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Project • By Jump & FlyHotels

Dolce Sitges

The brief comprised converting three contiguous rooms into a single room so that it could be used for large office meeting events or weddings while maintaining the option of using them separately. The fixed partitions that separated the central room from the adjacent rooms needed to be replaced by mobile phones that could allow their movement, while maintaining the current capacity if the Hotel required it.  Jump & Fly The appearance of the rooms is simple as the design do not want to distract the users of the event that going to take place. The aim was to design a naked box that the companies or wedding couples could dress up according to their needs, spicing the room up with their branding and display.  Jump & F... More

Product • By DécoClap!GO®

Clap!GO®

Clap! GO® is the composite interior coverings by Déco in powdered minerals and recycled polymers, a cutting-edge system that represents the technological evolution of indoor flooring and which allows to obtain performances over 300% higher than those of most common synthetic coatings. Clap!GO®, available in wood-effect board and in stone-effect tile, combines the charm and refinement of traditional materials with highly superior technical characteristics and performance compared to these materials.The aesthetic result, combined with resistance and numerous qualities, make Clap!GO® the ideal answer to contemporary design needs.  Let's examine, one by one, the advantages of Clap!GO®:  Revolutionary technolo... More

Project • By lamatildeBars

Gaudenti 1971 - Po

Gaudenti 1971 is a new format that mixes the small, Italian fine pastry shop with a large international bakery. This was the starting point to define a space that could convey both respect for the traditional values of Italian culture and a strong drive for renewal. This premise translated into a careful renovation of existing elements, which were systematically integrated into the new decor. While a different graphic motif was designed for each venue, giving a new interpretation of historical decorative styles, the consistent use of velvet and blue wood ensures the brand is instantly recognizable.The original wood paneling from the early 1950s was renovated to lighten up overall decor and make it more delicate. In the same way, the ce... More

Project • By lamatildeBars

Gaudenti 1971 - Carlo Felice

Gaudenti 1971 is a new format that mixes the small, Italian fine pastry shop with a large international bakery. This was the starting point to define a space that could convey both respect for the traditional values of Italian culture and a strong drive for renewal. This premise translated into a careful renovation of existing elements, which were systematically integrated into the new decor. While a different graphic motif was designed for each venue, giving a new interpretation of historical decorative styles, the consistent use of velvet and blue wood ensures the brand is instantly recognizable.The first phase of the project brought the venue back to its original layout: unnecessary walls were removed to reveal its longitudinal profile,... More

Project • By lamatildeBars

Gaudenti 1971 - Vittorio Emanuele

Gaudenti 1971 is a new format that mixes the small, Italian fine pastry shop with a large international bakery. This was the starting point to define a space that could convey both respect for the traditional values of Italian culture and a strong drive for renewal. This premise translated into a careful renovation of existing elements, which were systematically integrated into the new decor. While a different graphic motif was designed for each venue, giving a new interpretation of historical decorative styles, the consistent use of velvet and blue wood ensures the brand is instantly recognizable.Inside one of Turin’s oldest fine pastry shops, all elements with historical value were recovered and enhanced, while those... More

Product • By Art.Eco ProjectThree Sisters

Three Sisters

Three Sisters are wooden painted vases for home decoration. The vases are very similar, so I can call them as sisters, from the one family. On the other side, each vase has an unique shape and painting, ownname and history.The First vase name is Tulip and two sides of her have a painting of this beautiful spring flower, what i really love. The Second vase name is Olive - and she has a painting about olive, my favorite south trees. The third vase has a name Woman and she is really woman as I am.All these vases were created during the New Year and Christmas holidays. All the happiness of these days was preserved in the mural and remained there for a long time. And in home such object create a special and unique space - light feeling and sweet... More

Project • By DécoApartments

Déco for Domus Lascaris in Turin, Italy

Ipe Lapacho by Déco is the natural essence that Gruppo Building has chosen to give new life and value to the exteriors of the prestigious residential redevelopment project in Turin, Italy, Domus Lascaris.In the historic center of the city, a few steps from Piazza Solferino and San Carlo, at the intersection of via Lascaris, Francesco d'Assisi and Dellala, the renovation works of a rationalist building from the 1950s are nearing completion. The Boffa Petrone & Partners design studio set out to design a prestigious condominium integrated into the context, in order to make historic buildings and contemporary architecture coexist in perfect harmony and, at the same time, contribute to the innovation of living in a perspective of sus... More

Product • By DécoNatural woods: Panorama, Ipe Lapacho, Angelim Amargoso, Teak

Natural Wood _ Panorama, Ipe Lapacho, Angelim Amargoso, Teak

Panorama Déco's research continues to provide outdoor areas suitable for all functional and stylistic demands. Today, the company's range of coverings is joined by the Panorama, designed to meet the ever-changing design needs.An excellent alternative to solid wood floors, Panorama gives an elegant and exotic look to the environment and brings extraordinary technical advantages. This wood in fact, originating in Asia and Latin America, and very widespread also in Africa, thanks to its lightness, resistance and versatility, is very appreciated by architects and engineers. After the bamboo harvest, the grasses are altered through a special thermo-treatment process at 200°C to make them more compact and stable, protecting the surfa... More