Lamino is a prime example of timeless design. Nature’s own materials and masterful craftsmanship have resulted in a piece of furniture as attractive today as it’ll be for future generations. When Yngve Ekström designed the chair in 1956, he did it with the human being in focus, which makes it as pleasant to sit in as it is to look at. Design Yngve Ekström by Swedese
A simulated dining room in the Apartment features a table and bench by Ilse Crawford for De La Espada, Swedish dining chairs from the a vintage Beni Ourain rug, a brass tube chandelier by Michael Anastassiades and a painting by Danish artist Peter Bonde.