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    Great Bedfellows

    Giovanna Dunmall

    23.09.2015

    BOLZAN LETTI's new 'Care Collection' is right on trend when it comes to flexibility. With headboards and frames 'dressable' in seven different designs, it's sweet dreams for the high-end Italian bed manufacturer.

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    Architonic in Paris: Highlights at MAISON&OBJET 2015

    Architonic

    21.09.2015

    Architonic was in Paris last weekend for MAISON&OBJET, the major trade fair dedicated to lifestyle, decoration and design. As a long-term partner and friend of MAISON&OBJET, Architonic is happy to present the highlights of the show. See a

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    The Heat is Off

    Katharina Sommer

    21.09.2015

    Long before the advent of air-conditioning, lo-tech means of cooling buildings were well established. Now, architects worldwide are rediscovering the sustainable benefits of natural temperature control through clever design.

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    Material Tendencies: Sebastian Herkner

    Anita Hackethal

    21.09.2015

    The young German designer’s extraordinary feel for material and colour combinations allows him to bring out the value and character of different materials. In doing so, he marries - often in collaboration with traditional manufacturers – classic

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    The Only Way is Up: OWA's ceiling systems

    Ulrich Büttner

    21.09.2015

    OWA, based in the Bavarian town of Amorbach, has been developing ceiling systems since 1948; first in woodfibre, then in mineral wool. Its latest offering, the 'OWAconsult collection', treats the ceiling as a three-dimensional object, imbuing it with

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    American Furniture Icons – Updated Modernity

    TLmag

    15.09.2015

    Design and innovation are intimately linked by their essence, perhaps even more so for major American brands Herman Miller and Knoll, who’s phenomenal post-war development is intrinsically tied to the immediate interpretation of a new American way

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    Light relief

    Alyn Griffiths

    09.09.2015

    Anyone who spends too much time at their desk knows how damaging a lack of daylight can be to their psychological wellbeing. In response to this issue, lighting brand LUCTRA has developed an intelligent system that replicates natural light to lessen

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    Material Tendencies: Scholten & Baijings

    Anita Hackethal

    08.09.2015

    The works of Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings embody the distinctive identity the couple is known for: colour, gradual hues, transparency, layers and geometric patterns and grids, yet with a very gentle and delicate appearance.

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    America’s Shining Talents

    TLmag

    18.08.2015

    New York has always been a draw card for creatives worldwide. Even with the city’s enormous pool of designers, reaching the apex is an unenviable task. However, whether it’s architecture, furniture, lighting or objects, this talented lot isn’t

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    The Mile-High Club

    Klaus Leuschel

    17.08.2015

    Ever since Norman Foster's game-changing Stansted Airport was completed almost 25 years ago, it's been full throttle for London's high-tech architects, with their aviation-celebrating terminals around the globe themselves been celebrated for their

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    Curating Design in New York City

    TLmag

    11.08.2015

    How do we curate design today? A conversation with four leading critics and curators of design and architecture, active both in New York City and internationally, offers insight into the changing nature of design and its (re)presentations.

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    Slenderness in Steel: the unico XS profile system

    Ulrich Büttner

    11.08.2015

    Forster Profilesysteme AG, headquartered in the Swiss town of Arbon, still occupies the site where it was founded over 140 years ago.The original coppersmith shop of F.J. Forster has long since developed, however, into an innovative company with

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    Contemporary American Architecture

    TLmag

    03.08.2015

    “As architects, we use our creativity to serve society—to make our communities better places to live. Through our profession and our life’s work, each of us has shaped and re-shaped the ever-changing narrative that is America in both humble and

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    Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

    Anita Hackethal

    22.07.2015

    Richard Hutten is known for his playful approach to design. Always wondering how he might add something fresh and unusual, his aim is to create new possibilities to the already existing. His works reflect his personal signature, which might be

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    A Bigger Splash

    Dominic Lutyens

    21.07.2015

    Outdoor swimming is experiencing a watery renaissance, with a raft of noteworthy projects allowing bathers to do it the natural way, even in the most urban of contexts. Come on in. The water’s great.

