An inspirational loft living room.
Duffy London design studio are pleased to introduce the swing table, designed by Christopher Duffy.
This table is ideal for putting a little extra fun into dinner times and boardroom meetings.
This four poster table uses its structure to suspend a central GEO lampshade and eight hanging chairs that sway playfully.
This design creates an exceptionally fun experience and aesthetic, creating a room within a room, with chairs that float around the table, which also make vacuuming a breeze.
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing” – George Bernard Shaw
Within an elegant, period flat in London with a contemporary style.
Playboy magazine ran an article titled “The Playboy Town House: Posh Plans for Exciting Urban Living” in their May 1962 issue. The fantasy bachelor pad, designed by architect R. Donald Jaye, was brought to life by Humen Ten’s fantastic gouache and ink renderings.
Designed in the 1960s and it looks awesome. http://bit.ly/TrlBid
Located in Chelsea, an affluent area of central London, is a home with a unique feature. The four bedroom, four bathroom home has a top floor family area with a retractable glass roof.
The recently formed Advertising agency Boys and Girls approached us with this problem, a gorgeous Georgian house with high ceilings, great spaces and original joinery, but décor that was decidedly solicitory. The brief was succinct; playful but not juvenile, they gave us the Mingus quote too. We recommended that all traces of solicitors be removed from the building – carpets removed, floors stripped and all 90’s paint colours whited out (if only the rest of life was this simple). If we could make the space like a small contemporary art gallery, it would be more flexible for giving presentations the ‘wow’ factor. Our proposal included a 1.2 x 2.7 meter boardroom table (4ft x 9ft) made out of Lego. A monolithic slab made up of a random pattern of the instantly recognizable lego pixels, with the company’s logo built in relief into the table top, falling away under a glass surface.
Architecture and design company working out of Dublin, Ireland.