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  1. Koi is on the menu at Izakaya Munich

    Koi is on the menu at Izakaya Munich

    LZF’s Koi pendant is a surreal and ethereal addition to IZAKAYA Asian Kitchen & Bar in Munich where its glowing form floats above the communal dining table. The sculptural pendant is a dramatic and decorative light, a wood-veneer creature designed by Inocuo The Sign and LZF Lab. It’s a fitting choice for this modern Japanese restaurant as the koi carp...
  2. EDEN designer, Bart Lens receives Lifetime Achievement Award

    EDEN designer, Bart Lens receives Lifetime Achievement Award

    Congratulation to Bart Lens for winning the Henry van de Velde Lifetime Achievement Award 2017, which was presented in Brussels on 30 January 2018. Lens is a Flemish architect and designer who has created some of EDEN Design’s most evocative and functional lighting pieces. The Henry van de Velde Lifetime Achievement Award is given to a designer or design studio...
  3. Latest Releases from IMM Cologne, Maison Objet and Stockholm Furniture Fair.

    Latest Releases from IMM Cologne, Maison Objet and Stockholm Furniture Fair.

    The European furniture fair season is in full swing with IMM Cologne, Maison&Objet and Stockholm Furniture Fair giving us a preview of what to expect this year. Here are just some of the latest releases from a few of our favourite brands. Artifort unveiled its updated Mare sofa collection at IMM Cologne. Designed by René Holten in 2003, the Mare...
  4. Design of the times: Sebastian Herkner

    Design of the times: Sebastian Herkner

    Sebastian Herkner is making his name designing for EMU and Sancal, with furniture driven by needs and his observations of nature. German-born Herkner studied product design at Offenbach University of Art and Design where he explored how to combine new technologies with traditional craftsmanship to highlight the beauty of materials and attention to detail. He interned at Stella McCartney in...
  5. The EMU Vetta chair is now at KE-ZU

    The EMU Vetta chair is now at KE-ZU

    EMU has been designing and manufacturing outdoor furniture since the 1960s and its legacy is punctuated by such greats as the mid-century Rio and more recent Ronda chairs. Now EMU’s Vetta Chair continues to capture the essence of outdoor living with its classic deck chair design. Vetta Chair is by Alfredo Chiaramonte and Marco Marin of ChiaramonteMarin Design Studio. The...
  6. Vondom’s Curvado Planter transformed by mosaic artist Orodé Deoro

    Vondom’s Curvado Planter transformed by mosaic artist Orodé Deoro

    Milanese mosaic designer Orodè Deoro has transformed Vondom’s Curvado planter with a hand-cut ceramic coating for an exhibition at Chemin des Arts in Chartres, France. At 180 centimetres in height, the planter is taller than the artist and features a woman’s face and upper body at the front, and a parrot at the back. Created by Deoro and his brother...
  7. 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 variety of outstanding products that we can certainly attest to...
  8. 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 building, Kisumé is a moody, sleek and understated space, like an...
  9. Say Hola to MUT Design

    Say Hola to MUT Design

    MUT Design is a Spanish practice that’s redefining the design of everyday objects. Creating distinctive and surprising pieces for brands such as Sancal and Expormim, MUT Design’s products have an unmistakable identity. Founded by Alberto Sánchez in 2010, MUT Design is a multidisciplinary team of designers that seek to offer a fresh take on the everyday by finding new forms...
  10. KE-ZU welcomes back an Icon: Artifort Ribbon Chair returns to our Sydney Showroom.

    KE-ZU welcomes back an Icon: Artifort Ribbon Chair returns to our Sydney Showroom.

    Artifort’s Ribbon Chair is a design classic that is as captivating today as when Pierre Paulin designed it in 1966. Like all of Paulin’s seating, it blends invention and industrial innovation with the exploration of comfort and organic forms. Born in France in 1927, Paulin grew up in the northwest city of Laon and from an early age was inspired...

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