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iN-Trend February 2023: Nature-Inspired Designs Take the Spotlight

by creativehomex

Image credit: SÓL Estate

Here’s what’s hot and what’s new within the interior design world and beyond. Step into a world of inspiration and innovations to take your life and space to the next level.

Fuku Studio Redefines Home Aesthetics With the Kayu Collection
A local brand steeped in old tradition and modern technology, Fuku Studio expands its repertoire with the Kayu Collection, which features a blend of the iconic Gustav Stickley’s protomodern design with an Asian culture twist, with influences from Japan’s wood design element, along with the traditional Malaysian kampung home stairs railing. Consisting of modular sofas of different sizes, “L” size combinations, ottomans, as well as armchairs, the collection offers a vast number of arrangements of the sofa to choose from. The actual ‘kayu’ part of the Kayu Collection is made with local Semangkok timber, ethically sourced from a sustainably managed forest in Malaysia.

Home Entertainment is Made Even Better with ViewSonic’s Incredible Smart Laser Projector
The X2000B-4K is ViewSonic’s first ultra short throw smart laser projector. Combining true 4K UHD resolution, HDR/HLG support, 100% Rec.709 cinematic colours, and custom-built Harman Kardon speakers with Dolby/DTS soundtrack support, the X2000B-4K delivers an audiovisual feast right out of the box. Capable of projecting a 100” image from just 23cm away, the 0.22 ultra short throw ratio offers an immersive experience along with 4 corner and warping adjustment capabilities to turn virtually any surface into a cinema, live concert, or a wonderland beyond your imagination. Built with 2nd generation laser phosphor technology, the X2000B-4K is geared for instant entertainment and ready to accompany you for 20,000 hours of quality visuals. Smart capabilities such as built-in WiFi for wireless content sharing from your mobile devices and Bluetooth for flexible audio options make content streaming easier than it has ever been before.

This Mini Massage Gun is Designed to Help You Relieve Stress and Sore Muscles
The Hydragun Atom Mini Massage Gun, is a gun that sets the bar for mini massage guns by packing exceptional power and industry-leading battery life in the smallest possible footprint. Designed to help with post-workout muscle soreness, muscle and joint stiffness, and chronic aches and pains, the Atom is small enough to take with you to the gym or on a plane and back, and also looks pretty good sitting on a desk. This nifty tool offers a perfect balance of form and function, featuring an aerospace-grade aluminium body, a self-standing design, and USB-C charging. Designed to be the perfect desktop companion, the Atom is self-standing and smaller than a coke can, with a compact footprint of just (4.5cm). It’s also ideal for travel at just (550g).

The SÓL Estate in Kuching Presents a Series of Sustainable Bespoke Homes
Upcoming development SÓL Estate by Australian developer EXAL, is situated on Arang Road West, Kuching, Sarawak. The RM365 million residential project covers a 31-acre (28.5ha) area and boasts meticulously crafted solar-orientated structures with a beautifully functional design. Prioritising sustainable, multi-generational living, through SÓL Estate, EXAL seeks to harness the unexplored potential of Sarawak’s property market. Built to optimise the equatorial light and temperature, each unit features skylights and voids to flood the house with natural lighting and plenty of ventilation. The development currently features 269 bespoke homes across three phases, with 70% of the phase one properties sold, while the rollout for phase two is slated for Q4 2023.

LG Showcases Portfolio of Advanced Home Appliances With “Life on The Up” At KBIS 2023
LG Electronics (LG) presented its state-of-the-art kitchen and living appliance lineups at the 2023 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), which took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, from January 31 to February 2. Under the theme of ‘Life on the UP,’ LG’s exhibit showcased the modern design and advanced technology of the company’s latest appliances while highlighting the personalised convenience they provide through the addition of ThinQ UP and ThinQ Care features – now available on LG’s premium built-in lineups for the very first time. Featuring eight unique zones, LG’s booth explored diverse consumer lifestyles and aesthetics with each zone representing a different, well-known American city, location or landmark, and each displaying a selection of new, cutting-edge LG appliances.

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