A marca Tribù dá início à nova temporada com a apresentação da sua nova Pavilion Daybed, projetada por Monica Armani. A cama com dossel clássico foi atualizada com um quadro de alumínio revestido em pó. O sofá-cama pode ser personalizado com uma escolha de tecidos e acabamentos de pintura, enquanto a parte detrás e teto são em tábuas de teca, alumínio ou Sunvision (PVC revestido de acrílico e fibras de poliéster). O telhado em Sunvision pode opcionalmente ser aberto para apreciar o sol.. O revestimento do assento da Batyline pode ser usado sozinho ou com 2 almofadas feitas de material vocacionado para estar no exterior.
Gacoli specialises in creating unique, comfort-increasing outdoor products. Gacoli creates and designs these revolutionary products itself and then introduces them to the national and international catering, business, and private individual markets.
In addition to the well-known and in-house designed 'Dutch Design' Gacoli ROOTS-solar energy-powered outdoor lamps, we're also introducing the GACOLI POWERBLOCKS: cable-free universal lighting for under your sun umbrella or for on your veranda, the GACOLI CATWALK-models: cable-less pathlighting the GACOLI MONROE-models: compact designer outdoor lamps for on the table, the GACOLI NOMAD-lamps: garden lamps with a unique design and the GACOLI DOCKLIGHTS: trendy outdoor lamps with a robust stand. All of these new models come with the latest Gacoli EMU (Energy Management Unit) on solar panels, so they're entirely cable-free and self-supporting.
An outdoor lamp, that means you can sit outside for hours and that lets you create the same warmth and conviviality as you have indoors, without taxing the environment too much - that is exactly the kind of product we at Gacoli wanted to design.
Gacoli has developed an EMU (an Energy Management Unit) for every model. Every EMU comes equipped with high quality solar panels, and an intelligent battery and sustainable LED lamps. Some models even come with a handy remote control with dimmer function or an automatic twilight switch, so you can get the most out of the great outdoors.
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Rocking lounge armchair with teak base and powder-coated steel frame with C5M protective treatment, which makes it suitable for marine and pool areas. Available with two cushions options: either two small quilted pillows, one for sitting, one for the back, or one removable bi-colour cushion. A seat that allows the body’s total rest during outdoor relaxing moments.
Ethimo will showcase the Allaperto Collection, design by Matteo Thun + Antonio Rodriguez.
Four different outfits, one soul.
From “Mountain” to “Grand Hotel”, from “Camping Chic” to “Urban” Allaperto just changes its look, not its essence.
A new perspective
The municipalities and their green spaces
In 2017 Tudo Sobre jardins magazine celebrates 10 years of existence, an important milestone for us as it is also a time of overcome challenges and a lot of resilience in a sector that have experienced difficult times in Portugal, nevertheless we glimpse some changes and perspectives of a more positive future .
We already have some ideas to be worked out with the aim of celebrating with our clients and readers this anniversary, and we started already in this issue of the magazine Tudo Sobre Jardins digital version, a new type of article dedicated to the The Municipalities and their Green Spaces.
It makes sense to start with the municipality of Mafra, the headquarters of our publishing company and where the idea of the magazine Tudo Sobre Jardins was born in 2007. We want, not only, to make known existing spaces and gardens, but also innovative projects that the municipalities are developing, a different way of approaching the readers and the local power.
But you already know that you can still count on this edition with many ideas for the gardens, decoration, news, equipments ...
Uma nova perspetiva
As autarquias e os seus espaços verdes
Em 2017 a Tudo Sobre Jardins celebra 10 anos de existência, um marco importante para nós pois é também um tempo de desafios ultrapassados e de muita persistência num setor que têm vivido tempos difíceis em Portugal, vislumbramos no entanto algumas mudanças e perspetivas de futuro mais positivas.
Temos já algumas ideias a serem trabalhadas com o objetivo de festejarmos com os nossos clientes e leitores este aniversário. Começamos já nesta edição da revista Tudo Sobre Jardins digital, com um novo tipo de artigo dedicado às autarquias com o tema As Autarquias e os seus Espaços Verdes.
Faz todo o sentido começarmos com o concelho de Mafra, sede da nossa editora e onde nasceu a ideia da revista Tudo Sobre Jardins em 2007. Queremos não só dar a conhecer espaços e jardins existentes, como projetos inovadores que as autarquias estejam a desenvolver, uma maneira diferente também de aproximar os leitores/municipes do poder autárquico.
Mas já sabe que pode contar ainda nesta edição com muitas ideias para o jardim, decoração, notícias, equipamentos...
Magnolia L., é um género de plantas, conhecidas pelo nome comum de magnólias, pertencentes à família das Magnoliaceae. Também é o nome comum das flores proveniente de plantas deste género, nativas das regiões temperadas do hemisfério norte.
As magnólias são árvores, arbustos ou arvoretas semidecíduas ou decíduas, apreciados como ornamentais em jardins, principalmente em locais de clima temperado ou subtropical. Produzem abundantes flores brancas, rosadas e amarelas, grandes e perfumadas.
A ciência botânica tem um interesse especial pelas magnólias, por apresentarem estruturas reprodutivas e anatômicas que se acredita serem extremamente primitivas em relação a todas as outras flores, apresentando semelhanças com Gimnospermas primitivas. Alguns dos fósseis mais antigos de Angiospermas conhecidos apresentam flores semelhantes às magnólias. A sua época de floração é vai de Fevereiro a Abril.
Following the successful Kumo collection of last year, designer Lionel Doyen joins MANUTTI once more with the launch of the San collection and Vitral side table.
Minimalist, refined, timeless: SAN positively overthrows the current codes of outdoor furniture design and radiates minimalist elegance with an eye for detail. Sober, light, clean-lined. In short: an iconic and sculptural piece for true design aficionados.
SAN's natural lines in exotic Iroko wood are supported by refined materials such as powdercoated aluminium and marble. The collection boasts a unique set of possible set-ups, from bench to lounger and sofa or 2-seater. The elegant marble tables form an eye-catching contrast with the bench’s natural wooden structure.
Com design da autoria de Doshi Levien a gama de cores "Geometrics" é derivada da paleta de tecidos Terrain. Cada padrão é criado pela mistura de três cores.
'Geometrics' é uma gama vívida e gráfica de tecidos. Com padrões "geométricos" são projetados para complementar os materiais, texturas e cores subtis das coleções da marca.
One of BRIXX’s defining characteristics is a diagonal groove that runs across The fabric of each module, introducing triangles to the rectilinear design. The groove is created by sewing two pieces of fabric to a third one underneath, leaving a small gap in between. As users combine modules, they can construct abstract geometrical landscapes all their own,
an effect Bozzoli has enhanced with optional triangular and cylindrical backrests, circular and square cushions, even a small spherical cushion.
The BRIXX collection comprises square and rectangular modules, a side table and a selection of backrests and cushions, all in a distinctive mix of materials, textures and colors. Made with sophisticated indoor technologies, the modules consist of powder-coated steel frames encased in molded polyurethane foam, with belting for extra comfort. Stable and supportive yet easy to move, backrests come with a weighted core and anti-slip pads. Perfect for connecting modules, the triangular side table in powder-coated aluminum features detachable natural teak legs.
BRIXX comes upholstered in its own outdoor-ready DEDON fabric, soft and inviting Dune. The fabric’s chunky yarns are spun with 50-percent recycled post-industrial fibers in a diversity of colors. The resulting imperfections, both deliberate and desirable, give water-repellant Dune its remarkably natural appearance, conveying an unusual depth and richness of tone. BRIXX modules are available in a choice of colors — red-tinged shore, blueish cove or a graphic combination of both, cove/shore.
Jardins de tamanho reduzido fisicamente são um desafio em termos de design, a melhor maneira de planear um espaço pequeno é mantê-lo o mais simples possível. Plantas grandes e estruturais com cores suaves, contrastando as cores fortes na parede ou decorações usadas.
Evitar plantas com padrões muito pormenorizados tanto a nível da folha como da flor, plantas bastante dramáticas e estruturais funcionam muito bem em espaços pequenos, criando sombras e interesse.
Usar a verticalidade como forma de criar mais interesse ao mesmo tempo expandimos a área de vegetação no jardim.
A maioria das plantas deve ser de folha persistente para terem interesse durante o ano todo com um restrito número de espécies de folha caduca.
O design do jardim deve ser o mais simples possível, evitar pavimentos muito complexos, tentar conduzir com o interior da casa ajuda a criar a ilusão que o espaço exterior é uma extensão da habitação e não um espaço isolado.
Seleccione um elemento que contrasta com o resto do jardim ou pela sua forma ou cor, como um banco ou a parede de fundo, cores devem ser conjugadas com as plantas, demasiadas cores geram confusão portanto o melhor é restringir o número de cores a usar, cores quentes dão um ar mais acolhedor ao espaço. Usar estas cores mais no acessórios e decorações conjugando sempre com a casa.
Plantas em vasos são mais fáceis de transportar e redecorar se for necessário, é uma boa ideia para colecção de ervas aromáticas e outras ervas de culinária.
Espaço com sombra é necessário para as tardes quentes de verão, pode ser criado com uma pergola com trepadeiras ou lona entrelaçada na estrutura.
Pontos de referência no jardim chamam à atenção e convidam as pessoas ao espaço exterior.
Uma varanda pode também ser transformada num pequeno jardim, os chamados jardim verticais com alguns especialistas a fazerem trabalhos espectaculares nesta área, mas uma simples trepadeira podem também criar interesse vertical.
O equilíbrio entre plantas e materiais tanto a nível de cores como da complexidade das texturas é essencial para produzir um espaço harmonioso e aconchegante.
Iluminação dá uma dimensão completamente diferente ao espaço e estruturas ou plantas ganham outra importância no plano geral do jardim, deve-se evitar iluminar em demasia ou todo o jardim por igual, mas sim escolher detalhes de estruturas ou plantas que se queiram destacar e à noite a recompensa é espectacular.
Jardins de tamanho mais reduzido beneficiam de uso de materiais “diferentes” ou inovadores, como em estruturas ou simplesmente em objectos meramente decorativos. As passagens da casa para o jardim são essenciais para a continuidade do design, os elementos decorativos e cores devem ser conjugadas. Cada vez mais até o mesmo tipo de mobiliário pode ser utilizados tanto no interior como no exterior com algumas das melhores marcas Europeias e não só a produzirem mobiliário com fibras sintéticas de alta qualidade, assim como tapetes de exterior por exemplo.
SP01's Outdoor Collection é uma colecção de mobiliário para o exterior elegante composta por uma série de cadeiras, mesas e bancos projetados pelo designer Australiano Tom Fereday.
ENSP01's Outdoor Collection is an elegant series of chairs, tables and stools designed by Australian designer Tom Fereday. Made in Italy by leading manufacturers, the range was designed and tested to withstand the toughest of environments.
The Ghost line represents a revolution in the way of conceiving outdoor lighting.
It works by “subtraction” rather than “addition”: no visible lighting fixture is added to the building’s structure, but on the contrary it consists in a void filled with light. The light comes directly from the structure and emphasizes the creative path envisaged by the lighting designer.
Ghost is a sign, a bright pixel that appears or disappears marking the architectural rhythm.
It is a primary element, similar to a brick. With a brick you can build a small wall but also a cathedral.
It will be the ability of the designers to utilize such lighting pixel and create something extraordinary.
Ghost, what we want to add is just light.
