google-site-verification=TD82lz0sXPU5nzs1TWKgEmx2j9dNGWApyodQ7kOelMU
Home / Spotlight

Spotlight

Grohe Wins The Red Dot Brand Of The Year Award

Defeating over 8,697 entries, Grohe won over the jury with its exceptional design, quality and remarkable consistency across different channels. In order to evaluate the diversity in the field of design in a professional manner, the Red Dot Design Award is separated into the three categories – Red Dot Award: Product Design, Red Dot Award: Brands …

0 comments

Villeroy & Boch Sets A New Standard In The Kitchen

As well as a selection of up to 16 different colours for its ceramic sinks, Villeroy & Boch also offers a diverse choice of kitchen tap fittings. Villeroy & Boch, for many years has focused on bringing colour in the kitchen. Along with the furniture, design, flooring and walls, the ambience in a kitchen is …

0 comments

Sustainable Modular Structures That Inspire

What if your home ‘annexe’ came flat-packed, delivered and immediately assembled in your back yard? No, it’s not an Ikea product, but an Icelandic husband-and-wife duo behind studio Minarc, who imbibed their ‘green’ culture to create , a sustainable, high functioning and flexible space (be it for an add-on guesthouse, an Airbnb rental, home office, …

0 comments

100% Design Celebrates 25 Years

The Inside Track provides a short preview of the exciting events at 100% Design’s 25th edition in London. The 2019 edition of the trade fair 100% Design marks its 25th anniversary, making it the largest and longest running design trade event for design professionals in the UK. First featured in 1994, 100% Design has ever …

0 comments

Genesis At Work

India’s foremost workspace furniture manufacturer, Featherlite has designed a revolutionary product that delivers ultra comfort and effectiveness in the work place. Featherlite is India’s largest manufacturer of commercial furniture providing state-of-the-art spatial design solutions for workspaces and offices across the institutional, healthcare and hospitality segments. Genesis, the answer to the essential requirement for acoustic comfort …

0 comments

What’s The Agenda In Paris?

Since 1995, MAISON&OBJET has been the world’s go to event for lifestyle, interior design and design industry professionals. From September 6-10, 2019, MAISON&OBJET will be turning the spotlight on a brand new theme: WORK! This season’s theme is all about the workplace revolution: new living spaces. Our changing connection with work, compelled by social change, …

0 comments

State-Of-The-Art Designer Bathrooms By Duravit

Duravit’s recently developed products for the ISH 2019 displays the company’s all encompassing attitude towards bathroom design. Duravit’s latest series beautifully highlights revolutionary bathroom trends to create designer spaces to aspire for. From matt white through to matt black, amalgamated with new finishes such as glass or metal, plus the digital networking of products unleashes …

0 comments

Whimsies Of Fornasetti

Stockholm’s gallery Artipelag pays homage to the eclectic oeuvre of Surrealist Italian designer Fornasetti. Sweden’s newest art mecca Artipelag in collaboration with Italian brand Fornesetti is currently showcasing the works of Surrealist Italian designer Piero Fornasetti through a six month long exhibition. Situated alongside the beautiful Stockholm Archipelago, Artipelag is a melting pot that brings …

0 comments

The Aga Khan Award For Architecture Winners Announced

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture not only rewards architects, but also identifies municipalities, builders, clients and other stakeholders who have played important roles in the realisation of a project. The Aga Khan Award for Architecture was established by the Aga Khan in 1977 to identify and encourage building concepts that successfully address the needs …

0 comments

IKEA’s Urban Village

IKEA’s SPACE10 and EFFEKT Architects propose a housing concept which responds to the escalating urban renewal phenomenon. With rapid urbanisation and climbing population rate, the overriding concern of current times is the density vis-a-vis liveability quotient. Countries like Singapore answer this issue with interconnected high-rises while even ‘low-rise high-density’ typology has been sufficiently explored around …

0 comments
Share