Slow, is an intimate boutique property on Bali’s western shoreline, and fully embodies Gorrow and his wife Cisco’s style-infused yet relaxed vision on hospitality and life in general.
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Concrete floors are dressed with elaborate furnishings and plenty of industrial elements such as metal and brick, creating a chic yet classy feel, impressing visitors and clients who visit the studio. Beautiful timber wood floors are seen in the main office workspace, where nuances tend to be lighter and more open, enhancing productivity in the studio.
These objects are essentially conceptual furniture but with a well-defined function, passing through the 50ties and finally turning them into refinement and balance. All these objects are not conceived for a serial and industrial production, on the contrary, them give strength to the world of workers typical of the “made in Italy”.
The intriguingly grotesque decorum is frivolously balanced out by a series of crystal pendant lamps that were sourced locally at vintage stores. Other contemporary touches include the transparent little snow globes over the bar – after all sever means north in Russian – by artist John Smith, and which playfully contain little sculptures and other odd miniscule objects.
Coralina San Lucas, is the newest branch of the recognized Medellin Designer, Carolina Aldana, who is dedicated to design exclusive and fashionable women footwear at an accessible price. In this new location, designers utilized a variety of materials ranging from metals and different wood finishes, creating a natural equilibrium of textures, color, and light.
Residing in a Federal-style Georgetown carriage house, the details throughout the space that Hutchison mindfully preserved creates a narrative connection to the history of the area, while updating the overall feel with modern elements. The 6,000 square foot retail space is divided into two floors, with an additional 2,000 square foot floor for storage.