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BAR ESSENTIALS

April 12, 2017


When it’s time to sit back and have a cocktail at the end of a long day, the atmosphere must be perfect. This week, we bring you five designs that will turn your apartment into the swankiest Happy Hour in the City.
HB BAR CART
Horst Bruning, 1968 | 2016
The HB Bar Cart was originally designed by Horst Brüning in 1968 and reintroduced by Lange Production in 2015. Featuring high-tech scratch resistant surfaces, elegantly hand wrapped handles and industrial grade castors, this bar cart has all the makings of a future classic.
TUMBLERS
Richard Meier, 2016
Much like his architecture, Richard Meier also employs classically modernist vocabulary within his objects. His pieces are exquisitely proportioned and elegantly scaled. His crystal Tumblers are no exception. Each of the six in every set of glasses is uniquely etched with different designs, but remain a cohesive collection.
CB-28 LOW BACK
Craig Bassam & Scott Fellows, 2014
A follow-up to Bassamfellow’s Spindle Chair, the Spindle Bar Stool Low-Back upholds the very same elemental simplicity found in its predecessor. The design features a solid wood ergonomic seat with a finely carved backrest, resting atop of metal spindles and legs that provide a “weightless” quality of elegance.
BARBARA
Thomas Sandell, 2004
The Barbara Bottle Opener is designed by Thomas Sandell, one of Sweden’s most successful designers. Inspired by the fictional character, Barbapapa, this item is almost a pound of solid brass and will make a great gift for any special occasion.
POP STOOL
Piere Sindre & Patrik Bengtsson, 2015
Functionality and practicality are the driving forces behind the Pop Stool. Contemporary and forward-thinking, the Pop stool adds a modern yet playful edge wherever it finds itself. In addition to being height-adjustable, the wooden stool is compact and versatile, allowing it to fit exceptionally well into any space.
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