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"With this series, it was important to understand what home, office and break mean to people, and then combine that perception with some of the current trends.
The Office is light, and colorwise a bit colder, but I wanted the fabrics to have the focus and do their trick and add warmth with textures. It's a fresh start at your workplace after months away - isn't that what we all need these days?
In the Home version I focused on warm, welcoming colors and materials. I wanted to create that delicate home office where you would want to sit all day (even though the sofa is only meters away).
The Break had to have this local but yet exotic vibe, highlighted by flowers, deep colors and a mix of materials. I want the viewer to be dragged out and away - sort of like a mini-vacation."
"When tuning in on the project and choosing the elements for the moodboard sustainability played a role, so besides Camira's sustainable fabric collection, materials such as ocean plastic, reused glass, paper, nature elements played an important role choosing furniture and accessories. It's always a bit of a puzzle doing a project with this many elements as they all tell a story and play a visual role."