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Gandía Blasco furniture at the rooftop of the 31-story apartment building LH The Bangkok Thonglor (Thailand). Photo by @ Rungkit Chareonwat, courtesy of Gandía Blasco.

Gandía Blasco: from the Mediterranean to the Bangkok Sky

The Spanish outdoor furniture company Gandía Blasco has once again signed a major project with a Mediterranean feel outside Spain: displaying its unique style and careful design, it has furnished...

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Gandía Blasco furniture at the rooftop of the 31-story apartment building LH The Bangkok Thonglor (Thailand). Photo by @ Rungkit Chareonwat, courtesy of Gandía Blasco.09/14/2020Gandía Blasco: from the Mediterranean to the Bangkok Sky

The Spanish outdoor furniture company Gandía Blasco has once again signed a major project with a Mediterranean feel outside Spain: displaying its unique style and careful design, it has furnished the roof of the LH The Bangkok Thonglor apartment building in the Thai capital, known for its bold wraparound glass facade. The facility, designed by Landscape Architects 49 Limited, has 31 floors and 150 apartments, and its design reflects the exclusivity of the surrounding area in its design. The upper floors were conceived as a luxurious common space for the residents, who can enjoy the swimming pool and the solarium located on the terrace/open air viewing platform, featuring spectacular panoramic views of the Bangkok skyline.This rooftop features some of the most representative collections from the Valencian firm, such as FLAT, designed by Mario Ruiz with its sun loungers, sofas, design throw pillows and white aluminum side tables. The Mediterranean style evoked by the collection combined with the unique environment creates a perfect atmosphere to relax, 30 floors up and surrounded by a sea - the pool - that blends with the sky over the Thai capital.The collection, created by designer Mario Ruiz, is joined by another from one of Gandía Blasco's young brands, DIABLA. In this case, the design of the monochrome white 365 sun loungers by Pablo Gironés and José A. Gandía-Blasco, inspired by the early models of the Porsche 356 from the 1950s, echoes the soft waves of the swimming pool and contrasts with the panoramic view of Bangkok's skyscrapers on the horizon.The building also features the TIMELESS collection by José Gandía-Blasco and Borja Garcia, which decorates the common garden spaces on the lower floors of the building. The armchairs with white aluminum frames, the teak wood armrests and the anthracite gray cushions blend with the green of the plants in the common areas, generating harmony in the space thanks to discreet, elegant and timeless design.GANDIABLASCO is the outdoor furniture brand of the Gandia Blasco Group, a family business founded in 1941. It designs and manufactures outdoor furniture with an architectural feel and links to its Mediterranean roots. Today the brand is present in over 90 countries and is internationally recognized for the quality of its designs, its passion for outdoor living and collaborations with prestigious architects and designers

Sancal furniture at the One1 Office in Petah Tikva, Israel. Photo by Yoav Peled, courtesy of EN Design studio and Sancal.06/16/2020Sancal Furnishes New Spaces in Israel and Russia

Spanish designer furniture firm Sancal has furnished the One1 Offices in the city of Petah Tikva, very close to Tel Aviv, Israel, and the Sight. Coffee and Dine restaurant located in the historic district of St. Petersburg, Russia.Both installations were completed in 2019, and are examples of the significant international reach of the brand, which had already proven its strength on the foreign market with projects such as the VIP lounge at Gatwick Airport, London, the hotels Ovolo Woolloomooloo in Sidney, Australia, and the Generator in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and other offices such as for the firm Campari in Toronto, Canada.The 6100 square meter One1 Offices were developed by the EN Design studio and consisted primarily of furnishing the office’s break and eating areas, as well as other common areas. The design was chosen following the “ONE color / ONE function” concept, using gray as the chromatic unit for establishing an open, dynamic and creative space.A contrast with that dominant color was created by using upholstered pieces and auxiliary furniture from the brand, such as the La Isla sofa, different versions of side tables and Mosaico occasional chairs designed by Yonoh, Tortuga-type easy chairs created by the Nadadora studio, Tea, created by EstudiHac, and Meeting Point stools.Meanwhile, the Sight. Coffee and Dine restaurant project in St. Petersburg furnished a 150 square meter area and was carried out by Form Architecture. The restaurant layout divided the space according to the needs of the clients. A café area was provided at the front, while the back of the premises were set up for lunch.The idea was to design a gastronomical space creating a natural and relaxed atmosphere. To achieve that, the choice of colors was essential, in a soft pallet combined with the natural light that comes in through the picture windows. The original style was also included in the design, with concrete and brick walls. The project used primarily the silla40 chair created by Isaac Piñeiro from the Nadadora studio and the Magnum chair designed by EstudiHac for the brand.Sancal is a Spanish family business specializing in contemporary upholstered furniture. Their use of color and a timeless, eclectic style, together with the evolution of the style and value-added product design, are some of the foundations that make up and create the firm’s own style, far removed from conventionalism and the limitations of atmospheres in perfect harmony. All of that, and their dedication to people and know-how in producing their upholsteries make the firm a benchmark Spanish company.

