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Industrial Luxe: a romance between industrial textures and indulgence

The Industrial Luxe revival range takes inspiration from seasonal palettes of AW17 and juxtaposes it with the retro glamour of the 1970s era. Merging the lines between indoor and outdoor living, the Industrial Luxe murals create layers of intrigue by incorporating outdoor textures within interior settings.As part of the homage to the Mid Century Modern trend, Murals Wallpaper is excited[Read More]

KUP lamp are Available in Black, and Luxurious Gold and Copper Finishes by Tim Brauns for B lux

Tim Brauns designs KUP, a new LED modular lighting system, for B.lux. B.lux’s new LED modular lighting system is the work of designer Tim Brauns, who has become a regular collaborator of the Basque manufacturer. It is a suspension system called KUP that can be used to create multiple modular compositions and adapted to all[Read More]

Hanging Wooden Lamps Can Be Combined to Create larger sculptural lamp

Architects Alessandro Mattei and Caterina Naglieri of Italian studio Plato Design, have a collection of concrete and wood magnetic lamps named TWELVE, that can be used individually or combined to make a larger sculptural lamp. The collection, which includes both table and pendant lights made from concrete or wood, is named after its dodecahedron shape, which was achieved by using[Read More]

TETRIS TABLES : Table That Fits The Needs

TETRIS TABLES : Table That Fits The Needs The Tetris Table is designed for people to bring it together. Beijing studio ‘People’s Industrial Design Office’ has developed a set of tables that can be separated, then be rearranged and slotted back together in any configuration the user wishes. These tables were designed to “accommodate the[Read More]

Make Interiors Iconic With Mandala Art

Make Interiors Iconic With Mandala art form Buddhism and Hinduism introduced the world to the delicately detailed beauty of Mandala art – the intricate illustrations that symbolise the universe. Atrafloor has been inspired by this incredibly influential symbol to create a calming collection of Mandala pattern flooring designs. Universal Design Featuring labyrinth-like geometric patterns, a Mandala (मण्डल) is a piece[Read More]

Chair That Transforming From a Backed Chair to a Stool

Chair That Transforming From a Backed Chair to a Stool. Despite being highly utilitarian, it’s beautifully constructed. Birchwood with its natural fragrance and light color gives it a Scandinavian look with wood grains detail thanks to the natural processing. Additionally, the strong padding is obtained using field fabric, with a thick and consistent texture, made[Read More]

The City Sign “My Dubai” by Apical Reform

The City Sign by Apical Reform In January 2012 Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, launched the social media hashtag #MyDubai, inviting the Emirate’s residents and visitors to write the social media biography of the city. Since then, across the various social media platforms, countless pictures and videos have[Read More]

Organically Shaped Plywood Shelves

The designer’s description The Ply Shelves are an apparently simple design, which is more complicated under the surface. Resembling the conventional wall mounted bracket shelf system, this design morphs these separate entities into a singular, yet variable thickness shelf. The brackets are spaced at sixteen inches on center in order to align with wall studs. Between these[Read More]