Allyson Pereyra

Born and raised in the concrete jungle of NYC, Allyson is passionate about languages—she speaks, reads and writes in five. She has a double degree in art history and communication and currently lives and works in the South of France.

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For the 10th edition of the Cristalplant Icons Design Contest, in collaboration with Falper, young designers and architects were invited to submit bathroom projects: a top-mounted, wall-hung and free-standing washbasin, a wall-hung and top-mounted handbasin and a bathtub. The winner was announced at the award ceremony...

After eight editions of Ventura Lambrate, Margriet Vollenberg, founder and curator of Ventura Projects, decided the spike in inaccessible prices no longer matched the project’s goal of being an affordable platform for young emerging designers. So we’re out of Lambrate and headed to Loreto! In its first edition,...

This year’s SaloneSatellite 2018 not only explored the theme of rising design in Africa and Latin America, it also invited its worldwide counterpart—which, since 2005, has been held in Moscow, Russia—to exhibit its award winners from 2017. The Moscow selections included first place winner Alexandra Fedotova for her...

Milan 2018—The Brera Design District reflected the design-tech trend seen elsewhere in the city and at the Salone del Mobile, while offering a historical teaser. Its name originates from the Medieval Italian word braida or brera, meaning a land expanse either cleared of trees or naturally lacking them. One of the...

Vayyar Imaging, a 3D imaging sensors company, has manufactured a device that transforms your smartphone into a radar/stud finder  to uncover gas pipes, live electrical wires, water pipes and rodents—a great tool for construction and renovation. Winner of  more than ten “Best Tech” awards, the Walabot DIY detects and...

The use of recycled and organic materials in design remains prevalent since our coverage in “Leaving a Light Footprint on the Planet”. From ground coffee to ocean plastic, the range of eco-friendly materials in design continues to expand. Young designers often have the drive to explore and experiment, and this is no...

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Cevisama 2018 took place Feb. 5-9 in Valencia, Spain. The fair displayed innovative and elegant designs in ceramic tiles and bathroom furnishings, notably in regard to washbasins.  As for the ceramic tiles, Keraben Group’s Metropol Ceramica showcased its Inspired tile collection as well as its Casa Infinita Touch...

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British lighting brand Tala makes an artform out of electricity with its Voronoi III, thought to be the world’s largest sculptural bulb, measuring 40 cm by 25 cm. According to the company’s research, there’s no other sculptural bulb of its size out there. “We’ve already had a pretty busy start to the year,” Tala...

As an addition to our top picks of Uruguayan designers, ArchiExpo e-Magazine talked to Jessie Young and Emiliana Gonzalez, founders/creative directors of Estudio Persona to find out what they’ve been up to since then. “We are currently working on the new collection to debut in May in ICFF,” shared Young and Gonzalez....

Utopia and Utility is developing a new range of Stacking Vessels for Spring 2018, using cut-glass for the first time. The Finnish company is extremely active in mixed media creations including glass, ceramic, wood, processed paper and cork. Utopia and Utility handcrafts its deco, lighting and furniture pieces that...

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