TRAYER Stools are designed with respect to the 3 keywords of simplicity, smart and stylish. With the straight line of steel body structure and in contrast with the curves of seating and backrest, and stainless steel footrest, you will see that simplicity always works.
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Called Greybox Coffee, it’s a newly launched division of chinese high-end flower shop Roseonly, and its very first branch has found an appropriate home at Beijing Kerry Centre, one of many glittering high-rise complexes in this high energy part of town. Special attention has been given to the ceiling lighting, comprising of an expansive grid of wooden boxes, each encasing a spotlight.
The project is characterized by a continuous sequences of different settings that, dissolving the corridor presence, give a domestic and contemporary style to the space: the sector conceived for informal meetings with a high table and stools, the lounge area with a carpet and the armchairs, the individual and common workspaces.
Keeping the ceiling and floor colour neutral, white paint and polished concrete floor were used to accentuate the warmth and golden hues of the timber and plywood. Extensive use of natural materials and colours blended effortlessly well with the delicate fabric of floral prints to depict a contemporary woodland setting.
Part of Brazil’s richness lies in its lush fauna. This is a vast source for creating furniture with an unusual design, that stands out in a market filled with cartesian options. By working with typical animals of the Brazilian fauna in a playful and spirited way, creating a renewed curiosity about local culture, Steyer heightens the senses with tables shaped as monkeys, anteaters, capybaras, alligators and jaguars.
Tradition and modernity have been harmonized to create this new ChiantiBanca branch. The innovation is perceived from the welcome zone, an open and informal space where the banking advisor receives and invites the customer to sit at one of the tables place centrally offering a prompt service with the support of brochures.
The design duo used untreated plywood to build a natural, inventive universe. The bar is located in a cellar and yet has been instilled with a light and airy atmosphere thanks to the uncoated wood and the use of a singular colour – a fresh turquoise that spreads across the floors and selected furnishings.
The orbs were blown to include randomly placed cavities large enough for small plants and lighting fixtures. Small white planters float amongst the orbs, as if they have escaped from the confines of glass. Underneath, benches and stools made from reclaimed wood with white steel legs are decorated with painted table markers and mason jars.