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Tiles Go Graphic at Cersaie

Tiles Go Graphic at Cersaie

Colourful pop art, bold geometric motifs, and hand-drawn patterns ruled at last month’s tile expo in Bologna. Here are seven of the fair’s most attention-grabbing launches, booths, and personalities.

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October 3, 2014

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An Office Tent for Group Huddles

An Office Tent for Group Huddles

Need time to think at the office? British designer Freyja Sewell is inspiring creative chatter with a womb-like tent.

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September 29, 2014

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Bologna Water Design at Cersaie

Bologna Water Design at Cersaie

Cersaie in Bologna presents the world’s top manufacturers of tile, sculptural bath fittings, colourful radiators and more. And a few intimate side streets away, the Bologna Water Design show explores H2O through a different filter.

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September 23, 2014

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4 Reasons to Check Out Cersaie – More Than Tiles

4 Reasons to Check Out Cersaie – More Than Tiles

From September 22 to 26, Cersaie – Bologna’s renowned tile and bathroom show – will feature the latest from brands like Zucchetti, Bisazza and Antonio Lupi. This year, look for new twists on traditional, even centuries-old offerings. Here’s a sneak peek.

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September 16, 2014

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Can Norman Foster’s SkyCycle Come True?

Can Norman Foster’s SkyCycle Come True?

The visionary concept for London would give cyclists their own expressway. Plus, three pieces of fun, fashionable and flat-packed bike gear.

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May 12, 2014

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6 Great Products Made From Cork

6 Great Products Made From Cork

Recyclable and biodegradable, cork can be harvested from the bark without felling the tree. Now, the warm material is finding its way into furnishings, lighting and accessories.

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April 16, 2014

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Red Bull’s Cultural Centre in São Paulo

Red Bull’s Cultural Centre in São Paulo

The French-Brazilian architecture studio Triptyque plays up a historic building’s raw character while adding playful elements – including a modern rooftop canopy – to create an artistic hub indoors and out.

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April 9, 2014

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Aesop’s Brooklyn Pop-Up

Aesop’s Brooklyn Pop-Up

Up until July, the temporary installation in the Invisible Dog Art Center features a wall of sand that represents the passing of time.

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April 7, 2014

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A Toronto Home With Surprising Views

A Toronto Home With Surprising Views

Designer Johnson Chou revamps a century-old house into a stunner filled with framed perspectives.

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March 31, 2014

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The New Shoe Museum in Old Waalwijk

The New Shoe Museum in Old Waalwijk

Doepel Strijkers takes over the former city hall in this Dutch town, and transforms it into a space that celebrates the area’s leather craftsmanship.

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March 10, 2014

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