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Artemide lights up FICO
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Artemide lights up FICO

Data Pubblicazione: 19 December 2017

Artemide lights up FICO Eataly World, the world’s largest food park with an area of 100,000 square meters to focus on biodiversity and the art of transformation of Italian cuisine. The facility was opened recently in Bologna.

Relying on its expertise, the famous lighting company has approached this project with the idea of adding character and variety to the spaces, while responding to functional and decorative needs: FICO is composed of various areas for the promotion and sale of excellent Italian products, alongside restaurants, cafes and theme zones.

Artemide has created specific solutions for each area, in dialogue with the architecture and natural light. Different atmospheres and luminous choreographies accompany visitors, shaping the perception and use of the various spaces.

 

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Worldwide hospitality
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Worldwide hospitality

The contract collections by Listone Giordano have been selected for two exclusive hotels: The Warehouse Hotel of Singapore and The Fontenay Hamburg in Germany
Data Pubblicazione: 18 December 2017

The high-end wooden surfaces of the contract system by Listone Giordano are based on a series of projects that generate special custom productions in close collaboration with leading international contractors and architecture firms.

The collections stand out for their proportions, thicknesses, finishes and surface treatments, types of wood and construction techniques, offering precise, high-quality solutions for a wide range of market segments. Specialized staff provide advanced consulting services for a qualified interface between the company and the world of design.

The latest creations include The Warehouse Hotel, a boutique hotel on the banks of the Singapore River. Built on the site of former industrial warehouses from the late 1800s, the hotel is the result of careful regeneration conducted by the architecture firm Asylum. The rooms are like urban lofts in which Listone Giordano surfaces are perfectly in line with the concept in terms of color, texture and image.

The Fontenay, on the shores of the Alster Lake in Hamburg, by the studio Störmer Murphy and Partners, stands out for its sculptural design based on the idea of three interlocking circles. The floors of the rooms and suites are made with Listone Giordano oak, in an exclusive geometric pattern.

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East and West
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East and West

Data Pubblicazione: 15 December 2017

Oriental charm and high-quality Italian ceramics come together in a residential complex in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where the unusual chromatic effects of the Trace collection by Ceramiche Caesar have been selected for the floors of the indoor and outdoor pool created by the architect Vincenzo Provenzano.

The metal-effect porcelain stoneware in the Mint color, with the sizes 60×60 and 30×30 cm, together with custom pieces and the Cover 30×60 cm pattern, give the outdoor spaces a crafted look and an extremely modern, cosmopolitan image at the same time.

 

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Move Your Time
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Move Your Time

Meneghello Paolelli creates an adjustable clock for Guzzini: on a table or shelf, on the wall, or suspended from the ceiling

60 minutes and 180 degrees for a perfect gift idea
Data Pubblicazione: 14 December 2017

A object with a simple design that offers three different usage options.

Move Your Time is the result of the first collaboration between the design studio Meneghello Paolelli Associati and Guzzini.

This is a universal directional clock with minimal lines, featuring a system that enables it to adapt to any decor requirements.

The unit can be suspended thanks to a cable that threads inside the ring at the top of the clock; it can be placed on a surface or hung from the wall, and adjusted in different directions thanks to a mechanism that provides stability and mobility at the same time.

The designers Sandro Meneghello and Marco Paolelli explain: “In this first product for Guzzini we wanted to play with clean, essential lines, and the timeless combination of white and black. This decorative object can be discreetly inserted in any context, granting the user the possibility of using it in any way desired. It becomes a multifunctional decorative accessory.”

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