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PEF (Product Environmental Footprint) for Ceramiche Keope
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PEF (Product Environmental Footprint) for Ceramiche Keope

Data Pubblicazione: 12 July 2017

Ceramiche Keope of Gruppo Concorde is the world’s first company in the porcelain stoneware sector to obtain certification of its PEF (Product Environmental Footprint) statement.

The PEF for the calculation of environmental performance of products throughout their life cycle covers the whole chain of supply, production and use, from raw materials to manufacturing, utilization to disposal.

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English style
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English style

Refined bathrooms by Devon&Devon for a typical London renovation project
Data Pubblicazione: 12 July 2017

Leinster Square is an architectural gem in London, in the Notting Hill district, protected by the National Heritage List for England.

The refined residences at the numbers 7-12 have been completely renovated by Alchemi Group with Studio L and TateHindle.

 

Studio L, guided by its founder Laura Marino, selected a series of pieces by Devon&Devon to furnish the bathrooms of the small villas.

 

 

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Excellence Made in Italy
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Excellence Made in Italy

Data Pubblicazione: 12 July 2017

The Oko Buildings, the two new facilities of Capital Group in the MIBC Moscow City complex, have been created by two excellent firms of “Made in Italy”: Iosa Ghini Associati, for the project and the interior design, and Margraf, for the supply of fine marble and natural stone.

The structure, with a 6-story base, is organized as two towers: a residential building with 85 floors and an office building with 49.

Margraf is the protagonist of the interiors with 1500 square meters of floors in polished walnut travertine, and 1150 square meters of brushed Venghè marble, to enhance the main wall and the reception counter at the entranc

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Green boutique hotel
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Green boutique hotel

Data Pubblicazione: 11 July 2017

Benci House is a hotel created inside the medieval walls of the historical center of Florence, with four rooms entirely handmade by specialized craftsmen with local woods.

 

Each room has a different color and theme, depending on the type of wood: walnut, chestnut, cypress and oak transmit four different olfactory sensations.

 

The Shui Comfort collection by Paolo D’Arrigo for Ceramica Cielo has been chosen in the Arenaria finish for the bathrooms. 

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