Key factors of our installation are movement, improvisation and surprise. It was vital for us to achieve a spontaneous, realistic and above all happy environment. For instance, the base for the bed is formed of a number of grouped Cork Stools. Visitors are encouraged to explore the setting, discovering something new every time.
Creative ideas can be found in eye-catching, surprising solutions as well as more hidden, subtle details. Look out for the WallBall pinboard or transfusion plant watering system.
Varied niches and corners create opportunities for occupants to carve out a space for themselves in the open-plan interior. The dining table next to the kitchen not only provides a place to gather for meals, but also an area for work, conversation and play activities. The Mutina 'Tex' tile collection gives the finishing touches to this cheerful, diverse character of the space.
The fresh and freely furnished bathroom using our Mutina 'Tape' tile collection is adorned by a large mobile-like installation with cushions dyed in diagonal stripes of colour.
The home office area complements the overall colour scheme and surprises and delights with imaginative ideas and details – such as several linked Corniches in a horizontal row form a playful continuous shelf, a wall-hung printer reinterprets the classic wall calendar and a little skateboard tray has been designed to work as a movable shelf along the desk.
A pattern of diagonal colour fields in gradations of a specific hue appear on various objects found throughout the installation, such as cushions, figures and pictures. Handcrafted by us with a dye immersion technique, they are a defining design feature of the entire Loft.