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    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

    Brand story

    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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    At the Heart of Things

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    24.04.2014

    The solid wood tables from NOTTE's BELFAKTO collection serve as focal points for people's lives – and not just in private homes.

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    Build Me Up: Architonic Concept Space V

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    22.04.2014

    The latest fair-going union of architecture and innovative material-processing technology is unveiled in Milan in the form of Architonic’s Concept Space V.

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    Spaced: fair-stand architecture that stands out

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    22.04.2014

    Gone are the days when a standard-issue ‘booth’ was enough of a platform on which design manufacturers could present their latest products at trade fairs. The contemporary exhibition stand is as much a brand-marketing device as it is a product

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    Good Old Feelings

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    21.04.2014

    NOODLES NOODLES & NOODLES CORP. makes vintage-style steel furniture.

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    Flexible living: LEMA’s latest upholstered seating systems

    Brand story

    Alyn Griffiths

    14.04.2014

    Having introduced its first upholstered collection at last year’s Salone del Mobile, Brianza-based furniture brand LEMA returned this year with three new sofas that evoke classic designs but bring them up-to-date with contemporary details and

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    Against the Flow

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    14.04.2014

    The luminaires by Stuttgart-based LED specialist NIMBUS are known for their technical ingenuity, aesthetic sophistication and guaranteed moment of surprise.

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    The Light Phenomenon

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    10.04.2014

    LED lighting system SLY is the most successful newcomer of recent years.

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    The Firestarters: Harrie Leenders

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    06.04.2014

    What do you do if you love fire? Why, head up a fireplace manufacturer, of course. Bart Leenders, son of Harrie Leenders – founder of the eponymous Dutch woodburning-stove producer – knows a thing or two about combustion, heading off regularly

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    Interior acoustics: Innovation inspiration

    ORGATEC

    03.04.2014

    Following take-off on a recent flight from Hong Kong to London – and just as I settle into my seat – a baby starts to scream! The commotion is coming from towards the back of the A380. I contemplate an entirely sleepless night flight and then

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    Inside Out: Tribu shapes the exterior landscape

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    31.03.2014

    It’s no mean feat producing timeless design that’s also innovative and future-facing. One of the few brands to pull this off is Tribù, the leading outdoor-furniture label that invites its users to sit back and relax, while itself doing anything

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    MATT COLLECTION

    In-es.artdesign

    31.03.2014

    Rayons brillants et contrastes de matière: Une ligne de lampes qui évoquent des souvenirs, des sentiments, des oeuvres d'art. Fabriqués à la main, goût italien, matériaux nobles. Ce sont les caractéristiques de Matt, la nouvelle collection de

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    The Big Picture

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    24.03.2014

    Makro doesn’t do compromise. Its second-to-none bathroom concepts respond to the precise needs of its customers, providing the perfect solution for even the most demanding of architectural projects.

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    Magic Wands

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    24.03.2014

    To begin with, the former machine shop close to the city centre betrays no sign of its new purpose. Back in 2005, it came up for sale at the perfect time for Pforzheim entrepreneur Jürgen Glauner – and his company, LDM GmbH, relocated for the

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    Relaxed Elegance

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    20.03.2014

    The upholstered furniture KOINOR produces in its home region of Upper Franconia provides a level of comfort that is guaranteed to move its users.

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    Milan via Athens: Interiors from Greece

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    20.03.2014

    Introversion isn’t something the Greeks have much time for. Particularly when it comes to design. Informed by a culture of sociability and dialogue, a cohort of export-focused Greek design manufacturers will be showing their quality products to a

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    Tokujin Yoshioka cristallise les rêves

    TLmag

    18.03.2014

    Infuser, cuire, cristalliser. Ces verbes ne décrivent pas le travail d’un cuisinier mais du designer japo- nais Tokujin Yoshioka, auquel le musée d’art contem- porain de Tokyo vient de consacrer une fabuleuse exposition pour révéler la

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    Home Is Where The Bath Is

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    17.03.2014

    Family firm KEUCO's full range of bathroom furnishings offers customers a compelling standard of design and quality.

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    MOBILIA: 100 ans de design d’architectes belges à ...

