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KOLENIK Eco Chic design | Board Room Design

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Dutch designer Robert Kolenik translates his partnership with international lighting manufacturer Maretti into a bespoke board room design

When Eco Chic design meets craftsmanship in lighting, beautiful things happen…

The collaboration between Robert Kolenik and Maretti took shape in an alluring design for the HQ of the worldwide renowned specialist in design lighting in Almere (NL).

art boardroom dream chandelier_A3The Kolenik Eco Chic team designed a sophisticated and inviting board room. But perhaps this fully equipped, multifunctional space could also serve as a luxurious home office of a busy professional in a metropolis.

luxury decoration eco chic_A3True to his signature Robert Kolenik combines luxurious and unique natural materials in his own innovative way to create a stylish and inviting space. For this particular design living nature was incorporated, honoring his Eco Chic identity.

alphenberg leather pouf_A3The continuously, carefully selected fish and lush living green wall create a peaceful and enchanting atmosphere which invites to keep looking and enjoying the room.

Ocean kitchen

Absolute eye catcher in the board room cum luxury kitchen cum lounge space, is the unique aquarium under the kitchen top which effortlessly lifts just with the press of a button. Apart from being a one of a kind design object, it is surprisingly functional.

luxury design kitchen_A3Seemingly an oversized aquarium, the intelligent L-shape hides generous space for storage and equipment.

Ocean kitchen design aquarium_A3This Robert Kolenik state of the art masterpiece is available in a limited edition and can be made to measure.

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Designer: KOLENIK Eco Chic design
Lighting: Maretti
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