Ghost is a lighting void that is created using a housing anchored to two retaining panels before pouring in concrete to make the structure. Once the concrete is dry, the housing is removed and the left space is a natural and sharp cast created in the drying process.
Ghost is ideal for concrete based structures including walls and facades of residential or commercial buildings, as well as concrete staircases of stadiums, public buildings and anti vandal project applications.
Three products, one common purpose: make the outdoor spaces comfortable and versatile in a balanced way. A new modern collection of minimal design and pastel colours, charming and functional at the same time.
Both the modular sofa BELT and the upholstered chairs IN & OUT have a framework in solid okumé wood and are equipped with dryfeel foams, which guarantee the water drainage and perspiration. Using acrylic and waterproof fabrics, the new Varaschin products are the best choice to furnish outdoor spaces with elegance, comfort and quality.
The table BIG is available in "LOW" version too, which means 65 cm tall (compared to the standard height of 75 cm). This measure is ideal for a more relaxed and less formal approach to the dining experience. A small detail for a new life style, where comfort and conviviality meet and match.
‘Cala’ is a high backed armchair inspired by the iconic Emanuelle. The chair has a majestic spatial presence with transparent and light surfaces. The open weave of the rope provides a latticed window for visual privacy while maintaining a connection to the natural elements. ‘Cala’ may be used for outdoor dining as well as a chair to lounge in. The wide selection of metal coatings, rope colours and cushion fabrics offer many possibilities to tailor the identity of the chair to suit different projects. Cala’s seat frame is made from coated aluminium sections. The weave is knitted rope. The chair comes with two options of teak legs or an aluminium pedestal base.
BLADE 180 is a bioclimatic coverage to complete watertight. Unique on the market to have smooth side surfaces. This feature prevents any residues of foliage get stuck between the blades and fall on furniture below in case of opening. The orientation of the lamellae varies from 0 ° to 135 ° allowing a pleasant ventilation in the summer months and a good brightness in the gray days. BLADE 180 can be installed within an aluminum structure, perfectly horizontal steel or wood, keeping internal inclination of 0.5% lamellae, not externally perceptible, but necessary to the flow of water. On request it is possible to provide the Blade system without bearing perimeter structure. All covers can be integrated with lighting systems Led lights or bars, side glass closures, curtains and any air conditioning systems.
180 x 30 mm
maximum dimensions single module:
lenght and depth:
3,5 x 6 meters
from 0° to 135°
about 20 Kg/mq
motorized system with push button or remote control
COLOUR (powder coating):
Color RAL standard 9016-9010 (white) 9001 (creamy white), 1013 (ivory) e 7035 (light gray).
Other Ral colors available on request
Assembly within the internal part of the support structure
Powder-coated aluminum with phosphochromate on request treatment anti-salt (Seaside). Stainless steel and silicone seals
Radio frequency remote control
A marca de mobiliário Ego Paris apresenta até 24/01/2017 as sua novas cores para o ano de 2017 durante o certame Maison et Object que decorre em Paris.
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The most important trend in the interiors world: There is no longer a right or wrong. Not only life is contradictory - our apartments are too! Leather is placed next to plastic, reduced design next to nostalgic vintage items, cool grey and white tones in the living room next to a pastel-coloured kitchen and a dark-green bedroom. Everything exists next to each other. And yet certain trends are becoming apparent in the run-up to imm cologne 2017 that are dominant in their respective section.
Why does one of the most famous German designers want to collaborate with craftsmen from Colombia? Why are natural materials in higher demand than ever? And why are accessories and smaller pieces of furniture at the top of the list of the buyers? This year, furniture with a story, natural materials and small, well-designed products are playing a major role in the new living environments. In terms of colours, besides the big grey theme, traffic light variants in red and green are popular and the hip cosiness is leading to a sustainable revival of wallpaper, carpets and textiles in the interior design world.
An era of opposites
It is particularly noticeable as far as the colours are concerned, but it can also be observed in the choice of furniture: More and more often different furnishing styles are being favoured - sometimes even in the same apartment, as the colour expert Dr. Axel says: "More and more contradictory shades are being combined in the apartment. We seek both in it: sociability and retreat, attraction and delimitation. We invite people in and flee from company. We don't like to entirely commit ourselves. We love objectivity and cuteness at the same time. And these are mixed together in some way."
But we not only like to mix opposites within our own four walls - our lifestyles are also lived out alongside each other and simultaneously as necessary. Not only Todd Bracher, Guest of Honour in the design process of "Das Haus - Interiors on Stage" in 2017, yearns for both in secret: A life with high-tech and with nature, a life in a log cabin, yet with a smartphone. The private lives of people are developing more and more into a place of simultaneous work and leisure, sociability and retreat. It is not without good reason that the apartments are becoming cosier, as imm cologne already announced a few years ago. One seeks the well-being atmosphere in it which makes the globalised and in some respects threatening life bearable. And yet it is no longer the same individualistic trend towards retreat that dominated the society in the 1990s. In the future report 2017 the current, attitude towards life that seeks aesthetic and social warmth is referred to as "hygge", a Danish term (pronounced like "Hügga"). Hygge is a softer and more social version of cocooning, a way of life where one concentrates on small things, things that are really important: Spending more time with friends and family and enjoying the good things in life. Hygge, according to the trend report, is an anti-model to the fleeting urban lifestyle - within the urban lifestyle. This is not about a "new bourgeois" approach, but about an enlightened design attitude towards things, people and situations.
Hygge and the trend towards light, friendly pastel colours as well as natural green shades are turning Scandinavian-style furniture into an absolute hit. Small, natural, unpretentious, yet still often also of unusual and cheeky design - these are the ingredients that allow cosiness to be created, a place where both modern style and a traditional well-being ambiance are at home.
Furniture with a story
For the development of a complete home collection for ames, Sebastian Herkner, Guest of Honour of imm cologne 2016, once again broke new ground. This time he sought a collaboration with Colombian craftsmen: In Santa Marta, in the Colombian Caribbean, Rafael and his friends produce woven stools made of plastic string and steel - furniture and a technique that co-shape the image of the entire coastal region. The familiar "Momposino" weave is taught in school as a craft in this region of Colombia. Together with Herkner they spent an entire weekend finding the best method to realise the round shapes created by the German designer and selected fresh colour combinations full of the zest of life. Ames is presenting the Caribe furniture series for the first time at imm cologne 2017 as part of the ames sala collection.
The new, outdoor-compatible furniture family - comprising of a chair, lounge armchair, a higher and a lower large side table as well as a wicker table - combines different coloured plastic strings with a galvanised or powder-coated frame made of tubular steel and steel wire.The Caribe series stands for a trend in the interiors industry that will perhaps never become mainstream, but which is exemplary for the growing need for meaningfulness among the manufacturers and consumers. And contrary to some expectations, this trend is evidently being carried by the market. It is not always the case as here that one succeeds in combining sustainable production with an aesthetic concept in a pilot project while at the same time also accommodating the increasing interest of people for authentic products. However the number of products that tell their own special story is constantly growing.
Natural materials for individual furniture
Natural wood furniture is at the top of the wish list when searching for authenticity, because it is always something special - one can see it, smell it, feel it. The trend towards natural materials will most probably experience its preliminary climax at imm cologne 2017. Solid wood is even taking the climatically difficult environment of the bathroom by storm. Manufacturers, who have been focusing on solid wood furniture for many years, will without doubt enjoy a higher level of trust here. Together with the bathroom furniture manufacturer, Keuco, the company Team 7 from Austria has developed the Lignatur edition: A bathroom interiors concept comprising of furniture made of natural wood. These pieces of bathroom furniture are unique specimens: Each individual item is manufactured individually. Single or double basin solutions, with sunken or superimposed basins, sideboards, tall cupboards and benches are made out of three high-quality natural woods: Fine walnut, light-coloured oak as well as Venice oak - which offers a very special appearance because of its natural decorations resulting from the shipworm.
Intelligent living: Smart home
Will we soon all be living in smart apartments or houses? The trend towards intelligent living seems to be very popular with many Germans - the results of a representative survey that was carried out by the energy and telecommunications service provider EWE in collaboration with the Society for Consumer Research e.V. (GFK), prophesies a big future for the theme smart home: If the intelligent home is understood to be a way of increasing the living comfort and sinking the energy costs, the majority of all Germans (65.2%) are interested in it. Furthermore, the GfK survey examined the ulterior motives of those people, who stated that they are not interested in smart home solutions (22.1%). The two most frequently stated reasons: Costs are too high (46.4%), and the fear of losing one's own privacy (39%). 1,001 people throughout Germany over the age of 14 were interviewed in the course of the survey.
Doing a lot with little space...
Indeed the solo artists among the furniture seem to be riding on a wave of success. Small pieces of furniture, such as side tables for instance, small shelves, stools, wicker furniture, consoles or mini-cocktail armchairs are currently very popular. Stools that are progressing into the favourite product in the apartment again are benefiting from this development. These increasingly include characteristic chairs (mostly developed by famous designers) - for the individual furnishing of the often small apartments. "One of the challenges I currently see is doing a lot with a little space," explained the designer, Dick Spierenburg. Cities and towns are becoming more expensive, and space increasingly scarcer. Developing furniture that can do more is almost more interesting for designers today than designing luxury pieces. It's very exciting to design for a wide target audience that is intelligent and has taste, but doesn't have very much space to live in," the Creative Director of imm cologne assessed. The development in the "small furniture" section is at the same time driven by the increased online purchases of furniture.
Create moods using light: from decorative to industrial
For a time, it seemed that track, rod and rope-based lighting systems had hit an impasse. But thanks to the LED and OLED technology, these systems are undergoing a real revival of modern lighting design. In recent years, the subject of lighting has attracted attention at the international interiors show imm cologne, particularly due to lights that have created mood and introduced pleasant spots of colour into interior design, using unusual shapes, materials and dimensions. However, now new LED bulbs are once again turning rope, track and rod-based systems into a viable alternative for many people. Thanks to the electricity-saving LED technology, they are not only highly efficient, but also ultra-slim and versatile. They can be used as discreet, or even suspended, solutions for accent lighting, concealed lighting, uplights or as elegantly designed functional lights above cupboards and long-length dining tables. The manufacturers and designers of high-quality lamps create emotional and poetical models, where the source of light is artistically integrated into the design. Whether natural, glamorous or industrially chic: imm Cologne highlights current lamp trends with new products and design classics staged in inspiring presentations.
The four most important colour spaces of the season 2017
Different developments seem to be emerging at imm cologne 2017 as far as colours are concerned. Life in grey is the first thing that comes to mind here - shadows of grey with all of the gradations between black and white, which form a very popular colour world. Adjacent to this is life in white, which can be combined with various pastel hues. Particularly the combination with blue transports a reduced Nordic attitude toward life: this colour scale feels Scandinavian, fresh and airy. Thirdly, a life in nice and friendly pastels is being sought, with a refreshing, motivating and cosy feeling. The fourth colour theme shows a comfortable and pleasant colourfulness that reflects more of a traditional attitude toward life with a modern and functional orientation, with colours that stand for authenticity.
