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Sequenza in legno prefinito a tre strati TWIST by MENOTTI SPECCHIA

Sequenza in legno prefinito a tre strati TWIST by MENOTTI SPECCHIA

Wood floor, looks like bricks!

Wood Floor Tiles - made from blocks of calden wood, found in La Pampa, Argentina - via Just One Suitcase

Desselle & Partners Raphael Navot was born in Jerusalem, graduated from ‘The Design Academy’ in Eindhoven, Netherlands, and lives and works in Paris. A multidisciplinary, non-industrial designer, he focuses on custom made design and made to measure interiors, combining traditional methods with contemporary ‘savoir-faire’. Raphael Navot first made a name for himself designing the Silencio club in Paris in collaboration with David Lynch. His current projects include a major hotel in the…

Desselle & Partners Raphael Navot was born in Jerusalem, graduated from ‘The Design Academy’ in Eindhoven, Netherlands, and lives and works in Paris. A multidisciplinary, non-industrial designer, he focuses on custom made design and made to measure interiors, combining traditional methods with contemporary ‘savoir-faire’. Raphael Navot first made a name for himself designing the Silencio club in Paris in collaboration with David Lynch. His current projects include a major hotel in the…

the Essentials Collection from Mission Stone & Tile

Tactile Subway Tiles: An Updated Design Classic

Tactile subway tiles - designmilk Click this one! Interesting spin on classic subway tiles.

Copper Herringbone parquet flooring by Ted Todd, as seen as Decorex 2016

Copper Herringbone parquet flooring by Ted Todd, as seen as Decorex 2016

COMPASS demolishes the traditional view of parquet: the innovative asymmetrical rhombus shape of the slats, laid as flooring or wall covering, creates a fascinating optical effect: the surface no longer appears smooth, but seems to come to three-dimensional life, with fragmented lines which change as you approach or retreat.  A unique effect, for highly individual and aesthetic projects. DESIGNER: Paolo Cappello

COMPASS demolishes the traditional view of parquet: the innovative asymmetrical rhombus shape of the slats, laid as flooring or wall covering, creates a fascinating optical effect: the surface no longer appears smooth, but seems to come to three-dimensional life, with fragmented lines which change as you approach or retreat. A unique effect, for highly individual and aesthetic projects. DESIGNER: Paolo Cappello

BULTHAUP - MATERIALS  Client: Bulthaup Issue: Bulthaup Magazine Culture  http://www.gerhardtkellermann.com/bulthaupculture.php

BULTHAUP - MATERIALS Client: Bulthaup Issue: Bulthaup Magazine Culture http://www.gerhardtkellermann.com/bulthaupculture.php

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