DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

DEPOP HQ ENTRANCE FURNITURE

Client: Depop
Design: Dean Brown
Photography: Tian Khee Siong
Date: April 2019

London based designer Dean Brown has created a custom furniture series to furnish the entrance area of the Depop global headquarters in East London. The bespoke collection combines a no-nonsense approach to functionally with a strong sense of brand storytelling and includes a Reception Desk, Storage Cabinets, Bookshelf, Packing Station, Stool and Outbox.

Created to suit the diverse requirements of a 150 person ‘FashTech’ workplace, with employee expertise ranging from Fashion to Coding. The scale and scope of the office users therefore dictated an inclusive and simple design language that strikes a balance between cultural and industrial. Manufactured in powder-coated steel and ash wood the items embody the visual language of the Depop brand through the predominant use of bright red, interspersed with touches of black.

Designed to work within the Depop brand guidelines, the furniture was conceived as a physical extension of the App - inspired by the idea of an infrastructural layer or framework to create within. Overall the project challenges the empty anonymous corporate entrance hall that feels disconnected from the identity of a company, and instead establishes the Depop entrance area as an authentic and useful part of the workplace.

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Simone Sandahl
Date: May 2019

The kitchen is presented as a transformable unit that offers the potential to be useful when it needs to be, and hidden when it’s not. Constructed from local Austrian ‘abete’ timber it elevates the essentials through pleasing and novel opening and closing techniques.

Located within the castle’s guest turret it reveals its purpose through a series of horizontal and vertical doors and hatches that offer a degree of flexibility between open and closed. The largest door creates a room dividing effect, with the smaller doors within the door functioning as a serving hatch or small breakfast bar. An open-top roof raftered roof brings in natural light and views to the ceiling frescoes of the surrounding room. The highly textured exterior surface is composed of over 150 wooden spheres arranged in a lozenge shaped grid composition. Door handles, ropes and wheels punctuate the surface pattern, as a tactile invitation to manoeuvre the abstract exterior and reveal an inner purpose.

The transformative nature of the kitchen creates a destination and openness when the kitchen is in use. When not in use it becomes a closed cabinet - the vibrant internal clutter of appliances and ingredients taking the viewer by surprise as a cupboard becomes a canteen. Overall ‘Sometimes Kitchen’ acknowledges the ritual of cooking & eating as an occasion that is befitting of a change in perspective.

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Simone Sandahl
Date: May 2019

The kitchen is presented as a transformable unit that offers the potential to be useful when it needs to be, and hidden when it’s not. Constructed from local Austrian ‘abete’ timber it elevates the essentials through pleasing and novel opening and closing techniques.

Located within the castle’s guest turret it reveals its purpose through a series of horizontal and vertical doors and hatches that offer a degree of flexibility between open and closed. The largest door creates a room dividing effect, with the smaller doors within the door functioning as a serving hatch or small breakfast bar. An open-top roof raftered roof brings in natural light and views to the ceiling frescoes of the surrounding room. The highly textured exterior surface is composed of over 150 wooden spheres arranged in a lozenge shaped grid composition. Door handles, ropes and wheels punctuate the surface pattern, as a tactile invitation to manoeuvre the abstract exterior and reveal an inner purpose.

The transformative nature of the kitchen creates a destination and openness when the kitchen is in use. When not in use it becomes a closed cabinet - the vibrant internal clutter of appliances and ingredients taking the viewer by surprise as a cupboard becomes a canteen. Overall ‘Sometimes Kitchen’ acknowledges the ritual of cooking & eating as an occasion that is befitting of a change in perspective.

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Simone Sandahl
Date: May 2019

The kitchen is presented as a transformable unit that offers the potential to be useful when it needs to be, and hidden when it’s not. Constructed from local Austrian ‘abete’ timber it elevates the essentials through pleasing and novel opening and closing techniques.

