Lamitak is proud to continue its partnership with the Lookbox Design Awards, also known by its snappy acronym LBDA, presented by design media company Indesign Media Asia Pacific. The LBDA celebrates the best in Singapore interior design, and after last year’s well-received inaugural edition, the awards look set to get bigger and better in 2018.
Ever looked up into the inky black sky wondering what lies beyond our blue planet? Man’s curiosity about outer space, the afterlife, and our existence in the world have inspired the colour palette forecast of 2018/ 2019 by the foremost authority on colour, the Pantone Color Institute. The seven colours of this trend, which include blacker blacks, oil-slick purples and infinitely deep indigos, have been inspired by mineral shades shaped by unknown forces, and alien forms and surfaces, they say. The hues suggest an unnatural otherworldly provenance that dovetails with the belief that in the future, living on another planet could be an actual possibility.
Three-d conceptwerke is an interior design firm known for their innovative out-of-the-box design approach to interiors. Always striving to be one step ahead of the pack, they have used laminates extensively in their projects to help achieve progressive looks for their clients. We showcase their latest projects using Lamitak laminates and quizzed a member of their design team on their modus operandi when it comes to the use of laminates.
A sheet of laminate which typically measures 4ft by 8ft (120cm by 240cm) is great for creating a striking design feature on a wall in your home. You’ll be able to fully appreciate the beauty, of say, a large-format wood-inspired design that runs across the full laminate sheet if it is used in its entirety. However there is more than one way to apply laminates! As they come in thin sheets of just 0.7mm to 1mm-thick, they can be easily cut into different shapes and applied in the same way as the full sheet. Doing this opens up many more exciting decorative possibilities for laminates! For a start, consider these five eye-catching ways to use wood-inspired laminates.
You had decided to go with a wood-look laminate for your large feature wall to bring warm cosy vibes to your living room – and so you looked through some laminate catalogues and chose the design you want. When it was finally installed, you got the shock of your life – it was nothing like what you imagined. What you thought was a subtle woodgrain pattern turned out to be more dramatic. This situation is probably more common than you think, and usually it has nothing to do with the quality of the laminate itself. Rather, it is the selection process that needs to be relooked.
If you’re renovating your home, chances are, at some point you’ll need to choose laminate designs for your interiors. High-pressure laminates, or just laminates, are decorative claddings that bring colour and texture to your surfaces. Instead of basing your decisions on tiny (and inadequate) laminate samples you see in most catalogues, drop by Lamitak Studio, a new 1,620sqft city-centre showroom by Lamitak, for a laminate ‘shopping’ experience with a difference. Here are five reasons why it’s a must-visit for renovating homeowners.