Artwork on the wall by Florian Tomballe. DC1516 Side table by De Cotiis. Vintage Luciano Frigerio chairs (1968) from Jarno Kooijman.’Calliope’ pendant light by Garnier & Linker. Rug by Sam Laik.
DC1516 Side Table by De Cotiis. Vintage Luciano Frigerio chairs (1968) from Jarno Kooijman.’Calliope’ pendant light by Garnier & Linker. Rug by Sam Laik.
Artwork on the wall by Florian Tomballe. Table and DC115A Chairs by De Cotiis.
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True to their distinct design signature the concept is simple and refined with clean lines and oak surfaces implemented across the one-floor office. The four single offices and one family meeting room all share wooden wall coverings that follow a consistent datum line. Creating an artisanal look and feel which could not be achieved with plain plaster alone, this French oak veneer is warm and inviting. Pairing this with the original pattern in the floor and ceiling, and bathed in natural light, a calm atmosphere can be felt across the entire work floor.
Custom brass desk from Patrick Parrish Gallery. Pierre Jeanneret chair from Morentz. Artwork on the wall by Lucas Hardonk. Floor lamp from Glustins Galerie. Polished brass desk lamp by Anour.
‘Ted’ armchairs from Galerie May. Sculpture by Florian Tomballe. Raw collection rug by Noe Duchauffour Lawrence for Tai Ping. Sideboard from Paul Evans. Applique ‘Satelite Albratre’ wall lamp by Herve van der Straeten.
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Weight and balance really play a big factor in the elegance of this design. Depending on the piece, the furniture can feel either light or heavy within the interior.
‘Sempre Mia’ Chandelier from Viabizzuno. Garnier & Linker table for Ormond Editions. DC115A Chairs by De Cotiis.
‘Lampe Athena’ table lamp by Herve van der Streaten. ‘Trust Cabinet’ sideboard by Poltrona Frau.
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Oozing with elegance, this successful first venture between the Framework Amsterdam and Paris studios demonstrates a synthesised development of their combined talents. I can’t wait to see what’s next in store.
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