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Nuovastep by Magis, a limited-edition everyday object

First there was Step, the iconic folding stepladder designed in 1984 by the design couple Andries & Iroko Van Onck which immediately became the forerunner for a series of objects called “forgotten designs”...

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New Era App by Olmar, the radiator that cares about hygiene

It heats and sanitizes. This pretty much defines this new revolutionary radiator designed by Giulio Cappellini for our bathrooms. Sleek, austere, functional and state-of-the-art, it warms and embraces us by even sanitizing our bath towels.

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Happy birthday, Parentesi

Turquoise and Signal Orange are the two new colors which Flos has chosen to adorn Parentesi, its iconic lamp designed by Pio Manzù and Achille Castiglioni in 1971. On the occasion of its 50th birthday, it is available in a Special Edition with the same discrete elegance of the original model.

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Peck lands in Forte dei Marmi

Peck is a name we all know, or at least have heard mentioned, and it immediately evokes the values of traditional Milanese cuisine. It is an iconic gastronomic and wine brand which has chosen to “leave” the city to land in another symbolic location of gastronomy and wine: Tuscany.

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Inhabiting the kitchen: Euromobil’s new philosophy

The latest idea for the kitchen from Euromobil, the Italian brand specialized in designer and contemporary kitchen and living room systems, is a concept of décor divided into three moods.

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L’art de vivre di Magis al Grand Hôtel-Dieu

The Grand Hôtel-Dieu has always been a lively place. Founded as a hospital in the 12th century on an area of fifty-two thousand square meters overlooking the Rhône and the vivacious Place Bellecour, it has taken back up its old vocation of hospitality after a closure in 2010 and become a symbol of elegance and design.

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Shuttle by Prandina, a light’s misson

Half lantern and half space shuttle, this new outdoor lamp is the perfect combination of functionality and style. In addition to being wirelessly chargeable, it provides a series of touch commands for freely adjusting the light so you can always create a “stellar” atmosphere.