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Oh – so cooool……

Couldn’t you just CHILL, here? Want one – need one……

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NESTRESTNestrest Daniel Pouzet & Fred Frety

Nestrest Hanging lounger  chalk 

HANGING LOUNGER

Colors CHALK
chalknatural
Fabrics WHITE
CATEGORY A | PLAIN COLOR | ACRYLIC 

whiteoff whitebeigetaupetoffeeblack brownfrost bluelight slatedark slateolivegreenlight redyellow
CATEGORY A | PLAIN COLOR | MAN-MADE LEATHER 

whitesnowsilver
CATEGORY B | PLAIN COLOR 

silk sagesilk taupesilk sandtweed sagetweed taupetweed sandcurl sagecurl taupecurl sandcurl muskcurl oceancurl prestigecruise
CATEGORY B | PATTERN | POLYESTER 

white wafflesilver wafflechampagne leafsilver leaftaupe leafblackbrown leafgreen leafsilver stripesred stripeswhite dotsilver dotorange dot
CATEGORY C | LEATHER 

moroice
Deco cushion fabrics WHITE
CATEGORY A | PLAIN COLOR | ACRYLIC 

whiteoff whitebeigetaupetoffeeblack brownfrost bluelight slatedark slateolivegreenlight redyellow
CATEGORY A | PLAIN COLOR | MAN-MADE LEATHER 

whitesnowsilver
CATEGORY B | PLAIN COLOR 

silk sagesilk taupesilk sandtweed sagetweed taupetweed sandcurl sagecurl taupecurl sandcurl muskcurl oceancurl prestigecruise
CATEGORY B | PATTERN | POLYESTER 

white wafflesilver wafflechampagne leafsilver leaftaupe leafblackbrown leafgreen leafsilver stripesred stripeswhite dotsilver dotorange dot
CATEGORY C | LEATHER 

moroice
chalkwhitewhite
SHAREMORE

An over-sized bird’s nest offering you a secluded, suspended sanctuary and unusual meeting place: it’s the perfect place for relaxation, meditation and open-air conversations – NESTREST.

NESTREST is made of an especially strong DEDON fiber (4 cm wide, instead of 2 cm), guaranteeing a sturdy and solid weave with excellent properties: it shelters those within, allowing them to look out while preventing outsiders from seeing in – a perfect feeling of security!

DANIEL POUZET & FRED FRETY

NESTRESTDesigner Daniel Pouzet & Fred Frety

Daniel Pouzet & Fred Frety

Creators of the NESTREST, an innovative new hanging pod woven from supersize strands of DEDON Fiiber, Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety are two of Paris’s most intriguing design talents. Close collaborators of Jean-Marie Massaud, with whom they have forged new ways of working and approaching design, Daniel and Fred bring a rich diversity of experience to each project they undertake, alone or in a team.

Born and raised in Bucharest and a graduate of UP4 (Paris-Charenton), Daniel collaborated with Philippe Starck on large-scale architectural commissions before joining up with Jean-Marie. He has since worked on projects ranging from Renault’s architectural identity to the groundbreaking Chivas stadium in Mexico, all while touring the world for three years with his young family. A graduate of Paris’s prestigious ENSCI industrial design school, Fred worked with Marc Berthier, then with Werner Aisslinger, before joining up with Jean-Marie and Daniel in 2004. He has collaborated with them on projects ranging from bathroom fixtures to yachts to a sustainable village in the Philippines

Now – on to other wonderful things…..

Check this out –

 

 

PASHA 660

Pasha armchair is the perfect synthesis of tradition and innovation. It is suitable for hotel, restaurant and outdoor areas as well. In polycarbonate, glossy finish. Available colours: white, black, fumè and transparent.
Designers:Claudio Dondoli e Marco Pocci

Don’t ya just LOVE clever design? The re-articulation of a masterful form……..

 

And, what about these? Rope knobs? Of course….why are you even asking?

And, the other ones too……

A classic bone knob with black trim.  SO incredibly chic, yet it could still double in a space that is really bohemian.  I love this knob.

 

Finally – have you all been tuned into the increasing crossover of commercial kitchens into domestica?
If you have, these shouldn’t be a surprise to you. Personally – I think it’s really cool….

 

 

 

Okay – one more…..and this will lead us into next week’s issue….

 

Love it! Sure doesn’t LOOK comfortable – I mean, can you even imagine sitting in one of those chairs, in front of a cosy fire, and trying to be COMFY?
It’s a, ‘What’s wrong with THIS picture?’, scene….but it is trés cool……

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