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Friday Design Selects

8.09.2019

First up today, BETA.Ø is an award-winning architecture firm based in Madrid, whose work demonstrates restraint and clarity. Their C.Ø House is a renovation project featuring large, light-filled open spaces with textured walls and ceilings. Together with meticulous design details, the home has a real purity in its design, and sense of calm. 


Komolab is a modern furniture and decor studio based in South Louisiana founded by designer Kyle Comeaux. With a focus on creating functional beauty through the use of fine materials including solid domestic hardwoods, all pieces are designed and produced in-house. Drawn to the clean, Scandinavian aesthetic, I've picked out a few favourite pieces below.  


Inspired by Scandinavian daybeds, the Walden Dog Bed is as functional as it is beautiful. It features a cushion (lined with waterproof material) with a removable cover made from dense wool-melton fabric, resting on a solid wood frame with leather strap accents. Definitely the most stylish dog bed I have seen, the dimensions can be customised to suit your very own pooch. 


Inspired by simple geometries, the Elysian Incense Burner combines a concrete sphere and and wood base for a bold yet elegant expression. Shown here in walnut, it is also available in white Oak and ebonized Oak finishes. 



The Entryway Wall Rack & Tackboard sets out to accomplish many things in the purist way. Comprising a mail slot, coat rack, tackboard for pinning notes and a magnetic keys-holder, I can see why Komolab describe it as the Swiss army knife of an interior! Shown here in white Oak, it also comes in Walnut and Maple. 


Visit komolab.com to see the full range of products. 

Photography by Michael Clifford

Thanks to Desiree at Vosgesparis, I discovered this stunning project today, by Interior Designer Jake Arnold. The new clinic of LA-based skin expert Shani Darden, the spaces feature a sublime material palette in soothing neutrals, and beautiful architectural detailing including arched doorways and a bold marble counter.  


Lastly today, I wanted to share ED_OFFICE, the HQ of Kiev-based architects Emil Dervish. A long-time admirer of Emil's work (his Beige project is still a favourite), I love getting a glimpse into the firm's creative world, to see where the magic happens. The building features incredible architectural detailing including high ceilings with beautiful mouldings, tall arched windows and herringbone flooring. A marriage of modern and traditional, I love how the original details and raw finishes contrast with contemporary furniture and lighting. 

Photography by Mikhail Loskutov

Images via Emil Dervish

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