PK Interior Design in Tuscany, Florence
January 07, 2018
In the next months I will be located in Florence and have collaboration with an Italian Architect, working on excited project.
Photo: Design by Ricci
Restaurant Day I Food Design & Tableware Design @POTENTIALe 2017 Feldkirch
November 09, 2017
Slow Food I Slow Good
There is nothing better than making your food creative on design tableware, so the food tastes the best! PK Interior Design has combined culinary diversity with product design. Learn more about the products here.
Bread as a universal symbol of sharing, communal baking is a creative, playful method that young and old will enjoy. The smell of freshly baked bread gives a sense of home and warmth. The love of bread and bread making is an inspiration to many people, a sense of freedom that inspires our creativity and imagination. Playing makes you feel something true and meaningful. Here you can learn more about the Bread Workshops here.
View the highlights here.
PK Interior Design @Vienna Design Week 2017
October 14, 2017
A city full of Design, it was amazing, different design week from Milano, Paris, London or Stockholm, where the focus is on famous brands & lack of the communicative events. VDW gave the opportunities to get in touch with Designer, to visit small Ateliers and in the same time interesting Talks and fun with Cocktails: - CreatorsLab invited by AWS and Wirtschaftsagentur. In this Workshop young Designers had the chance to exchange with great Designers such as INEKEHANS, Jolan von der Wiel and BasarStudio Architects as Guestland from Romania. Additionally INEKEHANS had an exhibition focused on the trends in the city with limited space & resources - Tour Vienna Urban West - discover the 15th District and ist highlights with Ateliers & Architecture - AltstadtVienna Hotel - 4 Rooms. 4Designer. 1 Hotel, Introduction from the Architects to each room in the Hotel - 25 Hours Hotel - Analog Room - TechnicalMuseum Urban Future, Talk & Exhibition - ViennaBiennale - MAK - Food Design - Impact on tableware AnaloDesign from Vorarlberg was as well there, Sonic Rug - Selina Reiterer, Karak, Werkraum Bregenzerwald.
See the fotos and you will feel it here and on my FB.
Photo: Vienna Design Week
September 20, 2017
Discover the new trends in textiles
To mark the 40th edition of Decorex International at Syon House it has be celebrated the past, present and future of design.
Future Heritage has once again delighted Decorex visitors with the breadth of talent in British design today. Showcasing 15 new makers working in a variety of different materials, the ‘show within a show’ revealed unique pieces on the Decorex theme of Collaboration by the designers, who pushed their creativity to the limits, to produce new and unexpected work.
View the highlights here:
PK Interior Design I Organization team @Forward Festival, Zürich 2017
June 21, 2017
Forward - Festival for Design, Communication and Creativity brings together the best international and local creative heads, who provide insights into their success stories in an exciting atmosphere. The conference, the centerpiece of the festival, is accompanied by various side events, such as workshops, live art sessions and networking Event.
Photo: Forward Festival
PK Interior Design has launched her collection Slow goods "Heritage is future" in Austria
April 01, 2017
Peti launched in April her product collection "Heritage is future" in Austria. PK Interior Design invited us to discover inspirations that bring you to a journey across time where past and present dialogue harmoniously. The collection includes lighting, tableware and home accessories. These are designed with great attention to detail and special passion for natural materials. Simple elegance, geometric shapes and artistic flair are the key ingredients of the products under the motto Heritage is future.
Let nature enters into your interiors, nature simplicity - ceramics, paper, wool and linen with echoes of art. The alliance of "design and nature" returns us to our roots and opens a dialogue between the material and the time, which is destined to have a history for each piece. Like in Slow Goods movement, the designer is using the products to create a sustainable production that can be handmade in cooperation with small manufactures.
December 31, 2016
Few days ago Pantone announced the #ColorofTheYear2017: it's Greenery and it symbolizes the re-connection with nature! A light and bright green, a fresh color that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Green is a relaxing color indeed, and Greenery has a touch of yellow as well, that gives a bit of energy and makes it a perfect color for a brand new year full of vitality!
Put some green products in your home and in your life!
Put some green products in your home and in your life!
PK Interior Design @Salone del Mobile, Milan 2017
April 09, 2017
Salone del Mobile 2017 is behind us
Full of Design was introduced in Milan, the novelties are organic, knotted and mix of materials, pattern of colours and shapes – catches the eye of the visitors of the current edition of the Milan Design Week.
Kartell has presented Kids collection and celebrated the 50th anniversary, read more below.
This year Euroluce was part of the fair and the lighting from Flos and Artemide were introduced with their organic touch.
