Spacon & X styles pared-again Gamar home furnishings array

Spacon & X styles pared-again Gamar home furnishings array

Danish architecture and structure studio Spacon & X collaborated with German manufacturer e15 to build this home furnishings collection for Copenhagen restaurant POPL, which is produced utilizing ash wood with a exclusive grain.

Spacon & X was questioned to produce the interior for the POPL cafe in Copenhagen’s Christianshavn neighbourhood, such as a selection of custom-created wood furniture.

Spacon & X established the interiors for the POPL restaurant in Copenhagen

The studio labored with Frankfurt-based mostly e15 to produce the Gamar chair and stool, which are shortlisted in the seating structure group of Dezeen Awards 2021.

POPL is the latest addition to the Noma cafe household and is operate by a group of former personnel of the well known eatery, which was proven in 2004.

GAMAR furniture by e15 is pictured stacked
The cafe has a heat and muted aesthetic

Spacon & X’s uncomplicated design for the personalized-designed chair, stool, tables and valet stand contributes to a holistic inside scheme with a heat and understated aesthetic that reflects Noma’s signature fashion.

“We have generally admired Noma’s technique to its merchandise – from the unique elements to the holistic expertise, every factor demonstrates good attention to detail,” claimed Spacon & X architect and companion, Malene Hvidt.

The home furnishings selection was titled Gamar

“This is also how we approached the structure for POPL, and the design and style of the tailor made-produced home furnishings in the room with interest and care for the specifics and with the objective to recreate the heat welcome Noma is so perfectly identified for,” she extra.

The Gamar chair and stool created for POPL function a basic, archetypal framework influenced by Shaker furnishings, as very well as by classic Nordic and Japanese furnishings-earning strategies.

Spacon & X chose to deliver the home furniture from coronary heart ash, which functions a golden colour that contrasts with the potent, brown grain of the main wooden.

The wooden was sourced from the Odenwald forest in close proximity to Frankfurt and is completed with a matt distinct lacquer that accentuates the grain.

GAMAR bar stool designed by Spacon & X and e15
Studio e15 made a barstool employing ash wooden

“For me, the concentration of this undertaking is on the use of purely natural components and craftsmanship,” added e15 co-founder Philipp Mainzer. “This is very much in line with the strategy to our do the job at e15.”

The chair was the setting up stage from which the relaxation of the selection advanced. It brings together thick and sturdy rods utilized for the legs with flat elements for the seat, again and bracing things.

Image of an ash dining chair designed by e16
The chairs have cylindrical legs and a rectangular backrest

At the again of the chair, the cylindrical legs extend via the seat and slot neatly into semi-round grooves that are milled into the sound backrest.

The style and design of the barstool functions the similar aspects as the chair, with the legs lengthened and a footrest included.

Detail image of a GAMAR chair by e15
Grooves have been milled into the backrest to in shape into the structural supports

The valet stand contains a thick horizontal rod supported by easy legs, although the tables feature a pedestal foundation and surfaces built from Richlite – a resilient composite of recycled paper and bio resin.

In the restaurant environment, the home furnishings is complemented by equipped joinery in a comparable small type, alongside with uncovered brickwork and concrete surfaces that introduce further more textural features.

Person sat on a GAMAR chair by e15
The barstool was equipped with a footrest

e15 was proven in 1995 and has turn out to be a top company of premium furniture designed by renowned architects and designers.

The company has worked with British architect David Chipperfield on products including a small home furnishings collection designed from straightforward picket planks and a modular workstation produced working with classic joinery techniques.

The business has also collaborated with New York designer David Weeks to produce a wood toy that resembles the Bigfoot, and invited learners from Swiss college ÉCAL to build objects based on its tooth-shaped Backenzahn stool.