Located within the castle’s guest turret it reveals its purpose through a series of horizontal and vertical doors and hatches that offer a degree of flexibility between open and closed. The largest door creates a room dividing effect, with the smaller doors within the door functioning as a serving hatch or small breakfast bar. An open-top roof raftered roof brings in natural light and views to the ceiling frescoes of the surrounding room. The highly textured exterior surface is composed of over 150 wooden spheres arranged in a lozenge shaped grid composition. Door handles, ropes and wheels punctuate the surface pattern, as a tactile invitation to manoeuvre the abstract exterior and reveal an inner purpose.

The transformative nature of the kitchen creates a destination and openness when the kitchen is in use. When not in use it becomes a closed cabinet - the vibrant internal clutter of appliances and ingredients taking the viewer by surprise as a cupboard becomes a canteen. Overall ‘Sometimes Kitchen’ acknowledges the ritual of cooking & eating as an occasion that is befitting of a change in perspective.

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Simone Sandahl
Date: May 2019

The kitchen is presented as a transformable unit that offers the potential to be useful when it needs to be, and hidden when it’s not. Constructed from local Austrian ‘abete’ timber it elevates the essentials through pleasing and novel opening and closing techniques.

Located within the castle’s guest turret it reveals its purpose through a series of horizontal and vertical doors and hatches that offer a degree of flexibility between open and closed. The largest door creates a room dividing effect, with the smaller doors within the door functioning as a serving hatch or small breakfast bar. An open-top roof raftered roof brings in natural light and views to the ceiling frescoes of the surrounding room. The highly textured exterior surface is composed of over 150 wooden spheres arranged in a lozenge shaped grid composition. Door handles, ropes and wheels punctuate the surface pattern, as a tactile invitation to manoeuvre the abstract exterior and reveal an inner purpose.

The transformative nature of the kitchen creates a destination and openness when the kitchen is in use. When not in use it becomes a closed cabinet - the vibrant internal clutter of appliances and ingredients taking the viewer by surprise as a cupboard becomes a canteen. Overall ‘Sometimes Kitchen’ acknowledges the ritual of cooking & eating as an occasion that is befitting of a change in perspective.

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

SOMETIMES KITCHEN

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Simone Sandahl
Date: May 2019

The kitchen is presented as a transformable unit that offers the potential to be useful when it needs to be, and hidden when it’s not. Constructed from local Austrian ‘abete’ timber it elevates the essentials through pleasing and novel opening and closing techniques.

Located within the castle’s guest turret it reveals its purpose through a series of horizontal and vertical doors and hatches that offer a degree of flexibility between open and closed. The largest door creates a room dividing effect, with the smaller doors within the door functioning as a serving hatch or small breakfast bar. An open-top roof raftered roof brings in natural light and views to the ceiling frescoes of the surrounding room. The highly textured exterior surface is composed of over 150 wooden spheres arranged in a lozenge shaped grid composition. Door handles, ropes and wheels punctuate the surface pattern, as a tactile invitation to manoeuvre the abstract exterior and reveal an inner purpose.

The transformative nature of the kitchen creates a destination and openness when the kitchen is in use. When not in use it becomes a closed cabinet - the vibrant internal clutter of appliances and ingredients taking the viewer by surprise as a cupboard becomes a canteen. Overall ‘Sometimes Kitchen’ acknowledges the ritual of cooking & eating as an occasion that is befitting of a change in perspective.

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

PIECES OF WORK

PIECES OF WORK

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica)
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

"Pieces of Work" is an assortment of office furniture that aspires to be useful, but not overly formal. This inclusive collection of objects includes a sofa, coat stand, coffee table, lamps and table dividers as well as the conventional desk. Such items give a more personal sense of a working day, reinterpreting the Benetton vocabulary as a diverse and adaptable office landscape to custom furnish a Benetton Group Office Interior.  

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

BENETTON GROUP OFFICE INTERIOR

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Furniture Design: Dean Brown
Graphic Design: Catarina Carreiras
Photography: Marco Zanin
Date: July 2014

Fabrica Design Studio designed a vibrant and eclectic Office Interior for Benetton Group’s communication area, creating a custom furniture collection, graphic interventions and a large-scale wall composition mixing past and present United Colors of Benetton campaigns and cultural artefacts.  The interior was sensitively composed to compliment the mood of the original Tobia Scarpa architecture, introducing a brighter palette of colours and a diversity of private / communal working areas. 

