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Bathrooms and kitchens: classic and modern design from Iris Ceramica

02-10-2018

Bathrooms and kitchens: classic and modern design from Iris Ceramica

Floor and wall coverings inspired by traditional materials such as fabrics, rocks and cements are just a few of the choices offered by Iris Ceramica in 2019, for contemporary design offering the utmost comfort and customisation in the home, combining a soft colour palette with bolder hues to suit all styles of interior design

SapienStone: aesthetics and innovation of kitchen countertops

28-08-2018

SapienStone: aesthetics and innovation of kitchen countertops

Porcelain stoneware is the best possible solution for kitchen countertops, from both a technical and an aesthetic point of view. SapienStone creates the best countertops for contemporary kitchens, with a variety of colours ranging from stone effect to marble and concrete. Non-absorbent and resistant to high temperatures and scratches, the countertops by SapienStone allow their users to focus on the cooking of their daily meals

Vatican Chapels: a visit to the Holy See pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia

16-08-2018

Vatican Chapels: a visit to the Holy See pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia

We are today continuing our visit to Vatican Chapels, the Holy See pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of Biennale di Venezia. It is a scattered pavilion, composed of ten chapels and an entrance pavilion, hosted by the Giorgio Cini Foundation in the park of the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, in Venice.

The Holy See pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia

15-08-2018

The Holy See pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia

For the first time, the Holy See will take part in the International Architecture Exhibition of Biennale di Venezia, with a special pavilion created on the isle of San Giorgio Maggiore. Ten important architects were invited to design ten chapels inspired by the “Woodland Chapel” by Erik Gunnar Asplund. The Electa catalogue narrates their paths and the outcomes.

Niall McLaughlin Architects, The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Oxford

14-08-2018

Niall McLaughlin Architects, The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Oxford

Niall McLaughlin Architects studio designed a new structure for the Worcester College, a garden provided with a theatre, learning spaces and a dance studio. For this project, the architects took in great account the design of Freespaces, i.e. the open spaces among the different structures of the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre.

Westway Architects Villa Tortuga a dream home in Sardinia

01-08-2018

Westway Architects Villa Tortuga a dream home in Sardinia

Westway Architects designed a dream home in Sardinia. The home is built amidst the Mediterranean scrub on a ridge overlooking Marinella Gulf, with a splendid panoramic view over the Emerald Coast. The interiors were designed in collaboration with London studio Todhunters Earle Interiors.

Gerner Gerner Plus House by The Sea in Crete

25-07-2018

Gerner Gerner Plus House by The Sea in Crete

Gerner Gerner Plus’s project fits perfectly into its natural surroundings on a lot set on a gentle slope, with the mountains behind it and the blue sea of Crete in front: a house from which to enjoy a spectacular 180° panoramic view over the sea.

Mount Herzl Memorial Hall, an aluminium brick building by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

08-06-2018

Mount Herzl Memorial Hall, an aluminium brick building by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

A building dug into Mount Herzl, with a concrete outer dome and an aluminium brick inner dome

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