Your bedroom is very likely the last thing you see before you close your eyes and drift off to dreamland every night. So besides the functional need for it to be a quiet space conducive to rest and relaxation, you should also love the way it looks!
As a space to entertain guests and relax, the living room should enjoy the best of both worlds – the edge that industrial-influenced looks can offer, plus the appeal of a welcoming space. Explore the laminates that can help create this fine balance!
This was one for the gram. Lamitak’s recent showcase at Bangkok Design Week 2020, held from 1-9 February, had visitors whipping out their phones to capture artistically-lit dreamlike installations of jagged stone cliffs, forest animals and circular rainbows, created with laminates.
From cheap and cheerful backpacker hostels, to no-frills budget accommodations, and upscale branded hotels, Chinatown has them all. Enter ST Signature, a new co-living space which upends traditional hospitality models.
Nature evolves and so does Lamitak, in its ability to continually surprise the industry with laminate designs that are fresh and original. We look at some standout patterns from the latest Portfolio.
Lamitak laminates are used in homes, offices, restaurants and other interiors everywhere, thanks to their immense decorative potential. Now they are stepping into the art world, with Lamitak’s participation in the Venice Art Biennale 2019, the prestigious international art exhibition which runs from May 11 to November 24 this year.
The industrial look has turned a corner, and no longer are full-blown rusted, decaying surfaces in trend.