The object is born from the will of simplifying, from a point of formal and productive view, the outdoor chair. The formal simplification has taken as geometry as theme, wanting to tell the zen gardens with a series of parallel lines, it exceeds a very elementary form but at the same time balanced and almost slask. Simplifying the object in line has given a hand to the elaboration of the mold for the realisation of the product. The product is constituted by a pressified aluminium molding that makes from the structure on which the legs made of a trafilate in aluminum are mechanically fixed.
Studio S bath and shower faucets and accessories showcase a fashion-forward geometric silhouette juxtaposed with minimalistic surface details. Bathroom sink faucet configurations include monoblock, widespread and vessel faucet configurations. Showering options include Pressure Balance and Thermostatic valve options, diverter trims, and a drenching 8-inch rain showerhead. Rounding out the collection are accessories including towel bars, a towel ring, robe hook and pivoting toilet paper holder.
The dynamic outline of this shelf system evokes the skyline of an urban landscape – spacious and massive at the bottom, broken and fragmented at the top, with a continuous horizontal base. Different configurations and dimensions are realized through the simple combining of the modules. Sfumato is a modular, stand-alone or wall shelf system for your small items. Those you want to exhibit or hide, either with a play of shadows or closed doors.
Haiku is a range of hoods that combine form, materials and performance. Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry characterized by a minimalist written form but rich in conceptual content and meaning. As the name suggests, the Haiku hoods epitomize simplicity of form yet offer a host of features which sit in complete harmony. Haiku is available in wall versions of 32, 60, 90 and 120 cm and in island versions of 32, 120, 180 cm.
NikolaTesla Switch is the latest induction cook-top with an integrated extraction system by Elica created to revolutionize the daily cooking experience and turn the point of view of the kitchen literally upside-down. Cooking and extraction are combined in a single unit where the search for harmony and maximum attention to detail, together with innovative functions and unique performance, produces the highest expression of technology and design. A central disk of glass and steel, completely flush with the cook top surface, cleverly conceals the extraction system.
Yet small with its two entrances and three distinct layers of arches that differ by depth, height and width, the Tianjin Vanke Jade Avenue Sales Center, located in the Qingxi district of Tianjin, China, was treated, from a lighting point of view, as a key project by taking advantage of the waterscape to virtually double its volume with a simple and functional lighting design which ensures that visitors are welcome in a space that has the potential to become part of their future housing compound.