“Time for yourself” -Was the theme of the D’days design festival in Paris, organized by the Hermes Design Award. The Austrian studio Chmara-Rosinke with their Japanese influenced timber daybed was attributed the first prize.
Ania Rosinke, co-founder of the Vienna-based studio, put together an organic and private daybed thanks to three built-in colorful fabric screens. The light-weight wooden rods rest on two massive blocks of pine creating a minimalist combination of slim and stability. But the austere design is gracefully broken by the choice of raw wood, such that your imagination can almost sense the smell of pine.
The delicate fabrics and the combination of colors and textiles offers a true sense of cocooning and serenity. The cushioned roll mat lies across the bed providing a softer surface to relax on. The modular pastel fabric screens are the key to this piece; they create the privacy needed for the use. It’s a unique place that invites you for a quick and comfortable rest or just a perfect bench to get your thoughts together.