Workplace design is going through radical transformations. Residential influences permeate contemporary office design and co-working spaces. Interior Design Magazine sheds light on three products from Andreu World that are playing a role in this design transformation.
Andreu World, a purveyor of stylish furnishings for over 60 years, is one of the leading brands in this new paradigm, regularly coming out with new products that reflect an innate understanding of what the future of workplace design will look like. “The office has become a space in which one lives and coexists—a place that is transformed according to the needs of its occupants throughout the workday,” explains Jesús Llinares, CEO. “It is more and more common today for furniture to transcend the idea of a single use or environment.”
The Nuez Collection
Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola introduced the Nuez collection, winner of a Red Dot Award and Interior Design HiP Award, as a group of chairs and stools that serve the sitter. “A chair has a personality and engenders emotional relationships with its users and owners,” Urquiola says. She designed the piece with a graceful back made of ribbed thermopolymer and ample padding. Both the stool and the dining chair are perfect crossover options, equally at home in a boardroom, restaurant, or home.
The Capri Lounge Chair
This Red Dot Award-winning lounge chair by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga features a unique ergonomic shape ideal for seated work in office spaces. It is also highly customizable. The Capri lounge offers several vibrant and on-trend upholstery options, armed or armless options, and an aluminum or steel base finish.
The Dado Sofa
The Dado sofa represents the first collaboration between Andreu World and Swiss designer Alfredo Häberli. This modular sofa won the Best of NeoCon 2018 Silver award and a HiP Award for its clever use of modularity and subtle design details. Dado’s essential pieces can be combined in various configurations to integrate effortlessly into public, work, or private spaces.
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Story of an American Company
Since 1921, Boyd Lighting has been manufacturing exquisite lighting fixtures in America.
Because they believe that lasting beauty can best be created by hand, their intent, since the early days in San Francisco, has always been to hand-craft fixtures with characteristics of fine jewelry.
Every member of the talented Boyd team of craftspeople understands and embraces the heritage of almost a century of artistry.
New fabrics inspired by the design philosophy and culture of Japan
New York, NY—KnollTextiles is pleased to launch Azuma, a textile collection inspired by the balance and harmony found in Japanese design philosophy and culture. The name Azuma means 'East.' Creative Director, Dorothy Cosonas and the design team studied dozens of books researching traditional Japanese motifs, fashion, costuming and arts resulting in 4 upholstery fabrics, Kabuki, Sashiko, Zen Wave and Kaya, that celebrate bold graphic forms and simple subtle beauty.
Supporting the Japanese design concept are 4 vertical products. Noren is the next generation of acoustic sheer with sound absorbing properties. Stencil is an embossed type II vinyl wallcovering while Calm is specialty wallcovering with wool content. Finally, Edo addresses the trend for a heathered natural looking material on the wall for wrapped panel application.
The products of Azuma blend together beautifully in this cohesive and inspired collection.
For their selection of Products of the Year 2017, Morpholio chose an anti-iconic collection to reflect what we see emerging in culture and the moods of communities and people across the globe. The "anti-iconic" evokes unity and nature.
"These products defy the notion of icon in space and seek to merge people with their surroundings in new ways...and, as always, we are interested in designs that use technology and forward thinking to address impact on the environment,” says Anna Kenoff, Morpholio Co-Creator.
Morpholio Board tracked trends amongst its growing community of professional and non-professional interior designers. The winners distinguished themselves from thousands of products. - See more at: https://carnegiefabrics.com/learn/cat/news/post/morpholio-products-of-the-year/#sthash.cHE3W8lN.dpuf
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Ballet, designed by Héctor Serrano, competes in the category: “Lighting: Chandeliers”. Finalists were chosen by popular vote, performed online by industry professionals, such as architects and interior designers. Thank you so much to all that voted for Ballet chandelier, helping us to get to the final. It is an honour to be selected as one of the best designs of the year. Winners will be revealed during the award ceremony, which we will attend, on the 1st of December, at the IAC building of NYC.
With its slender shape and backless seat, the Bend Goods Stick Barstool packs a lot of detail in its very compact design. The Stick is not just made for small spaces though, the subtle intricacies in its structure will add a punch to almost any environment. The juxtaposition of the powder coated steel base with the glow of the honey wood top makes this barstool one of our more intricate pieces yet.
A row of Stick Barstools pulled up to your kitchen island, will give your dinner guests a conformable place to perch, while you prep your latest culinary creation. When you move to the table, The Stick Stool will easily tuck right under the counter for an easy and out of the way storage solution. The Stick also makes for a great bar height seating option on a small patio. Pull a grouping up to your outdoor custom bar for a setting that is both sophisticated and yet still playful at heart.
Keep an eye on the shop, as the Bend Stick Stool will be available for pre-order very soon!
Andreu World has obtained EN ISO 14006 certification, an internationally recognized ecodesign accreditation. It is applicable to all of our products, allowing us to provide sustainable furnishing solutions, that have been manufactured optimizing its energy consumption in the production phase and are the result of an improvement in the other processes of finishing, painting, packaging and logistics.
EN ISO 14006 is a globally recognized standard guaranteeing that all of the products have been manufactured utilizing production practices that minimize the environmental impact and footprint, reducing and optimizing production in order to also mitigate the waste generated at the environmental level.
During the certification process, all the environmental effects that our products impact had to be considered, from the raw material phase to the final product, as well as officially registered the products as environmentally friendly.
One of the examples of this eco-innovation applied to one of the Andreu World collections is Ronda, a design rethought to optimize energy consumption in manufacturing and achieve an improvement in other production processes.
Before its production, a life-cycle assessment and an evaluation of the environmental strategy was conducted. The result has allowed an overall reduction of environmental impact and a significant decrease the energy demand of its fabrication, in additionally to greatly reduce the carbon footprint.
MERENDA WALLPAPER is a New York-based contemporary wallpaper design, manufacturing and installation studio inspired by near and far away lands, graffiti, tattoo art, abandoned buildings, underground history and the impermanence of all things.
Designer Sarah Merenda's mission is to create wallpapers that are contemporary and beautiful, sometimes quirky, inspired by nature, sensuality and the urban environment. With 20 years of experience installing wallpaper, the substrates are chosen for their ease of installation and eco friendly quality.
Currently on display the amazing works of abstract painter Signe Helvig and local landscape painter Sarah Wieben. Come see these paintings and discover the intriguing connection between the two artists.
(Show runs through the end of the year.)