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CONTENT NEWS & TRENDS /01   THE MID CENTURY’S  A LUXURY RESORT IN FINLAND INSPIRED BY NATURE  FEELING DELIGHTFULL’S VIBE WITH NORAH JONES CHRISTMAS MOOD BOARDS  BRANDS & CRAFTMANSHIP MOOOI: WHEN ANTIQUE DESIGNS MEET THE FRESHNESS OF MODERN TIMES  INTERIOR DESIGN  INTERIOR DESIGNERS’ CHRISTMAS DECOR TIPS AN APARTMENT IN KIEV WITH STATEMENT GOLDEN DETAILS  UP TO  HELSINKY…  ARCHITECTURE  THIS EDITION’S ARCHITECT: RUDOLPH SCHINDLER  FASHION  FASHION TRENDS FOR 2017 FASHION MOOD BOARD: POTTER’S CLAY  BOOKS  DESIGN GUIDE  AGENDA  STORES


It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas, and we wanted to make it happened the right way. We decided to pick up the best Christmas décor ideas, home designs and architecture to our followers. And, of course, we don’t forget to give the biggest gifts, too! We believe that giving inspirations and trends to the ones that loves us is the better way to celebrate this season. So, our wish is to bring their houses a touch of mid-century coolness, cozy materials, beautiful architecture and a brunch of happiness to their families. Can you do that for us? Pleaaaaase Santa! And, a big THANK YOU for reading TRENDZINE! No matter how you celebrate X-mas, may you be HAPPY. Love,


EDITORS CESÁRIA CASTRO JOANA LOUREIRO CONTRIBUTING EDITORS FRANCISCA SOTTOMAYOR, MARTA ABREU, MARTA SÁ, RENATO SOUSA DESIGNER MATILDE BETTENCOURT MARKETING DIRECTOR MARIA TARRINHA ENQUIRES E-MAIL TRENDZINE@DELIGHTFULL.EU


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WHO ARE WE? TRENDZINE is a tribute to the mid-century world and how you could make it yours. We are a squad of design lovers that wishes to present you the finest news and inspirations.


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WHAT IS THE MID-CENTURY DESIGN? The mid-century is a singular and significant movement that involves architectural, interior, product and graphic design from mid-20th century. This particular design style is characterized by arresting shapes, different graphic patterns and unconventional accents. Didn’t get it yet? Well, just imagine like you’re walking around trough… Palm Springs.


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THE NEW M&O DESIGN PLATFORM

There’s something new in the Maison et Objet’s world. Mom is the new M&O digital platform, where you can find all of the latest products from your favorite brands, designers, and architects. Keep in touch with exhibitors, but more importantly find the newest products, as well as the most current happenings in the universe of home decor, design, and lifestyle. You can also have the pleasure to take a break in the cafe MOM in Hall 5B, during the next Maison et Objet Paris in January.

TITANIC TICKET OFFICE IN LONDON TO BE AN APARTMENT COMPLEX You may not believe it, but you certainly will love it: the former White Star Line HQ in London is being turned into a fancy apartment complex set to open in Spring 2017. According to Elle Decor, the Oceanic House building (former Titanic ticket office) is now being restored and converted into a seven-unit luxury apartment building. The beautiful 30,000-square-foot building located in London’s Trafalgar Square will have a lobby designed to look like the interiors of early 20th-century ocean liners like the Titanic, and a scale model of the infamous ship will also be on display. Source: Elle Decor Image: Courtesy of Alex Lawrie via Elle Decor

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DELIGHTFULL LAUNCHES 2 NEW EBOOKS ABOUT INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS DelightFULL is so much more than a lighting design company. To create great content for the all the interior designers and decorators in the world is one of the brand’s biggest aims. So here you have 2 new and inspiring ebooks for free (and a great way to end the year). One is a lighting design guide for Christmas Season , the other one tells you which are the best colors to use in your next projects according to Pantone’s Fall Color Report. Here you have an excellent work tool for free.

