Each week, our editors bring you a round-up of selected products, events, exhibitions, and anything else of interest to the design lover.
The newest series from Armani/Casa’s exclusive textiles collection by Rubelli blends Giorgio Armani’s distinctive take on Art Deco, Japanese figurative art, animal and chequer patterns, adding height and character to any room with the iconic fashion designer’s idiosyncratic use of “non-colour colours”. Available from Altfield Interiors.
Find out more at altfield.com.hk
Cooking Up A Storm
TechniStone is a non-porous, composite engineered stone made from natural materials. It is abrasion and bacteria resistant, and comes in a range of colours, patterns and textures that make it ideal for the kitchen.
Find out more at technistone.com
London reaffirms its position as one of the world’s leading design capitals with the 17th edition of the London Design Festival, open now until September 22. On show all across town are series of landmark projects and specially commissioned works including a doughnut-shaped bamboo structure by Kengo Kuma, a large-scale installation by Paul Cocksedge, a cube skeleton-framework by Liz West and more.
Find out more at londondesignfestival.com
From Valcucine, the customisable Logica Celata comes in Bar, Kitchen and Food Preparation models replete with elements and accessories purposely designed to meet specific requirements. When not in use, these efficient configurations can be hidden.
Find out more at valcucine.com