Wood, plastic, glass, stone, textiles solid surface…The range of materials available to architecture and design professionals is so large... Today we're getting to know a few of the materials that are currently trending.
Vibrant floral patterns, voluminous textures, and vivid colour combinations reflect a multicultural philosophy, which is a consequence of globalisation. The exotic is back, and at Connections by Finsa we are focussing on how to translate this into your projects through the Explore trend.
We can see the 'maker' philosophy in Arrolo, the multi-position piece of furniture developed by Arrokabe Architects for La Conexión de Finsa. It was about facilitating short meetings, halfway between stopping for a coffee and an improvised meeting. And it's 'maker'
Unique projects require unique materials. We're taking a look at wood veneer, an essential material in the world of interior design for spaces that require a made-to-measure look to express their sophistication.
Are you interested in the use of technical wood as a construction system? Here at Connections by Finsa, we found one the few available websites for learning about and sharing the uses of this material in architecture.
Wood is the highlight material in these games, created to develop skills and abilities during the childhood. Ecological, durable and educational, without losing fun, there are infinite options beyond the clasic cubes. We’ll show you some of the most popular.
Modular houses are trendy. Together with the speed of construction and its lower cost, the commitment for an attractive design and the energy efficiency gave them the little push they needed to attract a younger audience concerned both about the aesthetics and the environment.
Geodesic houses break the idea of household not only at an aesthetic level, but also in its architectonical and environmental conception. Will we stop living in blocks of flats to bend our homes? The advantages point to yes.