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Design | 20 Feb 2018
About over a year after launching itself in Europe – at Maison&Object 2017 – we got to know Maison Dada’s collection for the present year, at Ambiente 2018
Design | 16 Feb 2018
It is the first time Karl Lagerfeld – who started to photograph in 1987, already produced several photography books and curated different exhibitions – collaborates with a furniture brand on a photographic project.
Design | 12 Feb 2018
In the market, the name Conde House stands for the mix between traditional Japanese craftsmanship and 21st century technology
Design | 30 Jan 2018
Déco assumes itself as a furniture collection for bathrooms, luxurious and escapist
ROOF X INSANE | 26 Jan 2018
Each time INSANE Luxury Design presents a collection to the world different stories come together. The designers’ stories, the craftsmen’s, the materials’, the places’ that surround them.
ROOF X INSANE | 19 Jan 2018
Landslide, Flume, Amethyst and Pebble are just some of the latest objects launched by INSANE Luxury Design in 2018 and revealed today at Maison&Objet, Paris, that goes until the 23rd of January.
ROOF X INSANE | 16 Jan 2018
There are no limits to creativity. The INSANE Luxury Design team is comprised of elements from different areas - from product design, architecture, to industrial and technical design.
Design | 15 Jan 2018
Galactica was thought out as a veiled tribute to Eileen Gray, an irish architect, visionary and eccentric, from the XIX century
ROOF X INSANE | 10 Jan 2018
New frontiers are conquered. A brand-new design concept arises, and ROOF Magazine closely follows the path of INSANE Luxury Design`s latest collection around the world. A story with several chapters. This is the first one.
Design | 21 Dec 2017
The innovative brand Barn In The City surprising with a new take on design, mixing aged barn wood with modern design and contemporary finishes
Design | 12 Dec 2017
HAY was founded, and keeps working, with a goal in mind: “to create contemporary furniture”, always attentive to the modern living
Interiors | 22 Nov 2017
What Iles proposes is that furniture is organized in formations called islands, instead of being against the walls as is usual, allowing a “multilateral access” to each piece in the space