Posts Tagged ‘design and interior’


Music Center

by yudaica2013 ·

After connecting you can put the lid – the wires neatly brought out. This solution is suitable, for example, to enable the base station radio telephone: lyuchek mounted in the floor next with a bedside table or under a table with the phone. It is also convenient to use the round hatches to enable bedside lamps, floor lamps, etc. Metal hatches Ecoplast LUK have a higher degree of protection from stress and moisture than plastic. Issued by the manufacturer in two colors and two mounting options: a half and two posts. Advisable to use them in the temporary inclusion of devices: vacuum cleaner, portable heaters, etc. To connect a large number of devices – at a table in his office, near the Music Center, home kinteatra etc. – Easy to use hatch Ecoplast LUK 6 posts.

After switching equipment can cover back into place, because provides for the withdrawal wires. Minikolonny. Speaking of connecting a computer, audio-video equipment can not fail to mention one more novel solution. Minikolonny, as well as the hatches are often used in offices to organize workplace connection away from the walls. You can arrange a beautiful and easy connection of a computer, printer, fax machine in the office, using minikolonnu, mounted under a desk or next to it. Modern design minikolonn also be appropriate near the home theater, etc.

Wiring Accessories A wide range of series from different manufacturers can solve any problem of an interior. In the wooden houses are often used Wiring in porcelain, wood, glass, aluminum, marble – the so-called 'natural material'. While it may be used and plastic, for example, already mentioned above a series of nostalgic '1930 '. Lighting Lighting in a wooden house, as in any other case, selected on the basis of specific tasks. Those who seek to make the interior as 'natural', we can recommend products such factories as Domus (Underlined by a simple shape wooden parts bearing elements perfectly in tune with the material lampshade having a basis in rice paper), Bellon (ceramic lampshades, 'kantri'-stylization). Also in the interior of a wooden house look good fabric lamps (eg, B-Lux, Orion), forged fittings fixtures (Robers). The use of vertical and horizontal bus systems will not only create an interesting and beautiful interior, but also to solve the main electrical problem: secure and reliable routing in a wooden structure. For example, intercommunication staircase lighting can be solved only supply power cabling to the ceiling of the upper floors. For lighting low and safe voltage down to the desired level of tire-strings. Planning for electricians is not easy. Especially for a wooden structure. Knowledge described in this article addresses some of the decisions technical difficulties associated with singularities of mounting a wooden house and gives possibility to realize more beautiful design ideas. When quoting, in whole or in part, an indication of the source.


Theatre Royal Drottningholm

by yudaica2013 ·

It was in ancient Rome, the interior first acquires the characteristics of the rough, an overwhelming monumentality, and the theater – the immortal attribute is play-acting: the curtain. System Forward-looking rocker scenery, close to the modern scene, was invented by J. Aleotti at the beginning of the XVII century in the era of fanciful Baroque style, and first used in the palace "Farnese Theatre in Parma. Scenery with shaped contour concealed from the viewer's space "behind the scenes, creating a sense of mysterious intrigue, and could not be better illustrated curvy shapes predominating style, overloaded with stucco, painting and gilding. Massive crystal chandeliers, body moldings with heavy patterns "antique", the gilded mirror baguette – a tribute to theatrical baroque to modern design.

Elements of the baroque theater exist in the modern furniture decor: heavy curls on the backs of sofas and armchairs, complex, but the dynamic forms of luxury suites, in velvet, with a large pattern upholstered furniture, heavy draperies nadzerkalnyh. Straight vertical Tight lines, as if staring into the sky characterize the interior style is baroque and theatrical scenery XVII – XVIII century. Thanks to the Baroque, the scene acquired features of the bulk of the space surrounding the actors with all sides, and with only one hand available spectator view. It looked like a room with a calculatedly ranked space in which no one piece of furniture was not "accidental." Movable sliding system Italian machinery at the time by which the stage moved furniture, heard thunder, pouring the water, preserved to our days at the Theatre Royal Drottningholm near Stockholm (Sweden, the architect, KF Adelkrants).