The designs are created by repeating stylised Romanian motifs and are available in three different colour combinations printed with the Aquajet technique. Forbo’s Aquajet water cutting technology enables reproduction of the most intricate designs and allows for endless creativity in floor design.
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Concrete is an industrial material that can also be elegant and refined. Croque Béton was born from the idea of highlighting the concrete which has a strong aesthetic potential and its wish is to mix textures and colors for realize original objects and sublimate, in all its forms, this material with strong decorative character.
The choice of materials palette, initially inspired by the brief, during the design phase became more related to our desire to experiment with materials, especially casted concrete and explore themes of form and frame. In fact the brass is introduced to the space in its standardize form, directly informing the concrete table and podiums.
“This outer area is converted into a glass atrium protecting from the urban dust,” said Samyn and Partners. “It covers the principal entrance as well as a new lantern-shaped volume incorporating the conference rooms.” The transparent walls that wrap around the new northeast corner of the building comprise a patchwork of 3,750 recycled wooden window frames procured from renovation or demolition sites across Europe.
The second, extremely elegant series features a fascinating mix of timeless classic and modern elegance: sophisticated retro geometries and 3D materic designs create essential atmospheres – eternally suspended between past and present, art and design – capable of bringing the Art Deco golden rules directly into the third millennium.
Conceived as a decorative wall tile to cover interior walls partially or entirely, it can also be put to use in other areas, such as facade cladding. An important aspect for the design team was to keep this product as a modular system, so that the end-user can be part of the design process by choosing colours and the final composition of the acoustic cloud.
The project of the Milan-based architecture studio consists of two big side walls with a series of settings, spaces and situations strictly connected to the working environment: from the meeting room to the break-out area, from the conference room to the company restaurant without forgetting the waiting areas.
The intricacy and kaleidoscopic beauty of these marbleised designs hypnotise whilst delivering some seriously stylish interior inspiration. Marbleising, which traditionally involves using absorbent papers to pick up ink from a water bath dates to the twelfth century. Now, you can have your own gorgeous, modern day designs that inspire and make a big impression.