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SMALL SPACE | BIG SOLUTION
Here's a new solution to tackle on small spaces. Find out how it going to help you to save both spaces and money. Small Edvard mirror is fully redeem
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DESIGN RESEARCH STUDIO DESIGN CRAFT LONDON AT GREENWICH PENINSULA
Design Research Studio, under the creative direction of Tom Dixon, has created Stevie Parle’s new restaurant, Craft London, at Greenwich Peninsula. Craft London will house three floors of culinary surprise and excellence. Kicking off with a café and roastery in October 2014, a new restaurant and rooftop bar will follow this spring. Craft London focuses on quality in production, collaborating with modern experts, fanatics and obsessives, to create world class products through the roasting of coffee, smoking of fish, bee keeping, meat curing, fermentation of vegetables and the creation of a contemporary kitchen garden within the new green oasis coming to the Peninsula. Located in the new pavilion by Marks Barfield Architects situated at the entrance to a new public garden (also designed by DRS), Design Research Studio sought to contrast the hardness of the building’s glazed facade with soft elements and the clean modern lines with organic patterns and natural materials. Design Research Studio’s key aim was to use the interior to reflect and complement Stevie Parle’s cooking, known for its use of British produce, unique combinations and strong ingredients. Wherever possible materials have been used in an extraordinary and installed by specialist crafts people and manufacturers. The Design The ground floor Café features a brick-clad wood-burning bread oven surrounded by a hand-made glazed brick countertop and tables with handmade glazed enamel tops. The Restaurant on the first floor offers expansive views of the kitchen and will feature a pewter bar with a steel and aluminium bottle display. Seating areas will include oversized and sumptuous velvet banquettes for larger groups and a double height blue wall in traditional Moroccan plaster will be a key design highlight within the space. The Rooftop Bar welcomes guests to uninterrupted views of the Peninsula and Canary Wharf. The large curved pewter bar with suspended copper storage contrasts with the upholstered leather walls and seating wrapped around the elliptical core with a carpeted ceiling tinged with a watercolour inspired motif.
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DEDON BUNDLE SALES
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TOM DIXON - MELT
A never-ending research into shape, texture and finishes, an obsession with manufacturing techniques and a deep vein of narratives that come from a uniquely eccentric British standpoint, make up the infinitely rich world of Tom Dixon. This year, we take over a 400m² abandoned theatre in the heart of Milan where we create an entertainment show highlighting our latest designs– including MELT, LENS and WINGBACK through a series of extraordinary installations.
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A REVOLUTIONIZED ICON
The Eames Lounge Chair first appeared on the Arlene Francis Home show broadcast on the NBC television network in the USA in 1956. Immediately following the debut, Herman Miller launched an advertising campaign that highlighted the versatility of the chair. Print ads depicted the 670 in a Victorian parlor, occupied by a grandmother shelling peas on the front porch of an American Gothic style house, and in the middle of a sunny field of hay. One notable advertisement was produced by the Eameses for Herman Miller warning consumers against imitations and knockoffs[citation needed]. It has been frequently featured in Frasier as a piece of furniture in the title character's apartment. In the final episode of the series, Martin Crane remarks that he finds it comfortable and hints that he may not have needed his recliner after all. It has also been frequently featured in House as a piece of furniture in the title character's office. *Terms & conditions apply. While stocks last. Offer vaild only for certain model specifications.
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