FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti products are a story told in many languages, distinguished by faithful reinterpretations of the most diverse materials offered by nature
Thin, light, versatile, adjustable, suspended in the air, gives origin to different compositions.
After half a century of operation, the Camino Real Polanco Hotel in Mexico City is still a dense and stimulating architecture. In July 1968, the hotel, designed by the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, opened its doors. It was the first project executed by the architect for the Camino Real Hotel chain, which also includes the buildings of Ciudad Juárez (1966), Cancun (1975) and Ixtapa (1981). For the realization of the Mexico City hotel, Legorreta counted on the advice of the architect Luis Barragán, the artist Mathias Goeritz and on the collaboration of other professionals.
This issue of Compasses – 33, symbolic in many respects – comes out six months later than the expected date of March 2020, due to a health emergency that has kept (and still keeps) the whole world in check. As we write, in fact, most countries are experiencing the gradual recovery of activities after three long months of lockdown, but the near future of over seven billion people on Earth, in terms of life, work, leisure, still appears uncertain.
FMG offers the unmistakable graduated shading and veining of Calacatta Oro marble on large format technical ceramic tiles, perfect for walls, floors and made to order furnishings.
In a magnificent late nineteenth-century palace, located in one of the most beautiful areas of Naples, the architect Andrea Pane was asked to create a
Cobblestone, the new collection of G.T.Design, designed by Deanna Comellini, is a new chapter in her research of organic shapes. The Native format, a series
Many special initiatives planned to show excellence and help businesses to restart
A small dimensions apartment, organized in elegant but above all functional spaces, in order to meet the practical needs expressed today by young people, especially in the
Carattere is Scavolini’s project, distinguished by aesthetics of the first order, where beauty, class and design blend to enhance the kitchen environment. Its striking elegance is now embellished with new elements with the aim of satisfying a market that is increasingly attentive to detail and demanding in its search for finishes and versatility of styles.
Florence, the cradle of the best architects and artists of the Italian Renaissance, a capital of culture whose leadership has known no setback and one of the most famous and visited UNESCO site of the world.
ISOLA 3 is the latest pergola awning of the GENNIUS family by KE Outdoor Design, the complete solar-screen system, made up of products perfectly combining elegance and design with flexibility and modularity.
Essential lines, modularity and architectural mimicry: these are the keywords in the story of Kitchens, the new collection designed and produced by LAGO, the Italian design brand that once again confirms its vocation for the manufacture of furnishings for all the rooms in the home.
With the industrial revolution cities started to move vertically. In that period, we had new materials like steel and new technologies like electricity and elevators that helped architects and engineers to look for a new way of expressing architecture, translated in towers and skyscrapers.