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Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs  by Maria Rosa Pavia, 05/02/12

Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs

Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs by Maria Rosa Pavia,

Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs    by Maria Rosa Pavia, 05/02/12      Read more: Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs

Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs by Maria Rosa Pavia, Read more: Brecce Lamps by Marco Stefanelli Wedge Bright Lights Into Logs

Study of Stones in Milan - Folkform

The result is a series of candle- sticks made in limestone and hand-finished by stone mason Björn Johansson at Gillberga.

Striking precast stone fireplace against the black painted wall.

lessons in design :: How to Design for the SEASONS of Your Life {guest post

Love the dark accent wall on the fireplace. Love the dark accent wall on the fireplace. I was just telling David that I wish I would have done brown and gray in my livingroom

Stone Veneer Tables - Folkform, 2014

Folkform wish to create something together with some of the few stone masons still in existence. The table is made out of stone veneer.

Hotel B4 Boscolo Group by Giancarlo Marzorati & Simone Micheli Architectural, Milan hotels and restaurants furniture 2

Wonderful Futuristic Building Architecture Applying Creative Building: Exquisite Restaurant Design At The Hotel Milano With Lime Green Ch.

Marni Mercado De Paloquemao, Milan Design Week 2015 | Photo © Nick Hughes / Yellowtrace

Marni Mercado De Paloquemao / Milan Design Week 2015.

During Milan Design Week & Salone del Mobile Marni showroom turned into a colourful fruit market, for the charity project Marni Mercado de Paloquemao.

N=N/02 wedge of matter candle holder (with ochiai-seisakusho + kadowaki coat for brass version; and testi fratelli for marble version)

wedge of matter" candle holder co-designed by Italian designer Luca Nichetto and Japanese studio Nendo for the NICHETTO=NENDO collection

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