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BECKERIA

Designed by DYER-SMITH FREY

Europaallee, Zürich

 

BECKERIA – the name symbolizes the concept: BECK – Swiss German for bakers – stands for good homemade bread, cakes and pastries. The Italian word GallERIA stands for generous versatility under one roof.

 

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To meet the diversified culinary offer of BECKERIA, DYER-SMITHFREY designed on 266 sqm various interior areas. Visually clearly separated areas, which fit to the respective food, occasion, daytime and last but not least to the mood of the guest.

When entering, the customer is welcomed by a generous and bright designed sales counter made of matt grey fair-faced concrete with a working and presentation surface made of natural stone – the centrepiece of BECKERIA.

 

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To the left of the sales counter the light cereal area offers a healthy breakfast, furnished with high tables and chairs made of natural oak. On the right, dark woods, upholstered seating benches and chairs highlight the coffeehouse and lounge area with it’s own Barista Bar.

 

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The black marble Grill Bar, with an attached bar counter made of anthracite-coloured concrete, forms the gastronomic bridge from lunch to dinner. The opposite high table with leather-covered bar stools is perfect for a quick lunch. A long dining table of light oak for 8 persons guarantees a convivial dinner in a warm and cosy atmosphere.

An end-to-end solid wood herringbone parquet floor made of oiled light oak creatively pulls the Interior-Areas together.

 

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The continuous black-painted, industrial-looking ceiling contrasts with the fine materials and thus creates an interesting tension. Expanded metal room dividers and suspensions act as structuring elements above the working areas and create transparent boundaries for the individual interior areas. All the essential furniture, the tables, shelve elements, the room dividers and the lounge sofa are designs by DYER-SMITH FREY.

 

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DYER-SMITH FREY accomplished a harmonious conclusive and accessible interior to match the complex concept of the BECKERIA.

 

https://www.dyersmith-frey.com/

 

LAURA BIAGIOTTI Spring/Summer 2018

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The dress tells a story, it witnesses and evokes: feelings, dreams, memories, roots, future. Continuity and metamorphosis.
A project rather than an object. A suggestion in order to escape from an ephemeral compulsivity and from a certain kind of fashion, which burns and consumes everything over the course of a season.
The dress is a “value” in every sense. The evolution of our personal wardrobe becomes a dressing/investing duality, which combines ethics and aesthetics. 

 

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Forever Roma. All roads lead to Rome. The 2018 Spring/Summer Biagiotti collection takes us back to the GRAND TOUR; the Journey through Italy (superbly narrated by Goethe and other great authors) that the luckiest of youth used to embark on in order to broaden their cultural baggage. A journey, which was also for girls just as long as they were accompanied by their mother or by a providential unmarried aunt. All this is achieved through prints by Carlo Labruzzi, the great eighteenth century roman landscape painter (this year celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary since his death) whose collection is preserved in the Vatican.

 

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On linen tunics, iconic “Bambola” dresses with frilled chiffons, structured suits with jackets and broad trousers, voluminous trench-coats and even on must-have t-shirts, we witness the appearance of prints and designs of the most suggestive venues of the Eternal City. Especially the via Appia: a sort of period “reportage”, which traces back to that real and metaphorical journey that is life; one, which sometimes needs to be exorcised, as suggested by the fantastic masks of the facades of roman churches and buildings.

 

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Roma’s Aura. Eventually, the long travelling finds its rest in the presence of the unique light of roman sunsets, captured by the new “rosa roma” color in the mini sequin or lace dress, which steers towards a shade of red brick, mixed with the thousand shades of a sky that has seduced millions of lovers. All this is a romantic yet contemporary love story interpreted by Laura Biagiotti’s iconic fragrance ROMA, an international best seller launched in 1988.

 

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Metallic flashes define the accessories: necklaces and bracelets have the same precious stones; onyx, quartzes, left unrefined and natural and which also appear on bags and sandals making them unique, collection objects. The lights of crystals from Swarovski brighten up the tulle, worn in layers charged with reflections. Biagiotti’s white tells the story of hyper-feminine, romantic and voluminous dresses.

 

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Postcards. A dress to read. While the prints assemble and break down on silk, taffetas and chiffon like an ancient/current graphic novel, the traveler shows up with a postcard. Images, which tell the story of the evolution of eras and places: it may be the famous aviator, Amelia Mary Earhart known as Lady Lindy, woman of sport, courage, freedom and adventure, a legend, which disappeared in the Pacific in 1937. But also of the many anonymous, tormented goodbyes: ciao mamma…

 

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http://www.laurabiagiotti.it/

 

VIVETTA Spring/Summer 2018

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Between history and legend, Andrey Remnev has inspired the 2018 Vivetta Spring-Summer collection.

