We capture emerging Swiss design and international interior trends.

  • SpottedNatural stone

    Designed by Clément Brazille for Ateliers Romeo, the Ocean Travertine collection gives natural stone a contemporary aesthetic.

    credit : Baptiste Coulon
  • SpottedArtful throw
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    April Throw, the woven blanket of Slowdown studio is signed by Spanish artist Natalia Vico.

    credit : Slowdown Studio
  • SpottedContemporary mosaic

    Part of the French Quarter collection, the Confectionary model is a joyful and elegant composition of colour and shapes.

    credit : Mosaique Surface
  • SpottedTimeless stripes

    Warm tones and timeless stripes for Marimekko AW 2018 home collection, beautifully styled by Susanna Vento.

    credit : Mikko Ryhänen
  • SpottedSoft luxury

    Menu chair designed by Afteroom Studio embracing minimalism and clean lines, yet with a luxurious upholstering.

    credit : Menu
  • SpottedNature-inspired

    Nature-inspired colour palette and softly curved shapes by Danish Designer Berit Mogensen Lopez.

    credit : Berit Mogensen Lopez
  • SpottedSerene silence

    Kyoto sound absorbing system created by Note Design Studio for Zilenzio.

    credit : Enok Holsegard
  • SpottedOrganic impression

    Ceramic vases by Melbourne-based artist Zhu Ohmu that recreates the 3D printing process by hand.

    credit : Zhu Ohmu
  • SpottedDreamy field

    Flowing watercolour in a beautiful flower pattern wallpaper designed by Sara Bergqvist for Sandberg.

    credit : Sandberg
  • SpottedEarthy floor

    Earthy tones and graphic aesthetics for the Tierras tile collection by Patricia Urquiola for Mutina.

    credit : Mutina
  • SpottedPublic places

    Organic shapes with an urban feel for the porcelain platters by Laurin Schaub, awarded at the Swiss Design Awards.

    credit : Laurin Schaub