3daysofdesign 2022 | Nuura Introduces their New Showroom
Lighting brand Nuura celebrated the opening of their new Copenhagen showroom as part of 3DaysofDesign, with a preview of their latest collections and the opportunity to participate in their design talk series or ‘Focus on Wellbeing’ events.
Housed in a historical building in Frederiksgade in central Copenhagen, Nuura’s new showroom space provided the perfect opportunity to introduce their latest collections, alongside the explorative discussions and wellbeing events they hosted as part of their participation in 3daysofdesign 2022.
Guests to the Nuura showroom were treated to an exclusive look at some of their latest lighting ranges, including Apiales, Rizzatto, Miira, Anoli, Blossi and Liila collections. Quality lighting is at the very heart of each collection and an element Nuura believes is essential to our wellbeing. During 3daysofdesign, Nuura offered visitors the chance to start their day with a few simple exercises led by Sofia from Ro Therapy & Yoga alongside a healthy breakfast to help ease visitors into their exciting and busy event days ahead.
With the chandelier as the ever-present foundation for their collections, Nuura co-founder Sofie Refer and designer and architect Paolo Rizzatto also hosted a series of design talks where they discussed the evolution of the chandelier, reiterated the importance of lighting and spoke about their collaboration in crafting their Nuura Rizzatto collection together.
The Blossi Floor lamp by Nuura in black with an opal glass features mouth-blown opal white glass capturing a timeless and inherently Nordic silhouette, a piece influenced by the golden light during Autumn in the Nordic forest where sunlight reflects on the coloured leaves.
Pipkorn and Kilpatrick pursue a boldly contemporary addition to the rear of an original Californian Bungalow, reframing its architectural heritage and providing entertaining space for a growing teenage brood.
Home to an active young family with teenage children, this house was in need of both open and intimate retreat spaces. So when the brief called for a modern extension to accommodate their growing children, designers Pipkorn & Kilpatrick were called in to expertly fuse the old with the new. Contemporary yet sensitive to its history, the revamp of this classic Californian Bungalow in Melbourne’s Elwood neighbourhood has got everything going for it.
A clean, minimal approach was taken to the new pool house and additional dining room which links to the original house. This saw the conversion of the flat-roof garage into a flexible entertaining zone complete with a billiard room, lounge seating that becomes bedding and a cosy indoor fireplace with a self-contained kitchenette and bathroom. Vitra Cork Family Stools and an Armadillo rug soften the interior. Outside, the BBQ and custom built, bluestone-clad fireplace create a warm and inviting zone for use all year around.