Unusual Wall Paneling of Wooden Parquet at Igniv Restaurant

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After the success of Milan Design Week – Biscuit designed by Patricia Urquiola for Listone Giordano, conquers Europe with a beautiful project in Switzerland – Igniv Restaurant at Bad Ragaz Grand Resort.

The Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola has taken her cues from the restaurant’s name – which means nest in Rhaeto-Romanic, one of Switzerland’s official languages – to mix brass, leather, golden hued table bases, and stone with an unusual wall paneling of wooden parquet by flooring company Listone Giordano. In a cozy setting, with a vaulted ceiling and an open fire, the designer created wood paneling using Biscuit that increases the sense of warmth and privacy, in a skillful mix of history and contemporary.

The duet of tradition and innovation creates eye-catching solutions that could stand alone as furnishing systems, much more than simple flooring. These collections exalt architectural design, adding innovation to the warmth and texture of wood. The collection centers on rediscovering the decorative power of parquet and the quintessentially feminine trait of softness expressed in rounded, curved blocks and a slight embossing of the surface. The patterns – regular lengthwise, inlay, mosaics or herringbone – do not differ enormously from the classic wooden floor options, but the size and the rounded tips of the wooden boards produce an entirely new look. Biscuit is made of French oak. The wooden strips can be assembled in six different patterns and used for flooring and high impact wall cladding.

 

[Source:- Interirozine]

 

LIQUID Wall Mirrors by Taeg Nishimoto

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LIQUID is a series of wall mirrors that play with optical textures by Taeg Nishimoto. Partially distressed circular mirror is imbedded into the cast concrete disk with pigments that document the flow of concrete while poured into the mold. The combination of flowing patterns of pigmented concrete and the distressed part of the mirror creates a new layer to the presence of mirror in space as well as to the act of looking into the mirror. The pre-distressed circular mirror is placed at the bottom of the circular mold in which the concrete is poured. Different consistencies of concrete with various amount of pigments are prepared before the pouring.

First, the concrete with the most amount of pigment is poured, then gradually the concrete with less pigment and different liquidity is poured in. The concrete with no pigment is the last pour. The release agent is randomly applied to the bottom surface of the mold to provide conditions in which the pigmented concrete react to the agent in an unexpected manner. When the concrete is cured and taken off from the mold, the surface is treated with sealer.
The location and the direction of a sequential pour of the liquid state of concrete determine the final outcome of the pattern on the surface.

 

 

[Source:- Interiorzine]

 

Unusual Wall Paneling of Wooden Parquet at Igniv Restaurant

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After the success of Milan Design Week – Biscuit designed by Patricia Urquiola for Listone Giordano, conquers Europe with a beautiful project in Switzerland – Igniv Restaurant at Bad Ragaz Grand Resort.The Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola has taken her cues from the restaurant’s name – which means nest in Rhaeto-Romanic, one of Switzerland’s official languages – to mix brass, leather, golden hued table bases, and stone with an unusual wall paneling of wooden parquet by flooring company Listone Giordano. In a cozy setting, with a vaulted ceiling and an open fire, the designer created wood paneling using Biscuit that increases the sense of warmth and privacy, in a skillful mix of history and contemporary.

The duet of tradition and innovation creates eye-catching solutions that could stand alone as furnishing systems, much more than simple flooring. These collections exalt architectural design, adding innovation to the warmth and texture of wood. The collection centers on rediscovering the decorative power of parquet and the quintessentially feminine trait of softness expressed in rounded, curved blocks and a slight embossing of the surface. The patterns – regular lengthwise, inlay, mosaics or herringbone – do not differ enormously from the classic wooden floor options, but the size and the rounded tips of the wooden boards produce an entirely new look. Biscuit is made of French oak. The wooden strips can be assembled in six different patterns and used for flooring and high impact wall cladding.

 

 
[Source:- Interiorzine]

Samsung now sells smart built-in home appliances like wall ovens

Samsung now sells smart built-in home appliances like wall ovens

Samsung sells smart home appliances like refrigerators and washers, but up until now, it never offered smart built-in appliances.

The South Korean company on Tuesday introduced a new line of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled wall ovens, cooktops, and range hoods. These appliances, which will be available starting in November, work with Samsung’s SmartThings Hub, which lets you connect and remotely control all of your smart products from one place. The new line is expensive, but we’re sure there are premium consumers out there who are interested.

Prices will range from $1,100 for the cooktops and range hood to $4,000 for the double wall oven. There are double- and single-wall ovens that cost between $2,199 to $3,999. With them, you can control and monitor your cooking food from your phone. The gas cooktops cost between $1,199 to $1,699, while the electric are $1,099 to $1,499, and the induction ones are $2,099 to $2,499.

