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Cap Adriano by Tribù reference projects | Manufacturer references

The breathtaking views out over the Mediterranean from the rocky Cap Adriano coast of Mallorca demand indoor-outdoor living – open vistas, shaded terraces and elegant poolside spaces for socializing as the sun goes down. Architect Guillermo Reynes of Gras Reynes has created an exclusive enclave of nine villas and eight apartments that capture the blue skies and bluer sea, looking towards the super-yacht harbour Port Adriano designed by Philippe Starck. The interior designers of Terraza Balear kept the outdoor spaces simple and chic, focusing on Tribù's Pavilion Daybed by Monica Armani on the pool terrace. “We didn’t want to interrupt the views. This Tribù piece doesn’t pull your attention away, but still has the luxury quality we were looking for.” In keeping with the pale stone used for the villa, Terraza Balear chose Tribù’s CTR Armchairs. The cool, curved, linen-weave backrests also reference the shapes and tones of the landscape setting. CTR club chairs teamed with Drops side tabl… continue

Four Seasons Kyoto by Tribù | Manufacturer references

Nestled in a 12th-century, Shakusuien ikeniwa (pond garden), just minutes from downtown and surrounded by centuries of history, is a modern oasis of serenity and style:  Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto. For the Brasserie deck at the water’s edge, Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto opted for Tribù’s Mood collection designed by Studio Segers. The Mood armchair creates a sophisticated dining area outdoors, while the club chair and sofa accommodate comfortable lounge areas. From the expansive windows one can enjoy the four distinct and highly photogenic seasons – spring cherry blossoms, swaying bamboo in summer, brilliant red autumn leaves, and the blanket of winter snow –  Kyoto is known for.  Four Seasons Hotels Limited Architects: Studio Kume Sekkei Designteam: Interior design: Hirsch Bedner Associates; exterior design: Landscape Design continue

Delft City Hall and Train Station by Mecanoo | Infrastructure buildings

Arriving in Delft is an unforgettable experience. From the outset, Mecanoo’s idea was to design a station that makes it clear to visitors that they have arrived in Delft. The station, in combination with the new city hall, sits atop a new train tunnel built in place of the old concrete viaduct that divided the city in two since 1965. Coming up the escalators, the impressive ceiling with the historic map of Delft unfolds. When you look outside, you see the city and the old station as a contemporary version of Johannes Vermeer’s painting 'View of Delft’. Interweaving past and future The city of Delft reflects its past: the multitude of historic buildings and canals; the ‘Prinsenstad’ city, closely connected to the Dutch Royal Family; and, of course, the world famous Delftware ceramic factories. On the other hand, the Delft University of Technology is at the forefront of technical innovation. The character of Delft, epitomised in this combination of past and future, was the starting p… continue

Project #11 by Studio Wills + Architects | Living space

PROJECT #11 is an interior renovation to a 4-bedroom apartment for its new home owners: a couple whom entertains frequently. To make way for a larger space to entertain and lounge around, 4 former bedrooms were reduced to 2 through the demolition of internal walls. This demolition led to the discovery of the inherent structure of the apartment. It is supported by structural shear walls. The concept of using Walls as Spatial Organizers and Dividers in this open-plan apartment was then conceived. A structural shear wall, that was left to stand in the center of the apartment after the demolition, was rendered black for visual focus and serves as a point of orientation in the apartment. It is a backdrop for a primarily black-colour home entertainment system in the lounge, minimizing its physical presence. In the Dining, it serves as a backdrop for an antique piano and Chinese Calligraphy inherited from the owner’s families. A series of grey plaster and white painted walls radia… continue

Caffé Spettacolo by Midgard Licht reference projects | Manufacturer references

Coffeehouse ambiance ‘in the right light’: located at several places in Switzerland, Caffé Spettacolo features Italian ambiance and modern aesthetics. The cafés’ lighting concept was developed by Swiss planning office Verolight, who opted for black Midgard TYP 554 modular ceiling lights throughout. In both the counter and café areas, thanks to customisable arm lengths, the lights are configured to adapt to differing ceiling heights. The modular system’s beautiful signature joints guarantee optimal and flexible illumination of the seating areas. Property owner/ Client: Caffé Spettacolo Architect: light concept: Verolight continue

Geometry Global by Midgard Licht reference projects | Manufacturer references

For the Hamburg branch of brand activation agency Geometry Global, PLY Atelier developed a varied and modern workspace based on a capacious open plan concept covering more than 2,000 square metres of floor space. There are also different types of separate rooms into which one can withdraw for official meetings with clients, for team meetings or for informal brainstorming sessions with colleagues. Furthermore, there is an arena for larger events such as presentations and a library for quiet and focused work. The space also features several kitchens and lounge areas. Altogether perfect conditions for an open work culture, which comes very close to creating a quality of life that feels like ‘home’. The interior fittings underline the agency’s open approach and culture, bringing the different disciplines closer together. Also developed by PLY, a sustainable and energy-saving lighting concept, entirely based on LEDs, provides flexible and warm illumination. Employees can individually adjust… continue