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Innermost biedt u een grote collectie verlichting van designers met vele nationaliteiten. Zij zijn samengebracht onder één merk. Innermost produceert met innovatie, emotie, elegantie, kwaliteit en ...

Innermost biedt u een grote collectie verlichting van designers met vele nationaliteiten. Zij zijn samengebracht onder één merk. Innermost produceert met innovatie, emotie, elegantie, kwaliteit en humor. En dat is terug te zien in alle ontwerpen!

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  • 1. Clinker by Rich Brilliant Willing Tie by Peter Mac CannInto 2011Innovation and diversity have fuelled and lled the Innermostcollection from its birth in 1999. Our urge to create exciting newpieces, using new technologies and adapting to the changingneeds of our clients, continues to drive us forward.We once said that ‘no house style’ was our house style – and this isstill true. Our mission today is to keep on strengthening ourlighting and furniture collections, and deliver items that willcontinue to entice and inspire.The simple philosophy of continuous innovation, bringing new Beads by Winnie Luiitems to market as quickly and as frequently as possible, means Buckle by Tina Leungthat you may not always be able to guess it’s an Innermost product Bubble by Steve Jonesjust by its looks. But the creativity of the design and production,those things that are ‘innermost’, will tell you it’s by Innermost. Origami by Anthony Dickens Flood by Tina Leung HiHo by Jarrod Lim Koi by Jarrod Lim Clinker by Rich Brilliant Willing Quintessence www.innermost.net
  • 2. 51 2 3 Contract Innermost produces innovative contemporary lighting, accessories and furniture, suitable for both the residential and contract market. Emphasis is always on quality of manufacture and innovative design. Innermost can 8 9 produce special variations to many of our products within the collection as well as o er a bespoke design and production service. Innermost has worked on numerous interiors worldwide including, Corporate 11 4 6 Headquarters, Hotels, Restaurants, Nightclubs and Residential Projects.7 10 16 1 - The Three Bells in T3, London Heathrow Airport, 200812 13 14 15 2 - Topaz restaurant, Istanbul, Interior design by Ozgen Design Studio, 2008 3 - Oliviomare restaurant, Belgravia, London, Interior design by Pierluigi Piu, 2008 4 - Sticklight at Chelsea Flower Show, London, design by Andy Sturgeon, 2008 5 - Restaurant, Scarlet Hotel, Cornwall, Interior design by Max Bentheim, Lighting by Lightmaster, 2009 6 - Axcel ELEVER Hair Salon, Kanuma, Japan, Interior design by Roots of Style, 2011 7 - Home restaurant, Milan, bespoke installation based on Kaboom, 2009 8 - The Clarence, Whitehall, London, 2009 9 - Guardian Newspaper O ces, London, Speci ed by TP Bennett, 2009 10 - The Scarlet Hotel, Cornwall, Interior design by Max Bentheim, Lighting by Lightmaster, 2009 11 - The Eagle, London, design by Geronimo Inns, 2009 12 - Aiglon Hotel, France, Interior design by Sarl Bar Bush, 2010 13 - Tian Lu Mansions, Shenzhen, China, Interior design by Yuqiang Interiors, 2010 14 - Aiglon Hotel, France, Interior design by Sarl Bar Bush, 201017 18 19 20 15 - Axcel ELEVER Hair Salon, Kanuma, Japan, Interior design by Roots of Style, 2011 16 - Box London, O ce, Design by Tag London, 2010 17 - BUPA Wellness, London, Design by Light Bureau, 2010 18 - Mangrove West Villas, Shenzhen China, Interior design by Yuqiang Interiors, 2010 19 - Eastside Inn, Clerkenwell, London, 2009 20 - Le Bon Marché, Paris, Women’s Department, design by Le Bon Marché, 2010 21 - Bambus Sushi Restaurant, Oslo, Norway, Design by SJ Design, 2010 22 - KimChee Restaurant, Hong Kong, Design by Kon Design, 2010 23 - Plums Restaurant, The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain Hotel & Spa, Design by Ammar Basheir, 2011 24 - Toyo Kitchen installation, Tokyo, Japan, 2010 Printed 11/2011 21 22 23 24 Innermost London - 2.03 & 2.04 OXO Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, London SE1 9PH Innermost Hong Kong - Ground Floor, 248 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
  • 3. Lighting2011
  • 4. CircusDesign: Corinna Warm
  • 5. BeadsDesign: Winnie Lui
  • 6. Beads OCTO Beads PENTA Winnie Lui graduated from Central Saint Martins in Fashion, Communication and Promotion. In London, she learnt the skill of silversmithing from jewellery designer Lara Bohinc. Winnie also has an accessories brand under her own name where she creates tailor-made necklaces, brooches and millinery pieces. Beads is the 2nd piece Winnie created for Innermost, following the highly acclaimed limited edition ‘White Chandelier’ first made in 2007. Beads brings together the best detailing and finishing from her jewellery craft and blends it with the scale and technology of the lighting designer to give us these strikingly rich designs. When lit the distinctive geometry creates an array of infinite reflections on the interior that makes it feel as if the inner surface is itself decorated.
