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Posts tagged as 'Claesson Koivisto Rune'

Mon 31.1.

Claesson Koivisto Rune for Cinova (IT)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 31.01.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Temple' bed by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Cinova

The Swedish architects trio Claesson Koivisto Rune realised this modern version of the classical four poster bed for the Italian manufacturer Cinova. ‘Temple’ is based on a demountable structure constisting of honeycomb panels with veneer in ash polished natural wood, or dyed in colors wengè or white with open pore.

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'Drevviken House' by Claesson Koivisto Rune Architects, photo by Louise Billgert

The Swedish architects and designers Claesson Koivisto Rune recently completed their newest architectural project, a single family home, situated on a beautiful lake near Stockholm. The ostensibly simple construction is characterised by – according to the sloped lot – slightly curved foundation and roof lines.

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'Sierra' by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Dune

The US manufacturer Dune presented this new slightly modernist-looking series of cabinets created by the Stockholm based design trio Claesson Koivisto Rune at this year’s ICFF in New York. ‘Sierra’ exists as a sideboard and highboard and is made from MDF with a reconstituted wood veneer. The filigree base is stainless steel with a pale gold tint.

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'Fly' chair by Patrick Norguet for Offecct

'Fly' chair by Patrick Norguet for Offecct

Swedish design manufacturer Offecct has launched four new furniture pieces at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair. ‘It’s not really a complicated design,’ maintains French designer Patrick Norguet of his new ‘Fly’ chair, in spite of the fact that he worked on the project for four years before his collaboration with the design team at Offecct identified the right technology to produce the chair. Compared by Norguet to the type of helmet worn by Japanese samurai, ‘Fly’ requires relatively little energy for the production of its fabric, which has an obvious benefit in terms of sustainability.

'Snowflakes' tables by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Offecct

'Snowflakes' tables by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Offecct

Swedish architectural trio Claesson Koivisto Rune have created a table called ‘Snowflakes’, which lays claim to being the first industrially produced piece of furniture in series where each individual piece is different from the next. Made from Corian, with the aid of advanced computer software, the table attempts to achieve the same variation found in real snowflakes. The table tops are cut by a milling machine, which is controlled by a piece of software that alters the milling program each time within certain parameters. The result: sameness with difference.

'Origami' armchair by Carlos Tiscar for Offecct

'Origami' armchair by Carlos Tiscar for Offecct

The name of Carlos Tiscar’s new wingback for Offecct pretty much says it all in terms of the inspiration for the piece – ‘Origami’. The chair combines the visually pleasing angularity that one finds in Japanese paper-folding with a softness provided by its generous upholstery. Of his design, the Spanish designer says, ‘A person can sit comfortably in this chair for a long time. To me, good design is environmentally sound because these objects and furniture tend to have a longer lifespan.’

to the Offecct collections on Architonic

No.5 House by Claesson Koivisto Rune

No.5 House by Claesson Koivisto Rune

The Swedish architects designed this house for a graphic designer and his family. The starting pint for this modest-looking bungalow was a geometric volume where the inside was as important as the outside. If you wish – an inverted volume. A box with a series of openings, or a space with a series of closures.

No.5 House by Claesson Koivisto Rune

No.5 House by Claesson Koivisto Rune

Here is what the architects explain:

A grid was established that was based on standardised dimensions for building materials. The grid was then superimposed on the box. From this grid was created the basic room structure. Each room then had one of it’s four sides completely glazed. The result contained three bedrooms and one larger living/dining space with kitchen.

Kitchen and living room

Kitchen and living room

The bedrooms are basically open towards one cardinal point each, leaving one opening in each façade. So even though the bedrooms are small the surrounding landscape is always a part of the space, making the sense vast rather than small. The bathroom, which has no wall opening, has a roof window instead. There is a glazed doorway from the living area to a partially walled terrace, creating an outdoor room that is open to the sky at one end and open to the view at the other.

Open roof light

Open roof light

Openings and closures

Openings and closures

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Thu 28.5.

New carpets by Paola Lenti

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 28.05.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'Shang' by CRS Paola Lenti

'Shang' by CRS Paola Lenti

The Italian manufacturer Paola Lenti, which is famous for its sophisticated flooring and fabrics, presented a new collection of carpets this year in Milan. ‘Shang’ is a rug for interior and exterior environments. This exquisite rug is hand made with a two-colour Rope braid, a Paola Lenti signature material.

'Kaleidoscope' by Claesson Koivisto Rune

'Kaleidoscope' by Claesson Koivisto Rune

The Swedish designer trio Claesson Koivisto Rune created ‘Kaleidoscope’ – this rug consists of the repetition of one base module. With over 50 colours available, it is possible to create either floral or geometric patterns with a three-dimensional perspective.

'Loom' by Axel Russmeyer

'Loom' by Axel Russmeyer

‘Loom’ by the German designer Axel Russmeyer is a rug for interior and exterior environments.

Axel Russmeyer, well known for his exclusive and unique jewellery, enters the interior design world with this rug, a result of his technical knowledge and sense of proportion.
Flat braids in Paola Lenti’s signature Rope yarn are interwoven entirely by hand on silicone rings to create this precious contemporary object.
A three dimensional structure is created by using materials with different thickness and volume, giving it extraordinary strength while being as transparent as lace.

more Paola Lenti products @ Architonic

'Teatime' by Claesson Koivisto Rune

'Teatime' by Claesson Koivisto Rune

Some people call it the embodiment of 1950s smugness but as a matter of fact the tea trolley is back. At this year´s Stockholm fair the Swedish manufacturer Swedese presented a modern, very elegant version of this rather old fashioned furniture, designed by the Swedish designer-trio Claesson Koivisto Rune.

The frame is made in ash wood with white lazur finish, black lazur finish or clear natural lacquer. The top tray can easily be detached from the trolley.

'Teatime' by Claesson Koivisto Rune

'Teatime' by Claesson Koivisto Rune

more Swedese products @ Architonic

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