MAXALTO collection The Maxalto collection, launched in 1975 and now coordinated by Antonio Citterio, reinterprets classic themes with a contemporary twist, distinguishing itself for high quality processing, precious materials and painstaking quest for fine details. The very name Maxalto comes from the phrase in Veneto dialect “Massa Alto”, which means “the highest” and indicates the most ambitious goal, the excellence that sets Maxalto products apart. Meeting point of tradition and technology, Maxalto expresses the highest quality of craftsmanship, along with the most advanced industrial processes that can guarantee constant, high quality production. These values are fully expressed by the series Febo, which was created in 2008 and expanded during the subsequent years into a complete range of products for the living room and the night area.
de : Bretz Characters Campaign Stores Flagship: Düsseldorf Bretz Catalogue Elam Kitchen Since 1954, Elam partecipate successfully to the history of Italian design. In collaboration with the best designers, Elam has strenghtened its presence on the international marketplace by proposing a kitchen collection characterised by high quality design products by enhancing the functionality and dignity of materials.Elam project is based on the concept of a high quality product that lasts in the time. The specific knowledge in technologies and materials bring to the realization of kitchens appreciated for their finishing and techniques. Elam products are featured by essential and and elegant modernity.The collection is telling us the history of design and his present dendency, proposing a contemporary taste balanced by a unique cultural tradition that becomes style over the time: the Elam style.
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Patricia Urquiola, Angus Fiori · Room Mate Giulia Hotel. Milan Courtesy of Room Mate Hotels The hotel is located in the heart of Milan, a few steps from Piazza del Duomo and the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, features 85 rooms divided into 5 categories (standard, superior, deluxe, junior suite and penthouse with terrace). The hotel lobby floor is made of pink marble, the same used in the Duomo of Milan, following the line of the latest projects of the architect. The predominance of this color in her work has become one of her hallmarks. Terracotta bricks, another typical feature in the Milanese architecture, are used on a curved wall in the lobby to create a tridimensional effect. The recurrent geometric patterns reflect the rigour of the city and also refer to the graphic arts, an important element of the cultural history of Milan.
Flexible Order modular furniture system challenges Dutch conformity Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Fabricia Chang has created a series of pastel-coloured metal frames that bolt together into modular furniture pieces. Taipei designer Fabricia Chang's Flexible Order project contains a series of forms assembled from welded stainless-steel square tubes that can be combined in different configurations. Holes along the sides of a set of different-sized frames correspond so the rectangular pieces can be bolted together and stand independently. To adapt the frames for different uses, wooden boards and hooks can be added to the steel sections, which are available in shades of pastel blue. "[Flexible Order] enables users to create their own order within a given order," said the designer. "With this system, a new relationship between freedom and order is achieved."