Trend #07_ Modularity

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La modularidad siempre ha sido una característica importante para adaptar los productos a la demanda existente. Sin embargo, modularity es un paso más hacia lograr una forma única que ensamblada junto a otras exactas, forman productos de gran utilidad, y que esconden su verdadera composición. Lograr productos de esta tendencia, requiere un trabajo de simplificación extrema para llegar al elemento unitario. Después, en su aplicación se tiende a la exageración y al exceso.

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Specified for decorative wall applications, these glass-reinforced concrete tiles are easy to install and lighter than traditional stone. Five modern patterns are offered (Swoon is shown) in five neutral colourways:. Architectural Materials, Contract Design, Tile Patterns, Modern Patterns, Concrete Tiles, Wall Finishes, Commercial Interior Design, Wall Tiles, 3d Tiles

2017 Trends in Interior Design - Materials and Finishes

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A Renovation and Addition for a Brunswick East Victorian House

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Fireclay Tile on Instagram: “This is one of our larger specialty shapes that we call Picket. It can be set in this braid-like pattern (which we love), as well as…”

704 Likes, 48 Comments - Fireclay Tile (@fireclaytile) on Instagram: “This is one of our larger specialty shapes that we call Picket. It can be set in this braid-like…”

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IVY radiator

Usually radiators are considered extremely technical and difficult to modify. IVY radiator is simply like a plant which can climb an interior construction element such as wall, column or corner. Depending on an assembly of three basic elements, we can for…

УПАКОВКА Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has collaborated with forest conservation organization More Trees to produce a set of beautifully packaged and unusually designed building blocks for children. Toy Packaging, Brand Packaging, Packaging Design, Kengo Kuma, Atelier Architecture, Architecture Design, Module Design, Modelos 3d, Japanese Design

Tsumiki Architectural Building Blocks by Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has collaborated with forest conservation organization More Trees to produce a set of beautifully packaged and unusually designed building blocks for children.