Hem & Philippe Malouin joined forces for last week’s NYCxDesign ’17 in New York to examine varying screen solutions and what is meant by separating a space. Along the the 3D sketches and examples of space divider, the installation was outfitted with pieces from Hem’s collection with designers such as Max Lamb like the Splatter Stool, Luca Nichetto and Sylvain Willenz.
Hem’s founder Petrus Palmér along with Brittney Hart from WeWork along with Philippe Malouin spoke on a panel about the way workplace design is changing in our current a digital age where nomadic working is becoming standard. You can hear the entire talk here, hosted by Dezeen’s founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs.
Designed by Paul Hedqvist and built in 1957, a renovated home with large windows and kitchen from Kvänum gets a new style. Thanks to Annaleena who employed the help of some of her own products in the form of candleholders and tables, the space has a unique style that’s modern and lush. The warm cabinets in the kitchen against the steel backslash is surprisingly lovely.
Tables and candleholders from her shop, the beautiful Gubi Stay sofa, mirrored table from Perspective Studio, Fritz Hansen Series 7 chairs, Hem’s Key side table, Taccia lamp by Flos (which I’ve been seeing so much of lately) the Mantis wall lamp, and the beautiful suede boxes and trays by Nordstjerne.
I may or may not have just pre-ordered Max Lamb’s Last Splatter stool from Hem. ;)
I’m going to make it my goal this week to post more regularly here. It can get tricky when both of the kids are running around my feet but sometimes I can sneak away for 5 or ten minutes and it might be just enough time to post a quick update. Let’s se…
Hem recently went to Copenhagen with Lotta Agaton and the results are, unsurprisingly beautiful. I especially like their new Chain Tower and the Last Stools.
A bit more of my styling for HEM, of their Kuu lamp.
You might remember One Nordic Company, over a year ago now, who is now HEM. I finished up some styling of a few of their products and shared a few images on my Instagram but here’s another peek. You can follow them here to see the rest of my work!