Black and white Little Saturday in display mode at 2013 Stockholm Furniture Fair.
The “Komedianten” cultural centre in Varberg, Sweden, have Cosmos tables in oak present at several locations. The centre is an addition to the head library from 1981 and now joins art, theatre, temporary exhibitions and café to the library. Building by Nyréns Arkitektkontor and interior by Abako.
Read more in the Swedish review of architecture blog.
The bar stool’s back rest is a refined version of the traditional Swedish “pinnstol”. Go see it the next time you visit Stockholm. They have great oysters too, we’ve heard.
We are very happy to announce that a composition of Cosmos and Ester tables as well as Audrey stools has been chosen for the interior of Atrium Ljungberg’s new headquarters. Atrium Ljungberg works primarily with retail and office properties and is one of Sweden’s largest real estate companies listed on the stock exchange. Specifying architect for the project is BSK Arkitekter and the interior was delivered through AB Evert Lindelöf.
We are happy to announce that Väla shopping centre in a recent procurement has chosen a large number of black upholstered Audrey stools for their new food court. Located outside of Helsingborg Väla offers one of Sweden’s largest selection of shops and restaurants. The expansion, which is taking place in two stages, will be completed in 2012 at which time 170 shops and 9 restaurants will be present. Specifying architect is Ågrenkonsult.
Minus tio supplies Ester side tables in black with brass shelf for the interior of Eld restaurant located in the middle of Trondheim, Norway. As the name Eld (Norwegian for fire) suggests the speciality is barbecue and from the open kitchen the guests will be able to see the flames from the grill. The restaurant opens on the 28th of January 2011.
Minus tio is a proud supplier of stools and tables to a new coffee shop in Oslo, Norway. The “Café Laundromat” is not the ordinary coffee place:
“Café Laundromat is a unique concept where people with different interests can meet in a friendly place. This is a not-so-ordinary café with the aim of being a meeting place for ordinary people. Here our guests can combine a cafe visit with laundry in a friendly environment. We have a large library, with Norwegian and international magazines and books available for our guests.
Laundry. One of our main themes is that we have a laundry in the house. Those of our guests who do not have their own washing machine at home can come here for the “Laundry Day”, they can have a bite to eat, drink coffee or sit in our library and read a good book while waiting for the spotlessly clean laundry.
Library. With over 3000 books our library is one of the largest libraries in Oslo which is not municipal owned. Here you can find all kind of books, from old classics to new comics and our archive continues to grow. It will be possible for our customers to borrow these books.”
The interior is made by Simon James Design. Environmental concern and recycling are fundamental in the design and vintage Scandinavian furniture is mixed with brand new. The whole interior has a touch of cottage from the 50 – and 60′s.
Minus tio has delivered Audrey bar stools and Ester side tables.