We had an opportunity to walk this year's ICFF show and found some new things that were quite impressive. But there was one particular sighting that got us really excited. In 2011, the design duo Salto & Sigsgaard won a design competition under the auspices of the Danish Ministry of Culture to design the furniture for one of the permanent chambers at the United Nations headquarters here in New York, The Trusteeship Council Chamber also referred to as the Finn Juhl Chamber. In connection with…
London restaurant resembling a ramshackle farm building by Brinkworth
Brinkworth have created a restaurant in central London that resembles a farm building, with rusty corrugated iron on the walls and salvaged lighting.
Pressed metal, traditionally used on ceilings is now being used in a variety of applications, including as splashbacks, wall panelling, etc. Hundreds of designs from traditional through to contemporary add to the versatility of this material.
Spaces That Shine: Steel & Copper in Interior Design
Metals like copper, steel, tin and aluminum bring a modern industrial edge when incorporated into interior design by way of stairs, fireplaces & fountains.
This image was taken at the Maple Room at Crown. A metal flower installation is set in front of vinyl covered panels. Lighting projects shadows from the metal onto the vinyl covered wall to create an interesting, intimate effect.