The team describe Post Service as a “facilitation studio working with discussions around death, grief and nourishment.” With the design of such a space often being neglected,
With Julius Værnes Iversen at the helm, Tableau is a multidisciplinary studio that functions as an art gallery, design studio, concept store and florist. The studio has a passion for product design and a knack for collaboration, often working with different artists, designers and craftsmen in the process of new creations. Renowned for their big and small floral installations within
Leading the whole interior project, the studio orchestrated everything from the choice of colours on the walls to the curating of objects and furniture. The generous apartment includes a myriad of
For the office, the team created a one-of-a-kind crystal desk made from Azul Macaubas, a type of quartz. When entering the space, visitors are met by walls and ceilings painted in mint, lavender, blue, and even silver tones.
Each room contains several art pieces specially created for the space or chosen from Tableau’s own curation of art and design. The artists and designers are both emerging and established from across the globe featuring work from Laurids Gallée, Jacob Egeberg, Kristine Mandsberg, Carsten Inderelst, Arnaud Eubelen, and many others. All objects and pieces were chosen carefully to create a specific flow of energy throughout the space, working with the functionality of each room that the objects and pieces are in.
The guidance inherent to this process encourages clients to become mindful of their senses, play with different materials, allow design and art to impact them and take them deeper into the well of feelings and emotions while still holding space for them to unpack their lived experience in a safe environment.
Death and grief are taboo topics in many cultures which makes open discussions of the subjects difficult. Post Service welcomes an approach of playfulness, curiosity, and creativity through the objects and pieces which all have their own story and personality behind them. The space aims to be not only beautiful, but a place where both body and mind are engaged and cared for.
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