Caos hanging lamps at the VRBO Office in Austin, USA. Photo courtesy of a by arturo alvarez.04/15/2020Ever-Spectacular a by arturo alvarez Designer Luminaires Shine in the US

The impressive pendant lamps from a by arturo alvarez brighten hotels, restaurants, offices, events and other facilities around the world.We present the latest projects carried out in one of the Spanish firm’s top markets: the USA, where their luminaires captivate the country’s architecture and interior design studios. The state of Texas is the site of two installations that display their designer pieces: the offices of vacation apartment and cottage rental company VRBO, in Austin, and the Calpine building in the city of Houston.The VRBO offices in Austin shine with the design and color of the Caos suspension luminaire. This handcrafted lamp with recycled cellulose cord has an organic and natural form inspired by the primitive state of the cosmos. Its form and colors seduced RCH Studios, which selected a composition of 15 lamps in a variety of colors to light several common areas in this space.Several miles to the east, in the city of Houston, the elegant and delicate Fluo lamps hang in the lobby of the Calpine building. This installation, designed by the Abel Design Group, is comprised of a composition of over 30 pieces distributed throughout the space. The Fluo suspension lamp is created based on shades made of painted galvanized steel mesh that are joined gracefully around a single point of light. It is a lightweight form that produces the illusion of sheer fabric, like a semitransparent tulle that reveals and hides at the same time, playing with the intuition of the viewer. This designer piece won a Good Design Award in 2009.This same Fluo lamp, in its largest size, also lights the Fairfield County Library in the state of Virginia. The lamp, made up of 16 pieces, creates a large composition that fills this space, designed by the Quinn Evans Architects and Tappé Associates studios, with light and elegance.  The a by arturo alvarez company was created over 25 years ago in a small workshop in the north of Spain, surrounded by nature, where elaborate lamp designs were handcrafted. In 2018, this workshop added a new facility in “O Milladoiro”, La Coruña, designed to improve the creative process for the designer pieces that are exported around the world.

Capdell´s furniture at the Gardiner Museum restaurant in Toronto, Canada. Photo: Courtesy of Capdell.02/13/2020Capdell brings the warmth of Mediterranean furnishings to Canada, Russia and Estonia

 Winters in Canada, Russia and Estonia don't feel quite so cold when you're enjoying a relaxed meal in a restaurant featuring furniture by the Spanish company Capdell, which reflects the warmth of its home on the shores of the Mediterranean.In the restaurant at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto, the only museum in Canada dedicated exclusively to ceramic arts, we find the Eco chairs, designed by Carlos Tiscar and the MJ tables, bringing a touch of serenity and design to the space. The mustard-colored upholstery of the Eco chairs blends with the russet tones and natural textures of the wood and stone which adorn the walls of this eatery, led by chef Bianca Azupardo.In the restaurant “Under the Sea” in the Russian capital, Capdell's designs and use of wood bring the warmth of the "Mare Nostrum". The wooden slats which adorn the walls and the space's roof evoke the movement of ocean waves, and find a visual echo in the back, legs and shape of the NIX chairs, created by Patrick Norguet. These earth tones are rounded out by the shades of gray chosen for the upholstery of the chairs and by the MJ tables. The two furniture lines make this Muscovite restaurant an island haven.Finally, in the Puri restaurant, located at the Haven Kakumäe marina in Tallinn, the chairs and seats from the collection designed by Fran Silvestre look like works of art in this innovative, functional space. Here, near the bar, we also find the Flick stools created by Vicente Soto, which invite us to taste the kitchen's delicious offerings in a more relaxed atmosphere.   

