Here’s a fun Family Restaurant “Praq means mashed food for children in Dutch, however, the plates sereved at Praq are very refined and tasty.”
Responsible for landmark Louis Vuitton stores in Japan, Hong Kong, and New York, Aoki Jun uses innovative materials and construction to modulate light in their interiors.
Louis Vuitton stores, by Aoki Jun
Presented at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2008, Milan, this gas burner starts to fill in some gaps in the Gaggenau product range. A flush mounted gas burner is a rare find, and this model is suitable for a stone countertop or simply welded into a stainless steel.
CG 492, by Gaggenau
Once again, bulthaup innovates in the kitchen. The B2 kitchen is shown at the Milan Furniture Fair.
bulthaup gets its visions from the consistent observation of the living and eating habits of people from all over the world. bulthaup b2 is responsive to modern lifestyles, such as single-person or twoperson households, or even “patchwork families”, and is the perfect kitchen for nomads or pioneers in creating a home, living and thinking. The design was developed in collaboration with the renowned design firm EOOS in Vienna.
A bathroom range designed by Patricia Urquiola.
Pear, by Patricia Urquiola, for Agape
Finally — a well designed kitchen for very small spaces. Perfect for that bolt-hole in the Alps.
Single, by Alberto Colonello, for Boffi
A ground breaking new business class seat for Virgin Atlantic’s Upper Class service. A unique seating layout and mechanism creates a new sense of shared experience and allows the seat back to fold forward to create a completely flat bed. For the first time, a simple and uncomplicated design aesthetic has subdued the typically complex expression of aircraft seating. The functional and visual expression of the ‘chair’ has been separated from the myriad of functions that traditionally layer the visual quality of aircraft seating.
Virgin Atlantic’s Upper Class service, by Pearson Lloyd