High quality and individuality are very important to us, which is why we chose to focus on unique pieces for our interior design. On the one hand they consist of antique originals, like the old books inherited from my grandfather Jonny, on the other hand they are timeless design pieces. Swiss interior designer Romana Durisch scoured vintage shops and markets with Ann to source the eclectic furniture that decorates the store. They strived to create a balance between professionalism and wellbeing. Like the apartment of a good friend, which you like to visit and where you enjoy staying longer.
This old showcase once was made by the famous swiss brand Bally to display shoes at the Bally House.
The Freeform Sofa by Isamu Noguchi, designed around 1950, is entirely different from other designs of the same period, like an enlarged sculpture of flat, rounded river stones. We added these walnut stools by Charles & Ray Eames from the same time period. The Eames Office was commissioned by Time Inc. to outfit the interiors of three lobbies in New York's Rockefeller Center. As part of this project, Charles and Ray Eames designed the plush Lobby Chairs and a series of solid walnut stools.
The black marble sculpture of a laying face was stone carved by my uncle, walnut table by Charles & Ray Eames, cheetah picture by the talented Megan Galante.
Plywood Chairs by Charles & Ray Eames, table & vases by HK Living - books by my granddad.
Painting by my engraver Peter Aebi.
Old jewelry displays found on flea markets.