How silicone becomes a piece of art: the new style of Luca Moretto.

Silicone is soft, resistant and tepid to the touch: it’s a pleasant sensation that enhances the visual effect. The canvas subtly acquires a threedimensional aspect where the lines of silicone create plays of light and shade and just cry out to be touched, almost as if they were a code that has nothing to do … Continue reading How silicone becomes a piece of art: the new style of Luca Moretto.

Awake when you are. Energy from the first to the last rays of the sun.

The Smartflower is an all-in-one ground mounted solar system with a tracker that follows the sun. However, it doesn’t look like the solar panels you might be used to. Smartflower is an all-in-one complete system and is operational within an hour. No complex assembly is required: the system is firmly bolted to the ground (or … Continue reading Awake when you are. Energy from the first to the last rays of the sun.

“Zero Formaldehyde” in our home environment. Let’s talk about paint!

Formaldehyde is used in the manufacture of building materials and household products. It is one of the large family of chemical compounds called volatile organic compounds or “VOCs,” meaning that the compound off-gases, or vaporizes, at normal room temperatures. Formaldehyde was earlier used in emulsion paints and water-thinnable paints, for prevention of infection and growth … Continue reading “Zero Formaldehyde” in our home environment. Let’s talk about paint!

Sustainable design: how the designers can find inspiration?

Sustainable design is the philosophy of designing physical objects and services to comply with the principles of social, economic, and ecological sustainability with the intention to eliminate negative environmental impact. This approach requires renewable resources, that impact the environment minimally, and connect people with their natural environment. In other words, Sustainable Design is "doing more … Continue reading Sustainable design: how the designers can find inspiration?

Industrial look in Interior Design using Concrete

The industrial look in interior design has been around for a while now and whilst we aren’t all lucky enough to live in an old converted warehouse that is brimming with authentic industrial elements, there are ways to give our homes a distinctly urban feel. The big architects of the early 20th century, from Le … Continue reading Industrial look in Interior Design using Concrete

3 good reasons to use Gypsum Panels in our living spaces

Gypsum Panels are an excellent material for interior wall decoration wherever fire-resistance is required. The gypsum panel is approved to help design structures engineered for improved fire protection, reduced flame spread and less smoke generation compared to traditional drywall. Gypsum Panels are designed to provide better protection against the threat of moisture damage than standard … Continue reading 3 good reasons to use Gypsum Panels in our living spaces

Why use breathable paint for contemporary and new build construction?

Breathable paints are often seen as something that are only suitable for older building, this is not the case. Breathability is also an important factor within modern buildings. By using a breathable paint internally, you can help regulate the internal environment and air quality absorbing moisture and release it again, meaning when humidity is high … Continue reading Why use breathable paint for contemporary and new build construction?