ronan + erwan bouroullec: kvadrat showroom, copenhagen ronan + erwan bouroullec: kvadrat showroom, copenhagen
may 26, 2009

ronan + erwan bouroullec: kvadrat showroom, copenhagen

a curtain of creme colored kvadrat clouds hang in the new showroom image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

the bouroullec brothers have just completed the new kvadrat showroom in copenhagen. the minimalist, linear space displays a wall which features the tile concept, kvadrat clouds, designed by the bouroullec brothers in collaboration with kvadrat, adding a more organic and textured feel alongside the natural colors of the interior.

 

the showroom boasts a large working area made from wood as well as the bouroullec brothers’ ‘quilt’ sofa designed for established and sons, which provides an area for socialization and discussion.

 

 

an open-style wooden box defines the workspace image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

a small seating area provides clients with a place to relax and a view of the overall space image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

the boardroom-style workspace in the middle of the showroom image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

the kvadrat clouds add a punch of color to the neutral space image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

 

 

office spaces within the showroom are discretely hidden image © paul tahon and ronan & erwan bouroullec

  • Thanks to Designboom here is the latest work of Bouroullec.

    About scale and volume:
    Inside a loft, a very spacious one, a single ordinary table can look disconnected.

    The same happened with wells in the midle of urban squares.

    Neoclassicism solved the problem using concentric shapes, like a pyramide of steps, to give a monumental scale to wells.

    In the same way, arround that table, a balcony was offset, and the floor was lifted, to give a lofty scale to it.

    Rui says:

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