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on trend 016 Perfectly Imperfect [1] 1. A close-up of the entry wall at uma, a women's clothing store in the Vila Madalena area of São Paulo, draws eyes with a beautifully unrefined bricks-andmortar approach. 2. Resembling stone pillars from an ancient cave or an undiscovered garden from the ocean floor, Hoodoo Stacks from Opiary are one-of-a-kind, hand-built planters made using weather-resistant cement. 3. [3] [2] The Shibori Collection of wallcoverings and upholstery is inspired by the Ancient Japanese tie-dyeing technique of the same name. Shibori Stripe Wall is shown here in Fireworks, one of three colorways. [4] 4. Terreria, designed by Archea Associati for Moroso, consists of four different modular clay block elements that can be individually stacked to create unique configurations up to 78 3⁄4 in. high and as wide as needed. 5. Sourced from photos shot around Los Angeles, astek inc.'s Surface collection is a study in textural urban structures. Shown here is Hyperion in Anchor. [5] NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2015 DESIGNRETAILONLINE.COM http://www.DESIGNRETAILONLINE.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of design:retail - November/December 2015

design:retail - November/December 2015
Editor’s Note
Show Talk
On Trend
We Love This!
Designer Picks
Clicks & Mortar
How’d They Do That?
Have You Heard?
Shopper Insights
Shopping with Paco
New York Retail
Buyers’ Guide
Company Listing
Product Category Index
Product Category Listing

design:retail - November/December 2015