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Welcome. Come on in and make yourself at home. You are in our booth at Domotex exhibition. The carpet? Oh yes, you like it? Did I tell you the story of it? Yes, but where to start? This carpet has already had many lives. It was created for the Milan Fashion Week of 2017. It […]
Our spaces are becoming more and more personalized, mixing different styles, different materials and different colors, but there are some very well-defined trends that are here to stay and that we discovered with eight bloggers coming from Europe and the States at Domotex 2018. At Domotex 2018 in Hannover, we attended a great panel discussion […]
In the journey to develop the ECONYL® Global Color Range, we explore and ponder on the connections between design, colors and sustainability and how this relationship has changed over the years. Cromorama (Einaudi) is an excellent book about the history of color published in Italian, by designer Riccardo Falcinelli. It tells the great story of […]
From living bigger to living better By ege carpets Fashion and interior design still mirror time and society but have somewhat lost a little attractiveness in the bigger picture. Not completely, of course, but in the sense that other industries have grown in popularity — among these are technology and cars. Private and professional consumers seek a change […]
An Inside Look at Ocean Protection Efforts with Veronika Mikos of Healthy Seas Oceans are the source of livelihood for millions of people, and the home to hundreds of thousands of distinct species. In fact, we’re all connected to the oceans, and we all have the responsibility to protect them. Recently, an important global event for […]
Swedish Stockings was started in 2013 by Nadja Forsberg and Linn Frisinger after they realized that some consumer goods are purposely designed to age quickly to boost consumption in society. Pantyhose is one of those products. It has gone from being a top quality product that used to be repaired by tailors in the 1960’s […]