Sometimes dynamic, sometimes soft: Red as a surprising accent colour
It's the surprise of the season: Red is the primary colour that is proving especially popular as an accent colour with trendsetters and leading design brands. Few people expected it, but now it's here - as a bag to go with an outfit, in seventies-style tile designs in bathrooms or as classy couch cushions. Perhaps pink paved the way for red to enter our homes, having enjoyed continued prominence since last year with flamingo and watermelon shades. Ultimately, even bright reds no longer look so intense in tone-on-tone combinations featuring shades edging towards pink, and it creates a cheerful, almost subtle, look. It creates a genuinely classic look when contrasted with black and white, and it goes particularly well with pale shades of beige and grey in living rooms.
Green is the dominating trend theme in interior design
In the decorative section all possible shades of green are the current trend. However, the colour trend that is currently bathing our living rooms in elegant dark shades or a fresh ambience has nothing to do with the hunter green referred to in the traditional German children's song: From subtle mint through to strong grass and fine fir green, to nuances of taupe and petrol blue, green tones are finding their way into the home in a big way. At imm cologne, the leading manufacturers of the industry will be presenting high-quality and exclusive textiles in Hall 3.2. Here, visitors will be inspired by attractively presented, fabric-filled interior fantasies.
Carpets and rugs, wallpapers, textiles - the revival of fabrics in the living area
For a long time, carpets and rugs had it hard in modern households, whose fashion-conscious members preferred to rely on wooden floors and other textile-free materials when it came to choosing the right flooring. Walls had to be equally clean - homeliness achieved, at best, with an occasional lick of paint to relieve the otherwise uniformly white walls. But gone now are the days of minimalism and the accompanying lack of textiles in the home. At imm cologne, many exhibitors are holding a wide palette of new designs and grades of fabric in store for every situation and circumstance.
Upcycling and the next ecological wave in interior design
The trend researcher will know that a trend has reached its preliminary climax and has hit the mass market at the latest when one can buy brand-new euro-pallets in DIY stores to build one's own tables and chairs out of. Nevertheless, the remarkable approach of reusing old furniture or materials for new compositions is not only appealing, but also environmentally sound. And as such it is a sign of a gradually increasing trend towards ecologically convincing concepts. Interior items will in future be more and more frequently developed based an ecological point of view and this will also be the criterion that determines the consumers' choice. This has been observed for several years at the world's leading trade fair for furniture production and interior design.
Outdoors or indoors: everything is possible
Furniture for outdoors is becoming more and more flexible and decorative. The times of uniform plastic stools for the balcony and garden terrace are over. New material developments are bringing more and more design and decorative elements to the outdoor area. This leads to further application options for outdoor furniture. In this way for instance processing modern, weather-resistant materials using the original rural wicker and hazelnut weaving techniques is what lends the new Grand Weave collection by Gloster its natural charm that also looks great in the apartment. Hence, more and more outdoor furniture can also be used indoors - and a new product category is ensuing as a result.
A BACSAC® creation, multi-coloured canvas made from leftover coloured threads.
The RAINBOW collection is the fruit of the re-cycling of these threads, woven into fine horizontal bands.
The assembling of the colours of the weft being random, each RAINBOW is a unique piece which naturally blends
into the existing collection. This new BACSAC* collection will have you dreaming of rainbows!
Located in the heart of the Tanjong Pagar district, the Oasia Hotel Downtown stands out on the urban landscape of concrete, steel and glass thanks to its unique silhouette covered in lush greenery that constitutes a vertical garden. Its two swimming pools, on the 27th floor, offer the perfect space for some R&R in the water. The project, by Patricia Urquiola, features the collections Kettal Landscape and Kettal Objects by Kettal Studio, Kettal Vieques, Maia, Roll and Cottage by Patricia Urquiola.
A Bplan é uma marca do grupo A.F. Azevedos, apresentando-se como alternativa de mercado, no âmbito da arquitectura, design e decoração. Os produtos da Bplan consistem em painéis decorativos em metal (painéis cut design) , iluminação pública (buled, moon e tube), iluminação decorativa em metal (iluminação cut design) e mobiliário personalizado.
A Bplan apresenta alguns padrões, cujas referências podem ser utilizadas nas mais diversas aplicações dos painéis cut design, havendo total abertura para desenhos personalizados. www.bplan.afazevedos.pt
Na secção de catálogos AQUI já pode fazer o download das novas colecções apresentadas por algumas das mais prestigiadas marcas de mobiliário e decoração de exteriores do mundo. Consulte-nos para saber mais sobre alguma peça que goste ou se se enquadra no seu jardim ou terraço.
Canal no YouTube com novas animações de projectos concretos.
Animações georeferenciadas, estudo da exposição solar ao longo do dia e conforme os meses do ano.
Em 2017 ofereça a si mesmo um jardim, terraço ou varanda. Comece 2017 a pensar no seu jardim e de como aproveitá-lo da melhor forma possível. A potencialidade dos espaços exteriores em Portugal é enorme por isso aproveite todos os espaços da sua casa da mesma forma. Consulte-nos para receber um orçamento para o projecto do seu espaço exterior.
Organização, análise, síntese e implementação, estas são as etapas a seguir para um design bem sucedido.
A organização de ideias e objectivos é sem dúvida uma das fases mais importantes. Esta etapa ditará o rumo de todo o processo de design, aqui decide-se um estilo a seguir e as principais directrizes que irão guiar o designer em todo o processo de planeamento do jardim. Nesta primeira fase uma maneira simples de esclarecer algumas dúvidas é fazer uma recolha de imagens e ilustrações, ideias que pensamos serem exequíveis, texturas e cores com as quais nos identificamos. Ao visualizar este conjunto de imagens em estilo de colagem, começamos a vislumbrar uma tendência a nível de cor, estilo, plantas e ambiente.
A análise do espaço, das suas vantagens e limitações é essencial para uma implementação ser bem sucedida. Dependendo da complexidade do espaço em questão os seguintes aspectos devem ser analisados: geologia, topografia, clima, microclimas, hidrologia, drenagem, estruturas existentes e serviços, solo, vegetação, fauna e flora. Assim como um estudo da utilização do espaço, interesse histórico e análise da vista do espaço, tanto para fora como de fora para dentro. Estas conclusões devem ser organizadas de maneira simples e de leitura fácil, a melhor maneira é em forma de desenho, usando a planta do espaço e diferente simbologia para cada situação que foi analisada.
Juntamente com as ideias da primeira etapa estes são os factores que vão ditar o resto do design do jardim. O próximo passo é uma síntese de todas as conclusões retiradas anteriormente, preparar uma lista de objectivos e políticas a seguir, definir bem o conceito inerente.
As primeiras propostas para o jardim começam agora a surgir, a constante reanálise dos objectivos traçados ajudam na melhoria do design. A interpretação gráfica dos objectivos é a maneira mais indicada para uma melhor visualização, ilustrações, desenhos e imagens em 3D ajudam a perceber o funcionamento do design na prática. Depois do plano geral estar traçado, outros elementos precisam de ser postos em prática como a estratégia para a plantação e plano para a iluminação do jardim.
A vegetação é, sem dúvida, um dos elementos que em geral tem mais impacto num jardim, plantações bem sucedidas num espaço de jardim parecem mais simples do que realmente são, estudos intensivos de como será visualizada, a sua estrutura, textura e cores são fundamentais. Constantes desenhos e elevações explicam-nos como nos poderemos sentir ao caminhar entre a vegetação.
Por exemplo, se a vegetação é de grande porte e o caminho estreito torna-se desconfortável e este caminho é feito com um passo acelerado, se a vegetação é mais baixa e o caminho ligeiramente mais largo torna-se mais confortável, transforma-se num passeio de contemplação.
EXISTEM DIVERSOS CRITÉRIOS NA ESCOLHA DAS PLANTAS A USAR NUM JARDIM:
A – Condições para o seu crescimento; temperaturas – ventos predominantes – zonas abrigadas tipo e qualidade do solo – pH do solo – luz natural.
B – Funções da vegetação; abrigo – como sebe – controlo de erosão – conservação da vida selvagem e biodiversidade – ornamental …
C – Caráter e temática; naturalística – artificial – formal – informal – cores das flores – folhas e frutos – aromáticas – tronco ornamental – interesse sazonal …
D – Hábito; anual – herbácea – caduca – perene …
É importante existir um estudo de evolução das plantas a 5, 10, 15 anos visualizar o seu impacto em estado adulto é importante para que não se tenham surpresas com árvores que afinal se podem tornar um problema num pequeno jardim.
Seguem-se os desenhos técnicos de plantação e de construção, que normalmente são aprovados por um engenheiro, dependendo do tipo de construção. O faseamento da implementação por etapas é essencial principalmente em grandes projetos.
A implementação é o primeiro teste ao design, é quando todos os estudos feitos são postos em prática, o teste à vegetação escolhida será feito no médio longo prazo. É normal que plantas morram e tenham que ser substituídas ou mudadas de lugar, como seres vivos que são podem por vezes ser imprevisíveis.
Ver crescer um jardim, principalmente quando algumas decisões são da nossa responsabilidade e, quando no final, tudo funciona é uma sensação muito positiva e gratificante, podemos experimentar combinações de diferentes plantas, cores e texturas.
Para o estudo de um jardim aconselhamos sempre a consulta a um profissional da área.
A CIN acaba de apresentar as Tendências de Cor para 2017. O novo catálogo,
Color Revelation , reúne um total de 40 cores inspiradas na força da natureza e escolhidas para revelar a beleza da casa e das suas paredes.
Reunidas em quatro colecções - Neutral Revelation, Red Revelation, Blue Revelation, Green Revelation - as 40 tonalidades propostas pela CIN vão ser as cores indispensáveis para o próximo ano. “Com esta colecção versátil de quatro grupos cromáticos e 40 novas tonalidades queremos que cada pessoa possa criar a sua própria combinação de cores” , explica Céline de Azevedo, Designer de Cor da CIN.
A CIN destaca Verdigris E706, como a Cor da Estação, um pigmento de cor verde azulado resultante da oxidação do cobre. Este tom contemporâneo, clássico e sofisticado, adapta-se a todos os tipos de decoração e a todo o tipo de funções. Verdigris tem uma forte ligação à natureza, às plantas, à água e às nuances do ar, enquadrando-se perfeitamente nas tendências para 2017.
O novo Catálogo de Tendências de Cor da CIN para 2017 foi inspirado na força indomável da natureza, no seu estado mais puro e selvagem. As 40 cores criadas pela CIN para 2017 apresentam-se em quatro colecções, com 10 novos tons cada, com uma ligação constante à natureza, marcadas por nuances de água, atmosfera, minerais e solo. No fundo, pela terra, pela vida e pela nossa casa – o planeta Terra.
To furnish an outdoor space with a kitchen that is not only functional, but also complies with precise canons of aesthetics and ergonomics.
This is the philosophy that has prompted Modulnova to create the new outdoor kitchen previewed during Milan Design Week 2016.
The new project combines rigorous lines and rational organization of space, to meet the needs of functionality and practicality of those who love the great outdoors.
On a patio, the terrace of a metropolitan penthouse, by the pool or in a flourishing garden: the Outdoor collection (designed by Andrea Bassanello) tastefully enhances any setting, encouraging the convivial pleasures of cooking and dining in the open air.
Epoxy-coated steel and Piasentina stone are the materials chosen for this new project, ideal to resist moisture, weathering, temperature changes and wear. The use of painted steel reflects a precise aesthetic choice: to take the kitchen outside the walls of the home, making it the protagonist of outdoor spaces.
Besides the classic barbecue grill, a pizza oven, a fryer, a teppanyaki grill and an induction burner (for traditional cooking), the system offers two storage zones (for wood and cooking utensils), a washing area, a beverage cooler, an ice machine and a basin, also in Piasentina stone.
