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Joana Lira for Tok&Stok

Brazilian visual artist Joana Lira has developed a collection for Tok&Stok, comprising five ranges of homeware products such as tabletop, bed linen, decorative accessories, lighting and wallpaper. The artist has draw inspiration from many elements, including the architecture of some of Brazil's most important historic cities, and natural inspiration such as flowers and animals. The collection is available in all Tok&Stok's stores in ...
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Fruity Windows by Bethan Laura Wood for Hermès UK

Known for her colourful and vivid patterns, London designer Bethan Laura Wood was commissioned by French luxury brand Hermès to create artful still life installations for its UK stores this summer. Called The Fruits of Labor,  the sets see the brand's scarves and accessories displayed with juicy, oversized fruits and vegetables. The installations wink at classical still life paintings - inspired by the work of French ...
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Haymes Paint 2015 Colour Forecast

Australian paint company Haymes has released its 2015 Colour Forecast, made up of five themes that each explore the idea of "reconnecting with our roots". New Skin takes inspiration from comfort and familiarity. This theme explores denim colours and the natural erosion that happens from overuse - like a well-worn pair of jeans. Raw explores the idea of detoxing and de-cluttering. The ...
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Haymes Colour Forecast. Styled by Ruth Welsby, Photography by Martina Gemmola.

Italian Style: Wallpaper by Inkiostro Bianco

Italian interiors brand Inkiostro Bianco is deeply rooted in Italian culture and creativity, working with designers and artists to make each of its wall and floor coverings a small work of art. EQ Dekor, realised by Inkiostro Bianco in collaboration with Mapei, is a wallpaper for both protection and decoration, with dual application for walls or floors. A glass fiber reinforcement, applied ...
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Northern design by Ferm Living

Danish interior design company Ferm Living has just launched its new Autumn/Winter 2014/15 collection, focused on simple everyday aesthetics and celebrating well-crafted objects. Different materials and finishes including rough ceramic, organic cotton, wood, wool and brass are combined together, to call upon our various senses. The smell of leather on details and handles or the touch cold of marble enhance the experience, ...
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Rooftop Garden by The Conran Shop

The Conran Shop in London has opened a rooftop garden in its Marylebone store, which will showcase the brand's collection according to the season. 
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Room with a View by The Cool Republic

The design team behind online concept store The Cool Republic has created a series of vinyl wall stickers, which open a window onto the outside world. Their round stickers are decorated with scenes of beautiful landscapes, from sea views to sunsets. Enhanced by hazy colour filters, these atmospheric photographs enable escapism and provide a sense of romance, as referenced in our A/W 14/15 ...
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Room with a View by The Cool Republic

Anthropologie: Artful Partnerships

Anthropologie has unveiled its new autumn homewares collection, which is made in collaboration with an array of artists including Holly Frean, Rabbit Muse, Rachel Pruette and Michelle Morin. Product highlights include Rachel Pruette's wall hooks with hand-stitched embroidery details and Holly Frean's hen paintings on plates. - Heloisa Righetto
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Tattooed Grand Prix chairs by Fritz Hansen

To celebrate the re-launch of Arne Jacobsen’s 1957 Grand Prix chair in its original version with wooden legs, the Fritz Hansen Store Milan has launched an exhibition of the chairs with tattoos created by Italian designer Diego Grandi and tattoo artist Pietro Sedda. Grandi decided to celebrate the authenticity of the chair by writing a story directly on its skin. Sedda worked with ink ...
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Mad Men collection by Waterford

Waterford is paying tribute to the Mad Men television series, which will air its final episodes in the spring of 2015. The brand's collection of barware accessories celebrates the indulgently daring style of the late 1950s and early 1960s, when conformist looks gave way to bolder attitudes and fashion. Deep cut patterns and large gold or platinum bands decorate the fine crystal, making ...
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First Light by Dana Cannam for Another Country

UK manufacturer Another Country will launch its first lighting collection during Maison & Objet in Paris this September. Designed by Dana Cannam, the First Light pieces are made of brass and ceramics and will be available in three versions (pendant, table and floor) and three colours (black, natural and terracotta). Homebuildlife subscribers will be able to see our full coverage of Maison & Objet this September. - ...
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COPENHAGEN: Playtype

Copenhagen-based design agency e-Types' Playtype font foundry is translated into a permanent brick-and-mortar concept store.
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KnollTextiles Launches Four New Collections

KnollTextiles presents a dynamic range of options for interiors comprised of wall coverings, drapery and performance upholstery. Founded in 1947 by Florence Knoll, KnollTextiles is a division of Knoll, Inc. known for its love of color and modern patterns and textures. Today’s design vision is lead by Creative Director, Dorothy Cosonas, who expertly marries a passion for fine art and pristine ...
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NeoCon 2014

NeoCon, the largest exposition for commercial interiors in North America, kicked off its 46th edition yesterday with over one million square feet of showroom and exhibition space.  Held in Chicago's Merchandise Mart, NeoCon showcases the latest products for commercial interiors providing innovation and inspiration for a number of markets, most notably office, hospitality and healthcare spaces. Guided by this year's theme, "Place Matters", NeoCon has ...
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Alexander Girard: An Uncommon Vision

The High Line room of the Standard Hotel pays witness to the vibrant pieces Alexander Girard created as Director of Design of the Textiles Department at Herman Miller. “Alexander Girard: An Uncommon Vision” isn't just a retrospective of Girard's striking work, it illustrates how timeless design can carry through the decades. From lounge pieces designed for Branniff Airlines in the '60s ...
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