Scandinavian Design

SHINES BRIGHT AT DESIGNJUNCTION IN LONDON
 
Between September 20 and 27, the British capital was the setting for the London Design Festival, with several design and interior decoration fairs organised at the same time as part of the event. 

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Small Kitchens

Kitchens are unique areas within a home. They bring back memories of unforgettable moments to us all and therefore require special dedication to become the setting for future memories.

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Top Garden

ELEGANCE AND COMFORT

Living in the South of Spain means living outdoors all year round. This privilege makes paying special attention to the decoration of outdoor spaces a must, in order to increase the feeling of wellbeing.

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Piet Mondrian

THE NEOPLASTICISM IN ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
 
In his abstract phase, being the inaugural pillar of this artistic movement along with Kazimir Malevich and Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, one of Holland’s most prominent painters,

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A Real Autumnal Adagio

TARGET POINT ADOPTS PANTONE COLOURS

Traditionally, in their annual report, Pantone has revealed the trending colours for this autumn Desert Sage, a cool and soothing greenish gray, is the starting point of the Fall 2015 palette, which leans towards being androgynous, without forgetting the Marsala, a reddish brown which is the colour of the year.

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Le Corbusier

 

“With full hands i have received: with full hands i give”
 
August 27 marked half a century since the death of Charles Édourad Jeanneret-Gris, visionary architect, engineer, modernism theorist, designer and painter, who went down in history with the nickname Le Corbusier. 

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A great flame follows a little spark

 
Dante Alighieri (“Poca favilla, gran fiamma seconda” – Paradiso I,34)
 
Vanixa – Italian Home Flame is the exclusive interior design brand inspired by “decorative flame”.

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Palau Güell

An emblem of catalan modernism
 
It was built between 1886 and 1890, a period which almost totally coincides with the architect’s Orientalist period. In 1969 it was declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument and since 1984 it has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage, within the ‘Works of Antoni Gaudi’ area.

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