The kitchen consists of a main block which has a wood-burning oven with storage and fronts which conceal both a fridge and an ice-maker.
A floating workshop is set at a right angle to the main block which has an integral barbecue pit and a deep stone sink. It connects to the table constructed from solid Teak slats and set with Pietra Piasentina stone block stools.
A 3 metros guarda-sol rodada pode ser alterado nos 2 metros ao quadrado (e vice-versa) e os 4 metros rodada para os 3 metros ao quadrado.
The collection recalls architectural facades, which filter the surrounding environment without stopping the light and air flow. Industrial and natural materials, hard and soft surfaces, transparent and solid volumes are putted face to face in order to create this family of outdoor furniture based in contrasts.
Therefore the structure is organized around a frame entirely made of aluminum, capable of hiding in the essentiality of its lines either the quality of the used materials and the chance of easy articulation in different compositions.
Inspirado no significado do nome japonês dado à coleção (KUMO), o mobiliário da nova coleção da
Manutti apresenta um aspecto leve e contemporâneo. A coleção chega-nos em módulos que
poderão ser ajustados em diferentes configurações, não só de exterior mas também de interior,
instalações públicas ou privadas, em grande ou em pequena escala: intimamente, num terraço ou
junto à piscina, mas também numa zona de receção de hotel ou mesmo em edifícios públicos.
A KUMO convida-o a personalizar o espaço exterior através do seu conceito de capas
intercambiáveis quem oferecem uma extensa variedade dos mais refinados tecidos da marca belga.
Os apoios para os braços e os encostos são ainda ajustáveis e podem ser movidos, tornando a
nuvem KUMO num sofá confortável, numa espreguiçadeira moderna, numa poltrona de descanso
ou até mesmo num apoio para os pés.
Fermob brings even more functionality to the outdoors and continues to focus on other aspects of the garden, this time with a new light. The Balad lamp is a fun, accessible and colourful product. It is a modern, connected item, a crisp decorative object, with a rounded form. It is all about the bare essentials, and is a sure-fire hit in terms of look and price.
Its colourful aluminium handle adds to its sleek, modern appearance and reaffirms its portable vocation. Balad can be placed upright, hung or even on a stand. Tristan Lohner has created two separate metal stands to further enhance the practical qualities of the lamp. The first is a straight, lantern-style stand that can be placed next to an armchair, while the second is a large, angled stand that can be used to illuminate an entire table.
Showcasing a range of extremely high quality products and services, the Salone del Mobile.Milano is yet again the must-see sectoral appointment with the very latest products and solutions, reaffirming Milan’s role as the capital of design. A great business opportunity that – last year alone – generated revenue worth 221 million euros.
This year is completely sold out yet again, with 207,000 m2 of net exhibition space and 2,310 exhibitors (30% of them foreign companies), 650 of them Salone Satellite designers, reaffirming its position as the leading forum for ideas, creativity, innovation and technology for businesses, operators and visitors, showcasing the latest home living styles through advanced design trends.
This year two new collections by Lievore Altherr Molina Studio will take up a preeminent space in our stand at the Salone del Mobile: the sectional sofa Livitand the Falcata table. With them, we say goodbye to winter and officially start up the long-awaited outdoor season.
Livit is a sectional sofa allowing for many different compositions and designed to endure weather conditions. Do not trust its apparent simplicity; technology lies beyond and it has been the key to reconcile comfort with high design and sophistication.
Tables are not just some legged thing. They can be really fun. For example,Falcata suggests a double game: in the significance level by mixing cultural codes and in the physical level by playing with perspective. Another smart combination of tradition and innovation.
MBRACE takes a joyfully unconventional approach to poolside furniture, bringing DEDON Fiber eating and a solid teak base together for the very first time. The result is an eye-catching, instantly likable collection of chairs—wingback, lounger, rocker and optional footstool—that captures the spirit of barefoot luxury while extending the DEDON design language into new, more Nordic territory. Conceived by Sebastian Herkner, a rising star of European design, MBRACE fully lives up to the welcoming gesture of its name. One experiences a warm, secure, cocooning feeling when being embraced by the chair’s extra-wide back, especially after a cool dip in the pool. Herkner designed the seat to be invitingly comfortable even late in the season, after the luxurious seat cushions have been stored away.
A segunda edição do Consultório Design de Jardins, parceria entre a CGD e a Tudo Sobre Jardins, foi publicado na revista Tudo Sobre Jardins nº35, que já se encontra na gráfica e brevemente pode encontrá-la numa banca perto de si ou para encomenda online no website da revista sem ter que pagar portes.
A marca Sueca concebe equipamento de jardim alternativos para ambientes luxuosos com um toque de glamour, sendo a primeira apresentação que a marca fez foi do modelo de mangueiras que mais se parecem com malas de luxo. Este ano durante a Ambiente em Frankfurt apresentou dois novos produtos e uma côr nova para o seu modelo de caixas de correio. Os dois novos produtos são o regador Diamond e a ferramenta pá Diamond.
Line of furniture in teak with brushed steel inserts, made up of a table, armchairs, sun loungers and lounge bed with two places and canopy.
A comfortable and striking lounge bed with a simple shape and modern design, made up of two sunbeds which are each adjustable in both directions and a canopy.
A woven chestnut wood basket was the starting point for the Zumitz Collection. This range for both the home and hospitality industry has been developed from a typically rural object firmly rooted in the world of work. Woven chestnut wood steals the limelight in these original creations with their distinguished modern touch.
The Boma collection, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Kettal, was born from the need of high performances of outdoor environment, without sacrificing the increasing demand for comfort that new products have to face. Therefore the structure is organized around a frame entirely made of aluminum, capable of hiding in the essentiality of its lines either the quality of the used materials and the chance of easy articulation in different compositions. On the base of this flexible and light support, soft seats, made of large cushions and different modularity, take place. The textile upholstery, that nowadays has nothing to envy to solutions for interior, completes the warm and cosy feeling the product was meant to communicate. We are facing a real system, capable to easily fit various situations and to be composed in several typologies of products.
Francesc Rifé is the designer of Hamp collection that is made up of four pieces of outdoor furniture: two armchairs, a 2 seats sofa and a corner table. It is one of the lines of outdoor catalogue 2015 “Summer Dreams”, because of its natural teak frame and its batyline fabric in three colours from grey to black. Modern and functional, Hamp gives an original touch to terraces or gardens. Teak wood gives naturalness and cushions are very comfortable.
With the TIGMI collection Jean-Marie Massaud has created a unique combination of sofa and shelter that exudes cosiness and communality, comfort and convenience. It represents the next generation of outdoor furniture by Dedon, which is all about redefining the way we experience life outdoors.
“We wanted to work with a product that could transpose concepts that belong inside the home, such as a meeting around the hearth, to an outdoor space. Llar responds to this premise with a purely architectural aesthetic, where the proportion and composition of the product convey a certain clarity and presence that are typical of the modern movement, where the fire place was already considered a key architectural element in the home.” – Borja García –
Llar is a collection of bioethanol fireplaces made from lacquered steel, which are available in various sizes and colours: white, bronze, sand and anthracite – personalize it.
More than just an outdoor brazier, this is an elegant and sober designer burner, which turns any outdoor space into an extension of your home.
Llar is an original design by Borja García for Gandia Blasco.
We all know the feeling; that longing for peace and quiet, for balance and authenticity. It is most urgent at times when everyday life crowds in and leaves us without breathing space. And it is precisely at such times that our own home is at its most important – as a place to withdraw to, a haven of well-being. It is a place, where we can surround ourselves with things that help us to relax, that stimulate us and with things that do us good. The notion of wellness, a feeling of well-being – these are the key features of the homes and lifestyle of the future. Heimtextil, international trade fair for home and contract textiles, has already provided this year's key slogan for furnishings in the run up to the trade fair, which is being held from 12 to 15 January 2016 in Frankfurt am Main: 'Well-Being 4.0'.
A team of six international design agencies has been commissioned by Heimtextil to identify four key trends for the home, under the heading of 'Well-Being 4.0”, the overall trend for 2016/2017. Here, 'Well-Being 4.0' describes scenarios for soft furnishings that create an inviting environment with that feel-good factor, a place to relax. Everything is directed towards a better quality of life, a greater sense of wellness. In this, technology and science enjoy a symbiotic relationship with textiles and related materials and play an important role in the endeavour. The notion of '4.0' is an allusion to the notion of 'Industry 4.0' and stands for smart, digital and personalised solutions. We take a brief look at the four major trends and at some of the new, trend-setting products from Heimtextil exhibitors in 2016.
Protect – a clean aesthetic and unfussy design. It defines a domestic style which offers protection, both in physical and mental terms and bases itself on a notion of calm, meditation and wellness. The colour palette for 'Protect' reflects its concept of purity and lightness.
Energise – an intuitive, highly energetic trend stream, which links human beings with technology and leads to a new level of energy, whereby light is used as a material to create immaterial forms. The colour palette shifts between strong and weak contrasts.
Nourish – this is the sustainable and ecological vision for well-being, where natural materials are paired with forward-looking design and where the dominant colours are green and earth tones.
Enrich – a trend that brings fashion to interior design and where opulence and highly ornamental elements echo our cultural past, at the same time as pointing us towards the future. Saturated colours, metallic accents and iconic patterns embody this fusion of influences from East and West.
Treliças espectaculares da Flora disponíveis em três tamanhos para combinações criativas, a própria estrutura torna-se num elementos escultural. Contacte-nos para preços e mais informações sobre entregas e aplicação. Disponível em preto ou cinzento claro.
Existem também separadores para o jardim.
KIT KURLY is a new concept for space separation which is a perfect decoration piece while creating a latticed wooden screen.
KIT KURLY is made to be a filter which, thanks to its curved shape splits the vision in a particular way: the solid forms and hallows created by the space and depth between the vertical slats are seen in an irregular way.
The space available behind the wooden screen becomes more animated. From certain angles, it disappears or comes more visible, depending on the eye position.
KIT KULRY can be used outdoors or indoors depending on the type of wood chosen. It makes an elegant, light and modular fence or screen corresponding to Zen architecture, favoring an easy integration in its environment while facilitating movement in both living and working spaces.
KIT KURLY is the answer to your wish to create straight or curved screens in all spaces in your home, garden or office.
Agora pode confortavelmente desfrutar da sua pérgola Gibus também no inverno, com os sistemas de aquecimento inteligentes, ao fechar os painéis de janela GIBUS ou os laterais práticos pode uma sala aquecida que pode ser perfeitamente utilizada durante o inverno. Os aquecedore Platinum e Tungsten 4000W são capazes de satisfazer qualquer necessidade funcional e estética, e são perfeitos para aquecer qualquer espaço. Ambos os sistemas são capazes de suportar o vento e corrosão.
Platinum Smart-Heat is a refined accessory to complete your Place under the Sun which, with a black radiating surface it gives excellent performance levels with a gentle heat flow that is activated by user friendly controls on a single switch. It can be installed on the wall or ceiling and turned in any direction you wish. The innovative essential lines make it extremely versatile and able to fit into any setting where, with style and class, it gives off warm comforting heat.
