Furniture investigation 01


Surfing the web and pinning, a while ago I found nook architects, three architects from Barcelona with a very intriguing apartment remodeling. I liked this living room-kitchen, bright and spacious they created for the twin house.

Navegando y pinneando, hace un tiempo encontré a nook architects, tres arquitectos de Barcelona con unas reformas de pisos muy sugerentes. Me gustó este salón-cocina, luminoso y espacioso que crearon para la twin house.



And besides of surfing and find  these interiors, another thing I like to do is to recognize the pieces of furniture they use. Sometimes I take it as a guessing game. I like when they use a mix of designed pieces with more affordable objects (like Ikea) or found on the street.

Y a parte de navegar y fijarme en estos interiores, otra cosa que me gusta hacer es reconocer las piezas de mobiliario. A veces me lo tomo como un juego de adivinanzas. Me gusta cuando se mezclan piezas de diseño con objetos más asequibles (véase Ikea) o encontrados en la calle.


1 | Thonet Modelo: S32
Designer: Marcel Breuer y Mart Stam
Year: 1929-1930
Classic designs made of steel tube. Its most important feature is the aesthetic combination of tubular steel, wood and wicker braiding. It is a design result of Breuer’s years in Berlin (1928-1931), when he split from Bauhaus and became independent as an architect and interior designer.

2 | Silla CH24 Wishbone 60 Years
Designer: Hans J. Wegner
Year: 1950
This chair has become the most popular of Carl Hansen’s firm Carl Hansen, a global design icon.

3 | Taburete Usine

4 | Alseda
Designer: IKEA of Sweden
Pouf made with banana fibers.

5 | Tarnby
Designer: IKEA of Sweden
Hand-woven carpets made by skilled craftsmen.

6 | Regolit
Designer: IKEA of Sweden
Lamp made of rice paper, each screen is handmade.

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