Wallpaper - 07.2019

(Nancy Kaufman) #1
by Werner Aisslinger and
Tina Bunyaprasit
The ‘Addit’ sofa’s many functions are put
to work in this so-called ‘landscape’,
created by designers Werner Aisslinger and
Tina Bunyaprasit for Rolf Benz. The pair
looked at how the sofa is used within the
home, ranging from a place to watch movies
or eat breakfast to a home office addition.
They argue that families gravitate towards
the sofa as their favourite place in the
house, and decided to make it more
functional, adding useful components,
such as shelving, rails and small tables.
‘Addit’ sofa, price on request, by
Werner Aisslinger and Tina Bunyaprasit,
for Rolf Benz, rolf-benz.com

by Joost van Bleiswijk
Joost van Bleiswijk’s ‘Ripped and Teared
and Colored Carpet 2’ rug for Nodus
is based on the gesture of ripping up paper,
and colours are layered as though they
are torn sheets strewn across the floor.
‘Ripped and Teared and Colored Carpet 2’
rug , £2,600, by Joost van Bleiswijk, for
Nodus, nodusrug.it

by Vincent Van Duysen
Blurring the boundaries between armchair
and chaise longue, Vincent Van Duysen’s
wooden-framed chair has double-layered
cowhide stretched across its backrest and
arms, with a light layer of padding providing
an unexpected level of comfort.
‘Pablo’ chair, from £3,710, by Vincent Van Duysen,
for B&B Italia, bebitalia.com

by Morgane Roux
Inspired by the bold, geometric shapes and
simple colour palettes of the Suprematist
movement, Morgane Roux created a series
of tables in which a glass top functions
as a frame for the series of colourful objects
used to prop it up.
‘Non-Objective’ tables, from €1,900, by Morgane
Roux, for Atelier Avéus, atelieraveus.com

The W* House Living Room


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