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Afrofuture hospitality:

All eyes are on Africa. Continue Reading →

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Supersensory hospitality:

Examines the growing need to be away from the hectic lives we live, with all its constant stimulations. Continue Reading →

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Illusionary technology:

Architects and interior designers are, as usual, working to manipulate our perspective, but they now use more advanced techniques such as, lasers and digital wizardry, which can easily alter our sense of reality. Continue Reading →

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Augmented reality:

This trend is all about the use of technology in retail, not only online, but also in stores. These stores will then be used to give the consumer the product experience. It might still be that the actual purchase of the product will be done online, but the decision to buy the product takes place in the store. Continue Reading →

heimtextil 2015

Heimtextil is a yearly fair, where suppliers, designers and buyers of interior textiles from all over the world come together. The fair also contains a trend section, where well know trend agencies give their view on the trends in interior textiles for the coming year. Continue Reading →

new bloggers

I am really happy to announce that PURE styling blog, as of now, has three bloggers! Manon, Ester and myself will be writing blog posts regularly. Continue Reading →

new collection imperfect design

Imperfect Design introduces Cantel candlesticks of Dutch designers Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe at fairs in Cologne, Paris and at Show up in Vijfhuizen, the Netherlands. Continue Reading →


A frosty image I took last weekend in the French mountains to wish you all a wonderful 2015! Continue Reading →

Pieke Bergmans

Pieke Bergmans (1978, Sprang-Capelle) wants to do things differently in her work. With this approach, she has established herself internationally in a short time; she is currently Brazil’s Designer of the Year. Freeze is her first solo museum exhibition. Continue Reading →

Mae Engelgeer at friday next

I’ve been following the work of Dutch Textile designer Mae Engelgeer for some time now. She is known for her distinctive textile collections, often using pastels and the color bright orange. Continue Reading →

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