 

THE ART OF KNIT

THE ART OF KNIT

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: August-December 2012

The Art of Knit, for United Colors of Benetton, is a new type of pop-up experience in the heart of Soho, New York City. Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity—the definitive story of the Benetton brand. The converted garage space is a vivid mix of retail, gallery and craft workshop knitted together by Fabrica. A vibrant color spectrum of apparel & accessories is framed by an explosion of wool-covered curiosities, artworks and illustrations. Such an environment challenges conventional ideas of a clothing store, where dolphins, cactus, neons and sex positions are all welcome. 

THE ART OF KNIT

THE ART OF KNIT

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: August-December 2012

The Art of Knit, for United Colors of Benetton, is a new type of pop-up experience in the heart of Soho, New York City. Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity—the definitive story of the Benetton brand. The converted garage space is a vivid mix of retail, gallery and craft workshop knitted together by Fabrica. A vibrant color spectrum of apparel & accessories is framed by an explosion of wool-covered curiosities, artworks and illustrations. Such an environment challenges conventional ideas of a clothing store, where dolphins, cactus, neons and sex positions are all welcome. 

THE ART OF KNIT

THE ART OF KNIT

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: August-December 2012

The Art of Knit, for United Colors of Benetton, is a new type of pop-up experience in the heart of Soho, New York City. Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity—the definitive story of the Benetton brand. The converted garage space is a vivid mix of retail, gallery and craft workshop knitted together by Fabrica. A vibrant color spectrum of apparel & accessories is framed by an explosion of wool-covered curiosities, artworks and illustrations. Such an environment challenges conventional ideas of a clothing store, where dolphins, cactus, neons and sex positions are all welcome. 

THE ART OF KNIT

THE ART OF KNIT

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: August-December 2012

The Art of Knit, for United Colors of Benetton, is a new type of pop-up experience in the heart of Soho, New York City. Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity—the definitive story of the Benetton brand. The converted garage space is a vivid mix of retail, gallery and craft workshop knitted together by Fabrica. A vibrant color spectrum of apparel & accessories is framed by an explosion of wool-covered curiosities, artworks and illustrations. Such an environment challenges conventional ideas of a clothing store, where dolphins, cactus, neons and sex positions are all welcome. 

THE ART OF KNIT

THE ART OF KNIT

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: August-December 2012

The Art of Knit, for United Colors of Benetton, is a new type of pop-up experience in the heart of Soho, New York City. Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity—the definitive story of the Benetton brand. The converted garage space is a vivid mix of retail, gallery and craft workshop knitted together by Fabrica. A vibrant color spectrum of apparel & accessories is framed by an explosion of wool-covered curiosities, artworks and illustrations. Such an environment challenges conventional ideas of a clothing store, where dolphins, cactus, neons and sex positions are all welcome. 

THE ART OF KNIT

THE ART OF KNIT

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: August-December 2012

The Art of Knit, for United Colors of Benetton, is a new type of pop-up experience in the heart of Soho, New York City. Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity—the definitive story of the Benetton brand. The converted garage space is a vivid mix of retail, gallery and craft workshop knitted together by Fabrica. A vibrant color spectrum of apparel & accessories is framed by an explosion of wool-covered curiosities, artworks and illustrations. Such an environment challenges conventional ideas of a clothing store, where dolphins, cactus, neons and sex positions are all welcome. 

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

Client: Colors Magazine
Design: Dean Brown with the Colors Team
Date:April 2012

Exhibition Design for “Happiness and Other Survival Techniques” at the Design Museum, London. The exhibition focused on the current 2011/12 issues of Colors Magazine, under the umbrella theme of “Survival Guides”. Working collaboratively with the Colors Team the goal was to create an exhibition space that embodied the values of Colors Magazine. With this in mind the overall tone of the exhibition was of lo-fi optimism, using simple timber construction, and a primary colour palette, lifted directly from the magazine identity. 

