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HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s Coolest Concept Store Konzepp’s Pop-Up in Landmark

Hong Kong’s coolest concept store Konzepp has recently opened a pop-up in Landmark, Central.
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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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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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‘Archives’ wallpaper by Studio Job and NLXL

Studio Job strikes again in the design world, revisiting its archives to create an award-winning wallpaper collection in collaboration with Dutch brand NLXL. The ‘Archives Collection’ consists of a range of bold and contemporary designs achieved by mixing and matching designs, drawings, icons and patterns coming from Studio Job’s archive material. Founded in 2009 by Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, Studio Job ...
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New York City Design Fever

The streets of New York City have been highly crowded for the past two weeks due to the confluence of a large crowd of art and design lovers from around the world: in conjunction with internationally renowned Frieze Art Fair and ICFF, the city is also hosting NYCxDESIGN's second edition - running from the 9th to the 20th of May. The 11-days ...
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Richard Brendon meets PATTERNITY for Fortnum & Mason

British ceramist Richard Brendon collaborates once again with PATTERNITY in creating a tableware Collection for Fortnum & Mason. Proposing a new version of the ‘Warp and Reason’ pattern, this visually stunning tea set is now in Fortum & Mason’s  signature color Eau de Nil. The collection will be the centerpiece of an exhibition showcasing a broad selection of Richard Brendon’s work, all of ...
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Milan Design Week 2014 – Highlights

Milan Design week just wrapped, and we've come back inspired, recharged, motivated... and even slightly tanned.  While we are working on the reports, here comes a sneak-peek via Stylesight's Instagram account of our favorite designers, brands and installations that kept us busy running around town. - Gemma Riberti
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Rubelli launches Studioart Leather Interiors

Rubelli announced the launch of Studioart, dedicated to the application of highly refined leather to interiors, at their London showroom during the March 2014 Design Week. Studioart is an Italian company founded by Nadia and Gianfranco Dalle Mese, offering beautiful leather walls, crafted in their family-owned tannery. Here they have been working with high-end fashion brands for a long time, a rich experience which, ...
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Interiors: “On the Move” PS 2014 Collection by IKEA

IKEA launches the PS 2014 Collection - a range of easily portable objects, conceived for a younger generation that is always "on the move" and lives in very small spaces. The functional, flexible and sustainable collection was created by a group of 14 young designers from all over the world, consisting of a range of 51 designs, created in collaboration with ...
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Interiors: “Meet Our Designers” at The Longest Stay

Stylesight attended the "Meet Our Designers" evening hosted by newly launched online interiors boutique The Longest Stay on the occasion of their latest collaboration with established furniture brand Moroso and up-and-coming designer Craig Narramore. Owner and founder of The Longest Stay, Sherry Roberts, talked us through the pieces and the history of the website, pleasantly recounting her eclectic background and the ...
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Marimekko: Design for a Happy Life

Continuing the exploration of The Netherlands, Stylesight attended the extensive retrospective “Marimekko: Design for a Happy Life” at the Kunsthal Rotterdam, put together in collaboration with the Design Museum Helsinki, to celebrate 60 years of this celebrated brand. Founded in Helsinki by the ever-ambitious Armi Ratia, the company is known for its large scale blooms, abstract compositions and unusual combinations traversing ...
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Talking Interiors at the RCA: Konstantin Grcic

As part of the Talking Interiors lecture series promoted by the Interior Design department of the RCA, this week saw international design's fast-rising star Konstantin Grcic as the coveted guest speaker in front of a large audience of eager listeners, students and fellow design enthusiasts. A 1990 graduate of the prestigious RCA school, and one of the leading figures of the ...
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François Halard: Architecture at the Demisch Danant Gallery

Work from renowned and internationally admired French photographer François Halard is now on show with an extensive collection of photographs at the Demisch Danant Gallery in New York. The exhibition features a broad number of photographs spanning 20 years of his career, giving the viewer a precious glance into a few of the extraordinary architectural milestones of the 20th century that have never ...
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Interiors: Katharine Pooley showcases the copper trend

The most recent work of award-winning interior designer Katharine Pooley confirms copper as a strong ongoing material trend for interiors, employed as both a subtle detail and a statement design feature. Known internationally for her high-quality interior design services, Katharine Pooley has recently been asked to use her expert eye in a residential project in central London, revolving around copper as the ...
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Modern Craft Market at Heal’s London

For two weeks in February, the ground floor at Heal’s furniture department store on Tottenham Court Road has morphed into an exciting market dedicated to Modern Craft, hosting the carefully selected work of 81 craft makers. “There’s something special about making a discovery, uncovering a treasure, seeing its beauty and investing in it.” This is the drive behind the launch of ...
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