Tag Archives: interior

Not Your Typical Kilim

I believe that what makes a project “great” is the designers’ ability to take a good concept and give it shape with an original design, solid quality and a sustainable production. Fellow designers and dear friends of ours, Ivana Blaž and … Continue reading

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A Bedding Story

I finally have the time to sit down and write a proper post. We’ve been so busy lately working on different BiniChic projects, that it’s been hard to find the time to tell you all about them. We have some … Continue reading

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S’Olivera Chronicles: The Calm Before the Storm

A few years ago, Susan commissioned Regan Bice to give S’Olivera a contemporary relevance while retaining its original soul and spirit. The solution was to adapt the interior so that the very essence of emptiness revealed its purity. To take … Continue reading

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Designing for Today

“A design isn’t finished until somebody is using it” — Brenda Laurel A perfect reflection of the philosophy that drives the Barcelona-based design studio 3Patas (3Legs in Spanish), whose innovative projects invite the user’s interaction and personalization. The 3×3 table … Continue reading

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Weaving Waves

Their timeless design, the fresh Mediterranean colors, the quality of the materials and the centuries of tradition make the roba de llengües fabric very captivating. An ancient Mallorcan craft, very few still produce this Mediterranean version of the ikat.  Traditional … Continue reading

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The Future of Living

In times of crisis, creativity and resourcefulness are invaluable assets. A slow economy can turn into a positive challenge as well as an opportunity to grow, build and create. (GRUPA) is a group of volunteer designers, artisans and architects actively … Continue reading

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S’Olivera – History, Part I

S’Olivera is the name of our home on the Menorcan countryside. In catalan it means the olive tree. Funny, because in Menorca, the olives are tiny and almost wild. But I like the idea of the house being named for … Continue reading

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