    TLmag

    10.03.2014

    L’exposition MOBILIA, qui a lieu à l’Atomium à Bruxelles du 12 février au 15 juin 2014, met en évidence le talent des architectes qui, depuis la fin du XIXe siècle et à travers le monde, ne se contentent plus de construire des édifices

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    Systematic Poetry

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    10.03.2014

    Clear, minimalist aesthetics are a hallmark feature of KETTNAKER's cabinet systems – as is their ability to express personality and lifestyle.

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    Skin to Skin: 10 years of Rieder's fibreC

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    10.03.2014

    In architectural terms, given the time it takes to complete a large-scale project, ten years isn't that long. All the more remarkable therefore that Austrian manufacturer Rieder's innovative wonder material fibreC – fabricated from concrete and

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    Naturally Oiled

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    06.03.2014

    HAIN processes its wood on site – from the trunk all the way to the finished cottage-style plank.

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    Waste Not

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    05.03.2014

    There's something cooking in the kitchen and we're not talking food. It's a revolution in product design, production and consumption. Respected Italian manufacturer VALCUCINE, whose brand has long been known for its craftsmanship and research-led

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    Ingeniously Subtle Lighting

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    03.03.2014

    K.B. FORM stands for well-designed, functional luminaires that are always characterised by restraint and timelessness.

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    Shop to the Future

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    27.02.2014

    We love to shop. This we know. But the way in which we purchase goods and services and the kind of brand experience we expect this to deliver is changing now more than ever. Enter the cutting-edge 'Retail of Tomorrow' total store-design and

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    Preferably Leather

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    27.02.2014

    This brand stands for modern furniture with intelligent sitting, reclining and relax functions: IPDESIGN.

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    We can make the impossible happen

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    24.02.2014

    HÜLSTA furniture is handmade by top craftsmen in a production process geared towards perfection and efficiency, enabling the company to guarantee individual interior solutions even for a batch size of one.

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    Behind the green door: La triennale d’Architecture ...

    TLmag

    20.02.2014

    Le développement durable est un terme d’usage qui inclut tout et rien à la fois. Cette expression, mise à toutes les sauces, n’a pas toujours été utilisée à propos. Ce qu’il en reste est vide de sens et difficile à prendre au sérieux.

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    The Fabric of Dreams

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    19.02.2014

    An intent silence fills the big, high-ceilinged, light-flooded rooms. Every single one of the women employed at Ege exquisit is a skilled specialist, and many of the ladies here have been contributing their experience for decades.

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    Convertible

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    19.02.2014

    Swabian furniture manufacturer DRAENERT is known for its innovative technology and a sustainable approach to materials.

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    Bringing Passion to Light

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    13.02.2014

    It takes teamwork to create a DOMUS lamp. The result: timeless classics crafted using traditional skills.

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    Ron Arad — Déconstruit / reconstruit

    TLmag

    12.02.2014

    Depuis plus de trente ans, Ron Arad produit des objets singuliers qui définissent une pratique à mi-chemin entre architecture, sculpture et design. Si, dans ces domaines de la création, la question fut longtemps de savoir si la forme devait, ou

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    BULO — Une icône belge fête ses 50 ans

    TLmag

    11.02.2014

    TLmag: BULO a été à l’initiative de plusieurs innovations dans le design de bureau, dans l’ergonomie et la flexibilité au travail. À l’heure actuelle, où en est votre entreprise et quelles sont les prochaines étapes à

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    Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2014

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    10.02.2014

    Architonic on the ground in the Swedish capital to bring you the best from the designer's design fair.

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    True Beauty Inside and Out

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    10.02.2014

    A matter of the heart: for 60 years, COR has been combining quality craftsmanship and innovative design to create supremely comfortable upholstered furniture. Inner values included!

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    Go Your Own Way: Tobia Scarpa

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    09.02.2014

    A chip of the old block Tobia Scarpa certainly isn’t. Son of acclaimed architectural maestro Carlo Scarpa, the innovative designer, who turns 80 next year, was determined from the outset to plough his own creative furrow, in spite of his

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    Design Born of Passion

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    06.02.2014

    Merely playing with fire wasn't enough for Johannes Wagner. Which is why, with CONMOTO, he started creating favourite spots for indoors and outside. The influence of internationally renowned designers is unmistakable.