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    Stretching the Limits

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    16.07.2015

    MDT-tex, the go-to textile-architecture manufacturer and consultancy, is invited time and time again to partner with some of the world's leading architects. It's no wonder given the company's innovative outdoor structures and intelligent membranes.

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    Textiled Spaces

    Architonic

    06.07.2015

    As part of the TEXTILED SPACES exhibition curated by Architonic on the occasion of Techtextil, photographer Deidi von Schaewen provided an insight into architectural ephemera.

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    From Japan with Love: Kitani’s Danish design classics

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    02.07.2015

    For over 20 years now, craftsmanship-led Japanese furniture manufacturer Kitani has been bringing a considered edit of mid-century Danish classics back to life, to the delight of design-lovers worldwide.

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    It’s curtains for Expo 2015

    Giovanna Dunmall

    30.06.2015

    The go-to Spanish manufacturer of high-end, space-shaping mesh curtains has turned the Ecuadorean Pavilion at Milan’s Expo 2015 into a must-visit destination.

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    The Right Stuff: Sylvain Willenz

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    25.06.2015

    His raft of enviable collaborations with the likes of Cappellini and Established & Sons, and, more recently, Retegui, Menu and Objekten, are testimony to the fact that Brussels-based designer Sylvain Willenz creates Things That People Actually

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    Material Tendencies: Philippe Starck

    Anita Hackethal

    23.06.2015

    Rather than trying to create beautiful objects, the French designer and architect considers it his duty to invent things that make life better for the largest number of people possible. He believes that the existence of an object is only justified

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    The End of the Cubicle

    Johannes Hünig

    17.06.2015

    When design-led office-furniture manufacturer Nurus partnered up with global professional-services firm Deloitte to reimagine their Istanbul HQ, the result was an environment as fit for forward-facing work culture as it is creatively inspiring.

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    Le Corbusier Reloaded: LC2 at designfunktion

    designfunktion

    29.05.2015

    Angular, cubic, clear – and surprisingly comfortable: like no other piece of furniture, Le Corbusier's chair LC2 represents the furniture design of early modernism. The manufacturer Cassina has now clad the classic, designed in 1928, in new

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    Tapping innovation: Axor’s WaterDream 2015

    Alyn Griffiths

    27.05.2015

    A collaboration between German bathroom brand Axor, Swiss university ECAL and glassblower Matteo Gonet has resulted in a series of prototypal taps that show how future bathrooms could incorporate bespoke interchangeable fittings.

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    Material Tendencies: Ross Lovegrove

    Anita Hackethal

    26.05.2015

    The design works of Ross Lovegrove maintain a trinity between technology, materials science and intelligent organic forms and structures that nature has evolved. Lovegrove likes to push the boundaries of rapidly developing technologies and enjoys the

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    Made in Pedrali

    Alyn Griffiths

    25.05.2015

    Aluminium, concrete, wood and plastic were among a multiplicity of materials seen on the stand of premium Italian furniture brand Pedrali at this year’s Salone del Mobile. The company’s CEO, Giuseppe Pedrali, tells Architonic how decades of

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    The Luxury Beneath: Object Carpet’s premium flooring

    Johannes Hünig

    19.05.2015

    Carpet specialist Object Carpet has gained a worldwide reputation with carpets that satisfy even the most demanding of architects, such as Zaha Hadid or Hitoshi Abe. For years now, the company has successfully combined high design standards with

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    Getting High (on Wood)

    Giovanna Dunmall

    19.05.2015

    Could wood be the new concrete? If a number of recently completed, high-rise timber projects internationally are anything to go by, the only way might indeed be up for this most enduring and trusty of building materials.

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    Material Tendencies

    Anita Hackethal

    13.05.2015

    Being up to date on the latest materials and trends in architecture and design in an international context is definitely a benefit. In the creative sector, this can even play a decisive role in daily design operations.

