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  • Smådalarö Gård Spa & Hotel von La Riggiola | Manufacturer references
    am Juli 2, 2022 um 4:25 pm

    The Smådalarö Spa & Hotell is an institution of the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, tracing its roots as far back as 1810. The house is inspired by the Italian 18th century villas, and in 2021 it went through an extensive renovation. La Riggiola's handmade tiles contribute significantly to create the elegant, timeless interiors of this exquisite place: the sober white and blue patterned tiles in all bathrooms, with a certified non slippery glaze on the floors, together with the deep bottle green monochrome tiles in the SPA clearly reveal their handcrafted character, giving all interiors their uniqueness and beauty. At La Riggiola we use to say that our tiles can speak many languages, as it is quite evident in this project: the Architects were here able to perfectly combine the minimalism of Scandinavian interiors and the richness and warmth of the Mediterranean tradition. Koncept. Arkitekter Sabis AB

  • La Minervetta von La Riggiola | Manufacturer references
    am Juli 2, 2022 um 4:25 pm

    The Hotel La Minervetta was built in the 1950's and overlooks the fishing village of Marina Grande in Sorrento, Italy. When it was restored in 2006 the owner decided to maintain the original Mediterranian design language and decided to fill the hotel to the brim with our handpainted tiles from Vietri Sul Mare, in a tasteful mix of both monochrome and decorated designs. La Riggiola's handmade glazes and tiles provided La Minervetta with a chance to customize their interior even further, and enabled them to have a truly handcrafted feel to their own choices of patterns and colours. The result is a perfect mix of Mediterranian culture combined with the modernist take already present in the original 1950's architecture. Marco De Luca

  • Orangeri Vansta Trädgård von La Riggiola | Manufacturer references
    am Juli 2, 2022 um 4:25 pm

    La Riggiola's world of patterns provides the perfect inspiration for many types of interiors. Our floreal and more organic patterns found for instance a perfect stage In the recent started cooperation with Vansta Trädgård in Stockholm, Sweden, who designs customised greenhouses and orangeries for their clients all over the world. The leaves, the colour and the soft lines in the pattern used in this project perfectly meet and melt together with the beautiful flora in the greenhouse, enhancing the light much like in the gardens on the Amalfi Coast, where our handpainted tiles were used for centuries. Vansta Trädgård Private Owner

  • FLUGT Refugee Museum of Denmark von BIG / Bjarke Ingels Group | Museums
    am Juni 29, 2022 um 9:00 pm

    The new Refugee Museum of Denmark, FLUGT, designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and exhibition designers Tinker Imagineers is officially inaugurated in the presence of Queen Margrethe II. Located at the site of Denmark’s largest Refugee camp from World War II, FLUGT, gives a voice and a face to refugees worldwide and captures the universal challenges, emotions, spirit and stories shared by displaced humans. Following the opening of Tirpitz Museum on the west coast of Denmark, FLUGT is BIG’s second museum for Vardemuseerne: a local institution dedicated to archaeology, dissemination, and collection of historical knowledge about the region. In close collaboration with engineers, Ingeniør’ne and exhibition designers, Tinker Imagineers, BIG has adapted and extended one of the camp’s few remaining structures - a hospital building - into a 1,600 m2 museum. “FLUGT - Refugee Museum of Denmark will share and uncover the stories of the largest refugee camp in Denmark as well as the story of…

  • Holiday Home Vielleichtnoch von STUDIO OINK | Living space
    am Juni 28, 2022 um 9:00 pm

    For the interior concept it was clear very early on which elements should play the main role: - The landscape surrounding the house and - Width / brightness / lightness The house should be a place to get together, live together and relax. Inside, it should be open, but also private. After the basic thoughts on the floor plan had been made by the building owner and the architecture firm agmm in Munich and the room layout had been determined, the central coloring elements such as walls and floors should be decided. White Douglas fir and gently plastered walls act as a calm base. The windows, which open to the "outside" like huge picture frames, form a subtle color scheme and playfully capture the surroundings. In the beginning, the builders didn't want much more color. However, it soon became clear that too much "gentleness" and "simplicity" could quickly tip into monotony. Individual elements and furniture should break up and loosen the calm background. For the kitc…


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  • Editor's Letter – June 2022 | News | Architonic
    am Juni 30, 2022 um 10:00 pm

    Water seems to have been a consistent theme over the past few weeks. Firstly in the form of a super-hot Milan Design Week. Both metaphorically and literally. As early-June temperatures soared in the capital of design and things took a turn for the perspirational, our inaugural <b><a href="https://www.architonic.com/en/story/james-wormald-the-daaily-bar-a-new-stage-at-milan-design-week-for-daaily-platforms/20270714">DAAily bar</a></b> at Swiss Corner in Brera became the destination for thousands of A&D lovers looking for both liquid refreshment and refreshment for the mind. Beyond the thousand-plus guests who attended our party to help celebrate the union of Designboom, Architonic and ArchDaily, I’d personally like to thank everyone who pitched up to our Live Talks with some of the world’s leading creative practitioners and opinion-formers. Without you, it wouldn’t have been a dialogue. Missed our speakers? Fear not. You can catch up now by watching our insight-packed talks with <b><…

  • Transforming the office: the new Lares desk by Steelcase | News | Architonic
    am Juni 30, 2022 um 10:00 pm