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    Lightscaping

    ORGATEC

    05.02.2014

    Creative light-shaping by architects and interior architects, married with ingenious, technologically driven lighting solutions, are changing the way we experience, interact with and use light in work, contract and other spaces. It's a new dawn.

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    Lema – at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2014

    LEMA

    04.02.2014

    The functional and simple design of the Scandinavian countries meets the best of world design on the occasion of Stockholm Design Week. Lema will be a protagonist of the show with a display presenting some of its bestsellers for the living area in

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    Tradition Meets Trend

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    03.02.2014

    Guardian and discoverer, traditionalist and trendsetter, retrospective and forward-looking: ClassiCon (Classic Contemporary Design) sees itself as a bridge that spans stylistic eras. Besides international furniture gems of the 20th century, it also

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    Order without Borders

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    30.01.2014

    Systematic ingenuity, individual adaptability and consistently excellent quality: the varied product range from sliding door expert CABINET leaves nothing to be desired.

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    MAISON&OBJET PARIS 2014: January edition

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    29.01.2014

    'April in Paris' goes the the old Broadway song. But for a number of years now, the smart crowd head to the French capital in January for the spring edition of the now firmly established MAISON&OBJET design fair.

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    The Materials Expert

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    27.01.2014

    When it comes to new materials that identify the kitchen as living space without making proven solutions obsolete, BULTHAUP is a connoisseur.

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    Furniture That Works With You

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    27.01.2014

    Almost 70 years in business and forward-thinking Japanese manufacturer OKAMURA, renowned for, among other products, its super-engineered office furniture, shows no sign of taking its eye off the ball of innovation. Sit up straight, people.

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    An Open and Shut Case

    Dominic Lutyens

    27.01.2014

    Beyond their utilitarian function, windows and doors set up an emotional expectation on the part of visitors as to what they'll encounter within a building, while, at the same time, negotiating the relation that users inside have with the exterior

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    The Sign of the Amphibian

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    23.01.2014

    Based in Michelau, Upper Franconia, BULLFROG sends upholstered comfort straight from the designer's hand to the four corners of the earth.

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    The Heat is On: Tubes

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    21.01.2014

    'Products developed for architecture' is how Italian brand TUBES describes its striking, resolutely sculptural radiators and towel rails, designed to shape the interior landscape as well as heat it. The manufacturer's story is one of a steadfast

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    IMM Cologne 2014: Architonic’s comprehensive photo tours

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    20.01.2014

    No sooner has that Christmas tree been taken down then the spring season of the annual design calendar kicks off with that grandee of the international-trade-fair circuit, imm cologne. Your faithful scout Architonic presents, as ever, its detailed

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    International Design from Upper Franconia

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    20.01.2014

    Kati Meyer-Brühl is a name that stands for internationally acknowledged design. Since she started designing upholstered furniture for Brühl in Bad Steben as the company's Creative Director, Kati Meyer-Brühl's work has earned her a growing number

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    Handmade with Passion

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    16.01.2014

    Because good quality calls for a great deal of care, BIELEFELDER WERKSTÄTTEN make every single piece of their exquisite upholstered furniture collection using the classic techniques of hand-crafted production.

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    Individuality instead of Compromises

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    15.01.2014

    Steel enamel specialist BETTE is constantly pushing the envelope.

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    Washplaces with Character

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    10.01.2014

    Goslar-based manufacturer ALAPE has been creating aesthetic washplace solutions out of glazed steel for 117 years.

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    Culturing Life

    Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur

    07.01.2014

    Again and again, DORNBRACHT comes up with new ways to cultivate the bathroom and kitchen as living spaces.

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    Going Public

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    06.01.2014

    Icons of the design landscape, global brand KARTELL’s products – with their innovative use of plastic and their clever and expressive, often emotional, forms – have captured the imagination of design-conscious consumers around the world. The

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    Architecture in Ascendance: innovative staircase design

    Dominic Lutyens

    15.12.2013

    Staircases are overdetermined things. A highly functional element in the internal circulation of a building, they are also laden with cultural and psychological symbolism. We may live in the age of the lift and escalator, but this hasn’t stopped

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    History Repeating

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    10.12.2013

    You can never have enough of a good thing, so they say. But lovers of iconic lamps from the early 20th century were for decades deprived of the possibility of owning some of the most striking luminary pieces by the Wiener Werkstätte and the Bauhaus,

