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New Century Resort Ningbo Shiqifang

The New Century Resort Ningbo Shiqifang hotel lies in Xiepu, a small coastal town in the Zhenhai District of Ningbo, China. Covering an area of 50,000 m2, it was built on an ancient architectural complex named Zhengshi Shiqifang and has a building area of about 40,000 m2 with 6 guestroom sections and 116 guestrooms. Being the largest and most intact ancient architectural community of the Ming and Qing dynasties in China with Ma Tau wallwatts, traditional Chinese courtyards, ancestral halls, opera stages, stone alleys and old houses, this complex is a cultural treasure of the Zhejiang Province.

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Andamio

The Andamio shelf, created by Florian Gross & Kike Macías, is a new way to organise and display your belongings. Influenced by traditional indian scaffolding, the arrangement plays with the spirit of simplicity and functionality through the use of recycled materials and a tool-free component assembly.The minimalist design consists of two levels that can be adjusted to the appropriate height to cover different functions. Available in natural solid oak with varnished aluminium boards. The shelf is assembled without tools and, once disassembled, the design becomes completely flat-packed.

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Kaleidoscope

The ‘Kaleidoscope’ table’s surface bursts in an rainbow of fractured, reflected light. modeled after handheld kaleidoscopes, André Teoman studio adapted the technology to function within various domestic settings. Made to excite an otherwise boring conference, or to create a magical ambience at the dinner table, ‘kaleidoscope’ is a beacon for attention. The main structure is made of cherry wood with varnished finishing. The table legs can be made in brass, copper, aluminum or other RAL lacquers and are attached post-shipping, allowing for flat-pack and easy interchanging by users.

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The Holy Ghost

ious belief and mental experience as Christians in conceptualizing The Holy Ghost Chair. We are always grateful. The glow of the Holy Ghost falls like fine rain; the sacred and ethereal profile of the chair generates an atmosphere of tragic beauty, provoking infinite reverie in us about deity and spirit. Brightly polished tubes of different lengths and rhythms are used as props to produce rain-like beams, which makes the thin chair “drift in air”. As for colors, a sharp contrast between vision-impacting red and illuminant white, respectively representing blood and holy light

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Raster

The Raster side table interacts with people by using the concept of building solids out of individual cubes of space. In this case 20mm blocks were the driving factor. Raster gives the illusion that this table is in the process of being made by assembling these blocks; conversely, it can be interpreted as a dissolving table.

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Structo

Structo incorporates LED light guide technology to produce uniform light distribution and reduced glare, while emphasizing simplicity of beech wood and aluminum materials and construction. The result is a versatile light with the capability to provide both direct task illumination and ambient lighting simultaneously, as well as the flexibility to cast light in any direction with 360 degrees of rotation.

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