Swiss Design: Summer Scenes
Smart and functional, with a sleek aesthetics or playful twist, how does Swiss design look like today ?
Make space presents its Summer Scenes, a selection of contemporary interior accessories crafted by established and emerging designers based in Switzerland.
Experimenting with shapes and materials, they build on their technical know-how to create artful pieces, or rethink traditional craftmanship with a contemporary vision. Glass, clay, textile, cast iron or wood, the special attention given to the material is highlighted by refined lines. Each object is thoughtfully designed, with a flawless finish.
Take a glance at today’s Swiss design.
ON THE TABLE
Ceramic collection by GUS Studio, handcrafted in Lausanne.
Parrot carafe and glasses by Tomas Kral for Nude Glass.
Wooden spoon and bowl by Carlo Clopath for Okro Gallery.
Everyday cutlery by Big-Game for HAY.
Public spaces ceramic plate by Laurin Schaub.
Linen tablecloth by Oona.
French California conscious fashion collection by Pascale Cornu.
ART & CRAFTS
Specula, poured and silvered glass, by Philipe Cramer, edited by Mobilab Gallery.
MDT Hourglasses vase by Renaud Defrancesco , edited by Mobilab Gallery.
Public spaces plate by Laurin Schaub, terrazzo feel for this ceramic collection.
Haw-Lin carpet by Schoenstaub in collaboration with Haw-lin by Jacob Klein & Nathan Cowen.
Fumidai box & stool by Big-Game for Japanese brand Idee.
Ceramic vases of the Atlas collection by Isabell Gatzen.
Glass vase Diversità by SCMP Design office, combining flat glass and molded glass.
Liana plant holder by Superlife studio, supporting green life as it grows.
Stackable Chair by Jörg Boner for Wogg.
Kuro mirror by Bertille Laguet, edited by Mobilab Gallery, playing with light reflections on black cast iron.
These Summer Scenes have been created by Make space journal, in collaboration with Get it Studio.
Selection, concept & styling : ©Geraldine Morand,
with the contribution of Mélanie Tissot-Begg.
Photogaphy : ©Get-It Studio