Blog Editor’s Picks for November

November is a peculiar month in the year as it precedes Christmas. It is characterized by rush that can be perceived. People running everywhere to find the perfect Christmas giftsdecorations and also for some the hurry in choosing the best opportunities to travel abroad. It is also the month where almost all the cities gain a new decoration and all the spaces whether commercial or personal.

As we the date is approaching in a fast pace, we at BRABBU decided to help you and give some suggestions to facilitate your work when choosing the gifts for the ones you most love. Therefore, we present you the blog Editor’s picks for November. A selection of products you will certainly like.

SEQUOIA Center Table

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TELLUS Armchair

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VELLUM Wall Light

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BEMBA Rug

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Soon we will give you further details about why these are considered special products this month!

The best at Boutique Design New York

A day after Boutique Design New York (BDNY) ended, it’s time to check and share with you what were our highlights and the most appreciated pieces, by BRABBU and our partners brands at the booth 822, Boca do LoboDelightfull and Koket.

We didn’t forgotten others furniture & design brands. They, also deserve a mention from BRABBU blog.

For more images you can see it on our Pinterest board and Facebook album.

BRABBU’s Boutique Design New York booth 822

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Nanook Armchair @ BRABBU

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Maya Armchair @ BRABBU

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Wave center table @ Boca do Lobo

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Amy table lamp @ Delightfull

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Burlesque console @ Koket

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Creatives Matters, Inc

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Liora Manne

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Arteriors

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Interiors & Sources

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Limited Edition design: Symphony Sideboard

Now you can bring the magic of music into your home decor. The limited edition sideboard Symphony by Boca do Lobo is the perfect piece to do it. Start playing your favorite record, sit back and enjoy!

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A symphony may take forms and developments absolutely unexpected, varying with the taste of the composer. Unlike the concert, in a symphony, even when some instruments are silent, others continue playing, always together. And that’s the aura Symphony sideboard carries as it brings design, sophistication, beauty, grandeur and luxury. Everything acting in a perfect set, resulting in a design piece so pleasing to the eyes as the Mozart’s compositions are for the ears.

See more at: www.designlimitededition.com

Hull Sofa by Knauf and Brown

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Hull Sofa is a minimalist design created by Canada-based designer Knauf and Brown. Hull Sofa allows users to enjoy a semi private space when needed: a phone call or Skype chat on your laptop between talks at a convention, a quiet conversation or a moment alone with a loved one in a busy mall, or reading a few chapters of a book during a long layover.

Check out Leibal for more minimalist design.

Stekko by Eduardo Alessi

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Stekko is a minimalist design created by Italy-based designer Eduardo Alessi. Stekko is a valet stand, coat and shoe rack. Easy to use and move, with its slim figure it is the right furniture piece for those who have little space but do not want to leave clothes, shoes, bags around.

Check out Leibal for more minimalist design.

Double Faced Shelving by Daphna Laurens

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Double Faced Shelving is a minimalist design created by The Netherlands-based designer Daphna Laurens. For their new office, EHV 365 commissioned Daphna Laurens to design and produce three different series of double faced shelving.

Check out Leibal for more minimalist design.

Range Life II by Jonah Takagi

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Range Life II is a minimalist design created by USA-based designer Jonah Takagi for Matter. Named after a song by the band Pavement, Range Life II is a unique and versatile collection of smaller tables. The four distinct pieces are each made of a different material and draw inspiration from Mies van der Rohe and modernist architecture.

Check out Leibal for more minimalist design.

Creative Neon Furniture Design

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This piece of furniture is the perfect accent to any neutral space looking for a bit of extra flair. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]

The secret to design amazing hotel interiors

Boutique Design New York is a very special and distinct trade show between all the design shows in the world, and personally, one of my favorites. At this venue you can expect the best of hospitality design in the world. The best contract brands and designers exhibit what they believe will be the “next big thing” in hospitality design: dreamy interiors for hotel guest rooms and lobbies, breath-taking outdoor designs and extraordinary technology innovations. This is not a show for selling products, but brands and concepts. Next to Kelly Hoppen by Richloom, Philips Colletion, and Tropitone, KOKET will mark its presence at this show exhibiting our highly desirable and empowering statement pieces and demonstrating how these can create a very unique and dreamy hotel design.

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Ivy Coffee Table by KOKET (booth 822)

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Between the many IHMRS/BDNY Editor’s Choice Awards, you can find the best in luxury guest rooms, hotels and lobbies, the best resorts, restaurants and spas, and of course, the best in suites. You can check out this year’s finalists here.

Before the show, and to entice your curiosity, I went looking for secrets to design amazing hotel interiors. A selection of what I believe will be “the next big thing” in hospitality design, the 2014 hotel interior design trends:

#1. Wide and dynamic open-space Lobbies.

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#2. Socially Conscious features.

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#3. Unique and very targeted experiences for individuals.

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#4. Closer connection to nature: fusion of indoors and outdoors.

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#5. Private spas within guest rooms.

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#6. A destination within a destination: unique restaurants.

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#7. Hi-tech accommodations

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#8. “A Home away from home”

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The Private Desk by Theresa Arns

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The Private Desk is a minimalist design created by Denmark-based designer Theresa Arns. The private desk is a workstation to store the items that we use to take care of ourselves, in the context of a dressing table – and to work with our mind, in the context of a writing desk.

Check out Leibal for more minimalist design.

Apart by Carlos Ortega

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Apart is a minimalist design created by Spain-based designer Carlos Ortega. The briefing for this project is the disassembly of the components for flat packing. It mixes solid wood, plywood, lamination, and aluminum components to take advantage of each material and process.

Check out Leibal for more minimalist design.

Constructed Surface Table by Rick Tegelaar

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Constructed Surface Table is a minimalist design created by Netherlands-based designer Rick Tegelaar. The Constructed Surface Table is composed entirely of plywood residual material from the furniture industry.

Check out Leibal for more minimalist design.

Nomadic Chair by Jorge Penadés

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Nomadic Chair is a minimalist design created by Spain-based designer Jorge Penadés. Responding to society´s current and future needs born from modern culture, this project explores the potential of temporary furniture.

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Nomadic Furniture by Jorge Penadés

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Some pieces of wood, coloured metal connectors, and straps to hold, here are the only accessories of the “Nomadic Furniture” backpack create by the spanish designer/artist Jorge Penadés. A very cool and useful concept called Nomadic Furniture.
Check out here

rebecca’s bagged place: a plastic wrapped flat by iain baxter via @ongezondnl

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rebecca levy lived in the apartment directly above the raven row gallery in london. when she passed away, the contents of her flat were donated to the gallery, leaving behind intimate possessions and furniture pieces, which narrate her adventures and experiences.

canadian contemporary artist iain baxter& utilized the abandoned space for his work ‘rebecca’s bagged place’. permitted by the gallery to use the location, which typically remains inaccessible to the public, the artist wrapped each object and surface — from the patterned wallpaper, to faux flower arrangements and refrigerator magnets — in sheets of transparent plastic, preserving the items and their distinct arrangement before levy passed away. the haunting results chronicle the inhabitants life and eternalize her memory through the protective medium. the work is a variation on the theme — baxter& reconfigured his piece from 1966, ’bagged place’, in which he carefully bagged every element in a four room apartment, including a toilet and a television, in cellophane sheets.

More info and photo’s here