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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Can you imagine this outside on your patio or deck? There really is nothing better on a cooler evening than cozying up to a nice warm fire or the ambiance of entertaining inside with a warm glow illuminating the room. What is better than all that you ask? Well, using one of these smokeless, ethanol based fires! These are great for the environment and are a renewable source of energy. The only emissions produced by this type of fire are heat, water vapor (steam), and low levels of carbon dioxide (CO2).
The tag Made In Italy has always been synonymous with quality design. This year was anything but the exception as the 50th anniversary of the Salon Internazionale del Mobile went all out in Milan, Italy. Including also the Biennial Euroluce lighting exhibition, the Rho fairgrounds was in the designer spotlight. Long regarded as one of the most influential cities in the world on industrial and modern design, and fashion, this luxurious city came alive with hundreds of installations outside of the fair and its millions of square feet of furniture and lighting displays. From the company showrooms around San Babila to the design district and parties in Zona Tortona and the new late night hotspot of Ventura Lambrate, there was a trove of treasures to take in.