Monthly Archives: September 2008

Mist Restaurant by GUBI

GUBI, a Copenhagen, Denmark based furniture and lighting design and manufacturing company, furnished the Mist restaurant at the New Delhi Park Hotel in India. The chairs are upholstered with Cortina leather in bultec blue, which was specially produced for the job.

Visit the GUBI website – here.

Mist Restaurant New Delhi

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The Cero Stool by Brian Steendÿk

Australian designer Brian Steendÿk created the Cero Stool for Omvivo. The stools are roto moulded polyethylene and are UV stabalised with a glossy gel-coated finish.

Brian Steendÿk says:

The streamlined styling of Cero references our busy ‘jet age’ lifestyles and stylistically the cowling of a jet engine. The external form of the Cero is a distinct circular donut with its associated void, and is both aesthetically pleasing and structurally innovative. The unique nibble in the top of the chair has been ergonomically designed to encourage good posture by tilting the pelvis forward to help transfer the weight of the head and torso to the bones of the pelvis and hip.

Visit the Omvivo website – here.  Visit Brian Steendÿk’s website – here.

Cero Stool

Interior Inspiration from VLS Interior Architecture

We’ve been seeing more and more design firms from the Baltic countries stepping up their design work, and today we’re featuring an assortment of projects from the Tallin, Estonia based VLS Interior Architecture.

Visit the website of VLS Interior Architecture – here.

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Contemporary Bed Designs by RUF|Betten

German bedroom furniture manufacturer RUF|Betten is producing a growing collection
of contemporary beds from designers such as Stefan Heiliger, Schnabel & Schneider, Petra Panreck, and Brigitte Lichtner.

Visit the RUF|Betten website – here.

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Basque Health HQ by Coll-Barreu Architects has a photo filled post about the new headquarters of the Basque Health Department in Bilbao, Spain that was designed by Coll-Barreu Architects.

See the post – here.

Samujana Villas by Gfab Architects

Samujana is a residential development designed by Gfab Architects on the island of
Koh Samui in Thailand.

From the architects:

Samujana is located in the north east of the resort island of Koh Samui. Gfab are designing 26 villas. The first villas were completed in 2005. Each villa averages 450sqm living space with private swimming pools. The accommodation offered is typically 4 bedroom/suites with en suite bathrooms, a study which converts to a 5th bedroom, naturally ventilated living & dining rooms and air conditioned rooms for audio/visual activities.

Visit the Gfab Architects website – here.

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