Technology Salone del Mobile, Day 3: Gaetano Pesces Up5_6 from Cork, Diors Newest Coup - and much more
Trump Denies Conversation With General Milley About Coup, 'Never Even Gave A Thought'
"There was no talk of a coupit all never happened, and it's just a waste of words by fake writers and a General who didn't have a clue," Trump said."Despite the fact that the 2020 Presidential Election was Rigged and Stolen, and while numerous people, including the outside public, were saying we should bring in the Military, I never even gave it a thought," Trump wrote in a Friday statement.
Salone del Mobile 2021
on the third day of Salone del Mobile Stand Shop Oppositions, Product premiering High names and exhibition visits on the agenda of the ad editor: inside. We also visited the most charming fabric and wallpaper showroom in the world. Another day we started in the cobbled streets of the city and ended with enthusiasm.
You missed the last days? No problem, here is about& Salone del Mobile: These are the latest discoveries from Milan and of our trade fair blog.
The debut of B & B Italia's "UP5_6" from recycled material
where a new design introduce, if not on a design fair? On the Fuorisalone the iconic chair "UP5_6" was presented by Gaetano Pesce from 1969 in a completely new material: Cork, more precisely: Italian bottle corks. The chair is one of the many premieres to be seen at D Studio Milano, the just opened showroom in Via Durini, which leads the brands B & B Italia, Maxalto, Azucena, ArcLinea, Flos and Louis Poulsen.
Cyprus showcases ancient undersea harbor to draw tourists
AMATHUS, Cyprus (AP) — It’s said that Demetrius the Besieger, a mighty warrior king and one of Alexander the Great’s successors, built this harbor on Cyprus’ southern coast 2,400 years ago to thwart a potential naval invasion from the ruler of Egypt, Ptolemy I, another of Alexander’s heirs. French archaeologists who initially studied the ancient harbor of Amathus believe it to be an incomplete military fortification work, the three piers of which would have accommodated the best of the ancient world’s naval ships, ready to repel an attacking force.
Dior opens the exhibition of the "Medallion Chair"
Christian Dior chose the "Medallion Chair" in the style of Ludwig XVI. as a seating opportunity for the guests of his fashion shows. He is "simply, simple and especially classic and parisian," he wrote in his memoirs. This season, Dior Maison worked with 17 artists to reinterpret the characteristic chair of the House& . Among other things, quantities such as Dimore Studio, Pierre Yovanavich or India Mahdavi designed a version of the classic seating furniture.
Lisa Corti and Laboratorio Paravicini present the collection "Veranda"
in the new "veranda" collection, cooperation between the textile designer Lisa Corti and the ceramic manufacturer Laboratorio Paravicini, is the essence of Italian hospitality Noticeable. Here, the new tableware is placed on picturesque table linen, for the eye-catching, colorful ICATs form the base for camellias, gardenias and peach blossoms.
Is the FBI telling us the truth about the Jan. 6 coup attempt? Because it doesn't feel that way
Reports from FBI and DHS suggest a dangerous rift in law enforcement over the Jan. 6 coup plot. We need the truth Person waving "Trump 2020" flag at the January 6th, 2021 riot at the US Capitol Photo illustration by Salon/Getty Images/Alex Edelman
Arjumand's World shows new gold-plated and painted wall coverings
Arjumand's World is probably one of the world's most charming fabric and wallpaper showrooms and always a visit value. The showroom is located in the narrow, cobblestone paved via Santa Marta and is adorned on the occasion of the Milan Design Week with a complex arrangement of fabrics and palm leaves over the door. The collection "Gold" is shown here in atmospheric candlelight to set the delicate shimmer of the gilded and painted wall coverings.
inspired by the water: The "AQVA" exhibition of Artemest
The Italian Onlineshop Artemest commissioned designers to design an object for the salons. Under the artistic direction of the Milan Architectural Office Ciarmoli Queda Studio, every artist had the task of working with water in his design. From the "Feng" room divider of Gebrüder Thonet Vienna to the "Cloud N.1" light from Biancodichina, it becomes clear here, how much the element can be water.
EXPLAINER: Why is history repeating itself in Guinea's coup?
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Many hoped that Guinea's landmark 2010 election would finally bring the West African country a democratic leader after decades of corrupt dictatorship. Instead President Alpha Conde decided to stick around for a third term, modifying the constitution so that the term limits no longer applied to him. His plan to extend his rule prompted violent street protests in the capital, Conakry, last year — and ultimately sealed Conde's fate as vulnerable to a military coup.
La Doublej opens in Milan's first flagship store
The Italian design size JJ Martin opened her first flagship store in a Milan's 19th century building in Via Sant Andrea. In the shop designed by Paolo Badesco, the swing clothes characteristic of La Doublej are offered in a pattern explosion of silk, velvet and Crepe de Chine and the home collection of the label. You should not miss the "Sacred Grotto" on the ground floor: Here, the Romanian artist AITCH turned a studio into a jungle with my fabulous.&
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West Africans leaders to discuss Guinea's fate post-coup .
ACCRA, Ghana (AP) — Guinea's coup leaders have set a number of conditions for releasing the deposed president, the foreign minister of Ghana said, ahead of a meeting Thursday where West African leaders are likely to consider sanctions. The regional bloc known as ECOWAS already has said it will impose penalties on the junta in Guinea unless it immediately releases deposed President Alpha Conde. He has been held at an undisclosed location since being detained during the Sept. 5 coup in Conakry.