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Design Post showroom during Orgatec 2012

Join us on our photographic journey through the Design Post Köln showroom, captured by Architonic during this year’s edition of the Orgatec fair. Featuring more than hundred images from some of the leading design brands such as; Acoustic pearls, Andreu World, Aqua Creations, Arco, Arper, Bolon Ab, Bulo, Carpet Sign, Danskina, Extremis, Gelderland, Kasthall, Kvadrat, Lammhults, Lema, Licht Im Raum, Linteloo, Magis, MID, Montana, Montis, Moooi, Moroso, Navigram, Nimbus, Nya Nordiska, Pastoe, Prandina, Proof, Spectrum, trizo21 and Van Besouw, we focused not only on the products, but also on their setting and context. Enjoy!

 

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Nya Nordiska extension by Volker Staab Architekten, photo by Marcus Ebener

The German textile manufacturer Nya Nordiska recently inaugurated the new extension of the company building in the historical center of Dannenberg, a small city in Northern Germany. It was a challenge to the architects of the Berlin based practice Volker Staab Architekten to align this highly functional building to the scale of the old town which is especially characterised by rather small stud work houses.

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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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Wed 25.11.

‘Les Danseuses’ at the Vitra Showroom by Atelier Oï (CH)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 25.11.2009 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Les Danseuses' by Atelier Oï

'Les Danseuses' by Atelier Oï

‘Les Danseuses’ (the dancers) is an installation the Swiss Atelier Oï designed for the Vitra Showroom in Zurich. Depending on the speed of the rotation, the bicoloured textile ensemble seems to dance over the newly decorated exhibition.

'Les Danseuses' by Atelier Oï at the Vitra Showroom in Zurich

'Les Danseuses' by Atelier Oï at the Vitra Showroom in Zurich

'Les Danseuse' by atelier oï

'Les Danseuse' by atelier oï

'Les Danseuses' by atelier oï

'Les Danseuses' by atelier oï

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Fri 2.10.

100%Design London

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 02.10.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , , , ,

'Hush ' Chair by naughtone

'Hush ' Chair by naughtone

100%Design London has never been a trade fair in the classical sense. Rather than being a business marketplace for dealers, the concise exhibition of interiors has positioned itself as a rich source of inspiration for architects and interior designers. Besides the harsh situation on the market, this is another possible reason for the absence of some well-known British manufacturers, for which powerful brand presentation is more important. Despite all this, 100%Design stuck to its holistic approach and once again presented a convincing preselection of premium manufacturers.

'Spin' lamp in addition to the 'Spin' tables by Tomoko Azumi for Mark

'Spin' lamp in addition to the 'Spin' tables by Tomoko Azumi for Mark

Established & Sons who had also decided to not attend at Earls Court, presented themselves at their new premises instead. Their showroom and studio look absolutely unimpressive from the outside, but turn out to be really imposing once you have entered the building.

The new Established & Sons showroom

The new Established & Sons showroom

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