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    Trend Report (II): Milan 2015

    Le Vin Chin

    05.05.2015

    This is the second part of a Trend Report from Milan 2015. The most notable visual design trend in Milan this year was the layering of colour and light; transparency, translucency, and reflection.

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    Architonic Top 10 North American Design Brands 2014-2015

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    05.05.2015

    North America. It may be the new world to some but Architonic's latest installment in its ongoing Architonic Trend Analysis series – North American Design Brands 2014–2015 – reveals a ranking headed up by a number of manufacturers with

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    Trend Report (I): Milan 2015

    Le Vin Chin

    05.05.2015

    Halfway through my visit to the Milan design week, this year, I posted a cri de coeur on Facebook: “Major FOMO. No time! No time!” The brevity only emphasised the point.

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    Made in Brooklyn

    Dominic Lutyens

    05.05.2015

    Brooklyn is only a short distance from Manhattan yet it has its own, highly distinctive identity. Talk to Brooklyn’s tight-knit but burgeoning community of designer-makers and you get the impression that this New York borough is widely seen as more

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    Architonic Top 10 Space Typologies 2014

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    26.04.2015

    It might be the final frontier, but it's also close to our hearts. Space. On Architonic, we present a considered edit of the most notable reference projects out there, intelligently cross-linking these with products and profiles to give you the best

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    Architexture: textiles go constructional

    Dominic Lutyens

    21.04.2015

    Its roots may lie in transient structures, but contemporary textile architecture, with all its creative, functional and ecological possibilities, is definitely here to stay.

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    Noises Off

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    14.04.2015

    When young English aristocrat Lady Mary Isabel Portman commissioned an Arts-and-Crafts-style mountain hideaway near Garmisch-Partenkirchen on the eve of the First World War, little did she know that it would, a century later, become a one-off,

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    Architonic Top 20 Materials 2014

    Architonic

    13.04.2015

    Our new Architonic Trend Analysis series is anything but immaterial. Hence our look at materials and their relative popularity – by active text-search on architonic.com – over the past three years.

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    Going Global: De Padova's new collections

    Alyn Griffiths

    13.04.2015

    Iconic Italian furniture brand De Padova is set to show new products at Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile that draw on decades of design excellence and reaffirm its credentials as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of upholstered

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    Architonic Top 10 Sanitary Brands 2014

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    13.04.2015

    Which brands have cleaned up when it comes the most searched-for sanitary-ware manufacturers on architonic.com?

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    The Materialists: strasserthun

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    08.04.2015

    Stick a pin in the middle of a map of Switzerland and the chances are you've landed near Thun, a small town that's home to a big player in terms of materials know-how. Long-established, high-end carpenters and fitters strasserthun invite architects,

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    Same But Different: Pfleiderer's DST System

    Ulrich Büttner

    01.04.2015

    The DST system from Pfleiderer will raise designers’ creative freedom to a whole new level, because, with the DST range, interiors can be decked out with different surfaces, textures and core materials and can thus be used to satisfy many technical

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    The Intelligence: Architonic’s Trend Analysis series

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    31.03.2015

    It’s natural to compare. We all do it. Call it human nature. When such sizing-up is motivated by dissatisfaction or inadequacy, it’s probably not such a healthy activity. But if it’s underpinned by a desire to take stock, to see where you stand

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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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    Working It, Living It

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    21.03.2015

    Premium Italian design brand Arper has made it its job to look at our jobs – the ongoing changes in the where and the how we work – responding with a collection of high-performance furniture designs that don't slack off in the aesthetics

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    A high-temperature laboratory for glass and light

    Ulrich Büttner

    02.03.2015

    The name of both the company and the brand is labo crème brûlée. It's a name which suggests fire and flames, and Christian Seltmann, his wife Tania Theler Seltmann and his brother Philipp are full of burning enthusiasm for their new project. The

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    In Rude Health: new wellness projects

