Design Awards 2017: best of a rest

January 28, 2017 - table lamp

Best Colada Parlour
We’re removing into a suggestion with a contemporary cocktail lounge

De Intuitiefabriek’s new cupboard for Böwer got us forgetful of how a quintessential cocktail basement competence look. Teaming it with Dimore Studio’s ‘Poltrona 081’ chair, Giorgetti’s new bar operation and Mathieu Lehanneur’s ‘Spring’ light helped a loll find a groove, somewhere between 1930s deco decline and late-1960s Barbarella cool. We also secure out a year’s best reconstruction of a classical cocktail. The matcha colada takes that kitsch pleasant tipple, a piña colada, and brings it adult to date regulating immature tea powder. Inspired by a chronicle called The Way of a Warrior during New York bar Pouring Ribbons, ours contains orange and pineapple juice, coconut cream, vanilla, Rhum JM rum and a hold of matcha.

Pictured: ‘Secant’ building Light, cost on request, by Daniel Rybakken, for J HILL’s Standard. ‘Shade’ cabinet, €2,280, by De Intuïtiefabriek, for Bower. Family Reserve Gin, £30, by Hayman’s. City of London Dry Gin, £35, from city of london distillery. Jensen’s Old Tom Gin, £26, from a blockade exchange. dodd’s Kew Organic Gin, £29, from master of malt. Rhum JM Cognac Cask Finish, £80; williamson tea Mini Green Matcha elephant, £25, both from harvey nichols. ‘URKIOLA’ pitcher, from £80, by Patricia Urquiola, for Georg Jensen. ‘Cold cooler’, €150, by Claesson Koivisto rune, for Smaller Objects. ‘Shadow’ Glass Set, £36, by Tonfisk Design Oy, for Clerkenwell London. ‘Jour’ Glassware (also on coffee table), cost on request, by Inga SempÉ, for Nude. ‘Giorgetti’ cocktail set, cost on request, by Giorgetti. ‘Landscape’ rug, £1,727, by Hella Jongerius, for Danskina. ‘LUDWIG’ cabinet, cost on request, by Andrea Parisio, for Meridiani. ‘Domino Next’ coffee table, from £2,021, by Nicola Gallizia, for Molteni C. ‘Spring’ lamp, cost on request, by Mathieu Lehanneur, for Carpenters Workshop Gallery. ‘Poltrona 081’ chair, cost on request, by Dimore Studio. ‘Issey Miyake’ Plate, £20, by Iittala, for Skandium. ‘Aerial’ building lamp, cost on request, by Bjørn outpost basement Berg and Falke Svatun. ‘Lead Colour’ paint, £38 per 2.5 litres, by Little Greene. ‘Mosaic’ wallcovering in mylar, £41 per m; ‘monochrome’ wallcovering in serene, £119 per roll, both by arte. ‘Mystone Pietra di Vals’ tiles, cost on request, by Marazzi.

Photography: Matthew Donaldson. Interiors: Olly Mason. Food stylist: Maud Eden. Writer: Emma Moore

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