Frank Lloyd Wright saw the world differently. And inspired us to do the same. In the Frank Lloyd Wright® Bath Collection by Brizo®, we pay homage to his visionary spirit.; Photograph courtesy Brizo®
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Offering a plethora colour designs for bathrooms and kitchens, Spanish surfaces specialist Cosentino has upgraded its Silestone offerings. Based in Almeria, Spain, Cosentino is known for manufacturing sustainable surfaces.
A recent research reportedly suggests that thermocol could be a material of the future, in terms of construction of earthquake-resistant buildings. Not only would such buildings be resistant to earthquake in the most seismic zone but would also save energy.
The project is the worlds first international network of eco-friendly and smart villages and a carbon-neutral destination.
Recognized for its innovative character, original concept and extreme functionality, Catellani & Smith won its first Good Design Award for the lamp U..
To streamline the supply chain management of the ready mix concrete (RMC) industry from the purchase to delivery stage,
The term ‘Urban Renewal’ first emerged in the late 1940s in America, as an attempt to modernize central cities. In simple terms, Urban Renewal is a strategic process of remodeling older parts of urban areas.
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