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A quality minimalism: the second trend through Hoof Cafè

03/07/2020Category : Trend

Let’s continue the journey started during the last weeks by introducing the second trend, which contrasts with the eclecticism of Kelly Wearstler that we talked about in the previous article. Focused on high quality minimalism featuring homogeneous and functional spaces, this trend is inspired by Asian and North-European décor, which is minimal par excellence. Introspective refinement subtly underpinned by discrete, simple and sophisticated interiors. Empty, open roo..

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Restart and trend analysis

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In a surreal year marked by the health emergency, the world of design, like all other sectors, is looking for answers to understand how to face the new phase that we have in front of us, which will certainly bring with it considerable changes in consumer habits . However, we believe that the predictive analysis of trends will always remain the compass for the prudent marketing choices that companies will have to make. At the beginning of this 2020 and before the global ..

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Serpentine Pavilion 2020 by Counterspace: it will be built with recycled bricks

The South African architecture studio Counterspace will use cork and bricks made with recycled building materials to build this year's Serpentine Pavilion, dedicated to the experiences of migrant communities in London. K-Briq modules will be used for the pavilion, a new Kenoteq technology for the production of bricks made from 90% recycled construction and demolition waste. According to what reported by the manufacturer, this ecological bricks do not require cooking..

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A 3D printed houses project in Italy: Tecla

New ways of thinking about the house, of designing and building it. Technology provides new and innovative methodologies in the field of architecture on a daily basis and one of these, 3D printing, is catching on widely. We talked about it some time ago in an article that told of a project by a Dutch university that had developed the first habitable village entirely 3D printed and that you find below. https://www.tosilab.it/prime-case-stampate-in-3d-sorgeranno-a-eindhoven/..

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Slow down today to start again as soon as possible tomorrow

Dear Customers, we inform you that in this extraordinary situation, as well as everyone else, we also slow down today to start again as soon as possible tomorrow. For the safety of Employees, Partners and the entire Community, according to the provisions of the Italian Government, we have suspended the operations of the production departments, maintaining all the activities that can be carried out in #SmartWorking mode. We will keep in touch with you via e-mail, telep..

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10 museums that you can visit from home

#IStayHome but i go to the museum. This is how we could summarize the initiative of some of the largest international museums which, at this time when it is indicated to stay at home for the good and safety of all, have opened the doors of their precious virtual exhibitions. Not long ago, we had told the experience promoted by the Louvre “Mona Lisa beyond the glass”, an exhibition in virtual reality that the Parisian museum had launched to learn more about the most hi..

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Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara win the Pritzker Architecture Prize 2020

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Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, co-founders of Grafton Architects, won the Pritzker Architecture award for 2020. Farrell and McNamara were honored "both for the integrity of their approach to buildings and for the way they run their business," said the jury of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. For the first time, the award goes to Ireland, although the fourth winner - Kevin Roche - is originally from that country. For the fourth and fifth time, the prestigious prize was..

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Let’s use our head..as never before!

Accepting profitably the moment of uncertainty that we are experiencing is the way in which Tosilab has decided to face this phase in which the adaptability to new situations is a fundamental factor for looking at tomorrow in a positive way. For us, despite everything, it means working hard to extrapolate constructive elements. We have accepted to leave the comfort zones to enter into a dimension of purposeful uncertainty, ready to make us more receptive to learning and to..

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Salone del Mobile e Biannale di Venezia new dates

The Coronavirus emergency is having a huge impact on various aspects of our daily lives. Events both small and large, conferences, presentations and forums are all being affected by sudden stops and postponements. Not just in the Veneto, Lombardy and Emilia Romagna regions but, at this point, all over Italy, everything has been put on hold to comply with government directives aimed at containing the Coronavirus. So far, over 70 events have been postponed and 22 cancelled (Il ..

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Tosilab’s TRENDSBOX lands in Spain for Cevisama 2020

17/01/2020Category : Events

For the third consecutive year Tosilab takes part in Cevisama, the Spanish international fair where architecture and surface design become absolute protagonists. The event will take place in Valencia from 3 to 7 February and will host visitors from all over the world. According to the organizers, there will be a growth in terms of visitors and exhibitors. Guest of honor at the event was the Danish architect Bjarke Ingles, known as BIG, a personality we talked about in our ..

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