New model: Treestyle
Beginning of 2016, product launching.
New kitchen concept, which develops vertically, available in several more/less-equipped solutions.
The kitchen is composed of a vertical cylinder and semicircular shelves that rotate and eclipse each other, creating a game of spaces and forms in continuous evolution.
Inside, in addition to the rotation system, the electrical and plumbing systems are included.
In the closed position, the kitchen occupies a total space equal to a semicircle of about one square meter.
Its design has already garnered acclaim even outside the home furniture world, as restaurants, commercial spaces, show-cooking, wine bar, ...
The word Tala originates from an African concept of Conservation Through Beauty. The company was founded by four friends at the University of Edinburgh with a shared passion for design, technology and sustainability.
КРЕСЛО CELINE ТЕХНИЧЕСКИЕ ХАРАКТЕРИСТИКИ Год : 2015 Материал :Ткань, Дерево, Полеуретан, Кожа. Размеры: L 73 cm P 80 cm H 80 cm
Через год упорной работы над проектом были готовы каталоги и полная коллекция мебели, которые мы дополнили тщательно подобранной линейкой матрасов, bed Essentials (подушки-одеяла), постельное бельё и home fragrance - парфюм для дома. Так в нашей идее - это и есть Итальянские Элементы, которые работаю как все вместе, так и по-отдельности"
Twins is a sideboard with two souls. The parallelepiped container is transversely divided into two parts, twins in their size but with different surfaces to the eye and touch that highlight each other, which makes the simple geometry of the container even more charming. The contrast between wood finishes and bright colours combination, or matt and materic finishes and materials joined to shiny surfaces, create a game of contrasts and balances. The upper containment volume is hold by thin metal legs, following to geometry, woods and colours of the upper element.
For Rike Scholle, it began with an exhibition of the work of American artist Dale Chihuly. “I hadn’t encountered blown glass sculptures before” she explains. “It immediately sparked something, ideas began formulating. I was in a different career then, anxious to discover if I could acquire the skills. It took a few years before my first classes in glassblowing. Then I was hooked.” Working with 1200-degree Celsius globules of glass, Scholle twists sinuous natural forms – myriad component pieces that are then arranged into expansive statements that take a life of their own when complete.