Tungsten 4000W is our electric infrared heater with radiating surfaces. A smart heating unit that can be installed on the wall or ceiling with a simple touch switch to activate it. The heat intensity can be regulated and pointed in any direction, and moreover it is ideal for use both inside and outside. To enjoy life in your private outdoor areas, or to welcome guests to your restaurant, conversation corners, bars or outdoor lounge bars during the winter as well, trust our state of the art radiating systems.
Biophilia is a collaboration-project with the ceramic manufacturer Zol Art in Sweden and was initiated for the exhibition “The New Map”. All items are manufactured by Zol Art and the project operates on a business model that shares profits 50/50 between the designer and the producer.
The collection consists of four organically shaped ceramic vessels, each symbolising a step in a plant’s growing process. Due to their decreasing width, each of the vessels can be stacked inside one another, creating multiple possible combinations.
The chamotte stoneware bowl “Capsula” symbolises the protective seedpod from which everything begins. Embraced by the coarse stoneware the “Petalis” vase sprouts, a sheer porcelain vessel which has been allowed to blossom out like porcelain objects historically also have done. The vase then branches out forming the pitcher “Truncus”, which draws its inspiration from how the craftsmanship and mass production of ceramics today struggle in different directions. At the very top the small earthenware vase “Spore” is resting, waiting to take root elsewhere by also functioning as a small vase for seedlings.
A MacKenzie-Childs é uma empresa americana com um estilo muito próprio e original, a coleção
Greenhouse Outdoor é composta por várias peças de mobiliário que alegram qualquer espaço
Chic & Basta is a new online store which presents a curated collection of products from contemporary designers, makers and artisans from Quebec.
With now some twenty contemporary designers and craftsmen from Quebec available on its online store, Chic & Bastacreates a link between lovers of beautiful objects and those who make them.
Chic & Basta was founded on the simple idea of supporting and promoting the independent Quebec creators who produce handmade design objects (or manufactured in small batch runs), that are authentic, contemporary and of great aesthetic beauty
Traveling the world of creators, Chic & Basta selects a carefully curated collection of beautiful and practical products for the home.
Among the objects of designers and craftsmen presented on Chic & Basta we find exclusives from: madebyild, Marie-José Gustave, Materia Prima, S. Chapados, and Sainte Marie design textile.
"Our ambition in this new adventure is for Chic & Basta to become an ambassador for the creators of contemporary objects in Quebec", explains Manon Martin and Louis Durocher, the two founders.
The two associates hope to showcase Quebec artists by sharing with you their passion for their work, and their love of beautiful, unique objects, objects made to last.
Perfectly imperfect objects
Chic & Basta loves and looks for perfectly imperfect objects, small series, small productions, high-quality objects that combine simplicity of function and aesthetics.
The land is its artisans
In presenting the products and the portraits of their creators, Chic & Basta wants to create a connection between lovers of beautiful objects and those who make them: Quebec designers, artisans and small manufacturers.
Buy less, buy better
Manon Martin and Louis Durocher believe that a people’s soul is expressed in their objects and craft, that handmade objects, products of local artisans, and design objects made in small series, are more beautiful, last longer, and ultimately provide more satisfaction than goods mass produced by our industrial society.
Their selection has a preference for creators and Quebec artists who focus on quality rather than quantity, and who create contemporary objects.
After more than 20 years working in communications and web marketing, the two founders, Manon Martin and Louis Durocher, husband and wife living in the Eastern Townships in the Province of Quebec, founded Chic & Basta.
Felix Diener. Todos eles fazem parte da equipa que delineou as tendências em design de interiores para a Heimtextil.
Os novos temas foram definidos através de uma abordagem integrada, que recupera o foco do design nas pessoas com um forte apelo aos sentidos. O tema ‘well-being 4.0’ transmite um sentimento de calma e relaxamento. Tudo está pensado para oferecer uma vida melhor e bem-estar. A tecnologia e a ciência desempenham um papel fulcral nos têxteis. O número 4.0 apela à indústria 4.0 e representa soluções inteligentes, digitais e personalizadas. A ideia é despertar sentimentos positivos e respostas a estímulos com o toque de um botão. “Precisamos de encontrar formas de ligar o que é natural ao artificial”, comentou Lisa Douet durante a conferência, sublinhando um dos grandes desafios. “Para além da tecnologia, temos de assegurar que os materiais naturais e produtos artesanais têm lugar no design do futuro.” Neste aspecto, tanto o Livro de Tendências como o Parque Temático oferecem projectos pioneiros. As previsões das tendências são apresentadas em detalhe no novo website. Alguns projectos e informações estão já disponíveis em www.heimtextil-theme-park.com.
Livro de Tendências com três partes
O novo Livro de Tendências apresenta 3 partes diferentes. A primeira é um guia que contém quatro temas assentes em materiais, designs e cores.
A segunda é uma paleta de cores que apresenta a gama das próximas tendências e pretende ser uma ferramenta de trabalho útil. A última parte é um editorial que ilustra as tendências ‘well-being 4.0’. O editorial recorre ao uso de plantas para apelar aos sentidos do leitor, coloca o foco em minerais valiosos e têxteis terapêuticos e define quais as cores que representam o sentimento de bem-estar.
Parque temático Heimtextil ‘well-being 4.0’ – Tendências 2016/2017 – os temas das tendências
Protect: o que nos faz bem
Esta tendência anuncia uma estética clean e um design discreto. Este tema anda de mãos dadas com uma variedade de produtos para bem-estar e programas detox. O silêncio apresenta-se como figura central. Torna-se no antídoto para este mundo no qual vivemos constantemente “ligados”, mas do qual desejamos conseguir desconectar-nos para podermos fazer algo de bom por nós. Esta tendência centra-se na protecção das nossas necessidades físicas e psicológicas.
Energise: sonhos digitais
As pessoas usam a tecnologia para melhorar o seu sentimento de bem-estar. As fronteiras entre o online e o offline estão cada vez mais ténues. E o mundo digital está a invadir o nosso mundo físico. Neste processo, a luz está a tornar-se uma nova forma de criar formas intangíveis e de destacar contornos dinâmicos. Ao mesmo tempo, as cores brilhantes e fluorescentes vibram, contrastando com os tons mais escuros de azul. Esta tendência de energia positiva utiliza uma estética com brilho intenso, padrões de caleidoscópio e designs atléticos.
Nourish: design sensorial
As paisagens naturais e urbanas convergem para um mundo sustentável. O foco principal deste tema é criar espaços verdes. A paleta de cores celebra os verdes, bem como os castanhos-escuros e os cinzentos, em harmonia com elementos como a pedra e a terra. Os materiais naturais são conjugados com design pioneiro. Produtos artesanais desempenham um papel importante no processo, salientando a beleza da fonte.
Enrich: apelo a todos os sentidos
O foco principal é colocado em elementos decorativos e opulentos que misturam referências culturais com o passado e o futuro. Os elementos ornamentais abrilhantam, os materiais mais clássicos são os que saltam à vista. As cores ricas como a ameixa e o carmesim abundam juntamente com o dourado metálico e elementos em bronze.
Uma pitada do Oriente é misturada com padrões icónicos que reinterpretam o classismo com esplendor.
Keen to experiment, futuristic, reductionist and original – the trends in the consumer-goods sector for the forthcoming season offer a broad church of design. From 12 to 16 February 2016, the Ambiente Trend Show in Frankfurt will showcase a spectacular presentation of the latest trends in four themed scenarios: “artisanal gardening”, “futuristic couture”, “functional simplicity” and “composing freedom”. The trends, which have been identified by the trend bureau stilbüro bora.herke.palmisano, are inspired by recent directions in design, art, fashion and architecture. To create the thematic scenarios, the trend consultants choose products of Ambiente exhibitors and allow people to experience the trends of the future at first hand, using specific concrete examples. As the leading international trade fair for the consumer-goods sector, Ambiente is able to reflect the trends in the areas covered by 'Living', 'Giving' and 'Dining' like no other event and offers an overview of the entire sector, together with its new products and innovations. There is a brochure, available in advance, and packed with information on trends in colours, materials and stylistic combinations.
The process does not necessarily mean that there must be a completely new approach – successful products and best sellers are often just developments of tried and tested things that we have known and loved for some time. The leitmotif “preserve and develop” runs through all four thematic scenarios and underlines the increasingly high demands that designers, manufacturers and consumers make on consumer goods. Particularly popular are products, which are produced in environmentally and socially acceptable ways. In combination with the opportunities afforded by modern materials, manufacture and processing, there emerge solutions which are extremely successful in both their intelligence and creative feel. “The search for new forms of expression in design leads, on the one hand, to painstaking, serious and profound attempts to grapple with the issues and, on the other hand, however, gives people the courage to experiment with forms and materials,” says Annetta Palmisano from the trend bureau stilbüro bora.herke.palmisano. The four themed scenarios can be seen in Galleria 1, during Ambiente.
Artisanal gardening: authentic and original
Inspiration from the garden: with warm shades of late summer and original materials, this trend brings nature into the home. The boundaries between inside and outside dissolve away to create a relaxed atmosphere for the living space with an ambience that is inspired both by hippie tradition and folklore. A palette of strong colours comes together with natural materials such as clay and ceramic, wood, bamboo, linen, wool, denim, velvet and wild leather options. Traditional processes, such as braiding, quilting, embroidery, carving, engraving and enamelling, all set the materials in 'natural' contexts. As befits this, vases, quilts and cushions are decorated with strong, floral patterns – be it tone-on-tone or more lively colourings. Macramé, patchwork and appliqué work are celebrating a joyful comeback. Vintage products and imaginative 'finds' complete the harmony of designs to be found in living rooms.
Futuristic couture: radiant aesthetic
The combination of innovative manufacturing technologies such as thermoplastic processes and traditional production methods opens up new possibilities and makes it possible to turn plastic, Perspex, rhinestones, metal and neoprene into decorative and recyclable products. Sophisticated molecular patterns, shadows and delicate filigree textures provide features that surprise us and lend an air of science fiction with a strange and unfamiliar aesthetic to accessories in the home – including glasses, lamps and jewellery. Thanks to technical developments, such as 3D printing, the limits of the possible are being moved outwards and, hence, make it possible to envisage all kinds of tailor-made solutions. Shades of light green and blue, nickel and pink meet sparkly elements and create futuristic designs that play with fakes, breaks and artificial takes.
Functional simplicity: getting it just right
Matter-of-fact, simple and high quality – with a whole new monochrome colour palette in white and grey tones, this trend concentrates on maximising the functionality of the product. Reductionist design throws the focus onto outstanding workmanship and is inspired by the applications of materials in sport and architecture. The use of glass, stainless steel, marble, concrete and rubber in the manufacture underline the durability of the products and contribute to a sporty, relaxed and unisex look. Thanks to clean lines, basic geometrical forms, net materials and micro textures, these products radiate an aesthetic that is dominated by symmetry. This form of high-calibre minimalism, therefore, meets the most stringent conditions for giving birth to the classics of tomorrow.
Composing freedom: unconventionality without inhibitions
Strong, saturated colours and a bright colour mix in the product design are what define this trend, which will just not fit into any pigeon hole: contrasting features are brought together to display some astonishing combinations with a really individual feel. A number of different textiles, artificial animal skins, highly polished metals and spray-painted visual effects combine with embossed reptile images, animal prints and soft-definition jacquards. The joy of experimentation and combination makes for a design spectrum that is full of contrast, without fear of trespassing on any other particular style. The result is colourful chaos, created with branded products and no-name favourites, which are linked via one particular constant: the original carefree approach.
