By trimming away the non-essentials, Pawson’s style allows for architecture to breathe while encouraging people to engage directly with the volumes, light, and materials of a given space. His intentional emphasis on the look and feel of materials, and the value of negative space create a refreshing sense of calm in his constructions. Such is the case with Baron House, a holiday home located in Skåne, Sweden. By combining local materials and traditional architectural forms with full-height windows and an almost entirely white interior, Baron House is a modern re-interpretation of the Swedish farmhouse that is both minimalistic and inviting.
To make its dining area welcoming and warm, Pawson selected the iconic CH24 Wishbone Chair, designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1949. “I have always admired Wegner,” says Pawson, who has incorporated Wegner’s designs into many interior design projects, “and, as a young man, I purchased several of his furniture pieces, including the Wishbone Chair.” Like Pawson’s own work, the CH24 epitomizes modernism’s emphasis on quality materials, clean lines, and craftsmanship. “Wegner’s ability to proportion his furniture,” continues Pawson, “and add details, texture, and a quality finish is unsurpassed.”
Sage green accents, marble and natural wood meet bright spaces and organic designs in the new renovated Berry Bros. & Rudd HQ by London-based architectural firm Mowat & Company.
ASW Architekci and Superfutures honor the Polish city’s rich artistic and historic heritage creating a boutique hotel with a blend of Hans J. Wegner designs and contemporary, post-industrial chic aesthetics.
The exceptionally beautiful Podernuovo srl Società Agricola vineyard lies around 100 km southeast of Siena, surrounded by undulating landscape filled with old olive trees and grapevines stretching as far as the eye can see.
At Sticks’n’Sushi on King’s Road in London, Norm Architects uses furniture by Hans J. Wegner to create coherence in the restaurant.
A run-down 80ies building in the heart of Islington was transformed by natural materials and daylight along with a 22 meters tall sculpture, and today the building stands as a modern and thriving office building.
Sumptuous rays of daylight, a delicate balance between white, black and gray, and high-quality furniture has transformed a 1929 South Africa cottage into a coherent multi-units home.
When you choose a Carl Hansen & Søn product, you gain more than just a piece of furniture. You become part of a proud tradition of distinctive and beautiful craftsmanship, where nothing has been left to chance. The world’s largest manufacturer of furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner, we also produce works by renowned design masters such as Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen, Ole Wanscher, Kaare Klint, Poul Kjærholm, Mogens Koch, Bodil Kjær and Tadao Ando. Carl Hansen & Søn represents over 100 years of Danish design history and our furniture is sold all over the world.