PORSCHES PARKED IN SURREAL SCENARIOS AROUND PALM SPRINGS It’s not the first time that Chris Labrooy re-interprets realities using revved-up cars. His most recent series ‘911’ is – according to DesignBoom - a playful study of the iconic 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS. The artist placed the cars in picturesque and sun-drenched scenes drawn from the landscapes of the most midcentury city in California - Palm Springs. The Porsches were placed in surreal situations and scenes and enact unusual poses, taking dips in the pool, hanging from palm trees, and even “falling from the sky. Source: DesignBoom Image © Chris Labrooy


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PANTONE’S SPRING 2017 COLOR REPORT IS OUT It might appear a bit soon to start thinking about 2017 Spring already but... Not really! The good news is that you can start working on your future Interior Design projects right now with the help of Pantone’s Fashion Color Report. According to the world-renowned authority on color, this selection will include colors that are bright and vivid but also other tones that convey a sense of earthiness. All these hues are reminiscent of the ones that surround us in nature and they are simply incredible.

AN OFFICE WITH AMERICAN ROAD TRIP SCENES Geremia design company developed a new interior project for Metromile car insurance office in San Francisco. This work brings to mind scenes from a classic American road trip movie in a 14,000 square foot space that includes casual discussion areas, a spacious kitchen, and a number of separate meeting rooms. It is divided by large photographic murals and plants, “which creates a warm and enclosed feel within the open plan layout.” The design company follows this nostalgic taste with 70’s references to the mid-century style. Source: DesignBoom Image © Cesar Rubio

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A LUXURY RESORT IN FINLAND INSPIRED BY NATURE Privacy, tranquility, and proximity to nature are some of the things you can expect to meet in the Villa Vellamo hotel located in southern Finland, a few meters from Lake Päijänne.

The Villa Vellamo Hotel is situated in the new part of Lehmonkärki Resort complex in Finland. This is a luxurious hotel designed with the aim to be adapted to different demands and customer usage.  This versatility is achieved through several things but is important to highlight the structures of the walls and lighting. In this project, the dynamic nature of the different spaces was explored by the design company  Dsign Vertti Kivi & Co  for one simple reason: the necessity to easily adapt to different occasions such as conferences, holidays or weddings. To give a strong first impression into space, the designers decided to use the Coltrane wall lamp in the long entrance. The presidential suite Complex Villa Vellamo is the perfect union of mysticism and nature. This contemporary presidential villa is composed by a kitchen, dining areas, living rooms and saunas. The villa also offers private beaches, furnished terraces and fireplaces.

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FEELING DELIGHTFULL’S VIBE WITH NORAH JONES

Born Geetali Norah Shankar in March 30, 1979, Norah Jones became one of the most successful jazz singers of all times. Born in America, Jones is also a songwriter and actress and sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, as well as became the winner of nine grammy awards.

Born Geetali Norah Shankar in March 30, 1979, Norah Jones became one of the most successful jazz singers of all times. Born in America, Jones is also a songwriter and actress and sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, as well as became the winner of nine grammy awards. Since her childhood, Jones was slowly introduced to the music industry singing in the church and also taking piano and voice lessons. Her unique style and way of performance gave her the deserved recognizement as one of the most influential artist of the century. In 2002, Jones launched her solo music career with the release of Come Away with Me, a commercially successful and critically acclaimed album that was a fusion of jazz with country music and pop. 14 TRENDZINE

Her further studio albums Feels Like Home, Not Too Late and The Fall all gained Platinum status, selling over a million copies each. In February 2014, Jones had her first child, a son, with her musician husband that remains anonymous. Norah Jones’ personal style and look also inspires people from fashion to design. Her mid-century inspired clothes and hairstyle, with pop of color details and some elegant and romantic touches are current trends that influence the art and design in general. Delightfull pays tribute to this amazing and inspiring singer through the creation of a charming and graceful chandelier, full delicate forms that gives life to any space. It transmits elegance and purity, so simple and yet such a statement of good taste. And like Jones usually sings: Come Away With Me and get inspired …


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MOOOI: WHEN ANTIQUE DESIGNS MEETS THE FRESHNESS OF MODERN TIMES

Founded in 2001 by  Marcel Wanders and Casper Vissers, Moooi has inspired and seduced the world with sparkling and innovative designs.

