Directly from Andre Teoman Studio, an amazing and completely different table: the ‘kaleidoscope’. The main structure of this table is made of darkened oak with varnished finishing and the table legs can be made of brass, copper, aluminum or even other RAL lacquers.
This table’s surface is magical since it bursts in a rainbow of fractured, reflected light. “modeled after handheld kaleidoscopes, andré teoman studio adapted the technology to function within various domestic settings. made to excite an otherwise boring conference, or to create a magical ambience at the dinner table, ‘kaleidoscope’ is a beacon for attention”, we can read at DesignBoom.
André Teoman born in Viana do Castelo, Portugal in 1989, was raised between Viana do Castelo and Istanbul. Teoman took design classes in Viana do Castelo. Is experience it the world of puppetry and theater also had an effect on his the love for the fantasy world.
In 2012, he left his hometown for Porto to start working with several luxury design furniture brands such as Boca do Lobo and Koket, where he developed pieces like the Newton Dining Table, Piccadilly Cabinet or the Hypnotic Chandelier considered trends from many trendsetters.
He also won the Young Design International 2014 Award by the Light + Building Messe Frankfurt Fair. By the end of 2014, he left to start a new adventure…. his own studio that started in the beginning of 2015.
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Home Design Lovers, here we are again to show you another amazing project and furniture collection. Situated in the heart of Amsterdam, ‘the loft‘ is a specially curated interior space, developed by the designers at the playing circle and we felt in love by this incredible modern space.
“The pop-up showroom brings the products to live from their online catalog by displaying them together in a consistent, modern and homelike scene.” The naturally illuminated loft space, located on the third floor of the charming Vaudeville Theatre, “enhances the furniture, accessories, art pieces and curiosities that are exhibited.” We bet you agree.
Visiting DesignBoom, you can read: “The interactive showroom allows interested buyers and visitors to physically engage with the products in real life; to feel, smell, hear and visualize items in a potential interior environment. Simple elements like natural plants evoke the nature and bring a peaceful, cozy vibe to this loft.
Hope you love this contemporary loft and its refined furniture collection.
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MIXING THE OLD WITH THE NEW! Here’s a great trend!
And the interior designer/architect Rotem Guy knows it! He reimagined and transformed an antique house, blending old features with new furnishings.
This Israel house was originally built in 1951 for a jewish immigrant family from Libya. As typical of the residences built in those decade, the existing structure was a tiny unit, and as the family grew, the house was enlarged.
Guy preserved the abode’s central elements and did a great job! Leave us your comments! 🙂
Turns out that designboom has been invited to the hansgrohe factory in order to preview the new AXOR collection before it goes to ISH in frankfurt (that is just the world’s leading trade fair in the bathroom sector) and Home Design ideas is sharing the news with you.
“Philippe starck‘s collaboration with AXOR, designer brand of hansgrohe, has seen the french designer reshape the traditional aesthetic of the bathroom mixer through the introduction of softer shapes and flowing lines”, you can read here.
The designer, together with this bathroom design brand, has accomplished a design that brings forth a transparent and sculptural washbasin mixer, removing the gap between the functional and the emotional aspects of water at the washbasin.
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Swiss winters may be a little grey, but we found something that will add some color to the city. I am talking about an apartment, in Geneva, developed by the architects Leopold Banchini and Daniel Zamarbide. The concept is very unusual: everything can be seen.
It was conceived as a place for intimacy: the kitchen and the living room are connected with the bedroom by a window.
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