SILAÏ es la nueva colección de la diseñadora belga Charlotte Lancelot para GAN, la marca indoor de GANDIABLASCO.
SILAÏ significa “puntada” en indi y es una reinterpretación del bordado petit point.
Inspirada en la labor de los artesanos, Charlotte Lancelot ha creado una colección contemporánea que busca resaltar la técnica del bordado a mano, aplicando cambios de escala, de uso y de contexto.
“Esta es una técnica que la gente conoce, que les acerca a sus recuerdos y les genera emociones”, asegura la diseñadora.
SILAÏ celebra la belleza de las técnicas antiguas, hechas a mano, donde queda reflejado el tiempo, el cuidado y la paciencia que se necesitan para realizarlas. Es un “savoir-faire” que se está perdiendo, ya que cada vez tenemos menos tiempo y nos servimos de objetos de compra rápida, que no dudamos en sustituir.
Bordado sobre una retícula plástica llamada “canevás”, el petit point son puntadas sencillas y rápidas en diagonal. El diseño de estas alfombras incluye cuatro tipos de puntadas diferentes que, combinadas entre sí, crean una bonita armonía de colores y texturas.
El resultado: alfombras muy ligeras, cómodas y con un diseño único.
A la alfombra como punto de partida se agregan piezas coordinadas: cojines, pufs y mesas auxiliares de
madera forrada, que dan continuidad a la colección y complementan el diseño de espacios de uso residencial, público o comercial.
La colección SILAÏ está disponible en cuatro colores diferentes, inspirados en la variedad de patrones de
los azulejos que se usaban para decorar los suelos.
El pequeño puf de la colección es ligero y fácil de mover, cumpliendo la función de un asiento adicional
Por otra parte, la combinación de tres mesas bajas permite formar una gran mesa de centro. De este
modo, cada elemento se puede utilizar junto o por separado, gracias a su juego de medidas coordinado.
Con una forma fresca e ingeniosa de bordar alfombras y mobiliario, SILAÏ viste espacios y genera ambientes contemporáneos que nos recuerdan las técnicas de siempre. Técnicas que hoy siguen utilizando el mismo tipo de aguja que se usa desde los inicios de la humanidad para hacer puntadas funcionales o decorativas.
El mueble como concepto abierto para todos y para todo: espacio, tiempo, posición y composición. Ese es el carácter de DOCKS, disponible también en color antracita como novedad 2015.
Diseñada por Romero Vallejo para GANDIABLASCO, esta colección de mobiliario exterior tiene por esencia su estructura, un elemento clave de soporte, equilibrio y estética puramente arquitectónica.
La modularidad infinita de la colección parte de esa misma estructura, en combinación con diferentes piezas de asiento, reposabrazos, cojines y respaldos para formar sofás, camas y áreas de descanso más complejas.
“… un análisis de las diferentes formas de sentarse, incluyendo modos improvisados e informales, ayuda a definir la geometría global de la colección”, explican los diseñadores.
Inspirada en los procesos de fabricación industrial y con reminiscencias a objetos de uso cotidiano como los pallets, esta estructura debe su ligereza y portabilidad a su elaboración a base de perfilería en aluminio.
Disponible en tres medidas diferentes, su detalle constructivo la hace una pieza apilable e intercambiable,
ideal para crear una gran variedad de configuraciones en todo tipo de ambientes.
“Se trata de un sistema modular de relaciones abiertas a la vida, en diferentes momentos”, afirma Mariano Vallejo.
Además de la nueva versión de estructura en antracita, DOCKS también ilumina los espacios exteriores
con sus colores anodizado, blanco, arena y bronce, y con diferentes opciones de tapizado de asientos y cojines.
DOCKS es diseño y modularidad sin límites para exteriores.
For the 6th time, the Schloss Dyck Foundation and the European Garden Heritage Network – EGHN celebrated the European horticulture with an award ceremony. Supported by the Nurseries Lorenz von Ehren a jury chose the most exceptional and innovative planting concepts in Europe this year.
The criteria included pioneering spirit reflecting the development of new ideas, a striking mix of tradition and modernity, and the enhancement of the quality of life through urban green initiatives.
Four categories were determined for the awards:
Category “Best Development of a Historical Park or Garden“: For the first time a German park won this category: The baroque Herrenhäuser Gärten in Hannover ideally combine cultivated garden art with numerous events, consequent marketing and the restored castle as an additional attraction.
Category “Contemporary Park or Garden“: The Parc Martin Luther King in Paris is a redesign of a former area characterized by warehouses and stockyards into a highly attractive and ecologically oriented park.
Category “Special Award of the Schloss Dyck Foundation”: The members of the Castle Dyck Foundation honoured the Hermannshof in Weinheim (Germany), a privately owned public trial and show garden, for its outstanding, innovative and internationally respected planting concepts.
Category: “Large Scale Green Networks and Development Concepts“: This award went to Green Malmö in Malmö, Sweden. Within the planning process its green – a positive historic heritage of the city – played a very important role for the development of the city and the change of its character. After the economic recession the city had experienced its green has brought hope and has given many inspiring solutions and outcomes. An excellent best practice showing that visions indeed can be realized!
Besides the four award winners, there were four further finalists attending the ceremony:
Painshill Park, Cobham, Uk
Sigurtà, Valeggio Sul Mincio, Italy
Etar de Alcântara, Lisbon, Portugal
Bosco Della Ragnaia, San Giovanni d’Asso, near Siena, Italy
After their presentation, the four winners and four further finalists from France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Sweden and the UK had the opportunity to talk to their representatives and the other guests during the subsequent “Lorenz von Ehren Gala-Dinner“.
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Ahhh ... a maravilhosa sensação de primavera! Se é isso que você quer, mime-se com os maravilhosos bolbos de flores para o seu jardim ou varanda. Eles são os presentes para o jardim, com um pouco de elemento de surpresa. Quando os bolbos de flores são plantados entre setembro e dezembro, o jardim vai exibir sua primeira cor no início da primavera. O que poderia ser melhor? Selecione pequenas manchas sob arbustos ou entre plantas perenes onde os bolbos podem crescer e florescer. Quer rosa, branco, roxo, amarelo ou azul, todos os bolbos de flores vão valer a pena esperar. Aqui ficam 10 bolbos de flores zuis para o seu jardim:
The finalists of the 2015 edition of the SBID International Design Awards have now been revealed. This year alone, the awards received entries from 41 countries including South Korea, Egypt, Qatar, Scandinavia, Canada, Taiwan, Russia, New Zealand and much more.
The increased volume of entries has resulted in the biggest selection of finalists to date including Hotel Design projects such as the Virgin Hotel Chicago, USA; Kempinski Hotel Changsha, China and Nobu Hotel Manila, Philippines; Retail Design projects including the Fred Perry and Watches of Switzerland stores in London plus Office Design projects including commercial giants; UBM and Red Bull.
The 14 categories range from best Healthcare Design, Retail Design and Intelligent Design to best KBB Project, Public Space and Visualisation. The public were invited to vote for their favourite finalists atwww.sbidawards.com which will account for 30% of the final results. The closing date for the public voting was on Friday 18 September 2015 at 5.30 pm GMT.
The winners will be announced and awarded with the crystal SBID International Design Awards 2015 trophy at the official ceremony, held at The Dorchester hotel London on Friday 27th November 2015.
An overall winner Award will also be awarded to the project that comes out on the top after an amalgamation of the judge’s choices and the public votes have been considered.
VIPs and our distinguished panel of sponsors including ABB Group, Natuzzi Italia, Maison & Objet, Wools of New Zealand, and Sans Souci Glass Deco will be invited to our annual afternoon tea at the House of Lords in November 2015.
The judges this year included Lewis Carnie, Head of Programmes at BBC Radio 2 & 6; Sir Michael Dixon, Director at the National History Museum, London and Robert Hudson, Chief Executive of the National Association of Shopfitters; Kevin Mau, Senior Creative Director at The Boeing Company; Ben McOwen Wilson, Director of Content Partnerships at YouTube; Jane Preston, Facilities Manager UK, Real Estate & Workplace Services at Google; David Lewis, Managing Director of Sunseeker London; Mathew Dalby, Creative Director at The Studio at Harrods; Carolina Calzada, Managing Director at Global Color Research; Patrick Taylor, Managing Director ofTaylist Media; Theresa Dowling, Editor and Group Editorial Director for Progressive Market Intelligence (FX, Blueprint) .
All of the winners and finalists will be featured in TheGlobal Interior Design 2015 coffee table book.
The SBID International Design Awards has come to be regarded as one of the highest accolades in the interior design industry. Each category undergoes an exclusive two-tier judging process by panels of leading industry experts for both technical content and aesthetic creativity and evaluates elements such as brief compliance, budget, health & safety, and fit-for-purpose design. The past Awards received entries from over 30 countries, across 5 continents around the world.
The winners will benefit from extensive media and social media exposure throughout the year as well as the right to use the ‘SBID Winner 2015′ logo on their website. They will also have the opportunity to network with top design professionals and potential clients and will receive the crystal SBID Awards 2015 trophy at the ceremony. Shortlisted entrants will also receive media and social media exposure and the right to use the ‘SBID Finalist 2015′ logo.
Series of floor and table lanterns that can be used in exterior environments.
Structure: removable cover made by sewing a one or two-colours Rope cord in a spiral-like pattern.
Lighting body: dimmable led lamp supplied by a battery designed for six hours of autonomy at maximun light output. It can be charged using the supplied battery charger included or with any other device with male USB connector.
The Biorecover collection is a interpretation of recyled wood. A careful study to creatively interpret recycled wooden floors, interior walls and to create contemporary ceramic tiles with a vintage flavour.
The wear caused by time and the traces left on the wood are recreated by the structure of the tile, the grain and colour variations of the surfaces. Biorecover is available in 3 colours and 2 sizes; the long 20x180cm plank amplifies spaces and can be installed by itself or combined with the shorter 20x121.5cm module.
Volumes, shapes and balance are the key elements of Cleo collection. It is a composition of objects that can be arranged in multiple layouts but always maintain a sense of calm, elegance and simplicity. The balance between the rigid, geometrical but flexible shape of the sofa finds its counterpart in the softness of the lounge chairs. The family comprises also of many other different elements that freely take part in a play between characters that shall easily and happily respond to any mood of your day.
All the items of this collection have a teak frame. The sofas are characterized by stainless steel supports. The alumimum feet are powder painted in stone grey color.
Dry foam padding.
The fabric cushions are removable, easy to wash and resistant to weather exposure.
Dining table and coffee table marble top thickness 2cm.
A makeover of the traditional planter, taken through the prism of graphic style, the
Basket nevertheless turns out to be eminently practical. Though poetic in its approach, its water discharge system ensures the Basket keeps its feet on the ground ... not to mention that it can
be a smart alternative to conventional terrace separators.
- Width : 70 cm
- Depth : 34 cm
- Height : 84 cm
Weight : 12,5 kg
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE :
• Put plants in the trays, leaving them in their original containers.
• If you want to put the plants in earth, it is recommended to line the bottom of the tray with either a geotextile or drainage beads. In both cases, do not allow water to stagnate.
The Spanish outdoor furniture brand Calma won the Red Dot award: Best of the Best 2015 for the design of OM sunshade, becoming the first Spanish firm to win the Red Dot competition’s top award since 2011. OM collection’s designer, Andreu Carulla, and Calma’s art director, Ricard Vicens, collected the award last june in Essen (Germany), in front of more than 1,200 people from 40 different countries who attended the glamorous Red Dot Gala. The Red Dot Award: Product Design, which celebrates the 60th anniversary this year, places Calma as one of the innovative firms in the international design field.
