net-a-porter's reception area designed by studiofibre
[all images via pantling studio]
It's moments like these when I can gloat. See? There is a connection between fashion, interior design and architecture! My blog concept is not entirely crazy!
StudioFibre just completed the West London headquarters of Net-A-Porter. And if you thought an employee discount would be the biggest draw to working for the online luxury retailer, check out their new digs!
StudioFibre installed two mezzanines and a glass-enclosed meeting room at the entrance.
better than my cubicle...
the living room
I love how the details - like Murano glass chandeliers, decorative moldings and those fabulous neo-baroque library chairs - soften up the sleek black and white decor.
And now a word from our designers, via Dezeen:
Whether stealing a quiet moment under the ‘hood’ of the brooding gothic thrones in the ‘Library’ or sitting on the ‘Theatre’ steps whilst a backdrop of runway shows plays out on the wall at cinema scale proportions, the mix of classical/minimal, traditional/contemporary, whether in the form of sliced moulding details or oversized paneling and door proportions is always apparent and reminds you that you are at the heart of a new technology driven cycle that is today’s world of Fashion.