Apartment. Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 21:41:09 PM by Rillie Schneider.
The decor in the neutral-hued space is the artful chandelier, which is Zettel’z 5 by Ingo Maurer. It is made of stainless steel and heat-resistant satin-frosted glass. The “shades” are actually 40 printed and 40 blank sheets of Japanese paper. It’s a highly creative fixture for the owners, as the blank sheets of paper are meant for personal messages and drawings. All of the furnishings are clean-lined to help keep the space open. Floor to ceiling shelving provides plenty of storage and display space.
Instead of the traditional suspended chandelier of pendants above the dining table, the designer used a short version of Foscarini’s Twiggy floor lamp. It is known as a contemporary version of the original Arco lamp designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. Using a floor lamp to light a dining table is a novel and unexpected design choice.
The adjoining dining room features a modern and open hearth, that is composed of three gray, cast iron sheets that were custom molded for the space. The heart includes room to store extra wood, which serves as a design element when the fireplace is not being used.
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