Interview with Anez Ka Arts
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by Katrin
1w ago
From Canvas to Creation: The Artistry of Anez Ka Arts Katrin Krakovich interviews Anez Ka Arts Katrin Being Design Magazine interviewed Anez Ka Arts, exploring the inspiration, journey, and vision behind their minimalist abstract paintings. Join us as we uncover the story of how Anez Ka Arts brings tranquility and luxury to life on canvas. First of all, can you tell us about the inspiration behind starting Anez Ka Arts and the journey of establishing the company? Anez Sure, the journey so far has been as rocky as the Maltese landscapes! It’s a journey full of firsts and ..read more
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How Crude´s furniture emerged as a response to interior design 
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by Katrin
1M ago
How Crude´s furniture emerged as a response to interior design  Story for Being Designs Magazine of Crude. Crude is a unique studio that blends creativity with practicality in interior and furniture design. Crude prioritizes materials and context, crafting spaces that truly resonate with our clients’ environments. Crude is a multidisciplinary design studio named for the raw quality present in natural materials. The studio’s furniture is made primarily of oak, and it is the wood’s roughness and imperfection that define its character and the sensation of natural tone and texture ..read more
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Engineered bamboo as a sustainable building material
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by Katrin
1y ago
Engineered bamboo as a sustainable building material Story for Being Designs Magazine of the environmentally innovative and progressive company from Australia – House Of Bamboo Bamboo wasn’t Jennifer’s first choice as a career. Nor was it her second or third, but as so often happens, she fell into it. House of Bamboo started as a hobby for her father Mark, in 1972.  Traveling extensively through Asia on business, Mark had plenty of time on his hands between meetings. He visited rural and remote villages and was enthralled by how the villagers used the organic material grow ..read more
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Ask og Eng is Creating a Trend for Bamboo Furniture
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by Katrin
1y ago
Ask og Eng is Creating a Trend for Bamboo Furniture Katrin Krakovich interviews Kine Ask Stenersen Katrin Interview with Kine Ask Stenersen, co-founder of the Ask og Eng Studio. Their story started after creating several sustainable kitchens and bamboo furniture for their home. Kristoffer proposed bamboo as a material for their first kitchen. Kine and Kristoffer fell in love with the material and use it for building all the furniture for Ask og Eng Studio. They use bamboo just from certified plantations. This bamboo is not only sustainable but also produced responsibly ..read more
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Green furniture by Ecobalanza
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by Katrin
1y ago
Green furniture by Ecobalanza Katrin Krakovich interviews Aimee Robinson Katrin Interview with Aimee Robinson, owner and found of Ecobalanza. Aimee Robinson has been on a mission to create the ultimate organic sofa, one that is beautiful and comfortable yet embodies healthful living, environmental preservation, and social responsibility.  That’s how EcoBalanza was born. Hi Aimee, so happy to have you here. I am very grateful to interview you for our interior design magazine Being. Can you please introduce yourself and share how the idea of creating EcoBalanza came to you ..read more
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European natural wood furniture and home accessories by TeakPeak
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by Katrin
1y ago
European natural wood furniture and home accessories by TeakPeak Katrin Krakovich interviews Diana and Roman Dušek Katrin Interview with Diana and Roman Dušek. Diana and Roman Dušek design and manufacture natural wood furniture and other home accessories, such as textiles made from purely natural materials or ceramics. Hi Diana and Roman, I am very grateful to interview you for our interior design magazine Being. Can you, please, introduce yourself?  Diana and Roman We are Diana and Roman Dušek. Together with the help of our families, we founded the TeakPeak store f ..read more
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Ceramics with ancestral techniques from Encrudo
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by Katrin
1y ago
Handmade ceramics with ancestral techniques from Encrudo Katrin Krakovich interviews Ana Paula Isaac Katrin Interview with the founder of Encrudo, handmade ceramic studio – Ana Paula Isaac. In Encrudo they do not use any toxic ingredients that harm the earth and they use all their materials locally. Their inspiration is to achieve meaningful pieces following old traditions of western Mexico. Hi Ana Paula, thank you for taking part in this project and giving an interview to Being Magazine. Can you please introduce yourself? Ana Paula My name is Ana Paula Isaac. I was bo ..read more
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Australian Innovative Furniture Design by Koskela
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by Katrin
1y ago
Australian Innovative Furniture Design by Koskela Katrin Krakovich interviews Sasha Titchkosky Katrin Interview with Sasha Titchkosky is the Co-founder of Koskela; one of Australia’s most innovative furniture and homewares design businesses. Sasha is the driver of Koskela’s social impact arm which focus on using Koskela’s design skills to create income-earning opportunities for Australia’s Indigenous communities. The Koskela store, located in Sub Base Platypus, a former submarine base in North Sydney on Cammeraygal land. Selling Koskela’s own furniture as well as a range of s ..read more
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Sustainable Textile For Interiors from Tramarte
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by Katrin
1y ago
Sustainable Textile For Interiors from Tramarte Katrin Krakovich interviews Ana Katrin Interview with Ana. Ana is founder and designer of the Mexican brand Tramarte. They create sustainable textile products for homes. Tramarte seeks to give a new approach to what it means to be “handmade”. At Tramarte, they take care of every part of the process, collaborating with artisans from Teotitlán del Valle, experts in the pedal loom. They create transcendent pieces, from cushions and tapestries, to rugs and table linens and always looking to innovate designs and materials, but at the sa ..read more
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Handmade Lamps by Mexican brand Taller Hormiga
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by Katrin
1y ago
Handmade Lamps by Mexican brand Taller Hormiga Katrin Krakovich interviews Magia Alejandre Katrin Interview with Magia Alejandre. Magia and her father Francisco Alejandre are founders of the Mexican brand Taller Homiga. They create very unique handmade lamps and baskets. Taller Hormiga is a 100% Mexican brand, inspired by Mexico and its culture. We can see the roots of this country reflected directly in their products since they are made from natural materials such as palm and mud. Taller Hormiga is an artisan brand and most of its products are handmade with the aim of creating ..read more
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