Minimal chic by matteograssi

Minimum without maximum does not exist, this is the key to interpret the current of thought Minimal. The Minimal or minimal style was born from the desire for clean, simple and essential lines, it came from the desire to clean up the design of the 80s loaded with  excesses in every sense. Minimal chic is a combination of linearity and elegance matteograssi made of this style its philosophy that turns out to be elegant with its simplicity and sobriety. The minimal style, with rigorous design but comfortable in the construction, with high quality materials, sophisticated and never showy, well represents the company’s identity. You can choose to wake up in the morning in a large bed of soft leather as the Twice designed by Franco Poli, with precise stretch and the canopy in cut coach hide. In the living room there is place for the sofa Phan by Piero Lissoni, with its simple and essential lines, warm and soft leather and feather cushions, transmitting an absolute comfort sense. In front of the sofas the Dalì low tables have a top in curved multilayer sheet covered with coach hide. They are basic, very low, extremely linear. They were designed by Matteo Nunziati. All this is elegantce in its simplicity! The Aretè low tables, designed by Franco Poli,  have coach hide top with irregular shapes in size and design contrasting with the base in polished chrome steel stem. You can use them individually nex to an armchair, or in a group and combined. So different from each other even in the height, the view becomes a pleasant play of forms and levels. Another beautiful and swanky object, extremely minimalist, is XT dining table. Stefano Grassi realized ​​this table with structure made of tubular steel with burnished finish. With its extremely clean and sinuous stretch, the beautiful Nashira chaise longue designed by Stefano Grassi represent the maximum comfort. It can be upholstered both in leather and coach hide while the base is in chromed or painted steel. Visually striking for its perfect silhouette, relaxation is assured. An object that becomes the focal point of the living room. Those who love Minimal, can’t but appreciate matteograssi. Follow matteograssi: www | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Linkedin sonicsonic Minimal chic by matteograssi Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

IL FESTIVAL DI SCIRARINDI III° edizione

IL FESTIVAL DI SCIRARINDI III° edizione IL FESTIVAL DI SCIRARINDI III° edizione Sabato 30 Novembre e Domenica 1 Dicembre 2013 a Cagliari, i Padiglioni A, G ed I e il Palazzo dei Congressi della Fiera internazionale della Sardegna, ospiteranno la terza edizione del Festival di Scirarindi, la grande manifestazione dedicata al Benessere, al Buon Vivere e alla Sostenibilità in Sardegna. Due giornate animatissime che racchiuderanno … via Scirarindi – Il Portale della Sardegna naturale.: | IL FESTIVAL DI SCIRARINDI III° edizione Sabato 30 Novembre e Domenica 1 Dicembre 2013 a Cagliari, i Padiglioni A, G ed I e il Palazzo dei Congressi della Fiera internazionale della Sardegna, ospiteranno la terza edizione del Festival di Scirarindi, la grande manifestazione dedicata al Benessere, al Buon Vivere e alla Sostenibilità in Sardegna. Due giornate animatissime che racchiuderanno momenti di informazione, formazione, approfondimento, gioco, apprendimento, animazione, condivisione … sia per grandi che per bambini. Sarà un vero e proprio viaggio di scoperta e di celebrazione della Sardegna naturale, che vedrà protagoniste l’Eco-cultura, le Medicine Olistiche, le Discipline del Benessere e Bio-Naturali, il Turismo consapevole, l’Economia Etica, la Bioedilizia, l’Alimentazione Bio, la Sostenibilità e i nuovi Stili di Vita. Idee, Prodotti, Servizi e Saperi che rendono la vita quotidiana più armonica, sostenibile ed equa, un’occasione importante per acquisire consapevolezza mescolando utile, socialità e divertimento. Vi aspettiamo! L’Evento Le Sezioni Tematiche Il Programma Gli Espositori I Visitatori leggi tutto Prosegui la lettura su: IL FESTIVAL DI SCIRARINDI III° edizione Scirarindi – Il Portale della Sardegna naturale. IL FESTIVAL DI SCIRARINDI III° edizione L’articolo IL FESTIVAL DI SCIRARINDI III° edizione sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Diesel accessori Erotica: il party a Tokyo per il lancio della campagna pubblicitaria

La nuova sexy campagna di accessori Diesel, scattata da Inez e Vinoodh, è stata lanciata presso lo spazio d’arte e studio Tabloid di Tokyo. Tutte le foto del party evento sono su Style & Fashion 2.0Continua a leggere Diesel accessori Erotica: il party a Tokyo per il lancio della campagna pubblicitaria…Commenta » L’articolo Diesel accessori Erotica: il party a Tokyo per il lancio della campagna pubblicitaria sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Danni da vaccino: appello al governo

Danni da vaccino: appello al governo Danni da vaccino: appello al governo Possibilità di chiedere gli indennizzi senza essere vincolati a termini di legge; reintegrazione e riconoscimento di indennizzo e vitalizio per chi, pur disabile dopo vaccinazione, ha presentato domanda oltre gli attuali termini previsti. Sono queste le richieste che il Condav ha avanzato al governo. via Terra Nuova – Salute e medicina naturale: | Danni da vaccino: appello al governo Possibilità di chiedere gli indennizzi senza essere vincolati a termini di legge; reintegrazione e riconoscimento di indennizzo e vitalizio per chi, pur disabile dopo vaccinazione, ha presentato domanda oltre gli attuali termini previsti. Sono queste le richieste che il Condav ha avanzato al governo. Prosegui la lettura su: Danni da vaccino: appello al governo Terra Nuova – Salute e medicina naturale Danni da vaccino: appello al governo L’articolo Danni da vaccino: appello al governo sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