Vivetta Ponti transfers his art onto the catwalk: his ancient, melancholic strokes, yet graphical and modern, his colours and the delicate and dream-like women, the main characters of his paintings.

 

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These noble, hypnotic ladies, suspended in a surreal atmosphere, emphasise his passion for detail and, more specifically, for embroidery. Vivetta’s dresses, just like canvases, portray a marvellous, enchanted universe, with a wealth of magical elements. A desecrating tribute to both the world of contemporary art and the Russian artist.

 

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A collage of refined hand-made decorations. Sophisticated sequin macramé and evanescent profiles. Dazzling Swarovski and pearl appliques. Precious brocades as well as bright, multi-coloured Haute Couture duchesses.

Remnev’s favourite motifs are directly transferred onto the dresses. Irises bloom on the fabrics, crossed by the featherweight flights of dragonflies, butterflies and swallows. In addition to these, there are also elements taken from the underwater and woodland world. In the eternal surreal interplay of transformism, nature overcomes the real dimension: fantastic animals such as fish and winged creatures blossom in splendid flowers.

 

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Skirts that are as light as clouds and volumes emphasised by puffy crinolines. Cascades of raw edged tulle. Transparencies and micromesh lace. The crystal-studded organza is gradually blurred with delicate, lightweight feathers. The lightness of these fabrics is contrasted with those of a sturdier nature. The bustier dress is rather striking with its exaggerated volumes in denim which is treated, woven and dyed by hand.

 

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The common thread linking these two inspirational worlds, which are only apparently poles apart, is actually jeans, that co-exist in this collection. Revisited, faded and embroidered denim with bands of coloured feathers is used also for the footwear: for a true total look. There is a clear reference to a typically-90s POP underground style in terms of fit, volumes and prints. Oversized garments and hyper-feminine outfits. Organza, fil coupé brocade and jacquard cotton that recall romantic tapestries.

 

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The little tassels that enrich them have also been taken from the world of furnishing and design.
Maxi T-shirts are worn over 1960-style mini-dresses adorned with minute, sparkling sequins. Flaming, acid-coloured embroideries with sporty elements also for dresses in silk satin. The emerald green dress, with a deep side split, matching feather train and boa is a real key piece.

 

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The cut and paste effect is ensured by the styling: a top recalling a baseball T-shirt, with contrasting lace on its sleeves and a red carpet-worthy skirt. Also the black dress, with its decorated white satin bodice, that in terms of cut and silhouette perfectly complies with the design codes of this mood, has been created by wearing a short T-shirt over a tulle skirt. The elements of decor which Remnev was so fond of, can be seen once again in the prints, on shirts and short dresses, that have been re-elaborated according to a decidedly more contemporary taste.

 

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The range of colours is amazing. The light, dusty hues of the purest dawns from soft blue to baby pink, clash with the unique fluo colours and plenty of gold, a clear reference to the precious pigments blended by hand and used by the artist himself, as in the past.
Accessories: high cuissard boots and bow mules, either glittered or in bright pastel colours. Delicate “profiled” ballerina shoes in clashing hues.

 

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http://www.vivetta.it/

 

A Dynamic Outdoor Collection

MATTEO THUN AND ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ DESIGN

“ALLAPERTO” FOR ETHIMO

A DYNAMIC, VERSATILE OUTDOOR COLLECTION DESIGNED FOR HOSPITALITY

 

GRAND HOTEL – The lux version

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Keep the bones – change the dress: by changing the outfits Allaperto’s body transforms. It dresses up for four different worlds and chooses particular accessories. One single shape, one structure appearing in different looks.

 

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Long Island, at ease. Elegant and refined, with its white lacquered wood and hand-woven seating, GRAND HOTEL masters classical luxury at its best.

Details: Lounge chair, small dining armchair and adjustable sun lounger. Metal structure and white lacquered wood. Seating in Etwick fibre of two-tone plastic straps. Waterproof fabric cushions.

White laquered wood for parts of the corpus and a classic white, hand-woven and recyclable synthetic seating serves as elegant base for trimmed timeless chair pads, cushions and rolls. Generous sunbeds come with canopies.

