ARTEMPO

Where time becomes art. This interior project was inspired by the namesake exhibition and explores the relationship between design and time. We used natural materials that would age uniquely over the years, creating their own particular patina to reveal their hidden beauty.

  • Brick Lane Cutlery

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    Brick Lane Cutlery
  • Alabaster Tealight

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    Alabaster Tealight
  • Wabi Textured Bowl

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    Wabi Textured Bowl
  • Mesa Nero Table

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    Heerenhuis Mesa Nero Black Oak Table
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"This building is a modern take on a mid-century house, so we wanted to design a contemporary interior with a link to mid-century architecture. The interior was tough, but still elegant and beautiful in its simplicity.” — Floris Koch

The Space

Open floor plans, lots of light and soft natural textures

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    Heerenhuis Cargo armchair in living room
  • Hide Desk

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    Heerenhuis Hide Desk Credenza Enter The Loft
  • Candle Pin

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    Candle Pin
  • Duo Wool Blanket

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    Duo Wool Blanket
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NATURAL SIMPLICITY

We gave natural materials centre-stage in this interior. Their subtle beauty and soft hues created the perfect backdrop.

As a general rule of thumb, try creating an interior that's not too trend-sensitive, but rather timeless: something to be enjoyed for years to come. We achieve this by combining natural materials with soft, earthy tones. We love creating spaces where the time in the material is visible, or will become over time. This is why we don’t over-treat materials, so that they can become pleasantly lived-in and, as time passes, they can tell stories of their own.