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    Changing Rooms

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    05.12.2013

    Post-crisis it’s all about winning customer loyalty through value for money and memorable service. As an hotelier, taking your guests for granted can mean the difference between repeat business and damaging online reviews. Against this backdrop,

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    To the Power of Two

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    27.11.2013

    Collaboration isn't for everyone. If you're to make it work, it involves serious time and resources, not to mention a genuine willingness to go beyond your usual MO to achieve a creative result with added value. Celebrated Italian design brand

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    Beyond the Cliché: the mountain chalet reinterpreted

    Sophie Loschert

    18.11.2013

    The mountain chalet has always been closely linked with the dream of a simple, rustic home in pristine natural surroundings. However, a number of projects throughout the world show that a holiday home in the mountains does not necessarily need to

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    The Only Way is Up: Downtown Design Dubai 2013

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    12.11.2013

    The first-ever design show in the Middle East to unite on a single platform some of the best global design brands with award-winning design from the region, Dubai's new Downtown Design fair, like the soaring Burj Khalifa, has its sights set high.

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    Walk the Line

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    10.11.2013

    Why do manufactured products look the way they do? Often it’s practical necessity. Sometimes it’s aesthetic tradition. In the case of sanitaryware, it’s due historically to the materials limits of Vitreous China and Fine Fire Clay. Enter

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    10 Years of Architonic: Part II

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    17.10.2013

    More statements from some of our Architonic's most valued members, partners and friends during this, our tenth anniversary year. It's all about you, guys._

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    The Shapeshifter: material innovation FluidSolids

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    16.10.2013

    Nominated for this year's Design Prize Switzerland, Zurich-based designer Beat Karrer's material innovation FluidSolids, with its strong ecological credentials and impressive programmability, is poised to give traditional materials like metal and

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    Making/Do: designer-makers exhibit in London

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    09.10.2013

    The annual London Design Festival, now with over 300 city-wide events, reflects the British capital's status as an international creative hub. But it also provides a platform for scores of indigenous designer-makers – both individuals and brands

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    Supersize Me: Materials Council's 'In the Scale of ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    26.09.2013

    For a colourless, odourless gas, CO2 packs a punch. It now accounts for 76% of all greenhouse-gas emissions. So how do you communicate to a fair-going public the relative merits of different materials when it comes to carbon emissions? Materials

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    Out on the Tiles: ceramic architectural facades

    Dominic Lutyens

    23.09.2013

    Contemporary architects internationally are breathing new life into the old tradition of using ceramic elements on exteriors. The result are striking facades that marry expressive ornament with sustainability.

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    Signs of the Times

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    20.09.2013

    Feeling a little bit lost? It's no surprise, really. As populations grow, cities expand, international travel increases and we all work (and live) harder and faster, it seems that there are ever more new and complex terrains to navigate. Enter a

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    The Printed Environment: 3D printing goes architectural

    Alyn Griffiths

    12.09.2013

    3D-printed architecture might seem like the stuff of the future, but a number of architects are experimenting to try to turn tomorrow's fantasy builds into today's innovative projects. Architonic investigates.

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    3 Generations in One Office: 'Büro. Raum. ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    04.09.2013

    Major demographic shifts, including an ageing population and the increase in a younger workforce, present serious challenges for the office landscape. What do the different generations who come together to work want and need from their office

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    Bodies of Evidence: architecture, photography and real lives

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    29.08.2013

    There's a long tradition of architectural photography presenting viewers with depopulated spaces – interior and exterior landscapes, devoid of the very users for which they have been designed. Celebrated Dutch photographer IWAN BAAN's unparalleled

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    Field of Dreams: greening the urban landscape

    Dominic Lutyens

    16.08.2013

    Increased urban congestion. Climate change and sustainability. Urban regeneration. The reasons for the burgeoning movement in highly considered, integrated green spaces in towns and cities around the globe are as manifold as the forms they take.

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    Concentration in accordance with creativity

    Interface

    01.08.2013

    The working environment changes and with it interior designs do so, too. It is more than ever essential to create environments, where employees feel comfortable. Apart from a good payment and an interesting perspective it is the working environment

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    Innovation Station: Belgrade Design Week 2013

    Architonic

    17.07.2013

    Plugging in to Belgrade Design Week means a number of things. A high-calibre line-up of international speakers. Inspiring conversations and encounters. And a lot of parties. The Serbian capital shows how it’s done.

