25 MAY - 4 SEPT 2022
It’s Our F⋆⋆⋆ing Backyard is now open at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Eighty selected projects by designers and companies from all over the world, including our ExCinere tiles by Formafantasma, explore innovative uses of materials, resources and soil depletion.
GENERAL PROJECTS, FORMAFANTASMA, TONY CHAMBERS
London property developer, General Projects, has just completed the redevelopment of an old bank, a former distillery and a new extension on Goswell Road, Clerkenwell. Architecture studio Buckley Gray Yeoman spearheaded the scheme with Tony Chambers offering creative direction. The team appointed our close collaborators, Formafantasma, to deliver in ‘A new take on the lobby area and create something that goes beyond the usual functional use, something that elevates the space, engages people and makes them take notice,’. ExCinere was used throughout the common areas on the first level and was beautifully combined with exposed aggregate concrete flooring and Flos’ Wireline pendants also of Formafantasma design.
Marmoreal® is available in two colourways in a range of standard dimensions and finishes that suit different applications.
ExCinere, our volcanic-ash-glazed tiles developed in collaboration with Formafantasma. Available in two standard sizes, eight glazes and a range of options for special installation needs.
DAVID KOHN ARCHITECTS
David Kohn Architects worked with Nord Studio to convert a listed residential interior in Berlin into a grand office for property developer Euroboden. The London-based architects paid careful attention to the property's historical features. A couple of examples include two-tone paint schemes that recall the original wainscoting as do the two Marmoreal clad rooms, one in black, the other in white. "The rich variety of interiors, along with a distinctive tapering plan, is reminiscent of Sir John Soane's house museum in London which became a source of inspiration. At Tempelhofer Ufer, the design team have sought to echo Soane's blurring of lines between living and working space to create an air of productive domesticity and a clear departure from typical commercial interiors." - David Kohn Architects.
MARMOREAL DINING TABLE
This versatile table comes in three separate parts: a single slab top and two in- dependent trestles. The trestles can be oriented in three different ways, one of which creates more central space to function as a large desk.
Introducing two new collections of ExCinere furnishings designed by Formafantasma. All using our volcanic ash glazed gris porcelain tiles which means they can be used in pretty much any conditions from interior to exterior. Available in either the Terra or Verdigris pallettes in a number of tiled patterns.