Interior Design

An absolute icon among folding chairs, Tripolina was designed by Joseph Beverly Fenby in Great Britain around 1855 for the officers employed in the British army, a model that he patented latter in 1877. It has a practical and straightforward aspect that offers a modern look and rare among sittings from the Nineteenth Century, which is intended to be the most privileged classes. 

The armchair and sofa model Chester was inspired by English clubs and countryside houses from the Edwardian era. 

The chair Wassily is the most representative and appreciative design of Marcel Breuer. When you are sitting on it, you get wrapped and suspended on its tubular structure made of steel. It is the modern representation of a club chair

Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the English protagonists in the design of the Twenties Century. After graduating from the School of Arts in Glasgow, he was commissioned by the editor Walter Blackie to design his Hill House at Helensburgh in Scotland. 

The familiar profile of the Chaise Longue LC4, model B306, associated with high design by Le Corbusier, dates back to 1928. It has originated from a concept of functional and domestic furnishings (a “machine to live in”), the chaise longue LC4 gives excellent attention to ergonomics and flexibility, with an adjustable headrest and the liberty of positioning as liked the sitting on the base. 

With this project, Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo created to experiment with the recently invented electric bulb. At the perfect time and place, new technology, science, and materials are sometimes happen to meet and successfully marry with an exciting and unusual idea of a designer, giving birth to new ingenious objects. It is how was created the Fortuny Moda floor lamp. The artist intuitively was exploring how to use indirect lighting to transform a scene and create new dimensions of light and shadow, increasing visual interest. Succeeding to reflect by using the inner side of the fabric, he could produce any atmosphere. 

Living spaces for Gods, houses for people. How do people of Egypt lived in different times, created living spaces, and temples to give tribute to divinity and celebrating rituals? Oh, Egypt, the land of Pharaohs, golden jewelry with precious stones and pyramids.

Dear Lovers of good taste and great interiors,

Here is the last category of countertops, as promised! Today we will talk about other materials, like stainless steel and copper, innovative laminates, tempered glass, and more.

Dear Lovers of good taste and great interiors,

In the previous two posts we saw all countertops available in natural stones, one by one. Today we will continue our journey and will discover the main TECHNOLOGICAL COMPOSITES FROM NATURAL MATERIALS AND RESINS.

Dear Lovers of good taste and great interiors,

In the third part dedicated to countertops we will see the three most popular COUNTERTOPS FROM NATURAL STONE COMPOSITES: marble agglomerates, terrazzo and concrete.

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