Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • Be our guest: Andreu World Brandy chair

    Be our guest: Andreu World Brandy chair

    With its enveloping form, Andreu World’s Brandy chair works as effortlessly in the boardroom as it does in a living room or waiting room. Brandy is a highly versatile collection of armchairs and lounge chairs that feature an embracing and comfortable design. Designed by Barcelona-based Lievore Altherr Molina, Brandy reflects the mul...
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  • Luxe Workplace: The New Work Project

    Luxe Workplace: The New Work Project

    A noticeable trend in commercial projects is to combine hospitality and workplace design principles to create highly functional office spaces imbued with the sophistication of a hotel. The New Work Project in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, has jumped on this movement, creating what the design team describes as “a design-led, service-orient...
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  • Have you voted for Interior Design’s BoY awards?

    Have you voted for Interior Design’s BoY awards?

    Voting for Interior Design’s Best of Year awards closes on 16 October. We’ve placed our votes. Have you? Interior Design’s Best of Year awards ceremony honours the most significant work of the year, and recognises the designers, architects and manufacturers that created them. Five KE-ZU brands are nominated this year with a va...
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  • Behind the Design: Mariví Calvo, co-founder and creative director of LZF

    Behind the Design: Mariví Calvo, co-founder and creative director of LZF

    Blurring the lines of sculpture and utility, LZF’s lighting forms are imaginative and rhythmic. Meet co-founder and creative director of LZF, Mariví Calvo, who has made a career combining artistic and avant-garde methods. Spanish-born Calvo has an eclectic, creative background as an artist. In the early 1990s, while living in Pari...
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  • Kisumé by Wood Marsh Architecture and Fabio Ongarato Design

    Kisumé by Wood Marsh Architecture and Fabio Ongarato Design

    Manhattan meets Melbourne at Kisumé, the Lucas Group’s newest hospitality venue designed by Wood Marsh Architecture with interiors by Fabio Ongarato Design. Kisumé means “a pure obsession with beauty,” and it is evident throughout the Flinders Lane restaurant and bar. Spread across three levels of a former 1950s office buildi...
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