    The biggest challenge for modern offices today is welcoming people back. Workers have found their own personal rhythms, and they just don’t want to return to a rigid, one-fits-all way of working. One solution to this is transforming offices into more flexible, creative and varied places. What if an office could be smoothly transformed into multiple scenarios – encouraging everything from convivial collaboration to solo focus – to keep everyone happy, whatever their work style? <a href=https://www.architonic.com/en/microsite/steelcase/3101474>Steelcase</a>, an expert in modern office design, is well positioned to help modern offices with this task. Named among the world’s leading brands on Fortune’s 2022 ‘World’s Most Admired Companies’ list in the Home Equipment and Furnishings category, Steelcase has been advising organisations on sectors such as business, education and health for over 100 years. With its new desk range, <a href=https://www.architonic.com/en/product/steelcase-lares-de…

  • DAAily bar Live Talk at Milan Design Week: Douglas Mandry | News | Architonic
    am Juni 29, 2022 um 10:00 pm

    The story of the memorable curtain brightening up the DAAily bar at Swiss Corner during Milan Design Week is about more than just its colourful, natural patterns. As the Swiss-born artist Douglas Mandry, creator of the work in collaboration with Bally and Christian Fischbacher, explained during his Live Talk alongside the installation at the DAAily bar, ‘My work is driven by the global change we’re facing, addressing issues of climate change and environmental c…

  • 'A Statement of Form' offers more than just hot air at Milan Design Week | News | Architonic
    am Juni 29, 2022 um 10:00 pm

    Legend has it that a thick fog caused married couple Angelo Campiglio and Gigina Necchi Campiglio from Pavia to get lost on the way to their hotel after an evening of opera at La Scala in Milan. As a result, they came across a building plot for sale in Via Mozart, and it was precisely here that the architect Piero Portaluppi built the now-famous Villa Necchi Campiglio for them and Gigina's sister Nedda. A good 90 years later, water vapour was again back in focus at this magical place – though this time in a more useful form. On the occasion of Milan Design Week, luxury kitchen appliance manufacturer <a href="https://www.architonic.com/en/microsite/gaggenau/3100496">Gaggenau</a> broke away from the idea of a classic product presentation in order to make the energy of steam perceptible and the soul of the company tangible with an interactive installation here in the middle of the metropolis. A real work of art for all the senses and one of the highlights of <a href="https://www.architoni…

  • Taking the camping spirit inside with Steelcase Work Tents | News | Architonic
    am Juni 29, 2022 um 10:00 pm

    Sometimes great design is a matter of recontextualisation, taking something that works in one place, adapting it and trying it somewhere else. <a href=https://www.architonic.com/en/microsite/steelcase/3101474>Steelcase</a>'s new Work Tents are an ingenious case in point. Connecting with nature has experienced a recent revival, and born-again campers have discovered that tent design has advanced radically over the last decade, making use of super-strong, super-light materials to create spacious and thoroughly inviting temporary shelters. Steelcase made their smart tangential leap following research into workplace privacy, and particularly the need for visual privacy, with the University of Wisconsin. The Steelcase Design team set out to create a solution that was portable, inexpensive, flexible and light. And as the team included a number of outdoor enthusiasts, familiar with the sense of safety and privacy a tent can offer, they had a clear direction of travel. The team reached out to


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  • 45 Best Kitchen Organization Ideas
    von Holly Antoine am Juni 30, 2022 um 12:00 pm

    Whether you’re a master chef or you’re the type that likes instant and easy meals, we can’t deny that preparing food in an organized and well-laid-out kitchen is the dream. Doing anything in a messy, cluttered space just leads to chaos and confusion. So if the kitchen is the heart of the home, let’s also You're reading 45 Best Kitchen Organization Ideas, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • 40 Raised Garden Bed Ideas That Won’t Break the Budget
    von Holly Antoine am Juni 22, 2022 um 4:07 pm

    Raised garden beds are a great idea for most gardens. They offer many benefits compared to planting a traditional garden in the ground. Raised garden beds are a great idea for those that have back problems or for keeping out pesky critters. The one disadvantage to a raised garden bed is that you have to You're reading 40 Raised Garden Bed Ideas That Won’t Break the Budget, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • 11 Colors That Go With Orange: How To Decorate With Orange
    von Holly Antoine am Juni 17, 2022 um 2:57 pm

    When you see orange you can’t help but think of bright and cheery thoughts — or pumpkins, you may think about pumpkins. But we are here to show you that you can use orange in your home and it doesn’t have to be fall or Halloween. The trick to working in orange in the home You're reading 11 Colors That Go With Orange: How To Decorate With Orange, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • Shop With the Stars – Celebrity Decor Lines We Love Right Now
    von Holly Antoine am Juni 8, 2022 um 7:42 pm

    When you thought celebrities couldn’t do it all, many of them have decided to dip their toes into the interior design pool. New celebrity decor lines are popping up all the time, and even though we are green with envy sometimes thinking about their massive mansions perfectly decorated,  we can’t help but gush over their You're reading Shop With the Stars – Celebrity Decor Lines We Love Right Now, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • 14 Colors That Go With Red: How To Decorate With Red
    von Holly Antoine am Juni 8, 2022 um 5:25 pm

    Oh, red. It’s such a tricky color to work with in the design world. Too much red can be overwhelming, and it’s even said that it can raise the heart rate. But red most certainly does have a place in the home when done correctly. The key to working with red is to pair it You're reading 14 Colors That Go With Red: How To Decorate With Red, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

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