Different events that transformed Milan areas into real Design Districts - installation, presentation and exhibitions:
- Space&interiors 2017, details for architecture - an event/exhibition that explores the meaning of modern living in terms of finishes and materials
- The Design Experience - Connected products, digital interaction and augmented reality will lift the new setting of the co-net-working space in via Tortona 31 to a whole new dimension. At the Tortona district, the new beating heart of Milan for art, fashion, design and business, Archiproducts Milan reaffirms its role as a strategic hub for Architects, Brands and Designers.
How did working spaces and relations evolve in a digital information era? At what extent has the ever more popular e-commerce inflicted the importance of showrooms and designers? Co-net-working, freelancing, frequent travelling; What is their impact on working spaces for Architects in particular?
Archiproducts Milan has created a space for inspiration and reflection on co-working, training, events and showrooms merged in a unique and smooth organization primed on networking. This format rises as an answer to the new demand for exhibition and shared working areas, not only sales-oriented but mainly regarding product knowledge. A hybrid space where Architects, Designers and Brands get together to design, build and innovate the entire year through.
Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, Stockholm
February 23, 2017
The most important week of the year for Scandinavian design
Faro, Han is much more than a simple wall lamp: it merges a light point with a hanger, two elements that coexist in perfect harmony thanks to a combination of pure and geometric lines. Han is ideal for both private and public spaces (hotel lobbies, halls and lounge areas, bedrooms), where it can provide supplementary lighting, offering sculptural and decorative effects as well as functionality.
Simple but clever ideas that reinterpret the concept of lighting.
‘Designed to Last’ exhibition reflects on some of the most important issues currently facing the design industry – sustainability and designing for the long term – allowing a number of designers and architects to describe how they look at their role in a rapidly evolving, throwaway society. The selection of contributions shown in the exhibition focuses on new works and deals with topics such as quality, material usage and local production – still very prevailing in Sweden today. The exhibition is a collaboration between Residence Magazine and ArkDes (Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design) and is designed by Norway’s leading stylist duo Kråkvik&D’Orazio.
You can visit it in Stockholm: www.arkdes.se, February 8, 2017 - March 19, 2017
Source: Stockholm Design Week
Imm, Cologne 2017
January 27, 2017
Variety of colours and materials in the kitchen: the new trend for individualised design
The kitchen, long considered far more than simply a place to eat, has become the focal point for communication and self-expression in today’s homes. Where until recently neutral, soft colours and unobtrusive materials were called for, a trend can now be seen towards personalisation with a variety of materials and new colours. Inspiration for this is supplied by the trade fair LivingKitchen in Cologne.
Where you previously had to choose between a modern, clean look and a cosy, rustic style, there is now an infinite range of options in between – even for solid wood kitchens. And these options can be combined: wood with metal or stone, dark, high-grade woods with glass and stainless steel, smooth white drawer and door fronts with open shelving units in warm wood tones. In those places where materials are combined, a bold colour choice is made or where there are inconsistencies in terms of the shape or height of kitchen furniture, or where it is built around a corner, countertops and repeated colours link it all together to form a comprehensive whole. This way, the dining table, for example, can be given prominence over the island unit or the work surface and thrust into the space, while still being directly identified with the kitchen through the choice of colour or material: a stand-alone piece of furniture, yet one which is not isolated.
Whether homely, dark walnut wood next to a sunny yellow ceramic sink, or elegant Grevillea wood with a cool concrete countertop: in today’s kitchens, the leading principle is … anything goes!
Maison & Objet, Paris 2017
January 24, 2017
M & O chose a theme Silence, having a calming effect on the hyperactive, garrulous and loud times we live in. Home is a place where calm is restored and a growing desire for serenity can be expressed. Lifestyle and style give us the ‘silent treatment’. Beauty is unburdened from the artifice of pointless ornamentation and devotes itself to a quest for the essential. The reduction of materials, geometric abstraction, transparency, halo effects, wireframe structures, ethereal hues and black and white comprise the formal rules of silence. The spartan simplicity of archetypal shapes foster contemplative moments during which the mind is at rest. Sensitive, discrete and elegant objects re-establish inner tranquillity. Please do not disturb this sensual, poetic, harmonious and luxurious minimalism. Shh
This theme linked us to the Japanese inspirations - travel to the heart of Japan at MAISON&OBJET. Simple, subtle and discrete… design and aesthetic of Japan with 80 exhibitors within each universe of MAISON&OBJET.
Photo: Maison & Objet
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