  • 7. ClinkerDesign: Rich Brilliant Willing Clinker by Rich Brilliant Willing Product Type: Suspension Colours: White/ Black/ Oak Veneer/ Red/ Walnut Veneer/ Teak* Environment: Indoor RoHS F Construction Materials: Wood/ Wood and Glass 70cm 28cm 55cm 48cm Ø 19cm Ø 50cm 100cm 30cm Ø 26cm Product: Clinker PENDANT MINI Product: Clinker PENDANT SMALL Product: Clinker PENDANT LONG Product: Clinker PENDANT LOZENGE Code: PC039120-XX Code: PC039140-XX Code: PC039150-XX Code: PC039160-XX Type: Suspension Type: Suspension Type: Suspension Type: Suspension Bulbs (max): 11W / 60W Bulbs (max): 20W / 100W Bulbs (max): 20W / 100W Bulbs (max): 20W / 100W Fitting: E27 Fitting: 2 x E27 Fitting: E27 Fitting: 4 x E27 Cable Length: 4M Cable Length: 4M All Clinker are supplied with integrated wiring set, unique to this product. (except Clinker PENDANT MINI and Clinker PENDANT LONG) Please specify colour code ‘XX’, 01-White/ 02-Black/ 06-Oak/ 08-Red/ 10-Walnut/ 19-Teak* Clinker LONG is not available in Oak and Walnut. Clinker PENDANT LOZENGE is not available in Teak. *Teak Clinker is made using production offcuts and reclaimed material originating from a managed source. Oak and Walnut veneers are North American origin. Printed 11/2011 Innermost London - 2.03 & 2.04 OXO Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, London SE1 9PH Innermost Hong Kong - Ground Floor, 248 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
  • 8. Clinker Pendant LOZENGE Clinker Pendant MINI Rich Brilliant Willing was named among the “Top 40” designers by I.D. magazine in January 2009, formed by Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams. Rich Brilliant Willing is an internationally recognized multidisciplinary design studio. Rich Brilliant Willing design at various scales from packaging & products, to interior spaces and installations. Their methodology is evident in their work, a combination of technical sophistication with old-fashioned sleight of hand.Clinker Pendant SMALL Clinker Pendant LONG
  • 9. BuckleDesign: Tina Leung
  • 10. Buckle is as an ambient lighting sculpture – it illuminates by bouncinglight off its own internal surfaces and provides background light, itis neither a classic up or downlighter but produces a unqiue effectall of its own. The feeling it creates has often been likened to lightbouncing off water.
  • 11. Fillet Design: Geeio Yuen Fillet SMALL FilletOrigami DINING 250 TABLE
  • 12. Geeio YuenFillet was a project lead by Geeio Yuen with the Innermost studio team. Geeiois a graduate of University of Central England in Birmingham and Fillet was thefirst major project he has run for us. Fillet is deliberately subtle, a large piecewith the most refined details that could be used either as a feature or in thebackground. Both black and white finishes are matt and special colours can becreated to order.
