Design of large-scale mirrors photographed by Attila Hartwig at Beelitz Heilstätten.
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BOUTIQUE DESIGN HOTEL
Project for the Love of Interior Design. Imagination is a form of planing! You want the a Hotel, Café, Shop or Restauarnt designed? Just get in contact with me :)
A stylist is like a dj, a designer is like a music producer. I love doing both.
My dream is to create wonderful spaces from scratch to finish. This is my "Brazilian Collection": designed, produced and photographed in Rio de Janeiro.
The pieces find conceptual inspiration in brazilian cultural objects. They are designed with a minimal line and sophisticated materials.
The bar trolley "Caipirinha" is a mix between a flashing night street vendor cart and a fancy tea trolley.
The lounger „Carioca“ gets his precise measurements from the typical low and comfortable beach chairs which line Rio's beaches in the thousands. The shape and material however are more elegant.
"Ipanema" are mirrors that remind of the sunset at sea. Indigenous craft techniques were the starting point of the "Indio" tables and the room divider „Maracanã“. Maracanã was the indigenous name in Tupi language of a parrot bird which used to fly where the stadium is standing now. The way in which the cinammon wood has been assembled is inspired by indigenous architecture. The Kamayura indios produce tables made from knotted rods; I developed mine so that it can be closed and transported in the quiver with the arrows.
The pumpkin vases seem to be a percussion instrument of african origin: the „Xequeré“.
My first collection of furniture and accessories is entitled
Each item is personal, yet has a representative chic which would suit any suite. Materials and finishes include marble, brass, concrete, bronze mirror and iridescence surfaces. Starting the collection
is a marble swing called
an iridescent bed side table named
All of this informs my dream to design a chic concept hotel in the future.
COLLECTION No. 0
These two mirrors were designed by me for a free creative photo shooting playing with juxtapositions, reflections and fragmentations.