JBW Wagner: A Dream Team From Berlin

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A wonderful, timeless little residential project in Copenhagen: In order to keep up with the Scandinavian style, brightness and openness characterize the appearance of this apartment. Designed in cooperation with the architect Steen Savery Trojaborg from the office Dissing + Weitling, the interior combines a deliberately minimalist design with friendly homeliness. The surfaces of the shelves and the sideboard are painted in high-gloss white, while the boards made of pine wood as a counterbalance to form a warm contrast.

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Park Lane – London.
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Park Lane – London.
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Park Lane – London. This is often a bit more opulent than elsewhere. The challenge was to integrate the existing furniture and the love of the customer for Lalique products in particular, and Art Deco furniture in general, in the classic modern overall concept. In addition to the overall design of the rooms, as well as the production of the built-in furniture and the doors, they also designed individual pieces, carpets, fittings and lamps based on templates from the 1930s and further developed.

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This one was considered a great project. JBW Wagner really appreciated the intercultural exchange with the Israeli architects. Bright colors, lots of art, discreet oriental ornamentation and a largely modern, timeless design. The highlight from their point of view was the planning and production of the lounge furniture, which despite its size, has been perfectly integrated into its surroundings.

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See also: THE INNER HOUSE: PASSIONATE INTERIOR DESIGN

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