MULTI-LITE DESERT SAGE
A classic lighting design, Louis Weisdorf’s Multi-Lite Small Pendant and Table Lamp receive a timely new color finish in GUBI’s semi-matt Desert Sage edition - now exclusively available in the GUBI webshop. Teamed with a brass base, the new color brings a soothing touch of nature into any space.
PEDRERA COFFEE TABLE
The Pedrera Coffee Table comprises a slender, V-shaped steel base topped with flowing, organically rounded glass, the table has an airy, sculptural form that makes an impressive from every angle. First created by Barba Corsini in 1955, the modernist Pedrera Coffee Table is now available with a gleaming chrome base, adding glittering allure to one of GUBI’s most-loved designs.
The Satellite Lamp is almost an abstract modernist sculpture in monochromic black when switched off. Turn it on and its playful and airy construction radiates beguiling patterns of light. The visually striking ‘balloons on string’ form of the Satellite Wall Lamp makes it a bold and playful statement piece in any interior.
GUBI Raisonné 02 is an homage to the design lovers around the world and the soulful habitats they curate. Get inspired as we visit the domains of GUBI in residential and hospitality settings around the world.
Shimon Ovadia sees the world through a design lens. He was born in Jerusalem and moved to Brooklyn, NYC, with his family at the age of four. Growing up, Shimon often helped his father who owned a children’s apparel company, and his childhood, no doubt, shaped his outlook and choice of career.
Alfred Bramsen has been in love with Japan since he was a child. Alongside a strong affinity for colour, Bramsen’s love of all things Japanese is evident everywhere — from the clothes he wears, to the tones in his work and the interior design of his private habitat.
To Danish/Turkish visual artist Evren Tekinoktay home is a shelter from the storms, a shield against a crazy, busy, sometimes brutal world. The ambience that rules her personal terrain is warm and welcoming.
SANTA MONICA PROPER HOTEL
Fuse a 1920s Spanish colonial revival style building with a curvilinear extension and have design maven Kelly Wearstler layer the space. A beachside haven with a sophisticated sensibility is the result.
The stunning villa on the shores of Lake Como was originally built in the 18th century for count Andrea Lucini-Passalacqua for the pleasures of love, food, friendship & the fine Italian art of dolce far niente — doing nothing & enjoying it.
TIME TO SHINE
Chrome is back. As 1980s style returns to interiors in a burst of vivid primary colors, graphic patterns, and gleaming metal, chrome is once again in the material palette. Bold and eye-catching, it brings a flash of silver and a shimmer of luxury into every space it touches.
INHABITING THE WORLD
In nature, beetles are found everywhere around the world – land and water, desert and mountain, forest and field. Like its namesake, the Beetle Chair is at home in the elements. It is a highly versatile design, with near-endless upholstery options and a wide array of textures and colors to choose from.
Every restaurant in Aamann’s family of Copenhagen dining venues is unique in both menu and design, though they are all linked by a common thread: honest, high-quality materials; a warm, inviting, and comfortable atmosphere; and a distinctly Danish identity. Aamann’s Genbo creates engagingly eclectic ambience with the Daumiller armchair
GOING ALFRESCO IN BROOKLYN
In the heart of Brooklyn, at the threshold between the up-and-coming ex-industrial neighborhood of Gowanus and the leafy residential hub of Boerum Hill, something new is taking shape. Here, the design-driven development firm Tankhouse is unfolding its vision for urban housing in the area.
MAKING OF AN ICON
The Beetle Chair’s unique success as a design is rooted in its distinctive fusion of artisanal craftsmanship and technologically advanced production techniques. Like the insect that inspired it, the chair combines an almost mechanical exactitude of form with an organic, contoured softness.
FACE TO FACE
GUBI is devoting this fall to the time we spend together in our homes. There is something very precious about sharing the same space – something that cannot be replicated at a distance. When we are eye to eye in each other’s presence – together, intimate, and unfiltered – we can truly connect.
SHINE LIKE THE SEVENTIES
In the 1970s, we went crazy for color. Bold shades, earthy tones, playful accents, gleaming neutrals – the full spectrum from subtle to striking. Now, we are in the midst of a retro renaissance, as the tones and textures of the decade’s distinctive aesthetic are en vogue all over again.
