Salone del Mobile
Products that caught our eye at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2016.
Created from mixed materials such as marble, metals and resins together with crystal, this gorgeous centerpiece by Atelier Swarovski Home makes full use of new technologies developed by Swarovski´s experts, including crystal printing, a permanent form of laser.
Smarter way of working
The world around us has changed. And this change is largely due to technology. Today, being tech-savvy is not a choice; it´s a way of life. The buzzword for the current decade has been customisation. The trend of one-size-fits-all is gone. Now is the time for tailor-made solutions.
Kengo Kuma, a Japanese practice, has been assigned its first Australian project by Darling Harbour. It is to design a new civic and creative centre in Sydney
Khazana Stores is a boutique furniture company with 10,000 sq ft of retail space between Ahmedabad and Mumbai as well as10,000 sq ft of warehouse space. The brand houses furniture and home décor products from eight countries, and partners with brands such as Fama Sofas, Skyline Design and Square Roots.
The new Grohe Eurocube kitchen faucet with professional spray combines the best of form and function. It is made up of minimalist cubic aesthetics and user-friendly technologies.
Springview Heights: This project comprises 2 BHK (Maxima) and 3 BHK (Maxima) with G+ 2 floors, that come along with abundant facilities. The price start from Rs. 37.60 lacs onwards.
Waterfront Toronto called in entries for the transformation of the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and the surrounding Harbour Square Park under $350,000 urban design competition.
This project comprises a tower of G+22 floors having 2 wings of 2-3 BHK with amenities like swimming pool, jogging track, children play area, etc.
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