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There’s no better way to start describing this brand: the name of the brand founded 15 years ago by Wanders and Vissers comes from their native Dutch word for beautiful - mooi.  Since 2001 that Mooi has been inspiring the design world with its unique designs, creating a portfolio that contains a range of work from other nationally and internationally recognized designers besides its founders, such as Jurgen Bey, Bertjan Pot, Maarten Baas, Jaime Hayon, Neri & Hu, Joost van Bleiswijk, Studio Job and Nika Zupanc, amongst others. A brand with such strong values as passion, creativity, dedication and constant improvement couldn’t have less success. Moooi’s style is exclusive, daring, playful and based on the belief that design is a question of love. We dare to say that the uniqueness and character of antiques combined with the freshness of modern times is what establishes this brand as one of the strongest ones in the market of furniture, lighting and accessories design. \ The brand creates interior environments decorated with an inspiring variety of patterns and colors to embrace any kind of space what allows people of different ages, cultures and even personalities to fall in love with it. Since 2013 the company’ art direction is in the hands of Marcel Wanders and Desirée de Jong. Wanders and Vissers maintain an influence in all inclusions to the brand, being both responsible for the overall design selection. From 1 September 2015 onwards Robin Bevers assumed the position of Moooi CEO, taking over this role from Moooi co-founder Casper Vissers. 20 TRENDZINE


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CHRISTMAS DECOR TIPS

What better way to plan your Christmas decor than with some professional tips coming from actual interior designers and their personal experience? Working with interior decor all year round, these interior designers have seen and tried it all, so they know how to work their way through Christmas decor to make it look unique and, above all, personal. We’ve gathered a few of their amazing tips, which include using natural elements, vintage pieces or even taking your personal experiences into Christmas ornaments.

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One of the great things about the first amazing decor tip we have for you is that it still involves pumpkins. But instead of having the plain old carved pumpkin, you should go ahead and make yourself an amazing pumpkin diorama! Not only are they the hottest piece of decor for this Fall, but they’re also pretty much mess-free and super easy to do. Now all you need to figure out is what to put inside your little vignette. In the end, the result can be something quite magical and unique. Next up, there’s a Halloween classic, because classics are what they are for a reason. They are those essential decor pieces that are timeless and look good every time you put them up. So, we went looking for some of the best Halloween wreaths. A wreath is that first Halloween decor piece that people come face to face with first, so you know you have to hang a pretty spooky or a mysterious one. It’s pretty much what sets the tone for your whole home decor this season, so whether you prefer a simple black cat ear wreath or a full on scary snakes’ nest wreath, the important thing is that with our suggestions you’ll be guaranteed to have the best Halloween decor ever. Designer Sara Story says she loves “incorporating natural elements, lights, and a little gold” to her holiday decor, “be it in the ribbons, ornaments or objects”. Magnolia leaves are a few of her favorites, especially when used in wreaths with a few golden details, which “make for an elegant statement on any door”. Miles Redd is also a fan of magnolia leaves and chooses to use it on mantles. The designer intersperses “lemons or clementines, and paper whites - either the individual bulb - or just mossy pots of 6 bulbs”, and “the smell of the combination is wonderful”.

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If you want to give your Christmas a quirky and unique touch, go with designer Summer Thornton’s advice: “One thing I do which always stirs conversation is hanging ornaments from my chandeliers. It’s easy to do and adds some great color to the room”. Make it vintage and full of light by following Windsor Smith’s ideas. The designer hangs a “vintage brass and leather sleigh bell horse harness” on his front door, wrapped in evergreens and lights. To give it a continuity and a sense of harmony, the designer does the same on his staircase, “wrapping evergreens and leather straps in those tiny strings of lights that you never have to plug in”. If you’re looking for something a little bit more DYI, think like designers Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham of Tilton Fenwick Designers, and use leftover fabric scraps to have wreaths made out of them. Their advice, if you don’t feel up to the task? “There are amazing vendors on Easy that will make them for you”, so there’s no excuse to not have beautiful Christmas ornaments. Finally, go with something very personal and unique and, much like interior designer Alessandra Branca, choose a few pieces and ornaments that have a personal and individual meaning. Take her example: “My husband Steve’s last name means a little owl in German, so we have a collection of owl-shaped ornaments”, and don’t forget the ultimate Christmas tip “surround yourself with the people you love and the things that make you smile”