The smart range hoods cost between $1,099 to $1,299, you can sync them with the cooktops. You’ll of course need to do a bit of home remodeling in order to outfit your house with these appliances, which will further increase your total.

But if you’re up for the expense and challenge, Samsung’s new built-in products should suit your needs.

 

 


[Source:- pocket-lint]

THE LIGHTING’S ON THE WALL

Gabby Deeming’s selection of bathroom wall lights illuminates a magical, watery garden

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1 Brass and glass ‘R W Atlas Wall Mounted Double Arm Sconce‘ (burnished nickel), 8.7 x 36 x 17cm, £1,022, from Waterworks. 2Nickel and glass ‘Art Deco‘, 27 x 20 x 13cm, €1,755, fromVolevatch. 3 Brass and glass ‘Totnes‘ (nickel), 28 x 11 x 21cm, £396, from Vaughan. 4 Brass and glass conical shade ‘Dalby‘ (nickel and clear glass), 36 x 15 x 20cm, £378, fromDrummonds. 5 Brass and glass ‘Star Wall Sconce‘ (nickel with frosted tube), 32 x 22 x 16cm, £528, from Charles Edwards. 6Chrome-coated brass with card shade ‘Swing-Arm‘, 22.5 x 15 x 28cm, £82, from Tinsmiths. Bespoke hand-painted mural, ‘White Weeping Willow‘, 160cm square, from £850, by Catherine Cazalet Designs.

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1 Brass ‘Pop‘ (antique brass and distant blue), by Michael Amato, 12.5 x.12.5 x 4.5cm, $750, from The Urban Electric Co. 2 Brass and glass ‘Purbeck‘, 23 x 9.5 x 9cm, £539, from Besselink & Jones. 3 Gunmetal ‘Right Angle Round Exterior Bracket Light‘, 25 x 31 x 47cm, £299, from Davey Lighting. 4 Brass and glass ‘Bathroom Wall Bowl‘ (aged brass and garnet red glass), 12 x 14 x 20cm, £450, from Curiousa & Curiousa. 5 Brass ‘Leila‘ (aged brass), 20 x 13 x 17cm, £475; with bespoke shade, £69 excluding fabric; both from Balineum. Shade fabric, ‘Folly‘ (burnt orange), by Veere Grenney, linen, £150 a metre, from Tissus d’Hélène. 6Brass and glass ‘Chestnut With Cube Shade‘ (distressed gilt lacquer), 28 x 13 x 20cm, £948, from Charles Edwards. 7 Brass ‘Bedford Library Style Swing Arm‘, 10.8 x 15.4 x 45.6cm, £759, from Balineum. Bespoke hand-painted mural, ‘Blue Leaves on Blue‘, 210 x 160cm, from £850, by Catherine Cazalet Designs.

Natalie Dinham

1 Powder-coated steel and glass ‘Calvi‘ (black), 28 x 15 x 20cm, £151, from Holloways of Ludlow. 2 Ceramic and glass ‘Arin Double Wall Light‘ (black), 7 x 30 x 10cm, £135, from Graham and Green. 3 Powder-coated steel ‘No 304‘ (black satin), by D C W Editions, 17.5 x 14 x 29, £284, from SCP. 4 Marble ‘Marmoreal Wall Light’, by Max Lamb, 50 x 9 x 5cm, £4,200, from Dzek. 5 Copper and stainless steel ‘Small Waterfall‘ (nickel), 35 x 20 x 7.6cm, £1,374, from Porta Romana. 6 Brass and glass ‘Coolie Straight Arm‘ (bronze), 24 x 22.5 x 26cm, £427, fromHector Finch. Bespoke hand-painted mural, ‘White Trees‘, 210 x 160cm, from £850, by Catherine Cazalet Designs.

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Wall Covering Focused on Forms and Textures

Natucer‘s new collections of floor and wall coverings focused on forms, effects of textures and details, where the value of creativity and technological innovation create unique products. Creation collection is a series of tiles that offer many compositional possibilities thanks to its rectangular and hexagonal formats, volumes and micro-textures that create subtle sets of proportions and reliefs on the walls.

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[Source:- Interiorzine]

MisuraEmme Wall System

All MisuraEmme designs are original “made in Italy” creations. They represent an attentive monitoring of market trends and changes; well-rounded products with exclusive quality as their main ambition, permeated with the company’s tenacious enthusiasm and manufactured directly on our premises-part of a tested balance between the performance capacities typical of serial production and stylistic flair of a true designer.

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 [Source:- Interiorzine]