Kettal´s furniture at the Joali resort in the Maldives. Photo: Courtesy of Kettal.11/25/2019Kettal further glamorises the sublime Joali resort in the Maldives

 If you were to dream of a heavenly place in which to relax, surrounded by a turquoise sea, it would probably look like the Maldives. The design studio Autoban created the interior design and some of the architectural elements of the exclusive Joali resort, located on the island of Muravandhoo, which is part of the Raa Atoll. To furnish the hotel’s lounge and the terraces of the villas, the studio chose various collections by the Spanish outdoor furniture brand Kettal.The studio designed this 5-star resort with the idea of fusing the indoor and outdoor spaces of this complex with the exotic and idyllic landscape that surrounds it. In line with the aesthetics of the islands – and using local materials, such as bamboo and coconut fibre – the design team created architectural elements based on traditional and artisanal techniques used by the craftsmen of the Maldives.The resort has 73 luxury villas, some on land while others are over the water. Each one has been beautifully decorated and carefully fitted out down to the very last detail to ensure that guests enjoy a unique experience. The design team were particularly discriminating when choosing the designer furniture, because it had to be both functional and movable. Kettal was the perfect choice as their pieces blend naturally with the Maldivian soul of this hotel complex. Basket armchairs, designed by Nanna & Jorgen Ditzel, can be found in the hotel’s lounge and outdoor areas, as well as on the terraces of the villas. Other Kettal furniture at the hotel includes Club armchairs and Cala dining chairs designed by Doshi Levien, sofas and tables from the Riva collection and Park Life dining tables by Jasper Morrison, and Mesh and Vieques tables designed by Patricia Urquiola. Once again, Kettal has been chosen to furnish a luxury hotel.

Point´s furniture at the Blue Mountain Country Club in South Corea. Photo: Courtesy of Point.09/11/2019Furniture by Point at hotels, villas, spas and clubs around the world

 Next year will mark the 100th anniversary of the Spanish outdoor furniture firm Point. Few firms in the sector can boast of being around for 100 years and being pioneers in design, innovation and top quality. This is at the heart of why Point’s furniture collections have been used for so many projects all over the world.In Gangwon Province, South Korea, surrounded by nature – and at 765 m above sea level – is the Blue Mountain Country Club. Poolside at this exclusive golf club with beautiful mountain views, are relaxing sunbeds, armchairs, and sofas from the Weave collection designed by Vicent Martínez.At the magnificent Dubai Media & Internet City in the UAE is the sophisticated 5-star Grand Plaza Mövenpick Media City Hotel. Collections from Point grace the terraces and pool of this establishment, which has breathtaking views of Dubai’s exclusive Palm Jumeirah and the Emirates Golf Club. Selected pieces include: tables and chairs from the Hamp line, created by Francesc Rifé; armchairs and tables from the Weave collection; Golf and Sunset sunbeds, by Alfonso Gallego and Esther Campos, respectively; the Roma parasol; and the Weekend table, by Juan Santos.Relax at CHI, The Spa, at the exclusive 5-star Shangri-La Hotel in Paris that features sunbeds, armchairs and tables from the U collection by Gabriel Teixidó, or unwind on the Romantic sunbed or in Alfonso Gallego's Bubble armchairs.Lastly, and in the Americas, the luxurious Rancho Punta Mita villas in Mexico have been fitted out with Golf sofas, Hamp armchairs, U sunbeds and Lineal sunbeds designed by Gabriel Teixidó, and with Mist lamps created by Estudi{H}ac. Similarly, in the USA, Francesc Rifé’s seating and tables from the Pal collection furnish the terrace of Hotel G in San Francisco.

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