Ceramica Colli - Scot White Scot has taken different kinds of marble veining patterns combining and mixing the images onto 6 x 36 planks to create a new and modern interpretation. Each color in this Italian inkjet glazed porcelain series includes veining patterns from various marbles within each color’s range. The result is a rich mix of graphics and tones that conveys a striking effect when installed due to the multi-directional movement of the veins.
Nature Meets Architecture - Peace lily, peperomia and prayer plant climb above the master bath's teak vanity. The side wall and floor are made of lavastone, in contrasting finishes, from CoveringsEtc on Spring Street. The plant originally chosen for the wall, euonymus, had tiny leaves that would fall into the sink and get stuck in the drain.
Located along the Champs-Élysées in Paris, Maison du Danemark has recently been renovated to include two exquisite new restaurants. On the ground floor is Flora Danica, a high-end brasserie, and on the first level is Copenhague, a fine-dining experience. The incredible space was designed by Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi, who chose materials and colour schemes to create a classic Danish environment fused with a Parisian aesthetic.