Fair Booth, Eternit Floor, Designers’ Saturday

Langenthal, Switzerland
Photo © Lionel Henriod
Photo © Lionel Henriod
Photo © Lionel Henriod
Photo © Lionel Henriod
Photo © Lionel Henriod
Photo © Lionel Henriod
Interior Designers
Frédéric Dedelley Produkt- und Raumgestaltung
Langenthal, Switzerland
Project + Realization
Département infrastructures Genève Aéroport
Bassicarella architectes SA, Genève
Wallpaper design, collaboration
Martin Stöcklin, Zürich
Girsberger Customized Furniture, Bützberg

The Japanese-inspired indoor garden allows for sensual contact with the product.

With our pavilion, we created a space-in-space situation and the exterior world was brought inside in two different ways. Shielded from the hall, the audience can view and feel the exhibits and while exploring the topography of the installation: Eternit floor tiles in diverse colors, products of fiber cement like the famous chair by Willy Guhl, or new hand made flowerpots. A surprising walk through an artificial-artistic garden world, inspired by the guest country Japan.

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Other Projects by Frédéric Dedelley Produkt- und Raumgestaltung

“Exotic?” at Palais de Rumine
Lausanne, Switzerland
Burri Family Office
Glattbrugg, Switzerland
St. Pirminius Catholic Church
Pfungen, Switzerland
Seley Seating
Glarus, Switzerland
VIP Pavilion, Geneva Airport
Geneva, Switzerland
Galerie Mark Müller
Zurich, Switzerland