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OMA’s restoration of the 16th Century Fondaco dei Tedeschi in Venice is complete. Commissioned by the Benetton family in 2009 to transform the 9,000m2 building into a department store.
Dutch design brand Moooi is on course for world domination, and its next stop is London. Having made a low-key arrival into the UK market in 2010 with the introduction of an appointment-only showroom, next week will see Moooi putting down permanent roots in the British capital with the opening of a centrally-located brand store.
Athens café and store Philos occupies an elegantly decayed neoclassical mansion on Solonos Street, built in 1937 by entrepreneur Euripidis Koutlidis and largely unoccupied since his death in the 1970s.
Ingo Maurer has taken on the challenge to illuminate one of the most unusual high-rise buildings: Torre Velasca in Milan. As part of the Open Borders orga- nized by Interni magazine, Ingo Maurer will ‘paint’ the building with light: the lower part and the roof of the tower will be glowing red, like embers...
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.
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 50thanniversary of its founding by Piero Ambrogio Busnelli. Now under the direction of the founder’ssons, this family business continues to maintain its position as one of the leading global namesin contemporary, innovative design.
The official opening of the Milan Design Week 2016, began with Fuori Salone in the prestigious location of Via Durini. Here, the installations and projects by Cassina, B&B and Porro were introduced to the public in a lavish display of exciting colour and energetic forms.
The eponymous restaurant known for its top chef, Filippo la Mantia, is all about the tastes of Sicily. Architect Piero Lissoni has created a beautifully serene space which evokes the ambience of the island.