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Samsung is blending a curved TV design with its UHD LED TV technology. The adoption of curved TVs in 2014 will see Australians embrace a bold new cinematic experience for the home. Samsung has developed a curvature of 4200R5.

The new Series 9 Curved UHD LED TV features Samsung’s PurColorTM6 technology, which is designed to reproduce colour on the panel to express more detailed shades than available on all previous Samsung Smart TVs. With Samsung’s Auto Depth Enhancer7 algorithm, regions of images on the TVs are automatically adjusted to create a sense of depth on the new curved screens.

In addition to the Series 9 Curved UHD LED TV series (HU9000), the curved form factor is also expanded to the flagship Series 8 FHD LED TV (H8000). This second generation of Samsung curved screens can also be wall mounted with the specially designed kit (sold separately) and is compatible with VESA Standards.

For more info visit Samsung’s official webiste

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In the beginning, there was cobalt and kaolin. Then came Ming porcelain which evolved from being the preserve of Chinese Emperors to winning over Europe’s princely courts as early as the Sixteenth Century.

The colour of peace but, above all, a tint that has the power to combine everyday life with all the imaginative power of travel on your table. In Hermes creations for The House, the designs are directly inspired by nature. Nothing is rigid in these plates and cups. Here, geometric abstraction is the logical conclusion to this history of “blue-and-white”, made of endless comings and goings between Europe and the East.

Check to see more of Hermes’ Collection.

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Surround Sound

The BeoSound 8 by Bang & Olufsen is a powerful new speaker dock for your iPhone, iPad and iTouch. Not comprimising on sound quality, this nifty gadget is essential in this digital age and its light and characteristic design makes the BeoSound 8 highly flexible in use. Available in black and white, the cone-shaped speakers were specially designed to give a two-dimensional look, hiding the actual depth of the speakers. Music junkies rejoice.

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Fendi Casa Home Collection

Created in 1989 as a natural evolution and a new important chapter of a creative Italian business epoch,  this collection emerged as a new concept of home. Conceived as the rediscovery of a daily habitat to be stylishly customised, it focuses mostly on fox, mink, sheep skin and zibeline, often used on plaids and cushions. Characterized by incredible manufacturing and fashion detail, including the famous “double-F” logo, as well as the unique Spy Bag fastener.

Check to see more of Fendi Casa Home Collection.

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‘Cut and Craft’ – the winners of Gucci’s paper craft competition are found

These bags are the three winners of Gucci’s social media competition ‘Icons of Heritage – Cut & Craft, launched on September 2 of this year. And we understand why! They are absolutely stunning – colourful, inventive and quirky to say the least.

Before we get into who made these divine bags however, let’s just briefly revisit the idea behind the competition: The concept behind this Gucci campaign was for fans to download the pattern of one of three iconic Gucci bags, and then make their version of one of them using paper and other materials. The competitors would then photograph the result and upload it to the competition’s dedicated Facebook page.

Thousands of submissions and votes later, the selection was narrowed down to nine beautiful recreations, and yesterday, Gucci’s creative Director, Frida Gianni selected the three winners.

From left to right:

‘Jackie’: Soyoung Jung of Korea
‘Stirrup’: Gerardo Larrea of Peru
‘New Bamboo’: Monia di Liello of Italy

The three bags are now featured as the cover image of Gucci’s Facebook Timeline, and the creators behind each of them will be receiving a complimentary Gucci handbag.

Good work and congrats!

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The Haute Couture of Lighting

Fusing 100-year-old historical tradition with modern design innovation, the Düsseldorf label, Suzusan, have released an exquisite lighting series or “Luminaries”. Designer and company founder, Hiroyuki Murase, utilized an ancient Japanese technique known as Shibori, a tradition his family has carried with them for over a century. Translating literally “to wring, press and twist”, the process results in incredibly tactile and unique and spectacular textures.

We can’t help but love the Hokkaido Pendant! Such a statement….


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The Big Table

Dine in Style.