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Images via Brit+Co


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HOUSE TOUR: AN APARTMENT IN KIEV WITH STATEMENT GOLDEN DETAILS

Golden details are the key element in this apartment designed by Dmytro Zhyltsov and located in Russia.

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From lighting to walls, golden is used in this apartment project (designed for a former painter in Kiev) as a statement detail (not sure if we can even call it a detail). The designer decided to mix this metal with sober colors such as gray, black and white, what allows golden to be in the spotlight. Modern pieces commingle with mid-century modern design items in a space that is nothing less than perfect for mid-century modern admirers. In the living room, the wood flooring is the perfect bed for a center table with marble top and a black sofa with a contemporary touch of elegance. The cherry on top of the cake is Aretha suspension lamp by DelightFULL , a lighting fixture with delicate and graceful arms and a modern charm.

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From the same brand, Sinatra Floor Lamp , inspired by Frank Sinatra. Let’s step to the dining area. Kitchen and dining room emerge to create a great corner to enjoy the meals. To match the golden oval dining table, two round chandeliers also created by DelightFULL. The bedroom is that room in the entire apartment where the designer uses golden the most. One of the walls is completely covered with a mantle of gold carving, right beside other one covered with white-painted tiles, what gives to the bedroom an industrial feeling and an elegant contrast. Minimalist black and golden wall lamps were featured here and it combines perfectly the Carver armchair designed by Essential Home.

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UP TO HELSINKY

The seasons of the year all contribute to the soul of the Finnish people, but winter definitely occupies a special place. In the middle of winter the days are short – in northern Finland the sun doesn’t even rise above the horizon for weeks on end! However, when the winter sky is free of clouds, it can turn the most amazing shades of blue. And when everything is covered with snow, it reflects any and all light, seeming to brighten up even the dusk.

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At the southern end of the country, the capital city Helsinki provides uniquely beautiful views that combine snow, ice, sky and ocean. It’s all within a few steps of the city centre.

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HELSINKI AND MID-CENTURY MODERN DESIGN HISTORY Finland and Helsinki were extremely important in the Mid-Century Modern design history. The main reason? Alvar Aalto, a Mid-Century designer and architect whom design principles and works ‘personify’ the Finns’ values. Inspired by their “hero”, the Finns really care about design and architecture - many young people aspire to become architects or designers - and they have a long and valuable history in the art field. Scandinavian and Finnish values in design are mainly related to natural materials, environment respect, organic forms, attention for the object function and quality. Therefore, In Helsinki you can find good design almost everywhere: restaurants, cafes, bookshops and concept stores. This edition we bring you a restaurant and its upstairs bar, both designed by Joanna Laajisto Creative Studio. 32 TRENDZINE


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The traditional restaurant König in the heart of Helsinki´s shopping district has undergone a large renovation and concept change. The new restaurant, which opened it´s doors April 14th, 2015 is called “Michel” and has now a lighter colour palette including pistachio green, white and natural wood, using materials intended to appear “light and fresh”. The new menu focuses on “Urban Classics”, casual dishes prepared in a modern way, which customers can enjoy while socializing in the new beautiful surroundings. “The food is a combination of classic European cuisine and new world”, adds CEO Mikko Paukkonen. ImagemIn the heart of the restaurant there is a large marble and stainless steel clad cocktail bar that focuses also on the “Urban Classics” theme. The drinks are both traditional and modern with playful twist.