 

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

Client: Colors Magazine
Design: Dean Brown with the Colors Team
Date:April 2012

Exhibition Design for “Happiness and Other Survival Techniques” at the Design Museum, London. The exhibition focused on the current 2011/12 issues of Colors Magazine, under the umbrella theme of “Survival Guides”. Working collaboratively with the Colors Team the goal was to create an exhibition space that embodied the values of Colors Magazine. With this in mind the overall tone of the exhibition was of lo-fi optimism, using simple timber construction, and a primary colour palette, lifted directly from the magazine identity. 

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

Client: Colors Magazine
Design: Dean Brown with the Colors Team
Date:April 2012

Exhibition Design for “Happiness and Other Survival Techniques” at the Design Museum, London. The exhibition focused on the current 2011/12 issues of Colors Magazine, under the umbrella theme of “Survival Guides”. Working collaboratively with the Colors Team the goal was to create an exhibition space that embodied the values of Colors Magazine. With this in mind the overall tone of the exhibition was of lo-fi optimism, using simple timber construction, and a primary colour palette, lifted directly from the magazine identity. 

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

Client: Colors Magazine
Design: Dean Brown with the Colors Team
Date:April 2012

Exhibition Design for “Happiness and Other Survival Techniques” at the Design Museum, London. The exhibition focused on the current 2011/12 issues of Colors Magazine, under the umbrella theme of “Survival Guides”. Working collaboratively with the Colors Team the goal was to create an exhibition space that embodied the values of Colors Magazine. With this in mind the overall tone of the exhibition was of lo-fi optimism, using simple timber construction, and a primary colour palette, lifted directly from the magazine identity. 

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

COLORS EXHIBITION: DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

Client: Colors Magazine
Design: Dean Brown with the Colors Team
Date:April 2012

Exhibition Design for “Happiness and Other Survival Techniques” at the Design Museum, London. The exhibition focused on the current 2011/12 issues of Colors Magazine, under the umbrella theme of “Survival Guides”. Working collaboratively with the Colors Team the goal was to create an exhibition space that embodied the values of Colors Magazine. With this in mind the overall tone of the exhibition was of lo-fi optimism, using simple timber construction, and a primary colour palette, lifted directly from the magazine identity. 

OBJET COLORE

OBJET COLORE

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Emanuele Tortora
Date: December 2012

Objet Coloré is a display system for United Colors of Benetton, by Fabrica Design Departmernt. The project is a way of distilling the values of Benetton into store furniture that highlights and complements apparel and accessories.

OBJET COLORE

OBJET COLORE

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Emanuele Tortora
Date: December 2012

Objet Coloré is a display system for United Colors of Benetton, by Fabrica Design Departmernt. The project is a way of distilling the values of Benetton into store furniture that highlights and complements apparel and accessories.

OBJET COLORE

OBJET COLORE

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Emanuele Tortora
Date: December 2012

Objet Coloré is a display system for United Colors of Benetton, by Fabrica Design Departmernt. The project is a way of distilling the values of Benetton into store furniture that highlights and complements apparel and accessories.

OBJET COLORE

OBJET COLORE

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Emanuele Tortora
Date: December 2012

Objet Coloré is a display system for United Colors of Benetton, by Fabrica Design Departmernt. The project is a way of distilling the values of Benetton into store furniture that highlights and complements apparel and accessories.

OBJET COLORE

OBJET COLORE

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Emanuele Tortora
Date: December 2012

Objet Coloré is a display system for United Colors of Benetton, by Fabrica Design Departmernt. The project is a way of distilling the values of Benetton into store furniture that highlights and complements apparel and accessories.

OBJET COLORE

OBJET COLORE

Client: United Colors of Benetton
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Emanuele Tortora
Date: December 2012

Objet Coloré is a display system for United Colors of Benetton, by Fabrica Design Departmernt. The project is a way of distilling the values of Benetton into store furniture that highlights and complements apparel and accessories.