  • 13. LighthouseDesign: Innermost
  • 14. Lighthouse LARGE FLAT Lighthouse LARGE Lighthouse WALL LAMPLighthouse MEDIUM Lighthouse SMALL Lighthouse EXTRA LARGE Lighthouse LARGE
  • 15. BubbleDesign: Steve Jones
  • 16. Bubble Bubble BLACK & COPPER BLACK & WHITEBubble BLACK Bubble SILVER Bubble WHITE Bubble WHITE & COPPER Bubble COPPER
  • 17. Tie Design: Peter Mac CannPeter Mac Cann studied furniture and productdesign in Dublin and completed a masters degree at BCUCHigh Wycombe in 1999. In 2000 he set up his multi-disciplinarypractice No Fixed Abode Design, exhibiting at Milan in 2000-01 with Mo-Billy. He has subsequently designed for leadingUK brands, including Thorsten Van Elten, Habitat, Heals andInnermost. His work has been widely published and exhibited,earning an award or two along the way, most notably the 2009Homes and Gardens Classic Lighting Award for Tie.Peter relocated to Dublin in 2006 to launch design andmanufacturing brand Made* with John Walsh. Their debutcollection received 4 awards in the 2007 IDI (Irish DesignersInstitute) awards.
  • 18. Jeeves & Wooster Design: Jake PhippsJake Phipps graduated from John Makepeace’s furnituredesign school, Parnham College in 1999 and began designing andmaking one-off pieces to commission. In 2005 he set up his own designstudio in London, concentrating on designing his own pieces for largescale production.The Jeeves pendant light was designed as a playful take on lighting witha real sense of cultural identity. The hat is an object that often associatesits wearer with a particular society, heritage or race. The Bowler is aclassic British cultural icon reflecting a bygone era of imperialism, classdivide and eccentricity.
  • 19. Jewel Design: Yee-Ling Wan Yee-Ling Wan Londoner Yee-Ling Wan studied design at Central St Martins before working in design consultancies aroundLondon. In 2002, she accepted a job in Hong Kong working for local consultancy Monoone, Milk Design and then joined Innermost in June 2004. Her work is characterised by strong research andinnovation in materials and construction, very much in line with the Innermost philosophy. She is passionate about surface pattern design, as seen in many of her works.
  • 20. Asteroid Design: Koray OzgenKoray OzgenKoray Ozgen is an industrial designer based in Parisoffering consultancy on multi-disciplinary designsolutions. He set up Ozgen Design Studio followinghis post-graduate internship at Les Ateliers -E.N.S.C.I.(Ecole Nationale Superieure de Création Industrielle)in Paris. He completed several visual projects forinstitutional clients including City of Paris, KnollInternational and Centre Georges Pompidou. Theproducts designed by Koray Ozgen are manufacturedby established companies in Europe and the USAKoray Ozgen was awarded the Observeur Star bythe internationally recognized French Prize, the“Observeur’06”, for his porcelain tableware design.In parallel with these activities, he designs his own rangeof dailylife objects for Ozgen Design Catalogue which hefounded with two other partners in 1999. O.D.C. not onlysupplies high quality products to retailers, but also offerscorporate gift and bespoke commissioning services.
  • 21. KaboomDesign: Tina Leung
  • 22. Kapow! Design: Tina Leung
  • 23. BigoliDesign: Phayvanah Halsackda
  • 24. Marble Design: Christopher LaBrooyChristopher LaBrooy was born in Aberdeenand graduated with an MA from the Royal College of Art in London.His work capture an interest in the applied arts, working directly withmaterials to develop ‘useless beautiful objects’ which he applies to aspecific purpose.
  • 25. Delight Design: MixkoMixko is the partnership of Japanese andBritish designers Nahoko Koyama and AlexGarnett. The pair have created many lighting,furniture and product concepts at their UKInnermost.
  • 26. Loop Design: Anne Kyyrö QuinnAnne Kyyrö Quinn was born inHelsinki, Finland and studied in London whereshe now has her studio and an established textilebusiness. She has won numerous awards and hasworked with Innermost since we began in 1999.
  • 27. Loop2 Design: Anne Kyyrö QuinnAnne Kyyrö Quinn was born inHelsinki, Finland and studied in London whereshe now has her studio and an established textilebusiness. She has won numerous awards and hasworked with Innermost since we began in 1999.
  • 28. RD2SQDesign: Steve Jones
  • 29. MnMDesign: Steve Jones
  • 30. Metallic Design: Innermost
  • 31. ZegDesign: Innermost
  • 32. KobeDesign: Russell Cameron
  • 33. Acid Damask Design: Timorous BeastiesThe Glasgow based ‘Beasties’ started workingtogether in 1990 after meeting at GlasgowSchool of Art, they specialise in interiorproducts using their print skills to innovate.Once described as ‘William Morris on acid’their work has evolved and they have wonmany awards including a UK Millenniumproduct award and the 2003 ICFF New Yorkwall covering prize. They were nominated forthe 2005 Designer of the Year Award by TheLondon Design Museum.
