Bernard Dubois Architects

Interior design and furniture for Patricia Low Contemporary. Gstaad, Switzerland, 2013. (Photos Maxime Delvaux).

Most of the interior design work in this project was about making the space and the details as simple as possible, in order to provide the most neutral context to display art. The most formal aspect of this project is the furniture for the front desk. Legs of the table are made of black, green and pink marble, with simple geometric forms such as a U, a X and a L. Those are designed to hide the computers. Above those is a massive wallnut desk, with 4 holes for the cables. On top on the desk are 2 white marble objects, based on a hexagone and a pentagone, designed to contain papers and folders. This furniture, although referencing to Memphis design or Dutch architecural design from the nineties, is made of massive, opulent and quality materials, in contrast with the humorous aspect of the geometrical forms. So does it fit the famous ski resort.

Bernard Dubois Architects