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Alpine scenery, snow-capped wood lands, sunlit terraces. Tailored for high-altitude settings MOUNTAIN embraces nature. It echoes its beauty and elements: from natural teak wood, to pure wool and cashmere.

Details: Lounge chair, small dining armchair and adjustable sun lounger. Metal structure meets nature.

Partly covered with stained teakwood MOUNTAIN presents a bark netted seating topped with different paddings. A luxurious sleeping bag version padded with either shearling or pile cares for cosiness. The zipper makes it easy to slip in, a Velcro simplifies its fixing. To set a sign on the terrace the lounge chair, dining chair and the adjustable sunbed are covered in woven Etwick fibre or technical fabric with a typical tartan alpine pattern.

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Font Santa Hotel, Thermal Spa & Wellness

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Font Santa Hotel is a 5 star hotel located in Campos in the Southern part of the island of Mallorca. It is much more than just an exclusive location, one is able to enjoy from the pleasure and welfare of the thermal spa, which offers the only natural thermal waters in the Balearic Islands.

 

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This creates the ideal environment, the natural land is protected by the beautiful beach Es Trenc and Es Salobrar de Campos. Be welcome to relax in the wonderful space catered for comfort and tranquility and discover the best kept secret of thermal water.

 

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A space in complete harmony with nature

The outskirts of the hotel offer stunning views and small urban centers that will allow you to enjoy nature, the beach and leisurely activities.

 

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Space Serenity and Comfort

Font Santa Hotel offer 36 cozy and spacious rooms, the majority of which offer private terraces with stunning views of the natural land of Es Trenc Salobrar of Campos.
 
The design of the property has a combination of traditional as well as modern decor with hard wood floors complemented by light colors to encourage relaxation as well as prolong the wonderful sensations created by the thermal spa.
 

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Enjoy a natural experience

In the Font Santa Hotel Restaurant one is able to taste a kitchen of truly elaborate art with the most natural of ingredients from the fresh markets. Discover our healthy, exquisite and exclusive gastronomic innovations while at the same time enjoying our tranquil interior spaces, private rooms and restaurant terraces.

 

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Font Santa Hotel

Carretera Campos-Colonia San Jordi Km 8,2.
07630 · Campos. Mallorca

T. 0034 971 655 016
F. 0034 971 655 257
info@fontsantahotel.com

http://www.fontsantahotel.com/en/

 

The Devonshire Club London Designed By March & White

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A private members club has a peculiarly complex purpose. Add to this, 70 hotel suites above for the use of members and the logistics, functionality and performance require scientific analysis. Aesthetically, each room, each space of the club, needed to have a sense of the unique whilst being an episode in a larger, entire, piece.

 

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To commit to creating a large, significant and very valuable piece of art is to prepare to meet some very formidable challenges. Devonshire Club was no exception to the theory. At March & White, they always work with the best craftsmen using the very finest authentic materials to ensure everything is completed to the highest quality standard. Furnitureworks are a Sussex based craft furniture makers with a reputation for producing the very highest quality upholstery. Working closely with them. 

March & White were able to interpret the organic curves and forms of mid-century style into our own, absolutely contemporary furniture.

 

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The philosophy for Devonshire Club was to create an elegant and iconic destination for London’s city elite; a glamourous and subtly feminine space which confidently spoke of creativity, vibrancy and sophistication. Distilling inspiration from both mid-century modern design and couture, March & White created a series of distinctive spaces. These, each very individual, are, separate but still subtly connected in series, resulting in an intriguing journey from the moment of entering the club.

 

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The mood is one of glamour and elegance with a vibrant, and very contemporary, undercurrent. Their take on the primary colour palette is visible through our selection of fabrics and finishes, creating a unique version of the Mondrian palette that boasts a timeless feel throughout the entire club.

 

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http://www.marchandwhite.com/

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Champagne Lanson & Wimbledon

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Enjoy a Lanson ”Wimbledon” experience in London

Champagne Lanson have partnered with a number of bars and restaurants across the UK to bring Wimbledon to your doorstep. So, if you can’t make it to SW19 there’s still the opportunity to get involved in the action!