The Tradition Continues

The Tradition Continues The Tradition Continues The Tradition Continues Thanks to everyone who came out for our annual Halloween party Wednesday! There were some impressive costumes this year – between a wrecking ball, a burrito and Sutro Tower, it was a serious close call on who should win our glorious skull prizes. Congratulations to those who came out on top: Best: Sock MonkeysFunniest: MinionsScariest: MedusaCraftiest: Family TreeBest Group: Mariachi Band We took a LOT of pictures and have captured the best of the best here. In case you missed out, there’s always next year! Posted: November 1, 2013 at 2:59 pm in Expressions, Meaning, User Experience | Permalink | Comments (0) | Trackback Leave a Reply via LUNAR > creativity that makes a difference industrial design, product design, engineering design, graphic design, interaction design » User Experience: | Thanks to everyone who came out for our annual Halloween party Wednesday! There were some impressive costumes this year – between a wrecking ball, a burrito and Sutro Tower, it was a serious close call on who should win our glorious skull prizes. Congratulations to those who came out on top: Best: Sock Monkeys Funniest: Minions Scariest: Medusa Craftiest: Family Tree Best Group: Mariachi Band We took a LOT of pictures and have captured the best of the best here. In case you missed out, there’s always next year! For more info: The Tradition Continues LUNAR > creativity that makes a difference industrial design, product design, engineering design, graphic design, interaction design » User Experience The Tradition Continues Design42Day The Tradition Continues Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Chickens to benefit from biofuels bonanza

Chickens to benefit from biofuels bonanza Chickens could be the unexpected beneficiaries of the growing biofuels industry, feeding on proteins retrieved from the fermenters used to brew bioethanol, thanks to new research. via ScienceDaily: Agriculture and Food News: Oct. 31, 2013 — Chickens could be the unexpected beneficiaries of the growing biofuels industry, feeding on proteins retrieved from the fermenters used to brew bioethanol, thanks to research supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).It has long been known that the yeasty broth left over after bioethanol production is nutritious, but it has taken a collaboration between Nottingham Trent University and AB Agri, the agricultural division of Associated British Foods, to prove that Yeast Protein Concentrate (YPC) can be separated from the fibrous cereal matter.The researchers have also shown that YPC may be a cost-competitive substitute for imported soya-based and similar high-value protein feeds currently used in the diets of chickens bred for meat production.The project was born out of the vision of biofuels pioneer Dr Pete Williams of AB Agri, who was convinced valuable material was being overlooked when cereals were fermented to make bioethanol.With Dr Emily Burton of Nottingham Trent University, he was able to secure funding from the EPSRC for a CASE* studentship that allowed them to develop and analyse the process.To establish the nutritional value of the concentrate, EPSRC CASE student Dawn Scholey examined the composition of the newly isolated, patented YPC in a series of experiments, which showed that it can be readily digested by chickens. A paper outlining this research is published in this month’s issue of the journal Food and Energy Security.Project supervisor, Dr Burton says the work is only just beginning: “Bioethanol is already a 60-billion-litre per year global market but this project shows the fuel itself is only half the story — immense value lies within other co-product streams too. As well as the proteins, the yeast content provides important vitamins and other micronutrients.”Produced by distilling and fermenting wheat and other agricultural feedstocks, bioethanol has particular potential for use as a petrol substitute. Currently, the dried distiller’s grains with solubles (DDGS) generated as a co-product are sold to the cattle-feed market but this is not big enough to absorb all material that would be generated if bioethanol production ramps up significantly in future.Dr Burton believes the project helps address an issue often raised in connection with cereal-based biofuels: “One concern with bioethanol is the perception it will compete with food crops for limited farmland. Our new work shows how the two can live side by side.”The new, patented process separates DDGS into three fractions — fibre, a watery syrup and YPC, allowing global production of almost 3 million tonnes of supplementary high-quality protein per annum alongside current levels of bioethanol produced. A project at a US bioethanol facility is now up and running, demonstrating the performance of the process at factory scale.Every year, 800 million chickens are reared for meat production in the UK and 48 billion worldwide. As well as helping to feed these birds, YPC could partially replace the fish meal used on commercial fish farms.Dr Pete Williams of AB Agri, the industrial sponsor of the work, says: “We couldn’t have got this development started without the EPSRC CASE studentship that allowed us to establish the proof of concept, and to confirm the value-creation potential of our innovative separation process. By helping us to move to the next key stage of development, it has brought closer the prospect of full-scale industrial use that could deliver major benefits to the emerging ‘green’ fuel sector.”*CASE (Cooperation Awards in Science and Engineering) funding is provided by EPSRC for PhD students working with businesses on research projects of industrial relevance. For more info: Chickens to benefit from biofuels bonanza ScienceDaily: Agriculture and Food News Chickens to benefit from biofuels bonanza L’articolo Chickens to benefit from biofuels bonanza sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.