What Do Bugaboo, B.Lux Lights And Berlin Have In Common?
THE ANSWER IS THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED DESIGNER, WERNER AISSLINGER. BUGABOO, THE DUTCH STROLLER BRAND THAT’S BECOME A GLOBAL HOUSEHOLD NAME RECENTLY UPDATED ITS BERLIN STORE. WORKING WITH AISSLINGER ON THE INTERIOR DESIGN AND LIGHTING. THE NEW BUGABOO RETAIL STORE IS FITTED OUT WITH B.LUX ASPEN LIGHTS – ALSO DESIGNED BY AISSLINGER – AND ITS A PARENT’S PARADISE.
Aisslinger has designed Bugaboo’s new store (complete with exhibition area) to exude a strong sense of warmth, created through the careful use of materials like concrete and Swiss pine. To illuminate the 200 square-metre space, Aisslinger selected the Aspen, one of his recent decorative lighting designs for Light Project brand partner, B.lux.
In both the stroller exhibition and repair areas various sets of suspended lights are installed with shades of different dimensions (from 17 – 40 centimetres in diameter) and LED bulbs. Even the lighting exhibits tactile combinations of materiality, with their different combinations of finishes in matte pastel tones.
The Bugaboo store in Berlin is not Aisslinger’s first interior design project to employ lighting by B.lux. In the common areas at the 25 Hours Hotel Bikini, also in Berlin, Aisslinger has installed one of his bestselling B.lux creations, the Tree Series floor lamp.
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