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    From a Great Height

    Dominic Lutyens

    11.07.2013

    As ever-taller skyscrapers increasingly dominate the urban landscape, London-based architecture and design journalist Dominic Lutyens asks how designers can push the boundaries of interiors ever further upwards.

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    Sleeping Around: contemporary hotel design checks in

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    09.07.2013

    With an increase in international travel predicted for 2013, on the heels of a rebound for hoteliers last year, the hotel industry is looking more than ever for ways to make the visitor experience a memorable and profitable one. Enter striking

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    Architonic is now on Google’s Field Trip app

    Architonic

    04.07.2013

    Architonic has been invited to partner up with Field Trip, Google’s location-experience app that alerts you to interesting stuff in your general vicinity. Smartphone users will now be able to locate the best architectural projects nearby –

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    10 Years of Architonic: Part I

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    03.07.2013

    Architonic isn't just a virtual showcase of products and materials. It's an international community, made up of real people. This year sees ten years of Architonic, so we asked some of our valued members, partners and friends to say a few words about

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    Materials Council: activity update

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    19.06.2013

    Materials Council has been busy. Founded in partnership with Architonic in 2012, the leading London-based consultancy has proved in a mere nine months its expertise and relevance to architects, manufacturers and business, providing indispensable

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    “We think totally offline”

    Kornel Ringli

    11.06.2013

    Tobias Lutz and Nils Becker came unstuck with their first start-up. Their second ranks among the biggest online research platforms for architecture and design. This year sees Architonic celebrate its tenth year in business, while making the leap to

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    The Heat is On: Latin American Design hits New York

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    08.06.2013

    As the world's busiest revolving door, New York is no stranger to new cultural sights and influences. This year's New York Design Week saw a raft of Latin American designers and design collectives exhibit their highly polished and conceptually

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    Points in Space: (Contemporary) exercises in inscribing the ...

    Valentina Ciuffi

    04.06.2013

    Small works of architecture – from Canada, US and Mexico, to Norway, Chile and Sicily – are appearing across the planet on the basis of new design practices and attitudes. Journalist Valentina Ciuffi explores.

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    ICFF 2013: The New York Review

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    28.05.2013

    With economic contraction giving way in the US to a period of sustained growth, it’s little surprise that this year’s ICFF in New York – under new management – was the most confident edition in some time. Architonic, which is strategically

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    London Calling: May Design Series 2013

    Alyn Griffiths

    28.05.2013

    There's strength in numbers. A new date in the international design-expo calendar – The May Design Series – has successfully brought together and revitalised two pre-existing specialist fairs, creating an impressive showcase for high-end

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    Sounding Out: room acoustics make themselves heard

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    28.05.2013

    When was the last time a building won an award for the way it sounds? Architecture, and by extension society, has long privileged the visual over the aural. Yet a number of architects are starting to think and design in a more complete sensory way,

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    Yes We Can: debating the future of American design

    David Sokol

    14.05.2013

    A recent panel discussion at Washington DC’s International Design Festival got to grips with the somewhat provocative question, “What Happened to American Design?”, the implication being it doesn't enjoy the singular, coherent identity of other

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    Only Connect: Belgrade Design Week 2013

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    10.05.2013

    In eight short years, Belgrade Design Week has put the Serbian capital on the creative map, playing annual host to an unmissable pow-wow of the finest creative minds around.

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    Go West: Architonic strengthens its presence in North ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    07.05.2013

    With an expanded North American sales team, a bigger presence at this year's ICFF in New York, and two brand-new apps – 'Best American Design Brands' and 'Best Canadian Design Brands' – Architonic has gone all transatlantic.

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    The Grand Hotel: The Bourgeois Dream of an Aristocratic ...

    Klaus Leuschel

    25.04.2013

    Journalist Klaus Leuschel provides a crash course in, and a guided tour of, grand hotels, and how even design excellence in the five-star tradition is of no avail when the quality of hospitality does not match it.

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    Lux Redux: Euroluce 2013 – Part II

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    23.04.2013

    Need more light in your life? The second part of Architonic's survey of high-end lighting design from this year's Euroluce fair in Milan should provide the illumination you're looking for.

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