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Vanceva® World of Colour Awards™ recognise the use of coloured glazing and Vanceva Color interlayers in architectural projects.
Designed by Maurizio Manzoni, the couch is characterised by metal feet forged by hand and upholstered armrests.
The furniture conceived for the SESC 24 de Maio cultural centre in São Paulo, designed by the Brazilian architect with MMBB, becomes a multifunctional collection for indoor and outdoor use.
Impasto, Curtain and Tapestry, part of the Lasvit Art Walls (LAW) collection, embellish interiors with surface finishes and multiple colour combinations.
Frigate, a project by designer András Kerékgyártó, wins the If Design Award 2021. Sustainable and affordable, the chair is characterized by curved plywood features and the use of a special technology.
A former mechanical workshop dating back to the early 1900s has been transformed into a home integrating the best of ABB’s solu¬tions in terms of comfort, security and energy efficiency.
The latest addition to the Admiral range is Geco, a 55-metre charter super yacht that was launched in June.
The Italian company Starpool, thanks to its industrial process, makes possible the purchase of modular and standardized spa structures, without the need for a custom design.
The cellar, part of the LG luxury appliances line, helps to maintain the right temperatures and optimise the humidity levels of wine. Partner of the project, wine critic James Suckling.
The 170 square metre space designed by architect Igor Tyunin uses Tyrolean brand’s wooden products, playing with surfaces and material contrasts.
Presented ad Milano Design Days Fucina presents a new design project born from the collaboration with Japanese designer Keiji Takeuchi: an object that looks simple but hides the complexity of a sculpture.