Characterised by an extremely original design and with its mix of traditional materials, the Big Table is a striking piece of furniture. The rectangular wood top (also available in tempered glass, black walnut or solid European Walnut) is sleek and modern. Angled steel legs, in varying widths have been cut and bent to become of field of experimentation for all sorts of colour combinations, giving birth to a more experimental table

In conceiving this eye-catching piece, renowned Brussels designer Alain Gilles describes the table as “a strong personality, always in movement, always trying to put one foot in front of the other; as if it was walking, each foot stretches to reach further away.”

The Big Table is available exclusively through Fanuli Furniture.

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A Missoni Home

“MISSONIHOME is known for creating its own style that reflects a celebration of life; our brand is an experience of happiness, excitement, beauty, creativity, style and elegance. We are inspired by the seasons of nature and we play with colour because life is more beautiful with colour.”

A whole new meaning has been brought to the phrase ‘living in the lap of luxury’; with the first ever residential MISSONIHOME in the world rising in Manila, through the 52-story Acqua Livingstone – the fourth of six condominium towers in the Acqua Private Residences project, developed in the Philippine capital by Century Properties Group, Inc.

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that this project will sit as one of the most stylish residential properties in the world; what else could you expect from an Italian fashion house with prints and colours as iconic and vivid as those of Missoni?

The progressive style of Missoni has earned them acclaim globally from the fashion world for decades due its creativeness and ability to elevate knitwear to an artistic form.

In 1996 Rosita Missoni passed on the fashion reins to daughter Angela and focused on designing for MISSONIHOME, a creative extension of the Missoni aesthetic in furniture, home accessories, and interior design.

The property will consist of house functions rooms, business centre, an indoor and outdoor gym, Jacuzzi, a library and spa. The upper level is a social space dedicated to interaction and entertainment with an amphitheatre, lounge, DJ booth and dance floor, pool with swim up bar, and barbecue facilities. Tying these two levels together is a fanciful organic wire-mesh tree that winds its way up and connects to the mezzanine floor, where residents can enjoy surrounding views or enjoy a meal in the open-air dining area.

The designer residential space provides a Missoni lifestyle experience, a combination of art and function that completely redefines the condo living experience.

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Chanel Cruise Collection 2012/12

In a way that only he can, Karl Largerfeld unveiled the playful and opulent Chanel 2012/13 Summer Ready-To-Wear range this month in Paris. With the Chateau de Versille’s legendary garden fountains as the centrepiece, a charming scene was set, perfect for the 18th Century inspired frivolity that took place.
Favouring the pastel and floral trend, Lagerfeld was able to strike a balance between playful, costume like design and 21st century sensibility. Models sported pastel; bob-top bespoke wigs to set off the floral sleeved frocks, gold embroidered denim vests and rich brocade-infused one-piece swimsuits in a futuristic Marie Antoinette style.

“It is Coco rock, French rock with a very 18th century frivolity, one that’s been updated with new materials and new proportions,” Karl Largerfeld explained.

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Vivid Sydney Festival

Sydney’s annual festival of light, music and innovation is back from the 25th May – 11th June. The artist driven festival, in its fourth year will once again transform Sydney into a canvas of creativity and inspiration.

Vivid has become Sydney’s major winter festival with free and ticketed events at the Sydney Opera House, Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay, the Rocks and now extending to the Walsh Bay precinct for the first time.

Thirteen new installations will form the Walsh Bay Light Walk, curated by Sydney Dance Company’s resident multimedia artist Peter Greg. Set to be an immersive cinematic experience, the walk takes visitors from pier 1 to 9 on a journey of creativity and innovation, offering interactive pathways flooded with luminous colours and astounding sculptures.

A fractured heart created by the Illuminart team and ARIA Award winning performer Gotye alone is something not to be missed. Combining dazzling animations with unique musical notes when played as a harp by the audience, the interactive instrument is said to be a highlight of the walk.

The full Vivid Sydney program is available at



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