Let’s create together our personalized, productive and ludic tele-working space

How to create your “bubble” work cell at home and make your office “BUBBLE” more harmonious, productive, inspiring and comfortable?
The trend in recent years has been to make offices more human, personal and friendly, with a return to more privatization. Today we find ourselves in the opposite but very similar configuration.
Some essential keys:
– Choosing the space where you are going to establish your office district
– Create your furniture, comfortable and ergonomic.
– Organize your space and isolate your cocoon, improve acoustics, enlarge the space. Use pieces of fabric, sheets, plants, felt, anything that could absorb noise. The ideal is that the place is as muffled as possible. Think of diverting the objects from their function.
– Set up storage systems
– Plan meetings in a space other than your little bubble. This will allow you to move around a bit and change the decor.
– To promote concentration, it is advisable to use natural materials and neutral colours that have a calming and soothing effect.
And if time permits, why not install your little cell outside?

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Déco Idées

10 conseils de Caroline Notté pour créer son bureau à la maison

Dans l’urgence et avec créativité, Caroline Notté, architecte d’intérieur, nous aide à créer notre bulle de travail au coeur de notre chez nous.

“Les gens se retrouvent confinés chez eux et n’ont pas toujours un bureau à disposition à la maison. Face à un environnement peu propice au travail où enfants et conjoint n’aident pas à la concentration, je souhaite aider les gens à créer leur “bubble d’office” depuis leur maison mais aussi pour les personnes coincées sur un bateau ou à l’autre bout du monde” confie Caroline Notté. “Même avant le confinement, nous tendions de plus en plus vers des coworkings plus humains, des bureaux finalement comme à la maison.”

Les 10 Conseils ICI

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L’éventail

Se créer une bulle pour bien télétravailler

Coronavirus oblige, certains belges découvrent le télétravail en même temps que le confinement. Réussir à se constituer un cadre de travail est parfois un vrai défi. Couleurs neutres, lumière naturelle, siège cosy, rituels réconfortants ou horaires adaptés peuvent aider à se mettre en condition et apprivoiser son espace.

« De nombreuses personnes, moi la première, n’ont pas l’habitude de se retrouver devant un ordinateur toute la journée. La priorité est de se créer une bulle, un cocon où on se sent bien. Le choix l’endroit où travailler peut se faire en fonction des sources de lumières. On peut aussi, bien sûr, utiliser une belle lampe. Avoir une source de feu et de chaleur est essentiel », explique l’architecte, qui a aménagé un coin de sa salle à manger.

Créer sa bulle ICI

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Interview BXFM

Les Bons Plans Positifs – Caroline Notté – Architecte D’intérieur

 

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Collaboration with Carine Boxy

We are very happy to collaborate with Carine Boxy 

Carine Boxy is a Belgian textile artist and designer based in Deurle. Each of her creations in naturally dyed sheepskin is unique and versatile (rug, cover, tapestry, …) and can be also seen as site specific to a residential or a hospitality project such as the restaurants by Sergio Herman. Her storytelling compositions are conceived as a patchwork quilt or carpet, a wall or oor arrangement, an object, a piece of furniture, with an extraordinary sense of tactility and wellbeing. The sheepskins bring – assembled together – the atmosphere of a wild life into the home. They reveal each one of a kind the true texture, appeal to the senses, thanks to their ultra soft material and a true combination of the hand and the heart. Carine has this attitude of the craftsman that creates from the sheepskin a human kind experience which brings the warmth in interiors.

Design September back to Bauhaus

Exhibitions

As a painter on his canvas, Notte composes frames of colors, always looking for accuracy, daring audacity, between lines games, shapes and materials. The textile and weaving become its support through a collection of carpets with formal and colorful notes that Caroline Notté pays homage to the centenary of the emblematic movement, associating emotions and

Date event : 03.09 > 30.09

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NOT ALONE!

Ghislain and Marie David de Lossy modus operandi transcends the nature photographic genre and traditional techniques. Displaying 40 photographic images taken over the course of several trips throughout Europe encompassing Finland, Iceland and Spain, their images offer a unique and unusual outlook on the animal world and nature. The contemplative viewer is required to scan the landscape for the animal, as it is not readily apparent, regardless of its actual size.

Despite the incredible precision and clarity, there is something surreal about the natural environment shown in these photos.   

This new approach to nature, both macro and microscopic, blurs the border between reality and fiction.  It is between these two worlds that we find the certain poetic quality of their artwork. The telephoto effect breathes the viewer right into the middle of the landscape, turning us into image hunters.  Lost in the vast wilderness we can, strangely enough, see the invisible. Rich colours add to the supernatural aspect of the setting and excite our imagination. Nature thus sublimaged seems to harbour unexpected guests : elves and fairies, ready to colonise the banks of the lead-coloured lake.

 

David De Lossy

G25 BY PIERRE GUARICHE

Whether you choose the black and white or monochrome version, the G25 wall lamp will not go unnoticed in your home. It can be used above a dining table, as it was during the designer’s lifetime, but also in an office or entrance thanks to its volumes that easily fit into the space. Covered with a metal deflector, this prestigious wall lamp will provide you with diffused lighting with a pleasant atmosphere. Its brushed varnished brass rod is adjustable in length.

 

SAMMODE-PIERRE GUARICHE

 

Details

Model : G25

Designer : PIERRE GUARICHE

Editor : SAMMODE LIGHTING

Period : 1951

Origin : FRANCE

Dimension :  83 x min. 126 or max. 164 cm

 

 

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G61 BY PIERRE GUARICHE

The G61 table lamp brings new life to a bookcase, coffee table or any place of relaxation. This cube of light with its white lacquered perforated sheet metal cover is available in two sizes: Small or Medium. Designed by Pierre Guariche in 1959, alongside its G60 sister model, this luminaire offers a welcoming, warm and lyrical light that enhances any contemporary interior.

 

 

Details

Model : G61

Designer : PIERRE GUARICHE

Editor : SAMMODE LIGHTING

Period : 1959

Origin : FRANCE

Dimension :  27 x 27 x 20 cm

 

 

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G60 BY PIERRE GUARICHE

This table lamp brings a new and lively identity to a console table, shelf or bedside table. It is available in two sizes (Small and Medium), and its high-quality materials are offered in two colourways: black side panels with white cover, or white side panels with white cover. Designed on the eve of the 1960s (together with its G61 sister model), its purity and precision of line are reinvented in this faithful, contemporary reissue that blends seamlessly with today’s decorative look.

 

 

Details

Model : G60

Designer : PIERRE GUARICHE

Editor : SAMMODE LIGHTING

Period : 1959

Origin : FRANCE

Dimension :  27 x 27 x 20 cm

 

 

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