Furniture For Life at Quoz Arts Fest at Alserkal Avenue
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Why is it that some products last for so much longer? Some of our suppliers talk about 150 years, others about many generations, others give 25 years warranty and others a whole lifetime warranty.
Their long life cycle comes from a combination of proper raw materials, high craftsmanship standards and well-thought design. All are intended to be passed onto future generations.
For this set-up, the furniture is made by Carl Hansen & Son, the lighting by Louis Poulsen, the wood flooring by Khars, and wall paint by Jotun. Interior Design done by Styled Habitat.
The pendant, called PH Artichoke, is made of separate metal leaves powder coated on the underside to relfect the light. The fixture provides a 100% glare-free light. The 72 precisely positioned leaves form 12 unique rows of six leaves each. They illuminate the fixture as well as emitting diffused light.
This AJ52 desk, called Society Table, is made of a fine-structured leather top wrapping tightly around a tubular metal frame. Its slender design comes from a fluid fusion of Bauhaus, functionalism and industrial design. The daybed OW150 is made of solid wood, natural down filing and upholstered mattress. The design consists of a single long cushion, with buttons to create a square pattern, floating above an angular frame. The CH24 wishbone chair, is made of solid oak wood with the backrest in laminate solid wood for extra strength and a paper-cord woven seat. The design breakthrough in this chair is in combining the backrest and arms into a single piece of steam bent solid sood.
The OW149 Colonial chair is made of solid wood, rattan seat and upholstered cushions. It's design is modern minimalist with historical roots, showcasing a slim and refined frame where ligthly curved armrests rise to a point before taking a turn downward.
Please come experience these design classics at ikonhouse showroom in Alserkal Avenue.