Japandi, essential design
As a contrast to the maximalist trend full of mobile roundness, this Spring also makes room for calmer decor and simpler, more peaceful design. Known as Japandi, this trend that's somewhere between Nordic and Japanese styles reveals pure shapes and minimal, functional silhouettes, all crafted from the very finest materials.
This is a history of tradition and transmission that dates back to 1940s in the village of Sara. At his farm, José Miguel Barandiaran, the famous Basque ethnologist, had a favourite stool that he entrusted to a member of the Iratzoki family, whose trade was woodcraft. It was transmitted and manufactured first by the great-uncle then by the father of the designer. This is how the ordinary stool became an “extraordinary” object for Jean Louis Iratzoki, who reinterpreted this heritage with the Hiruki. To find out more: http://alki.fr/en/product/7206/Accessories_Stools/
AddAddGRETA - Table lamp
Oak table lamp finished in satin varnish. Natural fiber lampshade and natural leather handle. Available with cable or battery. SIZES Ø 20cm Ø 26cm Ø 33cm BULBS 100 W E 27
Scandinavian-inspired, the Travis bench fits into any type of interior by erasing its lines. Its designer Jakob Hartel, who passed through the Camondo School, is committed to creating furniture with a silent character. The horizontal lines of the teak seat fit into the beech base, making apparent the technicality of the assembly. This very functional piece finds its place in a hallway, an entrance, a bedroom or a living room.
MAMMY is the modular shelving line from MAOMI. It is flexible and functional, exact in the details of high-quality workmanship. The individual elements can be combined with each other in any arrangement and are prevented from slipping by natural rubber flakes. The components can also be used individually as a wall shelf or as for occasional furniture purposes.
AddAddMESA NERO Large Table
Steel & wood. Interior & exterior.