  • 34. Leaf Design: Timorous BeastiesThe Glasgow based ‘Beasties’ started workingtogether in 1990 after meeting at GlasgowSchool of Art, they specialise in interiorproducts using their print skills to innovate.Once described as ‘William Morris on acid’their work has evolved and they have wonmany awards including a UK Millenniumproduct award and the 2003 ICFF New Yorkwall covering prize. They were nominated forthe 2005 Designer of the Year Award by TheLondon Design Museum.
  • 35. Bases+Fitting2011
  • 36. 3CAE27CAE27
  • 37. Furniture2011
  • 38. Aviva ChairDesign: Jarrod Lim
  • 39. AvivaA casual lounge chair available as a chair or rocker, in synthetic or leather.Aviva is an elegant triangular form deliberately evoking a mid-20th centuryfeel and modestly hiding a series of technical achievements.Jarrod Lim was born in Melbourne Australia and currently resides inSingapore where he runs his own studio, designing a wide range of objects,furniture, exhibitions and interiors.His focus is on developing creative concepts for furniture and productsas well as generating exciting spatial designs for interiors, exhibitions andpublic locations. His multidisciplinary studio also assists companies withbrand management, art direction and product development.
  • 40. Aviva RockerDesign: Jarrod Lim
  • 41. AvivaA casual lounge chair available as a chair or rocker, in synthetic or leather. Avivais an elegant triangular form deliberately evoking a mid-20th century feel andmodestly hiding a series of technical achievements.Jarrod Lim was born in Melbourne Australia and currently resides in Singaporewhere he runs his own studio, designing a wide range of objects, furniture,exhibitions and interiors.His focus is on developing creative concepts for furniture and products as well asgenerating exciting spatial designs for interiors, exhibitions and public locations.His multidisciplinary studio also assists companies with brand management, artdirection and product development.
  • 42. HiHoDesign: Jarrod Lim
  • 43. HiHoA fun yet stylish take on the traditional children’s rocking horse remade for grown-ups. JarrodLim designed Hi Ho so you can sit forward and really ride or alternatively turn around and sitback for a gentler comfortable rocking chair experience. Granny would approve.Its practical too so it comes with a choice of synthetic fur or natural sheepskin and the covers areremovable for dry cleaning just in case anyone gets too excited. Our lawyers told us to mention that ‘it’s not a toy and not suitable for children’ but we thoughtthat was a little unfair so we will be releasing a smaller version soon……
  • 44. Koi Design: Jarrod LimKoiKoi takes the simple repetitive form of a fishscale and turns it into both its aesthetic andstructure. Each chair is handmade from steelthen powder coated in a light ‘sand’ finish andthe seat is made from recycled teak wood.
  • 45. Jarrod Lim was born and raised in Melbourne Australia and currently resides inSingapore where he runs his studio, focusing on furniture. Jarrod lived in Milan working fordesigner, Patricia Urquiola and in London for SCP before founding his own studio.His designs centre on the ‘human experiences’ often found in everyday objects and situations.His style is intuitive and very refined but always unique. Exploration of materials and processes,regularly feature in his designs and each piece has its own captivating story to tell.
  • 46. ClinkerDesign: Rich Brilliant Willing
  • 47. Clinker COFFEE TABLEClinker SIDE TABLE Rich Brilliant Willing was named among the “Top 40” designers by I.D. magazine in January 2009, formed by Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams. Rich Brilliant Willing is an internationally recognized multidisciplinary design studio. Rich Brilliant Willing design at various scales from packaging & products, to interior spaces and installations. Their methodology is evident in their work, a combination of technical sophistication with old-fashioned sleight of hand.
  • 48. OrigamiDesign: Anthony Dickens
  • 49. Origami COFFEE TABLEAnthony Dickens studied Furniture and RelatedProduct Design at Buckinghamshire and Chilterns UniversityCollege, graduating in 1997. Origami SIDE TABLEHe launched the Origami table range, winning a design bursary fromLiberty and the Elle Decoration Best Table Award.