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    25.02.2015

    The word itself may have been coined relatively recently, but the ritual of 'wellness' – as a means of rejuvenating mind and body – has a long and healthy tradition. This hasn't, as a number of recent projects demonstrate, stopped a bevy of

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    The Great Outdoors

    Alyn Griffiths

    27.01.2015

    The new 2015 catalogue produced by Swedish furniture brand Röshults depicts its products positioned around the lounge and expansive terraces of a luxurious villa in the French city of Nice. The managing director of Röshults, Tobias Lindberg,

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    Bolon’s Flow Flooring Collection

    Alyn Griffiths

    27.01.2015

    The latest flooring collection from pioneering Swedish brand Bolon epitomises the ethos of design-led innovation established by sisters Annica and Marie Eklund since they took control of the family business in 2003. Subtle pastel shades, versatile

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    Parking Systems by Wöhr

    Ulrich Büttner

    27.01.2015

    When the first ‘modern automobile’ was introduced to the world, it was the year 1886. The ultramodern horseless vehicle would remain the exception for a number of years, and parking problems were unknown, and still a long way off. Wöhr was

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    COVERINGS ETC

    Alyn Griffiths

    14.01.2015

    In addition to producing sustainable tiles made from familiar materials such as porcelain and cement, Miami brand COVERINGS ETC is pioneering the manufacture of solid surfaces that incorporate various types of industrial waste. Architonic speaks to

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    Flagship Enterprise

    Dominic Lutyens

    16.12.2014

    It may sound paradoxical, but corporate store architecture today strives to be as individualistic as possible. This is partly due to necessity. Like many booksellers, high-end fashion labels are fending off fierce competition from online retailers.

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    Ghyczy’s Family Business Grows Up

    Alyn Griffiths

    18.11.2014

    In a world where an overabundance of consumable products leads to a throwaway culture and fleeting trends, Dutch-based furniture producer Ghyczy is pioneering an alternative by developing timeless designs that combine innovative engineering with

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    Hearth and Home

    Dominic Lutyens

    18.11.2014

    Fireplaces were once essential: from prehistoric times to the 19th-century, a home’s hearth provided light, heat and a means with which to cook. Today, you might think they were superfluous, obsolete in this age of centrally heated buildings. Yet

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    Work-life Balance

    Alyn Griffiths

    17.11.2014

    At this year’s Orgatec, Italian firm Pedrali added to its collection of furniture designed in response to the evolving requirements of the contemporary contract markets, with a particular focus on the shift towards workplaces that aim to emulate

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    Heimtextil 2015: "Theme Park"

    Ulrich Büttner

    04.11.2014

    Heimtextil, the leading and largest trade fair specialising in home furnishing and contract textiles, will once again open its doors in Frankfurt am Main for four days from 14 to 17 January 2015. Around 70,000 trade visitors, including many

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    Boffi: Celebrating Eighty Years of Emotional Solutions

    Alex Bradley

    04.11.2014

    On a family holiday to Lake Garda as a teenager, staying near the town of Malcesine, I discovered a design store that seemed to house all the contemporary design I had only ever seen before in books. The shop owner took to my enthusiasm and gave me a

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    Twenties, Sixties, Now

    Klaus Leuschel

    25.10.2014

    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

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    Parque temático de Heimtextil

    heimtextil

    23.10.2014

    Preludio para el sector de equipamiento internacional: Heimtextil, la feria especializada más importante del mundo de textiles para la decoración, el hogar y canal contract, abre sus puertas del 14 al 17 de enero de 2015 en Fráncfort del Meno. El

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    A Glass Act: Fabbian's Architectural Adventure

    Dominic Lutyens

    22.10.2014

    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

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    Zumtobel and Fraunhofer Institute Study

    Ulrich Büttner

    22.10.2014

    With a global user study on perceived lighting quality in offices, which the Austrian luminaire manufacturer Zumtobel is conducting together with the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO) in Stuttgart, the company is making an

