With her images, Noémie Goudal constructs enigmatic work capable of introducing intimate and introspective questioning of our presence in cosmic space.
Can Basso is a 300-year old farmhouse in Ibiza that was transformed into a comfortable, modern living space while still honoring the home's past. Francis Dimmers and Ibizan architect Angela Molina preserved the home's original style while adapting it to modern needs with plenty of green features...
In the heart of Clapton, East London, you’ll find this sleek warehouse conversion from the architects at Sadie Snelson. Previously divided into separate small rooms that let in little natural light, the fresh open-plan update is dressed in black and creamy pale timber to create the ultimate photographer’s work and living space.
For over 50 years, the Italian lighting brand, Flos, has been illuminating the lives and environments of its clients. Since the founding of this highly awarded brand, considered No.1 in its field, it has, through innovative methods and revolutionary materials, stayed ahead of the game and set the bar high for its competitors.
A project born from concepts of transparency and reflection where a product which is a symbol of Italian craftsmanship will be exhibited.
The apartment was designed by the duo Fanny Bauer Grung and David Lopez Quincoces that lead the interior projects of the office (founded by David 9 years ago). It was made for a young couple living in Rome who gained possession of a very different flat.
The most recent collaboration of Deloudis, is with the Belgian company of Tribu, designers of luxury outdoor furniture. This prestigious family run design house adheres to the concept that the design aesthetics of the interior of a house should extend to the garden or terrace, hence their motto ‘Living the good life outside’.
We are delighted to inform you that once more, Delood was present at one of the highlights in our calendar, the Milan Design Week 2016.This year proved to be no exception, and fulfilled our expectations, inspiring us to share with you some of the novelties which caught our attention.
The legendary Italian furniture design brand B&B Italia has recently celebrated the 50th
anniversary of its founding by Piero Ambrogio Busnelli. Now under the direction of the founder’s
sons, this family business continues to maintain its position as one of the leading global names
in contemporary, innovative design.
Wildly inventive, the Campana brothers, Humberto and Fernando, are the celebrated São Paulo design team who made the famous Banquete chair (2002), composed of stuffed toys, and then created its acclaimed opposite, the Favela armchair (2003), constructed of scraps of wood like the homemade shacks in Brazil’s slums.