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Astounding Design Projects Featuring Vondom’s Furniture PiecesMonday 10 July 2017
Being widely recognised for their design culture, the luxury brand, Vondom, creates exciting and prestigious collections that grant a new dimension to interior spaces. They are able to create a thrilling dialogue between environment and form, Vondom’ furniture pieces have the capacity to transform a simple space into a completely glamorous sanctuary. In today’s article, COVETED will bring you three astounding design projects that feature the brand’s stunning furniture designs.
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♣ Bouet Restaurant ♣
Bouet is a new Restaurant that has been created entirely by Ramon Esteve’s studio, offering a hedonistic and sensorial gastronomic experience.
The combination of new and existing materials gives it the relaxing yet classy atmosphere of ancient cities that has become quite trendy over the years. The interiors are filled with the most stunning pieces from Vondom’s, including the bar stools from the Faz Collection, conceding an exclusive and elegant design to the restaurant. The rustic materials coexist with other more refined, like copper and marble, contributing to an apparent industrial character to the atmosphere.
“Feelings and ideas are not only transmitted by their cuisine, but also by their premises and manners. A place where sophistication and casualness come together naturally with only one aim: the idea of gastronomy as a
culture and a way of life.”
♣ Hotel Mongrove, Sanya ♣
The new 7-star hotel, Mangrove, located on the island of Sanya, Rep of China, is a paradise in the middle of the Southern China Sea, where art, luxury and elegance are everywhere.
Each of the Hotel hallways has artworks by West Pike Milan, having as well the world’s longest artwork by this artist.
At the hotel there is an underwater church, suitable for exclusive and original weddings. The Diamond Bar has a glass roof through which you can see the clouds, the sun… but if looking at the hotel from the air, it looks like a diamond embedded in the sky.
Each of the 29 villas has been designed with exquisite style to make each guest feel exclusive. Outside, one can unwind in Vondom’s outdoor furniture while sipping on a delicious cocktail, the Doux sofas, the Faz sun chaise, the Bum Bum, the Vela daybeds, the Rosinante are just some of the enticing furniture designs one can benefit from.
In the hotel’s various restaurants, design tables and chairs of the Wing, Ufo and Pezzetina collections have been chosen to provide ultimate dining comfort and experience, while being delighted with delicious and exquisite dishes prepared by international chefs.
Around the pool, you will find the Rest Sun chaises. And on the bar, alongside the pool are the stools and tables of both Wing and Spritz collections. In the surroundings of the hotel, there are bungalows, where guests can enjoy, have a refreshing drink and chat around Moma tables.
♣ Wanda Hotel, Shanghai ♣
Wanda Hotel is designed by the prominent architect Norman Foster. The aesthetics of the sleek interiors are characteristically Art Deco strong throughout. The streamlined motifs and artwork emphasise the luxury of this property and enhance the experience of the guests.
The Wanda Hotel is comprised of 193 generous rooms and 14 suites and it also contains five stunning restaurants, including the MAC, a terrace location established by renowned French chef Marc Meneau.
This hotel takes your body and eyes into a fulfilling journey where one can enjoy unobstructed views over the city fro the comfort and beauty of the furniture by Vondom – FAZ designed by Ramón Esteve and ADAN, designed by Teresa Sapey.
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