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    Gloriously Glossy

    Dominic Lutyens

    23.09.2014

    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

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    Megatrends in working environments

    Bene AG

    11.09.2014

    New horizons are opening up in the working environment: in technology, in management, in infrastructure. More and more, creativity, interaction and communication are becoming the central issues for successfully dealing with work tasks. The key is to

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    Graphic precision

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    03.09.2014

    Wilkhahn has always focused on durability and permanence, and its new "Graph" conference programme is very much part of this tradition. With its innovative chair and accompanying table this German furniture manufacturer is restyling corporate

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    Kitchens for Life

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    22.08.2014

    SIEMATIC’s declared aim is to create spaces that are more than just perfect and convenient places to cook.

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    Piling Them High

    Dominic Lutyens

    19.08.2014

    Bricks in contemporary architecture may well be saddled with a reputation for retrograde traditionalism – after all, the oldest discovered bricks date from before 7500 BC. For some, they conjure up images of architecturally unimaginative housing

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    London

    Klaus Leuschel

    19.08.2014

    ‘The people did not like St Paul’s. They were against the Eiffel Tower. They liked neither the Sydney Opera House nor the Centre Pompidou. But today, millions of photos of these buildings are sent around the world via e-mail and by phone.’ (Jan

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    The Art of Quintessence

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    12.08.2014

    Sanktjohanser's furniture embodies the principle of sophisticated reduction.

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    Table Culture Meets Furnishing Culture

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    08.08.2014

    Porcelain manufacturer Rosenthal is enhancing its modern, avant-garde collections with sensuous furnishings.

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    Heading into Virtual Worlds

    ORGATEC

    06.08.2014

    Without realising it, we’re on autopilot almost all of the time, filtering information aurally, physically and visually at an amazing rate. Our nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 250 miles per hour, faster than a Formula 1 car!

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    Gleaming Surfaces and Premium Edges

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    05.08.2014

    In the Bavarian region of Hochfranken, REHAU creates edgings, surfaces and other components for kitchens, offices and living spaces.

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    With Passion and Precision

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    01.08.2014

    Please touch! PERFORMA designs furniture with wonderfully soft, colourful surfaces made of natural rubber and linoleum.

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    Multifaceted

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    29.07.2014

    When technology and design are perfectly interwoven as in the case of OBJECT DESIGN, even extremely hardwearing carpets become a feast for the eyes.

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    Creating an Urban Splash

    Dominic Lutyens

    29.07.2014

    Architects of urban projects are increasingly in thrall to water, believing it benefits them in a number of ways — from the aesthetic to the psychological. In one sense, when reflected in water, buildings look larger and more imposing. Yet

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    Made-to-Measure Kitchens

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    25.07.2014

    LEICHT KÜCHEN creates highly customisable products that reveal the full extent of their quality when they interact with modern architecture.

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    Bright Ideas

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    22.07.2014

    If you think of ambient lighting, you think of him: Ingo Maurer has been regarded as a pioneer of revolutionary light sculptures since 1966. His fascinating work comprises numerous designs, from sober to playful, from oversized to filigree, from

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    When Good Light Runs in the Family

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    18.07.2014

    Being different pays off – and Gertrud Kracht has been proving the truth of this maxim all her life. She and her son Kristian are the faces behind ANTA. And that means: lamps reduced to the maximum.

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    Weightless Elegance

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    16.07.2014

    Every dining table created by the 3.1 DESIGN brand is a distinctive one-off tailored to individual customer requirements.

