A little treasure found at ShowUp while having a look at the Kristina Dam collection that was presented at the same stand. Arigato is a series of lamps by the designers of studio Grupa who since 2012 decided to become a manufacturer and to create, produce and distribute high quality design under their own brand name - Grupa Products.
Arigato lamp made out of a steel tube body with an aluminium shade and finish in matte black powder and consists of table, different floor, wall and ceiling lamps.
I am a huge fan of daybeds and the other week I stumbled upon a real beauty in grey by Ferm Living! Reason enough to have a good look through the new 2016 Autumn/Winter collection of the Danish brand by Trine Anderson. This collection again shows some real beautiful lifestyle accessories and some great new furniture pieces. Today some of the highlights on the blog The new 'Collect' lighting series is an interchangeable lighting system that allows you to create your own lamp by selecting your favourite lampshade and pair it with a socket pendant of your choice. A small example of the endless choices in the picture above and below and more here // Collect Lightning //
How do you like the 'Turn' daybed, a great example of minimalistic design, and I simply love the leather belts keeping the cushion, that can be used also the other way around, in it's place. Just beautiful!
There is a matching sofa and to complete your sitting area the all new 'Herman Lounge chair", pictured below, would be a good match, in black of course for me but also available in grey from October 2016.
The new 'Haze vitrine', a freestanding cabinet crafted from sleek powder coated metal and textural armoured glass is definitely one of my favourites. I just love the material and it would look great in every room from the kitchen, dining and living to the bathroom, unfortunately my own bathroom is way to small to ever add a cabinet. Have a look at the complete collection in the new online catalogue Ferm Living catalogue
Living in the Eastern Docklands the former Amsterdam harbour, I do not cross the IJ river to the Amsterdam North area really often but the other day when I was on my way to buy some flowers in a tiny shop at KNSM Island I thought it would be nice to cross the water and finally check out Hangar Amsterdam.
The restaurant by Tim Immers, owner of restaurant Moustache (and Studio Pistache, which does ring a bell for you who came to our Blogger dinner maybe) and Jop Pollmann is build out of corrugated sheet and with the look of an old hangar perfectly fitting it's industrial surroundings. Not only was I amazed how well the colours of the steel were chosen, the lamps, and even the linen tablecloth all perfectly blended together. The interior is designed by Stella Willing is a perfect combination of rawness and style, beautiful chairs and tables with marble tabletops while the mirrored walls, the old wooden cabinet, doors and copper bar with barstools found in Paris bring in some warmth.
Hangar is open for coffee and pie, but also for lunch, dinner and cocktails till late. The terrace has a lounge area with a view on the IJ.