The Red Dot’s top award, Best of the Best, with which Calma has been awarded, was presented to 81 products from 4,928 candidates from 56 different countries. OM sunshade captivated the Red Dot jury, formed by 38 renowned and independent experts from 25 countries, because of its quality and innovative design. The jury highlighted: “The OM sunshade merges a clear and elegant design with highly refined functionality. The innovative, outstandingly smart rotating system is highly fascinating as it allows for comfortable opening and closing. The sunshade can be used in many different configurations and enhances almost any ambiance. It can serve as standing umbrella or attached to the wall and also as space partition. Moreover, the use of high-quality materials gives it high durability.”
OM is a collection of shades, designed and manufactured 100% in Spain, which reinvent and bring a twist on the so characteristic umbrellas from the Mediterranean coast. Its versatility possibilities its adaptation to any space and functionality, creating fresh and relaxing environment.
Because of its innovative unfolding mechanism, the umbrella can be adapted to the needs of the moment, whether it is fully, half or hardly open, providing different shade for each position. When the canopy is closed, a simple mechanism allows a 360° rotation of the canopy creating a vane effect when the wind blows.
OM is available in three different models:
The central pole umbrella, which allows a 360º opening and is available with a 60 cm base or a 22 cm base to fix it to the floor. The structure is in extruded aluminium anodized in black or silver.
Wall umbrella (for 90 / 180 / 270° angles);
Folding wind/ambience screen for 180° angles, fixed to the floor.
The covers, currently, come in technical fabric, and with the colours Sunless500 in grey and black. The price of the OM sunsade is 1,589 € (although it varies depending on the sizes and bases)
MAISON&OBJET is the major event for professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. The lifestyle show brings together a 360°product offering. Decoration, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, the world of children, tableware… The styles coexist in a multifaceted way, throughout the inventive show design which enlivens the spaces. This extraordinary diversity is in line with the varied expectations of global markets. With each session, the great lifestyle platform, at the intersection of business and creativity, reveals solutions to visitors from around the world in search of uniqueness.
MAISON&OBJET is the multi-multicultural crossroads of contemporary living. Places for meetings and exchanges, our shows welcome exhibitors and visitors from around the world and showcase a high-quality international offer. They provide a comprehensive overview of the excellence and innovation that help to share the best of creativity.
MAISON&OBJET decodes emerging signs of creativity. Its Observatoire de la Maison identifies compelling, new innovative ideas. Each year, the show celebrates the Designers of the Year and Talents à la Carte. An inspired talent detector, it picks out emerging talents and celebrates the values of style. Through its lecture series on major themes explored by international experts, MAISON&OBJET provides a source of exclusive and forward-looking information to help understand and foresee market trends.
Numerous new growing accessories are on show, ranging from micro-grow light gardens and portable greenhouses to novel garden netting designs, plant supports, link stakes and garden arches. Among the revolutionary watering accessories are a mobile telephone operated control system, a daylight sensored water controller and a weather responsive system.
There are new lightweight and multi-purpose hand tools, outdoor clocks, garden storage buildings, patio brooms and barbecue accessories. Items to meet the demands of the expanding wildlife market include funky-style bird boxes and feeders.
Within the main British exhibitor pavilion is a UK garden industry information stand, manned by the Gardenex federation’s team of multi-lingual staff.
A new feature this year is a British Innovation and Business Zone that will display new, innovative and first time products or services. The Zone will be situated adjacent to the Gardenex stand and UK garden industry information stand. (Hall 9.1, Stand C36)
The British exhibitors are as follows:
ALM Manufacturing (Hall 9.1, Stand C38a)
Bambrella Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand C40/D41)
BarbeSkew (Hall 7.1, Stand D59)
Bosmere Products Limited (Hall 9.1, Stand E30)
Briers (Hall 10.1, Stand B029)
Britain: home of gardening – Innovation & Business Zone (Hall 9.1, Stand C36)
Catwatch by Concept Research (Hall 9.1, Stand D34)
Crest Garden (Hall 9.1, Stand E33)
G Plants (Hall 9.1, Stand D38)
Gardenex (Hall 9.1, Stand C34)
Gardenskill Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand E35)
Garland Products/Worth Gardening (Hall 9.1, Stand C30)
Greenman Garden Tools (Hall 9.1, Stand D31a)
Grumpy Gardener by GreanBase (Hall 9.1, Stand D36)
Harrod Horticultural (Hall 9.1, Stand D37)
Haws Watering Cans (Hall 9.1, Stand C32)
Hozelock Ltd (Hall 6.1, Stand B10/C11)
Irrigatia – Solar Automatic Watering (Hall 9.1, Stand E31a)
Laura Ashley/Treadstone Products (Hall 9.1, Stand C33)
London Ornaments (Hall 9.1, Stand B1)
Mac’s BBQ Ltd (Hall 7.1, Stand E23)
Oakthrift Corporation (Hall 9.1, Stand D30)
Plantworks Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D34a)
Popadome (Hall 9.1, Stand D36a)
Porous Pipe (Hall 9.1, Stand C36a)
Smart Garden Products (Hall 9.1, Stand C39)
Straight Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D32)
Strata Products Ltd (Hall 10.1, Stand G58)
STV International Ltd (Hall 6.1, Stand B20)
Tildenet Gardenware/Haxnicks (Hall 9.1, Stand D31)
Town & Country (Hall 9.1, Stand E31)
Trimetals Ltd (Hall 6.1, Stand A43)
Tubtrugs® (Hall 9.1, Stand D35)
VegTrug Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D33)
What More UK Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand A11)
Yardmaster International (Hall 6.1, Stand E30)
Within the OBJET pole, 7 sectors with strong identities offer you a chance to compose overarching, inspiring worlds in your retail outlets. Hall 5A, COMPLEMENTS, offers the essentials, a charming space in which each object brings its touch to your interior. You will find floral decorations and objects from Cadès, classic chic tableware from Côté Table, Pomax and its paean to color on fabrics, lighting and objects, and even the Christmas spirit of Goodwill decorations.
In the FRAGRANCES sector, soaps, scented candles, bath products and air fresheners give the home some soul! COOK+DESIGN at the heart of OBJET pole honors the kitchen as natural playing field for design. Hall 6 presents FRESH and its colorful, mischievous accessories to give pep to our interiors, like pop creations from PYLONES, inspired objects from Serax, or colored ceramics from Asa Selection.
FASHION will allow you to match your interior to your outfit… Or is it the other way around? Fashion items, trendy accessories, fashion and decoration finally in tune, with witty offerings from Coming B and quirky textile accessories from La Cerise Sur le Gâteau.
will offer the trendiest visitors connected, fun and “crushworthy” fashion
items and accessories, to affirm your personal touch in style. Lastly, with , it’s time for the inspired and inspiring world of children, with joyous
creations from Petit Pan and furniture that’s full of imagination from Mathy By Bols.
The teamLab – FLOATING FLOWER GARDEN SPACE / Have you ever opened the doors to a garden with thousands of levitating and perfumed flowers? This exceptional and highly poetic sensory experience will be presented to you by teamLab at the entrance of hall 7.
After last season’s dreamy banquet of birds and flowering cherry branches, the Japanese techno-artists return to Villepinte with an amazing botanical fairyland. 2,300 suspended flowers, with their roots anchored overhead, float in a vivid white bubble. Petals, leaves and pistils blossom in the silence of the carnal and mysterious garden. The place evolves since the flowers grow each day thanks to the technological
prowess of teamLab. As if endowed with a conscience, they rise when the spectator approaches, creating a dome over his head, and then descend once again. If visitors stand in a group together, the botanical chorus is amplified but the flowers remain evasive.
This 3-D metaphor takes inspiration from a zen kôan, those part-fable, part-poetic Buddhist enigmas. TeamLab’s founder Toshiyuki Inoko tells us that in the 13th century, a zen priest left his meditative retreat in the mountains to teach the path of awakening. One day, he pointed to a flower in a garden: “People today see it as if they were in a dream”, he said. “The Heaven and I come from the same roots. Everything around me and myself as well are made of the same substance”.
This is the installation’s philosophy: the delicate link it weaves between visitors and the ecosystem offers a way to restore our sense of unity with Nature. By modeling the wonders, the experience of a flower garden awakens us through the magic of algorithm and introduces the visitor to teamLab’s ecological message.
To discover at
scènes d’interieur. Hall 7
São 15 cores fortes e inspiradoras criadas de acordo com as últimas tendências do sector da decoração e design de interiores. A CIN destaca Pink Power (E660) como Cor do Ano, celebrando um 2015 feminino, no qual a cor rosa volta a invadir as casas, os quartos e todos os seus pormenores e recantos.
Paixão, emoção, sofisticação e estilo são os conceitos inspiradores básicos do Catálogo de Tendências de Cor da CIN, há 15 anos a tornar todos os lares cada vez mais especiais e pessoais. A CIN é já uma marca de referência no mercado nacional e internacional de tintas e vernizes, com elevada procura pelos consumidores e profissionais mais exigentes.
Tendências de Cor 2015
2015 é um ano dedicado à mulher, marcado pela cor dos batons e do amor: Pink Power. Quente e viva, esta é uma cor ligada ao universo feminino. Doce, suave e ao mesmo tempo forte, a cor Pink Power não passa despercebida no mundo das cores.
As restantes opções do catálogo distinguem-se pela elegância e harmonia que proporcionam. A primeira é Chalk White, a intemporal cor branca, inspirada na textura do giz e no mate dos suspiros. Este branco contém uma nota ínfima de cinza que o torna mais moderno. A seguinte é Perfect Grey, uma exploração do cinzento encontrado na natureza e um equilíbrio perfeito entre o claro e o escuro. Lumière Noire é a terceira cor das Tendências do Ano e absorve todas as outras. É sublimada pela matéria e pela luz, emanando sofistificação e neutralidade.
Miss Rose, como o próprio nome indica, é um tom de cor-de-rosa mas esbatido. É a “miss” das cores, pois é associada à mulher contemporânea, ao perfume e à simplicidade. Segue-se Just Mauve, um tom tirado do céu entre o arroxear do final do dia e o início da noite. Inspirado na perda de cor das folhas e das pétalas, é uma mistura de cinzento com um toque de roxo. Deep Taupe encerra as tonalidades suaves, chique e trendy, é uma cor inspirada na Natureza que cria ambientes quentes e interiores calmos.
O catálogo propõe ainda mais cinco cores vivas, para além de Pink Power. Yuzu Dream é um tom amarelo inspirado na cor do citrino japonês que confere dinamismo e frescura a qualquer ambiente. Segue-se Coral Blossom, a cor mais poética e floral do catálogo. Inspirada no tom dos corais e das peónias em floração, esta é a cor ideal para promover boas energias em casa. Turquoise Paradise é o contraste da anterior, é a cor do mar, do paraíso aquático, do Verão, da água e do exótico. Após o tom turquesa, surge um azul quase eléctrico, Cobalt Blue, uma cor pura, recheada de vivacidade e sofisticação. A cor decorrente éJacaranda, um tom que oscila entre o lilás e o azul arroxeado, inspirado na flor da árvore Jacaranda.