Venues across the UK:

Berkshire:
Beaumont Estate – Burfield Rd, Old Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 2JJ
Littlecote House Hotel – Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0SU
Wokefield Park – Goodboys Lane, Mortimer, Reading, RG7 3AE

Buckinghamshire:
Horwood House – Hursley Road, Little Horwood, Milton Keynes, MK17 0PN

Cheshire:
Alvaston Hall Hotel – Middlewich Road, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6PD41
Cranage Hall – Byley Lane, Cranage, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, CW4 8EW

Derbyshire:
Radisson East Midlands Airport – Herald Way, Pegasus Business Park, East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Derby, DE74 2TZ

Durham:
Ebony Champagne Bar – Walkergate, Durham, DH1 1SQ
Radisson Durham – Frankland Lane, Durham, DH1 5TA

East Sussex:
Bath Arms – 3 – 4 Meeting House Lane, Brighton, BN1 1HB
Black Lion – 14 Black Lion Street, Brighton, BN1 1ND
Mesmerist – 1-3 Prince Albert Street, Brighton, BN1 1HE
North Laine – 27 Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA
Open House – 146 Springfield Road, Brighton, BN1 6BZ
Western Front – 11 Cranbourne Street, Brighton, BN1 2RD

Essex:
Cabin Bar Stansted – Stansted airport, Stansted, Essex, CM24 1QU
Radisson Blu Hotel Stansted – Waltham Close Stansted Airport, Bassingbourn Rd, Stansted, CM24 1PP

Gloucestershire:
Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel – Wotton-under-Edge, South Gloucestershire GL12 8HH

Guernsey:
The Duke of Richmond Hotel – Cambridge Park, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1UY
The Old Government House – St Ann’s Place, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 2NU

Hampshire:
Lakeside Coastal Village – Fishery Lane, Hayling Island, PO11 9NR
Sinah Warren Hotel – Ferry Road, Hayling Island, Hampshire, PO11 0BZ
Warbrook House – The Street, Eversley, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 OPL

Herefordshire:
Holme Lacy House Hotel – Bridge Road, Holme Lacy, Hereford, HR2 6LP

Isle of Wight:
Bembridge Coast Hotel – Bembridge, Isle of Wight, PO35 5TB
Norton Grange Coastal Village – Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, PO41 0SD

Kent:
The Cuban Canterbury – 41b-43 High Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2RY

Lancashire:
Radisson Blu Manchester – Chicago Avenue, Manchester, M90 3RA

Middlesex:
Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel – Bath Road, Hounslow, TW6 2AQ

Tyne and Wear:
Cabin Newcastle – Terminal Building , Newcastle Airport , NE13 8BZ

North East:
Dickens 2 – 5 Southfield Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 3BZ
The Dickens Inn – 4 Southfield Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 3BZ
The Quilted Camel – 36 Sandhill, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3JF

North West:
Radisson Blu Liverpool – 107 Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L3 9BD

North Yorkshire:
Nidd Hall Hotel – Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 3BN

Northamptonshire:
Staverton Park – Daventry Road, Staverton, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 6JT

Nottinghamshire:
Thoresby Hall Hotel & Spa – Thoresby Park, Nr. Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, NG22 9WH

Oxfordshire:
Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel – Henley Rd, Sandford-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, OX4 4GX
Searcys Blenheim Palace – Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1PP

Somerset:
Cricket St Thomas Hotel – Chard, Somerset, TA20 4DD
Searcys Pump Room Bath – Stall Street, Bath, BA1 1LZ

South West:
Marco’s Bristol – Cadbury House, Frost Hill, Congresbury, Bristol, BS49 5AD
Radisson Blu Bristol – Broad Quay, Bristol, BS1 4BY

Suffolk:
Corton Coastal Village – The Street, Corton, Nr Lowestoft, NR32 5HR
Gunton Coastal Village – Gunton Avenue, Lowestoft, NR32 5DF

Surrey:
Savill Court Hotel – Wick Lane, Bishopsgate, Windsor Great Park, Surrey, TW20 0XN
Selsdon Park Hotel – Addington Road, Sanderstead, South Croydon, Surrey, CR2 8YA
Wotton House – Guildford Road, Wotton, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6HS

Wales:
Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel – Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, North Wales, LL18 5YA
Radisson Blu Cardiff – Meridian Gate, Bute Terrace, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 2FL

West Midlands:
Marco’s at The Cube – 200 Wharfside Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 1PR
Radisson Blu Birmingham – 12 Holloway Circus Queensway, Birmingham, B1 1BT
Searcys The Balcony Birmingham – Selfridges on 4, The Bullring, Birmingham, B5 4BP

West Yorkshire:
Oulton Hall Hotel & Spa – Rothwell Lane, Oulton, Leeds, LS26 8HN
Radisson Leeds – No 1 The Light, Leeds, LS1 8TL

 

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