Joanna Laajisto Creative Studio has designed the new interior for the restaurant. “The objective was to create a comfortable and casual interior that fits the surrounding neighborhood.” Joanna Laajisto says. The renovation was large due to new open kitchen and bathroom locations. Materials of high quality were selected to last time. Ash wood custom millwork and cognac leather upholstery accompanied with white Statuario marble, stainless steel and brass details create a stylish but relaxed atmosphere.  The green wooden wall paneling is inspired by the traditional outdoor kiosk from the 1940´s, that still can be found around Helsinki.  The tabletops with green marble insets are also custom design for the restaurant. Two large round marble Tulip tables, designed by Eero Saarinen for Knoll are design classics from the 1950´s. The beech wood seating and bar stools are by Andrew World.  The brass sconces on the tiled walls and downstairs bathrooms are by French manufacturer Atelier Areti. Other decorative light fixtures are by Swedish manufacturer Rubn and Danish &Tradition.

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In the brand new basement bathrooms marble and grey plaster walls with dimmed lighting create a pleasant ambiance. The custom sinks are designed to look like pieces of furniture by Laajisto. Faucets and other fixtures are by Danish Vola.


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UPSTAIRS – NIGHT-CLUB LE ROY

Club Le Roy is located upstairs to Michel restaurant, and was also designed by Laajisto and her team (both establishments are owned by the same proprietor). Instead of designing a typical dark nightclub, where Joanna admits she personally doesn’t like spending time in, she set out to create a space that felt more like a “grand apartment” with different rooms to hang out in. The focus for the design were the large original windows found on both sides of the building. In order to recreate an authentic residential feel, walls were clad in different style of panels painted in grey tones. “We wanted to create a classic look that fits the original building, built in 1892 by Architect K.A. Wrede,” explains Joanna. Her team designed a series of custom items for the interior such as the banquette sofas upholstered in green velvet, small tables in black marble, and brass and marble bars. The lights used throughout the club are from Rubn and Atelier Areti, many of which were custom fitted for the space. Lounge chairs and loose sofas are from Maxalto, and small tables in green marble.

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RUDOLPH SCHINDLER (1887-1953)

“He has built quite a number of buildings in and around Los Angeles that seem to be admirable from the standpoint of design, and I have not heard of any of them falling down”. — Wright

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BIOGRAPHY Schindler was born from a middle-class family in Vienna, Austria. He attended the Imperial and Royal High School, from 1899 to 1906, then enrolled in the Wagnersschule of Vienna Polytechnic University, graduating in 1911 with a degree in architecture. Schindler worked for Hans and Theodore Mayer from 1911 to 1914. Encouraged by fellow Austrian architect Adolph Loos, Schindler moved to Chicago in 1914 to work for Ottenheimer Stern and Reichert. In 1916, he delivered 12 elaborate lectures at the Church School of Design in Chicago which became known as the Schindler “Program,” his central design philosophy. Schindler always wanted to work for  Frank Lloyd Wright and in late 1918 Wright hired him. After Wright obtained the commission for the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, a major project that involved being in Japan for several years, Schindler was promoted to run Wright’s American operations out of the Oak Park IL studio. In 1919, Schindler met and married Pauline Gibling (18931977) and in 1920 Wright sent Schindler west to Los Angeles to work on the Aline Barnsdall House. Beyond his job for Wright, Schindler started his own independent practice in 1922. Because of this issue and the two men’s massive egos, Schindler and Wright argued frequently and eventually separated as architects. Richard Neutra worked for Wright, in 1924, at Taliesin East but left after a few months to work in California with Schindler. Neutra shared space in Schindler’s house with their wives. Their firm was called Schindler and Neutra, then later AGIC (the Architectural Group for Industry and Commerce). Philip Johnson famously rejected Schindler’s inclusion in the 1932 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art because he felt Schindler was outside the International Style. Schindler responded by rejecting the categorizing of his designs as part of any style. Schindler and Neutra’s relationship began to unravel, and the Neutra’s moved out. They rarely interacted after that. When Neutra had a heart attack in 1953, he found himself in the same hospital room as Schindler who was dying of cancer. They made their peace before Schindler died. The Schindlers divorced in the 1930’s, however Pauline Schindler returned to the Kings Road house after a few years and stayed there until her death in 1977. They had one son, Mark, in 1922. Schindler was a leader in the creative class in Los Angeles, a true bohemian. He hung out with celebrities in film, art, sculpture, and dance.