(di)vision SHOW RECAP
For Copenhagen Fashion Week SS23, GUBI & (di)vision got together to create a fashion-meets-furniture catwalk collaboration inspired by Francis Ford Coppola’s 1979 Vietnam war epic, Apocalypse Now.
GUBI X (di)vision
This August, GUBI and (di)vision got together for Copenhagen Fashion Week, showcasing a fashion-meets-furniture runway collaboration built on the shared values of creativity, courage, and curiosity.
A NORDIC TOUCH
One of the most talked-about restaurants to open in the Spanish capital, Desde 1911 is a gastronomic homage to Madrid’s history as one of the great port cities – and a tribute to the family fishing heritage of its owners María Juliana Azpíroz and Evaristo García. A key element of the space is Marcel Gascoin’s C-Chair.
3 DAYS OF THE WORLD OUTDOORS
GUBI marked 3daysofdesign 2022 by bringing the outside in, opening the doors of the showroom for a special celebration of alfresco living. Alongside the unveiling of new furniture collections by the likes of Joe Colombo and GamFratesi
Throughout 3daysofdesign, GUBI presents a special celebration of al fresco living, as well as featuring new collections by renowned 20th-century visionaries such as Joe Colombo and contemporary de- sign duo GamFratesi.
BOHEMIAN 72 ENCHANTS NEW YORK
In collaboration with the renowned New York designer furniture store, GUBI hosts a celebration of the Bohemian 72 Collection – a family of Crespi’s designs recreated from her original drawings, now in production for the very first time.
FASHION IN FURNITURE
Using hand-woven textiles, Camella Ehlke has brought a fresh expression to two GUBI Grace Chairs, designed by Tove Kindt-Larsen in 1936. The collaboration offers a roadmap for artfully and responsibly extending the longevity of great design, and reflects the values of creativity, courage and curiosity at the heart of GUBI.
GUBI GOES Al FRESCO
Breaking down the boundaries between inside and out, venturing into the open air with a refreshing new, all-encompassing, contextual take on outdoor design, adding new collections from archival and contemporary designers, as well as introducing outdoor versions of the existing indoor portfolio.
The Bohemian 72 Collection brings together Gabriella Crespi’s interest in natural materials, her fascination with stacked sculptural forms, and her curiosity about Eastern cultures and philosophies, honed over years of travel.
FASHION FORWARD FURNITURE
This February, GUBI’s signature design vision will be on show at Copenhagen Fashion Week, thanks to an exciting collaboration with the newly launched fashion agency Blonde Studio.
We invited Danish artist and sculptor Josefine Winding to navigate the space between art and design through a series of six sculptural side tables created in collaboration with GUBI.
FOR THE LOVE OF LIGHTS
With a passion for lighting, GUBI’s collection balances the functional with the aesthetic.
SITTING IN THE CLOUDS
GUBI's modular Pacha Collection by Pierre Paulin responds to changing living habits with a playful and contemporary take on a typology made popular by the 1970s trend for low-level living.
STONE WITH SOUL
Travertine’s warm tones, natural imperfections, and soft tactility brilliantly express the materiality of the Earth, fast making it a stone of choice for designers.
THE GAMFRATESI EDIT
The contemporary color palette of this edit adds a new perspective to a modern design classic, complementing a wide variety of interior settings.
GUBI is uniquely positioned to help you get ahead of the curve, creating a flexible workspace for your modern workforce.
THE SECRETS OF DUAL-PURPOSE SPACE
Whether you have a dedicated home office or need to augment your existing living arrangements, there are simple ways to create a space for your best work.
PIONEERING WOMEN WHO
CHANGED THE FACE OF DESIGN
GUBI is exploring the extraordinary achievements of two groundbreaking mid-century female designers – and their impact on contemporary designers.
MAKE MORE OF THE MOMENT
However much you might feel like you’re living on ‘fast-forward’, if you look closely, you’ll find you have ample opportunities to press ‘pause’ right throughout the day.
Blending art, drama, gastronomy and spectacular visuals into one all-encompassing multisensory experience, the new Alchemist restaurant in Copenhagen.
INSPIRED BY NATURE
For the Beetle Chair, GamFratesi became captivated by the idea of translating the form of a beetle into a product for the home.