EXPLORE THE DOMAINS OF GUBI AROUND THE WORLD
IN THE PRIVATE HABITAT OF
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.
As an artist, her work has its origins in collage and shares a feminine handmade aesthetics across mediums. In many ways, this is reflected in her Copenhagen home. The two-bedroom apartment is a display of an eclectic and kaleidoscopic sense of style with a particular love for the virtuosic details of design.
Interior & fashion designer
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.
Today Shimon runs Ovadia Bros, an interior and fashion design studio in SoHo, with his twin brother Ariel. As a fashion and interior designer gravitates towards an aesthetic of understated luxury. He describes the style of his home — a sophisticated, self-renovated 1930s townhouse — as minimalist opulence.
Illustrator & creative consultant
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.
Alfred lives with his partner Isaac, and their Japanese dog, Chin Yuko, in an apartment in east London.
MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME
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.
Created by Aamann’s long-standing interiors collaborator, Copenhagen design studio All That Matters, the new space takes inspiration from the location’s mix of old and new architecture.
450 WARREN STREET
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.
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.
An eclectic mise-en-scène of select vintage and contemporary pieces in palettes that allude to the coastal setting makes a social habitat that calls for lingering and embodies California easy living.
Desde 1911 combines a refined, ocean-inspired menu with an elegantly simple, Nordic-influenced interior that celebrates natural materials and textures.
Marcel Gascoin’s C-Chair by GUBI was chosen by interior design team, Laura Muñoz and Cecilia Moretti, for Desde 1911’s Privado 1911 dining area. With its long and generous table, this bright, generous but intimate dining space allows guests to enjoy tailored gastronomic experiences, separated from the restaurant’s atrium by glazed walls.
Tropique Dining Table€1,499
TS Coffee Table OutdoorRound€1,499
Grace Lounge Chair€2,299
Multi-Lite Table Lamp€799
Moon Dining TableElliptical€5,999
Pacha Lounge Chair€2,999
Beetle Dining Chair3D Veneer - Front Upholstered€1,199
Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp€999
Pedrera Coffee Table€1,199
Epic Coffee TableRound€1,999
5321 Table Lamp€799
9602 Floor Lamp€1,299
F.A. 33 Wall Mirror€1,499
Masculo Dining ChairFully Upholstered€1,199
Pacha Lounge Chair with armrest€3,499