Três cores inspiradas em materiais de decoração e arquitetura terminam o catálogo. Green Marble é um cinzento esverdeado moderno, inspirado na cor do mármore verde que está de regresso nos interiores. Depois do mármore surge o metal: Gold Taffeta é a penúltima cor do catálogo, um dourado luxuoso, iluminado pelo brilhante do ouro e a suavidade da seda. A 15ª e última cor é Like Copper, inspirada no cobre, o material que impera nesta estação, tanto no design de objectos como no de interiores.
Todas as cores estão disponíveis em Cashmere, VinylMatt, VinylClean, VinylSoft, VinylSilk, TestiT e Cinacryl mate e acetinado.
Med Room Fly version is the new selfsupporting powder coated covering system, that uses a PVC cloth, anti-UV blockout and a double pantograph made of polished aluminium (system patented by Gibus). This structure is available in ISOLA or
LEANING version with 2, 4 or 6 supporting posts (150 x 150 mm), in order to cover a surface up 40 m².
with 4 posts: projection up to cm 580
with 6 posts: projection from cm 581 to cm 1000
with 2 posts: projection up to cm 700
with 4 posts: projection from cm 701 to cm 1000
a 2 gambe: sporgenza fino a cm 700
a 4 gambe: sporgenza da cm 701 a cm 1000
Abre hoje as portas ao público o maior festival de flores e jardins do mundo, o RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show no Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey em Surrey, e encerra no próximo domingo
dia 5 de julho. Este evento celebra o seu 25º aniversário como uma série de inciativas durante o festival que visam na sua maioria incentivar os mais novos para a jardinagem e horticultura e
abordagens mais ecológicas na gestão dos jardins. São 11 meses de planeamento para um festival que recebeu em 2014 140,000 visitantes, este ano são mais de 500 expositores presentes em Hampton
Em 2015 há 30 jardins nas diferentes categorias deste festival 12 Show Gardens, 4 World gardens, 6 Conceptual Gardens, 5 Summer Gardens e 3 Historic Gardens.
Os melhores jardins do festival em cada categoria:
Best Show Garden
Hadlow College 'Green Seam'
Designed by Stuart Charles Towner & Bethany Williams
Best World Garden
The Turkish Ministry of Culture & Tourism: Garden of Paradise
Designed by Nilufer Danis, Lotus Design Studio
Best Summer Garden
QEF: A Different Point of View
Designed by Juliet Hutt
Best Historic Garden
Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey
Designed by Anthea Guthrie
Best Conceptual Garden
Designed by John Humphreys & Andy Hyde
A topiária é a arte de podar plantas em formas ornamentais. Consiste na prática da jardinagem que dá formas artísticas às plantas recorrendo à poda para esse efeito. Conhecem-se evidências da prática de topiária desde os tempos romanos, e voltou em força durante o renascimento Italiano culminado com a obra de André Le Nôtre, o criador dos jardins de Versalhes em 1662. Le Nôtre recorreu à utilização de várias espécies (principalmente o buxo) para obter formas cónicas e piramidais.
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A MOSO oferece uma multiplicidade de produtos inovadores e ecológicos feitos a partir de bambu.
No grupo de produtos "pavimentos e revestimentos de solos” podem destacar-se todo o tipo de pavimentos em bambu. Estes podem ainda apresentar-se sob a forma de um rolo indicados para revestimentos de pisos.
No grupo “painéis” está apresentado uma série de revestimentos em bambu, assim como painéis folheados a bambu ou sob a forma de um rolo.
Benefícios do bambu:
balanço de carbono neutro
duro e résistente
qualidade e garantia
MOSO Bamboo X-treme é um produto com réguas de bambu maciço de alta densidade, feitas a partir de tiras de bambu comprimidas a alta pressão. MOSO Bamboo X-treme é adequado para aplicações
externas, especialmente como pisos. Um especial processo de tratamento térmico patenteado confere ao Bamboo X-treme a classe mais elevada de durabilidade possível nas normas da UE e aumenta a
densidade – o que o torna muito duro. O formato simétrico especial das réguas oferece a possibilidade de escolher entre face ranhurada ou a superfície plana e permite a instalação rápida com
fixadores. Como qualquer espécie de madeira tropical não tratada, quando exposto a condições exteriores, o Bamboo X-treme vai mudando de cor para cinza ao longo do tempo criando um aspecto muito
natural. Um acabamento com impregnadores aquosos ajudam a conservar a cor de madeira.
Família de monocotiledóneas, também conhecida por Poáceas (Poaceae), que se distribui por cerca de 700 géneros e 12 000 espécies. São plantas herbáceas, embora existam espécies que alcançam enorme tamanho, como, por exemplo, o bambu do género Bambusa, em que se encontram várias espécies que se podem considerar lenhosas.
As Gramíneas (Gramineae) são cosmopolitas, encontrando-se praticamente em todo o mundo.
As plantas desta família são perenes, anuais ou vivazes, geralmente rizomatosas e estolhosas, com os caules tipo colmo. São caules simples ou ramificados, mais ou menos endurecidos, ocos nos entrenós e com tabiques internos nos nós. Salvo raras exceções, não são ramificados.
As folhas são alternas, dísticas, normalmente lineares a filiformes, de nervação geralmente paralelinérvea, invaginantes. São formadas por bainha, lígula, geralmente membranácea, e limbo.
Esta a definição destas plantas mas num jardim algumas das espécies desta família de plantas caracterizam-se plea sua transparência, leveza e a maniera que reflectem a luz especialmente ao pôr-do-sol. As Pennisetum e Festuca são das minhas preferidas.
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Though it shares part of its name and most of its structure with DEDON's iconic NESTREST hanging lounger, the new SWINGREST by Daniel Pouzet is in a class all its own. The ultimate hanging
lounger, SWINGREST is one of the first products to emerge from Dedon Island resort, our Outdoor Living Lab in Siargao, Philippines. Pouzet, co-architect and designer of Dedon Island, took his
inspiration for the SWINGREST from the extra-high ceilings of the resort's villas. Borrowing the basket-like bottom from his earlier creation, the NESTREST, he has managed to create an altogether
new work that feels even more spacious (and fits more people) while seeming to take up less space. Perfect for hanging on the terrace or veranda, or even indoors, the SWINGREST is distinguished
by the purity and simplicity of its concept. Rather than complicate it unnecessarily, Pouzet decided to focus instead on refining the details of the design, developing, for instance, the
SWINGREST's elegant suspension system, its 180° rotating tabletop and the specially-created cord that wraps around its exposed tubing. Available in a Natural colored weave, SWINGREST comes with
an optional fabric curtain cover that's perfect for making shade and giving privacy while letting those inside see out.
This ironical intervention on the conventional upholstery converts a regular backrest into two independent ‘wraps’ connected by colorful straps. A graphical aluminum structures frames the
protagonist of this chair, the cushions. These straps are connected to the main structure by the mean of two pins in that can easily be removed, allowing the user to store the cushions during the
winter time. The seat cushion is supported by a semi-transparent micro fabric.
The Flindt bollard is fitted with two LED light sources (approx. 585 lumens) positioned at the top of the light aperture so as to emit both horizontal and vertical light. This placement and the light aperture design result in a lateral light distribution covering an angle of more than 180°. The fixture thereby illuminates itself, and contributes to the total light experience as a visual element.
Its extremely simple and functional design means the bollard can be used in almost any architectural context, and blends into natural settings in a peaceful and harmonic way. The organic light pattern, combined with its simple design, makes the bollard ideal for one-sided, zigzag and curved configurations. The facility to adjust the bollard +/-10° following installation ensures perfect light harmony between the fixtures.
Products in the Sushi Collection designed by Edward Van Vliet and produced by Moroso play the starring role in the designer’s latest book entitled “Creating Worlds”.
All Edward Van Vliet’s work is characterized by close attention into every aspect making up the space, from furniture to lighting: everything becomes the absolute subject of a global experience. Creating Worlds is a compendium that accompanies the reader on a journey throughout the myriad of facets and influences that define Edward’s work, ranging from product design to hospitality and residential concepts, from east to west and from the smallest detail to ‘the big picture’.
The vast Sushi Collection produced by Moroso is especially striking for the patchwork upholstery that represents a key element in the various compositions further enhanced by embroidered geometrical patterns, high-tech grids, spiral graphics, and patterns that recall Moroccan Damask work.
Garden and Forest, Sky and Water, Earth and Stone. The texture and colours of ‘Terrain’ outdoor
fabrics reflect the subtle melange of colours found in different natural landscapes. ‘Terrain’ fabrics become
one with the outdoor landcape of their setting, whether it is wellbeing retreat, a wild
mediterranean garden, a crystal clear sea or sunset in the desert. ‘Terrain’ fabrics are sensual,
irridescent and textured. Each fabric is created with a mix of colours, with a surprising softness usually
associated with indoor fabrics. The fabrics are available in a range of 34 different colours and designed
to work with a diverse range of outdoor materials like marble, stone, wood, mesh and coated metal.
Doshi Levien have created a subtle palette of colour coatings to compliment the extensive range of
The 54th edition, with 2,106 exhibitors and 700 young designers ranged over 201,700
square metres of exhibition space, features the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the
International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and SaloneSatellite, along with the
biennial exhibitions Euroluce – in Pavilions 9-11 and 13-15 – and
Workplace3.0/SaloneUfficio, inside Pavilions 22-24, devoted to the workplace.
The 152,200 square metres of exhibition space at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile
and the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition – split into three style categories:
Classic, Modern and Design – will host 1,504 exhibitors showcasing their goods for the
first time, heralding the latest home furnishing trends.
The Boma collection, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Kettal, was born from the need of high
performances of outdoor environment, without sacrificing the increasing demand for comfort that
new products have to face.
Therefore the structure is organized around a frame entirely made of aluminum, capable of hiding in
the essentiality of its lines either the quality of the used materials and the chance of easy articulation
in different compositions.
On the base of this flexible and light support, soft seats, made of large cushions and different
modularity, take place.
The textile upholstery, that nowadays has nothing to envy to solutions for interior, completes the warm
and cosy feeling the product was meant to communicate.
We are facing a real system, capable to easily fit various situations and to be composed in several
typologies of products.
Se é sensível à destruição das florestas tropicais e dos seus ecossistemas, mas não quer prescindir do aspeto, nobreza e caraterísticas superiores da madeira tropical, Kebony é a madeira indicada para si.
Kebony é uma madeira modificada por impregnação, sob pressão, de um líquido bio-degradável e não nocivo para o meio ambiente. A madeira Kebony tem as propriedades melhoradas: é mais estável, mais dura e mais durável.
Tipos: Kebony SYP e Kebony Scots Pine, disponíveis em vários perfis.
Espessuras: 22 e 28 mm, dependendo do perfil.
Larguras: 142 e 95 mm, dependendo do perfil.
Comprimentos: 3,3 - 4,8 metros, máx. 5 metros.
Comercializado pela Banema.
A marca alemã Dedon apresentou em Cascais, no Palácio Presidencial na Citadela, as novidades para 2015, o trabalho no desenvolvimento de novas fibras e a qualidade nos detalhes continuam a ser os pontos fortes do seu mobiliário.
Low chair, year of production: 2014, design by Jaime Hayón.
Material: frame in steel tube cataphoretically-treated and painted in poliester powder. Seat in steel rod cataphoretically-treated and painted in poliester powder. Seat/back cushion covered in fabric ("Polyhedra").
Optional: loinrest cushion. Suitable for outdoor use.