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​Fameg: More than meets the eye

Fameg is one of the largest manufacturers of bentwood furniture in Europe, drawing on more than a 130-year legacy of design, craftsmanship and innovation. Remodern is a long-time supplier of Fameg, but its storied history and approach to production means there is always more to learn and appreciate about the brand. So Jen and Tim took a return visit [...]

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​BUZAO’s Dyeing Marble exhibition at Maison&Objet

Experimental Chinese studio BUZAO aims to break the boundary between product and art, and its Dyeing Marble exhibition at this year’s Maison&Objet presented furniture that did just that. Exploring organic simulacra, BUZAO’s work analyses the jewellery industry’s practice of colouring marble to look like jade, extracting and enhancing the effects of the artificial manmade process.Simulacra is a manmade imitation or substitute, and often [...]

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Behind the Brand: Buck Studio

Buck Studio creates places and products – from hospitality projects in Poland, to furniture and lighting that features in interiors around the world. We spoke to Dominika and Paweł Buck about their approach to design and their very popular Finn and Nopp collections for Fameg.Pictured above: Dominika and Pawel BuckDominika and Paweł met in the architecture faculty at Wrocław University of Science [...]

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​New marble and lava stone lighting from BUZAO

BUZAO continues its exploration of materials with a collection of marble lights and expansion of its lava stone range. Simple geometric designs enhance the inherent characteristics of the materials, and paired with brass or black anodized aluminium, the refined and striking designs exude intrinsic texture and elegance.W01 Wall LightWith a simple cylindrical form, W01 Wall Light showcases the smooth texture and [...]

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Bon Vivant: BANG lava pendants at Lord Lygon

Lord Lygon is a new wine bar and eatery on Lygon Street, named after the bon vivant British Cabinet Minister and Governor of NSW in the nineteenth century. Serving fresh and seasonal dishes accompanied by an extensive selection of wine, Lord Lygon is not only dishing up a great menu, but also warm and inviting interiors with discreet and delicate [...]

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​Concrete Crush: Concrete Map Melbourne

Like us, if you have a crush on concrete, then pick up a copy of Concrete Map Melbourne to see the finest concrete buildings Melbourne has to offer. The map and guide features more than 50 examples of concrete architecture across the city, with original photography by Clinton Weaver and an introduction and building descriptions by Glenn Harper.Pictured above: Concrete [...]

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​Behind the Brand: m.a.d. Furniture Design

Matt Cole and Dan Given established m.a.d Furniture Design in 2010 with the desire to create design that enhances people’s lives. We spoke to Matt and m.a.d.’s Creative Director, Mark Daniel, about their approach to furniture design and manufacturing, and how the objects we interact with can contribute to our quality of life.Image source: m.a.d. InstagramHaving spent seven years in [...]

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​Behind the Lights: Lights Lights Lights

Lights Lights Lights love light so much, they named it three times. “You will be hard pressed to find humans who love light more than us,” says Danielle Mastro, director at Lights Lights Lights. Drawing on their vast amount of knowledge and experience, the team at Lights Lights Lights provides a lighting design consultancy and lighting solutions for residential and [...]

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​Optical Illusion: Bentu Design’s Sculptural Wall Tiles

Bentu Surface recycled-concrete tiles add sculptural dimensions to interior spaces. With geometric formats and grooved, abstract surfaces, the tiles bring intriguing dynamic effects to feature wall areas such as splashbacks, bathrooms and courtyards.The Bentu Surface collection evolved from Bentu Design’s ongoing experiments with waste materials. Driven by raising environmental consciousness and social responsibility, Bentu salvages and recycles materials from construction sites [...]

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WRECK – Bentu Design experiments with wasted ceramics

Bentu Design’s latest exhibition, “WRECK – Regeneration Experiment of Wasted Daily-use Ceramics from Chaozhou, China,” continues the studio’s mission to highlight the amount of waste produced by the ceramics industry. Globalisation and the demand for ceramics have driven a wave of new factories in Chaozhou in eastern China, and it is now the biggest producer of ceramics in the world, creating [...]

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