The Ferdinand chair mixes two traditional materials, metal and wood, into an elegant and versatile chair. It's tactile silhouette makes it an ideal chair for any in- or outdoor occasion, switching from dining table to terrace in a heartbeat.
Barba is a soft, voluptuous sofa that looks as if several pieces of cotton candy are stuck together. The thin legs are a reference to the wooden stick that forms the base of a cotton candy. The seat is held together by the back- and armrests so it looks as if it’s floating, which gives the sofa an airy feeling.
Soft, voluptuous shapes. An accumulation of layers. A modest but welcoming character. It all adds up to Royale, an armchair and ottoman. The idea behind Royale was to immerse people in comfort. Due to a special internal structure the back is able to bend slightly backwards, giving Royale the kind of comfort that is fit for a king (and queen).
Qi is about the energy that is believed to flow through invisible pathways. At first glance the metal box and the wooden base seem independent to one another. But appearances can be deceptive. We’ve made the unique energy-flow visible on the backside, using red sunken screws.
The name ‘Waffles’ is a tribute to vintage sneakers from the ‘70s and a promise to potential customers that their feet are in for a real treat.
We wanted to craft an environment similar to that of a candy store. White tiles covering both the wall behind the counter and the counter itself generate the desired atmosphere. All shelves are in the form of simplified waffles: the material used is coated foam, which refers to the pliancy of sneaker soles, especially those found on earlier models. A reflective backdrop allows shoppers to see shoes from both sides.
What’s more, the experience of shopping at Waffles is enhanced with the delicious aroma of waffles sprayed throughout the shop each day.