Design for Urban Living

Snapshot #20


Posted on June 30th, by David Bjorngaard in Elements, The Moment. No Comments

I’m a fan of this commercial carpet from Ege, which shows the full range of possibilities being produced in the commercial carpet world. The advances in technology are allowing for greater creativity in design, and performance durability. I would even recommend this carpet in a kids playroom or rec room, as stains and spills would be easily cleanable. I’m excited to utilize the technology in the residential world.  Enjoy!

The intricate design goes from the floor up the wall (which could either be carpet or wall covering) in this break room at Google Dublin.

The intricate design goes from the floor up the wall (which could either be carpet or wall covering) in this break room at Google Dublin.

Wavy design is reflected in the glass and mirror in the hallway of Hallertauer Voksbank, Germany.

Wavy design is reflected in the glass and mirror.

I like the watercolor effect of this Esosha carpet. Has a great modern feeling.

I like the watercolor effect of this Esosha carpet. Has a great modern feeling.

Elevator in the Hotel le Clervaux, Luxembourg

Elevator in the Hotel le Clervaux, Luxembourg

Lazul Octo by Ege has a fun, modern perspective.

Lazul Octo provides a fun, contemporary perspective to a room.

Install solid color carpet in an geometric design to add interest to your room.

Install solid color carpet in an geometric design to add interest to your room…I’m not convinced by the furniture, though!

Nivaagaard Museum, Denmark

Thin installation at the Nivaagaard Museum, Denmark reminds me of the Met Home living room we designed at ODADA (click here, and view last image in post).

The large scale of this mid-century chain feels modern.

The large scale of this mid-century chain feels modern.

Kisama, Montgolfier

Kisama has a nice mottled design, which would be perfection a high-rise or loft. And I love the pendants.

David Bjørngaard, June 2015





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