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New design trends: SapienStone countertops for the ideal customised kitchen

08-09-2020

New design trends: SapienStone countertops for the ideal customised kitchen

The latest kitchen design trends of autumn 2020 are oriented toward maximum practicality and optimisation of space. SapienStone’s full-body porcelain offers the ideal solution, guaranteeing resistance, durability and easy cleaning. Delicate and abounding in detail, the new Palladium Grey, Black Diamond and Piasentina collections add to SapienStone’s highly varied catalogue of proposals for the modern kitchen, appropriate for both classic and contemporary styles

Ultra Onici: the beauty and versatility of Ariostea maxi-slabs

23-06-2020

Ultra Onici: the beauty and versatility of Ariostea maxi-slabs

Living in an ideal environment, custom-tailored to our everyday needs, is the top priority of the best contemporary design. High-tech ceramic surfaces respond to technical and aesthetic requirements to create relaxing, comfortable custom-designed spaces. Their multitude of applications and the timeless beauty of the precious stone inspiring them allow Ariostea’s Ultra Onici surfaces to add to the potential of interior design, improving the quality of living spaces

Cosmic Marble: everyday living in an atmosphere of moons and planets

31-03-2020

Cosmic Marble: everyday living in an atmosphere of moons and planets

There are no limits to imagination and experimentation in the design of ceramic surfaces, as demonstrated by the Diesel Living with Iris Ceramica homestyle Cosmic Marble collection. The visual imagery associated with planets and satellites inspires refined surfaces in bright, vibrant colours which are nonetheless balanced and relaxing. The original marble effect is underlined by the presence of vivid brushstrokes of gold, adding brilliance to ceramic slabs

Trendy neutral colours: Fragmenta Full Body stone-effect surfaces

03-03-2020

Trendy neutral colours: Fragmenta Full Body stone-effect surfaces

The neutral colours and bold material textures of stone inspire the latest interior design trends. Trendy, refined stone finds new expressive solutions in Ariostea’s Fragmenta Full Body collection of porcelain surfaces. Appropriate for all kinds of styles and requirements, Fragmenta stands out for its subtle colour palette and irregular, dynamic composition

The living room, between traditional and contemporary

25-02-2020

The living room, between traditional and contemporary

Large sizes, original aesthetic effects and light as the key element in the home: these are only a few of the most important new developments in surface coverings for the living room made possible by the evolution of technical porcelain. Collections such as GranitiFiandre’s Hq.resin and Magneto translate the power of resins and cements into innovative architectural solutions combining the traditional with the contemporary in original and sustainable ways

Color Moods: customising the home with porcelain

20-03-2018

Color Moods: customising the home with porcelain

Color Moods’ harmony of neutral hues inspired by natural surfaces offers a vast range of opportunities for customising the home with Porcelaingres porcelain surfaces. States of mind and perceptions linked with colour come to life in a collection designed to thrill and express personal style and character

Antonella Bozzini. Still Life.

02-02-2018

Antonella Bozzini. Still Life.

Antonella Bozzini is a professional Italian photographer who specialises in still lifes. She crafts a collection of creative snapshots by applying her technique to objects and spaces both small and large, including architecture and interior design. The Italian photographer Antonella Bozzini graduated in photography from the European design institute (Istituto Europeo del Design - IED) in Milan and her dream was to follow in the footsteps of the great Robert Capa and become a photojournalist. But as John Lennon said, “life is what happens when you're busy making other plans” and in the '90s Antonella began working with Maurizio Rebuzzini as a still life photographer for the FotoGraphia magazine, until she opened her own photography studio. This formative background influences her approach to photography, regardless of the scale of the subject being portrayed because many of her images look more like paintings than photographs, which is a hallmark of still life photography.  The still life photography genre is used to represent inanimate subjects, most often small groups of objects. Its origins date back to the 17th-century tradition of Netherlandish art. In painting, "Vanitas" is another technical name to describe the still life genre. The word Vanitas is a more appropriate description of the philosophical nature of these deceptively simple images of compositions of objects from everyday life, as conceptual representations of the nature of time. Vanitas mainly refers to the transience of life, which Antonella Bozzini encapsulates in a snapshot that does more than just tell the story of the details to describe the specific mood of that moment in time in the photo. The fixed, immediate and instantaneous image that remains frozen therefore gives tangible proof that time is a collection of moments. This reflection is also inherent in food photography - that Antonella Bozzini discussed in her interview in the “Dress the kitchen” section of Floornature - where the photographer is forced to address the perishability of cooked food. A curious, bubbly person like her will, of course, never stop at just snapping shots of tasty culinary creations, so she also focuses on the world of interior design where she has found fertile ground for her visual narrative. Antonella Bozzini always starts from a clearly defined project concept because she wants to capture both the atmosphere of the location and the details of the interior design and finishes. This is precisely where Antonella Bozzini can really express her creative flair: her shots remind us of the small pleasures of life, like the delight of a tasty dish or the harmony of a space to spend your time in. These elements all risk being lost in our overly busy world where there is no room for wonder, or even for pondering on our fragile and beautiful existence, which is revealed to us through the attentive eye of this photographer. @chrisbuerklein Antonella Bozzini https://www.antonellabozzini.com/ Facebook Instagram

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