From public art to domestic garden bliss chillaxing in a fine hammock. Flaneuring in a fancy winter garden or enjoying the view of a bespoke porcelain light taking inspiration from the Ginko tree. The GardenRoomStyle Moodboard – w4/2023 continues to indulge in garden experiences.
GardenRoomStyle Moodboard – w4/2023
- Quite a hammock. Not least because of the material used. Although design dates back to 2012 this is still hot stuff. Swiss design trio Atelier Oï used long strips of leather and gold rivets to create a hammock inspired by the pinched shape of pasta ribbons. For Louis Vuitton (Objets Nomades)
- A classic, traditional shape. It’s the raw aluminium that gives this Duett outdoor pot a highly contemporary look. Designed by Mårten Cyrén for Byarums Bruk.
- Access to a winter garden could be top of the wish list for many this time of the year. Seen here is the one forming part of Riviera Palace in Beausoleil in southern France.
- Light as Art. This is a bespoke Ginko light sculpture made from fine bone china. Made by visual artist Andreea Braescu. I can only imagine it must have taken many, many hours to make this creation.
- Came across the Isobartema sculpture when visiting Stockholm last year. Think this is seriously cool early 1970s art. Chunky, making no excuse for its brutalist appearance.
- I like practical stuff. The Lounger from Basil Bangs must be right up there. Sit down in (basic) comfort wherever you like.