dornbracht’s TARA is timeless design for any architecture

Brand story

Architonic

18.10.2022

The German luxury fittings manufacturer’s most iconic bathroom series is a fitting archetype that suits a wide variety of interior styles – even more in its new finishes and product variants.

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