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    In Great Shape

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    23.06.2014

    With half a century of creativity and business under its belt, Italian design manufacturer Pedrali is showing little sign of easing up on the gas pedal. It's full speed ahead for the premium furniture and lighting brand whose elegant marriage of

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    Naturally cool

    Alyn Griffiths

    16.06.2014

    The need to minimise energy consumption affects many aspects of architecture, and designs that employ traditional or cutting-edge shading devices and ventilation methods are at the forefront of reducing our reliance on air conditioning. Architonic

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    Ethics and Aesthetics

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    09.06.2014

    Between drawing board and production, Zeitraum's solid wood furniture has to meet numerous decision criteria that are specific to the company and have mostly served as benchmarks since the firm was founded in 1990. "Our designs are a homage to

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    Furnishing: designing for a wider context

    ORGATEC

    05.06.2014

    An architecturally oriented flexibility and modularity in furnishing is responding to the increasing need for spaces that cover a diversity of user needs. Orgatec investigates.

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    Vision and Value

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    05.06.2014

    WIEDEMANN WERKSTÄTTEN stands for striking kitchens and interiors.

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    Maintenant – Bernard Tschumi at the Pompidou Centre

    Klaus Leuschel

    03.06.2014

    Among the numerous signs that one's status as a grandee of architecture has been secured is having a big survey exhibition at Paris's Pompidou Centre. Architonic uses the current Bernard Tschumi retrospective as an opportunity to reflect on the Swiss

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    Furniture for Stylists

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    02.06.2014

    Furniture by VILLAGE combines a vivacious, classic look with sophisticated functionality.

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    Living the Light

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    29.05.2014

    Luminaires by SERIEN.LIGHTING are always more than just light-producing solids: the independence of their forms and functions gives them an utterly compelling quality as well.

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    The Wood Alchemist

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    26.05.2014

    Making wood visible, emphasising its structures, combining expressive aesthetics with a sensuous feel, refining surfaces with exquisite ingredients such as pigments, resins, waxes and oils – these are just a few of Torben Hansen's alchemistic

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    Startup with a Background

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    22.05.2014

    S+ makes furniture that adapts: to measurements, to colours, to special requests. Besides a well-known collection, the company has also developed a stunning new system that has been re-thought from scratch.

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    Through Deidi's Eyes

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    21.05.2014

    In this first installment of our new series featuring the work of renowned architectural photographer DEIDI VON SCHAEWEN, we take a look at a unique exhibition of Colombian architect and bamboo-master Simon Vélez's work, currently installed in the

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    sichtbare.HAPTIK - fühlbare.OPTIK

    GEMvision

    20.05.2014

    Individualisierung bedeutet unter anderem, sich außerhalb der Masse zu definieren. Somit sucht man immer nach neuen Ideen und Materialien, um Individualität zu erlangen. Vor allem in den Bereichen Design, Gestaltung und in der Werbung ist dies von

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    Ingenious Aesthetics

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    19.05.2014

    RONALD SCHMITT DESIGN creates coffee tables and dining room furnishings with striking lines and intelligent additional functions.

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    Always at the Forefront

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    15.05.2014

    Based at the foot of the Swabian Jura, lighting manufacturer RIDI develops technical innovations on a grand scale.

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    Catch Her If You Can: Deidi von Schaewen

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    13.05.2014

    Respected architectural photographer Deidi von Schaewen isn't one for letting the grass grow under her feet. Active since the 1960s and with no sign of hanging up her camera any time soon, Architonic caught up with the peripatetic image-maker to talk

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    The Treasure Seeker

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    12.05.2014

    RICHARD LAMPERT has used his explorer's spirit and his keen instinct for good design to create an impressive portfolio of furniture.

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    Flair and Sensitivity

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    05.05.2014

    PIURE combines German practicality with Mediterranean lightness.

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    The Perfectionists: Falper

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    02.05.2014

    With its recently launched rebrand, family-owned Italian bathroom brand Falper, known for its elegant, unique products, is looking sharper than ever.

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    Zurück in die Zukunft

    Sophie Loschert

    25.04.2014

    Im Vitra Design Museum wirft einer der derzeit wichtigsten Industriedesigner, Konstantin Grcic, einen multiperspektivischen Blick auf sein bisheriges Schaffen. „Panorama“ ist Rück- und Ausblick gleichermassen, denn neben der Bestandsaufnahme

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