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Cosmos with Robotzki or light in every corner
Cosmos with Robotzki or light in every corner
by Thomas Wagner | 19 April 2010

You were able to admire light in virtually any possible form and appearance at the Light+Building trade fair in Frankfurt. And in particular the LEDs offered in all conceivable variations caused a sensation this year. Yet, many designers still have difficulties with the Copernican Revolution in favor of these tiny lights.

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“ENT, ECG and NHS”
“ENT, ECG and NHS”
by Silke Gehrmann-Becker | 14 April 2010

At the forthcoming Light+Building trade fair a large number of manufacturers will be using light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, which for decades now has stood out for its numerous qualities.

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Luigi Caccia Dominioni and the house as a bespoke suit
Luigi Caccia Dominioni and the house as a bespoke suit
by Matteo Vercelloni | 12 April 2010

He has been dubbed the "most elegant man in Milan" by Italian architect Vittorio Gregotti. Born ninety-seven years ago on the 7th of December, the Saint's Day of St. Ambrose, at Piazza Sant'Ambrogio, the Milanese architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni will take anyone with an open mind to task on the subject of architecture, interior decoration and design, which he has always seen as a uniform whole, backing up his arguments with highly contemporary anecdotes and examples.

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Learning world with a alpine view
Learning world with a alpine view
by Falk Jaeger | 10 April 2010

A short time ago the Rolex Learning Center designed by Japanese architectural office Sanaa for the EPFL in Lausanne opened. The learning center is already widely considered as the new architectural icon.

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The things we are
The things we are
by Luca Trombetta | 09 April 2010

With the exhibition "Quali cose siamo" (The things we are), the Triennale Design Museum in Milan is presenting a new portrayal of Italian design as interpreted by Alessandro Mendini.

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On your marks, get ready for… Milan
On your marks, get ready for… Milan
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 07 April 2010

To obtain an overview over the new products in the run-up to the international furniture fair "Salone del Mobile" in Milan, Stylepark has combed through the maze of highpoints to give you a foretaste of some of the product highlights you can expect.

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Selected Exhibitors at Saloni 2010 in Milan
Selected Exhibitors at Saloni 2010 in Milan
07 April 2010

"The Event is back" - the advertising campaign for this year's international furniture fair "Salone Internazionale del Mobile" states. With 313,385 visitors having made the Saloni in Milan a huge success last April, in just a few days thousands of design enthusiasts will be making their way to the city again.

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Waiting for Milan
Waiting for Milan
by Nina Mann | 06 April 2010

To help you find your way around beyond the hustle and bustle of the trade fair itself, we have compiled an overview of the numerous exhibitions, installations and orchestrations in the city of Milan during the Salone del Mobile.

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Structures of kinship
Structures of kinship
05 April 2010

The exhibition "Totem and Taboo", which is taking place parallel to the Salone del Mobile in Milan, regards art as a kind of "father figure" of design. It features various artists and designers who explore the exciting relationship between the two fields.

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Ventura à la Milanese
Ventura à la Milanese
by Sandra Hofmeister | 04 April 2010

This year for the first time the Milan furniture fair will be getting an exciting new "Fuori Salone" zone: "Ventura Lambrate"

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Everything that’s light
Everything that’s light
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 02 April 2010

Where can we find exciting and innovative designs at Light+Building in Frankfurt? A small overview to make your visit to the trade fair easier.

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Stylepark Architectural Elements at Light+Building 2010
Stylepark Architectural Elements at Light+Building 2010
30 March 2010

At this year's Light+Building fair Stylepark will present itself in the new Hall 11 of Messe Frankfurt with physical three-dimensional interpretation of its own website. And the Stylepark Café invites you to a relaxing break in the Hall 1.2.

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Ingo Maurer‘s Munich Subway Trilogy
Ingo Maurer‘s Munich Subway Trilogy
by Franziska Horn | 30 March 2010

Will the Munich underground soon become a popular attraction for architecture- and design enthusiasts? Local lighting designer Ingo Maurer has already illuminated and designed three underground stations in the Bavarian capital. More recently the "Münchner Freiheit" station re-opened.

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Turn up the light!
Turn up the light!
by Alexandra Goebel | 29 March 2010

Parallel to the Light+Building fair, April also sees the fifth Luminale in Frankfurt and surroundings; the festival invites lighting enthusiasts to embark on an evening journey of discovery through the illuminated city. Lighting installations by artists, designers and architects transform public spaces into a fascinating platform for experiments with lighting.

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 A district of luminaire stores
A district of luminaire stores
by Thomas Wagner | 26 March 2010

Luminaires, luminaires wherever you look. Anyone looking for the right luminaire in Istanbul will not have to search for long. The stores are all to be found in a single district.

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Selected Exhibitors at Light+Building 2010
Selected Exhibitors at Light+Building 2010
25 March 2010

Every two years, Light+Building takes place at the Frankfurt trade fari complex - it's the leading world trade fair for light, electronics and home and building automation. This year, the dates coincide with that of the major lighting fair at Milan's Salone del Mobile and therefore requires a certain amount of organizational brilliance. A list of the exhibitors specifies the major manufacturers present for you.

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One building is not enough
One building is not enough
by Thomas Wagner | 23 March 2010

The VitraHaus by Herzog & de Meuron in Weil am Rhein is now open. What is the concept behind the building? And how does its architecture go together with the Vitra Home Collection whose diversity is spread throughout the spectacular stack of buildings?

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Creativity moods 2: On the sound of rooms
Creativity moods 2: On the sound of rooms
by Ulf Meyer | 18 March 2010

Erich Mendelsohn refers to it as "charm", Peter Zumthor as "spiritual quality" when architecture creates an atmosphere that appeals to all the senses, when rooms jingle, light dances, and materials and colors are carefully combined.

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