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Jaime Hayon has revealed his design for Room 506 at Copenhagen’s iconic SAS Royal Hotel (now the Radisson Blu Hotel) which includes his latest lighting designs for Parachilna, the Aballs Suspension Light and the Chinoz Table Light.
Commissioned by Fritz Hansen, Hayon has transformed room 506 in an ode to Arne Jacobsen’s original design. The interiors feature furniture, works of art, bedspreads and lamps by the award winning Spanish artist and designer.
Speaking about the design, Hayon said “the idea for this room is to create a luminous space that brings joy and genuine comfort through the Fritz Hansen designs along with some of my own designs and art. Together with Fritz Hansen, I have created bespoke designs just for this room, always in reflection of our shared principles of working with the best materials and aiming for simplicity and maximum comfort.”
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Launched at the Milan Furniture earlier this year, this collections features sofas, lounge chairs, dining tables and chairs, benches, barstools and even an acoustic dome designed to bring privacy to open spaces. See the full Sancal collection here or better yet pop by the KE-ZU showroom where many of these new pieces are now on display!
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EstudiHac has designed the new Poncelet Cheese Bar Barcelona, located inside the Hotel Meliá Sarriá.
Furniture, rugs and tiles by several Spanish companies grace the restaurant — Sancal’s Tea and Casta chairs, Talo armchairs and Pion and Veladora tables; Andreu World´s Ronda chairs and Vondom´s Marquis rug collection and planters.
Closing on 1 December 2014, the Andreu World International Design Contest is a hub of new design talent, a place where emerging and established designers meet on an even playing field for top international design honours.
It’s an annual, international affair and the judging panel consists of successful journalists, designers and architects in the industry and the winner have their work form part of the AW production catalogue for international distribution! Basically, it’s a pretty big deal. The ability for a leading international furniture manufacturer to promote and distribute your work is most certainly nothing to sneeze at!
More info can be found here, and watch the video below. We want to see some Aussie submissions so get pens to paper!
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If you didn’t have a chance to see our installation at the Tongue N Groove showroom during Melbourne InDesign you will find some of the bd Barcelona pieces on display at the Living Edge showroom in Melbourne, but for the full collection you will have to come and visit KE-ZU in Sydney.
Introducing a New Lighting Collection by Parachilna
This brand is forging a philosophy built around honesty in design, an appreciation of the value of precious materials, and a respect for handcrafted manufacturing methods.
Designers Jaime Hayon and Stephen Burks presented the first collection of Parachilna at the last edition of the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan. Not surprisingly, it was a resounding success.
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Our mates over at LZF Lamps have been busy daydreaming and transporting their products back in time to the fabulous 50’s!
In the spirit of current television and cinema trend, LZF have chosen the interior visual presentation technique of 1950’s interior design to prove that they are committed to timeless design – an interesting idea, taking current product and reversing the clock to test the theory. It’s a job well done with their suspension lamps seamlessly blending into the era. Have a look for yourself and remember, all the products are available at KE-ZU!
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OSGEMEOS, literally translated from ‘Os Gêmeos’ in Portugese as “the twins” is descriptive of the brother-brother duo who are quickly becoming well known in the street-art world with their distinctive style. With a little help, their first work in Canada as part of the Vancouver Biennale is destined to become the flagship piece of the festival.
The Biennale attracts over 10 million visitors a year from around the globe, so the mural is sure to be popping up on blogs and Instagram feeds without too much delay! KE-ZU’s Mark is in Vancouver at the moment and set us onto the project by snapping the above image of the work as it currently stands.
The mural work is painted on six gigantic (21m tall) industrial Ocean Concrete silos on Vancouver’s Granville Island. Forming part of OSGEMEOS’ Giants series, Vancouver is the latest location and largest “canvas” the brothers have turned their attention to following on from large mural works in Greece, USA, Poland, Portugal, the Netherlands, Brazil and England and even a Boeing 737!
OSGEMEOS have donated their time to the project, as The Biennale is a Canadian non-profit charitable organization. Unfortunately the project is now facing a major funding problem. To source the costs of travel, paint and labour and other incidentals, OSGEMEOS have turned to the crowdfunding website Indiegogo to appeal to the international public to assist in covering the cost of completing these amazing murals. At time of writing, they’ve raised $53,366 CAD of the $125,000 CAD goal. Head over here to read their artists statement and donate to this incredible project.Share on Facebook