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FASHION TRENDS FOR 2017 The biggest fashion weeks have now ended for quite some time, so it’s safe to start stating what will be the biggest trends for the next year. Trendzine went searching, and we found out which will be some of the must-haves for the next season! As fashion diva Heidi Klum would say, in the fashion world “one day you’re in, and the next day you’re out”. So make sure to stay in and check out all the best trends for 2017! 2017 is a year of huge comebacks, with denim at its forefront. Denim has always been a quite used material, however, seeing it in the world’s most important runways might not always have been the most common scenario ever. But nowadays designers choose to pair up normal jeans with more high-end accessories without even blinking. So, one thing is for sure: expect a lot of denim trench coats, dresses, and statement jeans for the next season. In the meanwhile, you can fall in love with this denim romper by Vanessa Steward.

Another major comeback have got to be the raver pants! So you can let your inner teenager rejoice and come back to life while rocking the newly in-trend 90s raver pants.

For the last trend we’re talking drawstring fabrications! An iconic look from the 90s and even from the 80s, when whole collections were made around this style, the drawstrings are also making a great comeback! The odds are, next year you’ll be looking around you and you’ll be seeing people rocking dresses, bomber jackets and even pants with trendy drawstring apliques. Are you ready to stay in trend? 44 TRENDZINE


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WINTER LIVING (2015) Selina Lake An inspirational guide to styling and decorating your home for winter. Popular stylist and bestselling interiors’ author Selina Lake brings her signature pretty, vintage, romantic style to the most atmospheric and beautiful of seasons. With chapters including a stand-alone section of Winter Inspirations, you’ll be full of fresh ideas to transform your home into an inviting, warming, and welcoming heaven. Discover the mid-century simplicity and timeless appeal of Rustic, the Scandinavian feel of Winter Whites and finally, a chapter on Festive Celebrations, with enchanting ideas for decorations, as well as inspirational ideas for cosy and vintage Christmas celebrations.

NORTHERN DELIGHTS (2013) Emma Fexeus  and S. Ehmann Reveals why everyone feels at home in a Scandinavian interior. Northern Delights reveals why hardly any other interior or product design is so timeless, functional, aesthetic, and of such high quality as that of Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark. The book’s stunning selection of Scandinavian design ranges from individual products to skillfully staged living spaces. Although it also presents iconic designs, the book focuses on the work of young talents who are consciously building upon local sustainable design traditions and further developing them in a way that is consistent, intelligent, and reflects an unerring sense of style.

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SCANDINAVIAN HOME: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO MID CENTURY MODERN SCANDINAVIAN DESIGNERS (2016)

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Scandinavian Modern was the most influential and enduring design movement of the 20th century, dominating the international scene in the 1950s and continuing to shape the way we live today. Architects and designers from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland, were responsible for a range of contemporary homes, furniture, textiles, ceramics, glassware, and other products that defined an entire approach to modern post-war living. What characterizes Scandinavian Modern is its approachability; the use of natural materials and organic forms combined with clean lines and attention to basic practicality and comfort. Scandinavian Homedemonstrates this elegant, yet informal design at its best and most accessible.

CHRISTMAS AT DESIGNERS’ HOMES ACROSS AMERICA (2016) Katharine McMillan, Patricia McMillan Almost 400 color images treat readers to dazzling holiday visions that leading designers have realized in their own homes scenes usually reserved for family and friends. Be inspired by their decorating strategies and hands-on ingenuity while gleaning insider tips for preserving trees both fresh and artificial and caring for ornaments. Get the scoop on unusual color schemes and centerpieces.


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KRASSKY www.krassky.lv

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KOKET www.bykoket.com

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KOLORIZE www.etsy.com/shop/KOLORIZE

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P PESCH www.pesch.com PICTUREWORKS www.pictureworksindia.com

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