Today I present one of those original signatures that introduce new and interesting ideas in interior decoration and furniture design. The signature is called Adidea and born to give life to new objects with a different touch using new technologies For production such as laser cutting or engraving.
The creators of Adidea explain how in recent years we have witnessed a mass standardization in interior design such that sometimes we could have the sensation of seeing again and again the same furniture and accessories in different spaces and houses ... And reason they don't lack ... That is one of the reasons why they created this furniture collection in which all the pieces have something different.
The table Him (He and She) was created based on the handmade illustration and subsequently laser engraved and in it human traits can be recognized. The Exotic table, pictured above these lines, helps us disconnect from the environment with palm leaves and like many other furniture of this firm has customizable dimensions and graphics. For its part Geo was born from only a couple of lines drawn in a sketchbook and invites the observer to find what is really hidden within its geometric pattern.
To reinvent the design of the bar cabinet and adapt it to all types of spaces Adidea has conceived the AVE-C collection. Its name, AVE-C, is a mixture between the Spanish word "Ave", related to the engraved drawings made in collaboration with the Spanish visual artist Arancha del Fresno, and the word "Avec" which in French means "with", to underline the usefulness of this collection of modern design furniture on social occasions and in good company.
The collection includes pieces such as the Garza bar cabinet; Flamenco Bar Cabinet, which you can see in the first photo of this article; the Domes D'Air lamp, in the photo on these lines; the Aurea lamp and the Pangea table. A series of accessories and furniture versatile, fun and original that in many cases can also be customized.
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