The Design Gazette

The Design Gazette featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Easywall

Serving as a modern wall panel, Easywall is a mineral composite panel with special design and features and has been reinforced with a polyethylene mesh as well as very tiny polypropylene fibers that make it strong and earthquake-resistant. This newly patented product has special characters such as: very light weight (36 kg/m2), safe in case of earthquake, strong in case of fire, humid resistant, 38dB sound resistant, save energy in buildings, no waste, fast & easy installation, all mineral, asbestos free (based on NIOSH9002), go green product, 100% made in-house, and 100% made for all seasons.

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Piano

After an intense process of brainstorming, developing and hard work, Belgian design company Lithoss is proud to officially present a complete new range of Designed Switches: PIANO. A switch in the house is usually not considered as important in an interior design. But if you take a look at the PIANO switch, Lithoss is pretty sure you will agree that this switch provides beautiful and futuristic décor to any room. It’s been designed to look like soft piano keys you want to touch. The PIANO is frameless, minimalistic, futuristic and simple.

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Haiku

Haiku looks different because it is different, with handcrafted Thin Sheet™ airfoils connecting seamlessly at its center. Every Haiku undergoes multiple quality inspections and a 13-step balancing process to ensure no fan will ever rattle or wobble. Haiku’s Sensorless Drive Technology delivers nearly twice the efficiency of conventional ceiling fan motors and allows Haiku to operate silently. Exceeding ENERGY STAR’s efficiency requirements by 450%, Haiku is the total ceiling fan reinvention.

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Live

The Live window, with lift and slide opening, reaches the goal of a single window, even in the presence of two or three saches, which are typically interrupted by the vertical profiles of coupling. This extraordinary result is achieved thanks to the use of a different material employed for the forth side of the wood frame, alloy mineral, which enables the reduction of the coupling between the saches, from 90-110mm to only 17mm, and invisible from the internal and external front view.

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Cruise Spiderglass

CRUISE, the importance of style. Cruise, designed by Roberto Volpe for Faraone, want be a new tendence for Transparent Architectures: lightness in suspended facades like a sign of style. A frame of nature in action. This spider-glass is used without ball-joint and with laminated glass not tempered (or even tempered according the necessity): the glass is installed leaned on the four corners. In stainless steel AISI316, it is available in a polish or satin finishing.

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Brackets

The design is a technical solution to provide modulated systems to rehabilitate the useless spaces in rooftops all over the world while adapting to the previous structure of each building. One of its multi-functions is to preserve electricity. It was also aesthetically designed to function in the interior whether by the cladding provided for it, in different materials or finishes, or by the furnishing accents such as counter tops, tables and partitions. It also provides a solar heater system making the spaces energetically sustainable.

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