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'Higher Desk' by Flip Sellin for Coordination Berlin, photo: diephotodesigner.de | H.-J. Roscher

‘Higher Desk’ by Flip Sellin for Coordination Berlin, photo: diephotodesigner.de | H.-J. Roscher

Flip Sellin’s ‘Higher Desk’ is a minimalist elevated working desk for reading, making notes or working on a laptop computer. “To change between sitting and standing during work flow is widely recommended.” says maker Coordination Berlin.

 

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Gallery with sliding door to changing room, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Gallery with sliding door to changing room, photo by diephotodesigner.de

The Berlin based architecture and design practice coordination realised this secret VIP showroom for Nike in central London. With a lot of passion for details Flip Sellin and his team created an exclusive and frisky exhibition space.

Pull-out wardrobes, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Pull-out wardrobes, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Second Floor - Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Second Floor - Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Dynamic seizure on bordering area towards Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Dynamic seizure on bordering area towards Library, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Entrance with textile panelling and reclaimed floor boards, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Entrance with textile panelling and reclaimed floor boards, photo by diephotodesigner.de

Job: Concept, Design, Planning and Execution

Extent: 450 sqm on four levels

Timing: 2008

Design team: Flip Sellin, Tilman Thürmer, Natalie Ziesemer, David Musrie, Dave Bynoe, Martina Zeyen. Marius Bell, Mendel Heit

Embroidery: Louise Riley

Artwork: Jacques et Brigitte

Location: London, UK

Client: Nike Brand Design

Fitting: Ganter Interior

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Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

The Berlin based architecture and design practice coordination berlin realised the Monopol Lounge including all applied furniture for the Art Forum Berlin in 2007.

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

“The Monopol Lounge was located on a gallery of 140 sqm in area in exhibition hall 18, constructed in the early thirties. The Lounge overlooked the goings in the over 100 galleries of contemporary art below. In cooperation with the Monopol Magazine and the Hotel Brandenburger Hof, Coordination designed and planned the complete public appearance and coordinated the implementation thereof.”

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

“Our claim to the design was to develop a unique formal language for this project, which would feature a consistent quality and recognition factor in its entirety as well as in detail: Like with the stool, we have deliberately attempted throughout the whole environment to unite worlds which seem not combinable at first. The visual and atmospheric bracket is formed by a 22m back-lit curtain wall with a new edition of Berlin artist Jonathan Meese, which surrounds the space and grants the visitor a welcome break from the fair’s hustle and bustle.

On the tables, one finds tableware and table accessories by KPM which were assorted specifically for the Lounge.”

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Monopol Lounge by coordination berlin, photo by Tilman Thürmer

Design team: Tilman Thürmer, Flip Sellin, Katrin Weiß

Client: Juno Kunstverlag

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