We are proud of a style portrait and interview from the German AD, March 2014 edition, featuring our Chief Creative Officer and Founder, Jacob Gubi.
In particular the Stockholm Furniture Fair & Design Week, was of great importance for GamFratesi. They were invited as Guest of Honour taking over the mantle from Japanese Nendo.
It’s going well for Gubi in Germany. The products are popping up in many respected shops all over Germany.
Gubi are at the moment attending the design fair IMM Cologne, Create. Furnish. Live, from the 13.-19.01.2014. IMM is the first furniture fair this year and here will be showed furniture and interiors that will be shaping the trends for 2014.
Kerstin H. Holmquist (1925-1997) was a Swedish modernist architect and designer. To most of the world she remained relatively unknown when she was still alive, but this should not prevent her unique, feminine “Paradiset” collection to regain the fame and attention it truly deserves. Today her designs are highly treasured collectibles and rarely to be found on auctions.
In the recent Bang & Olufsen campaign 2013/2014, our favorite female designer Greta M. Grossman has been given a central place to perfect the Bang & Olufsen universe.
Earlier this year the Gubi Design Team created the interiors for new restaurant Amass led by head chef Matt Orlando. Amass has now been nominated as Best New Restaurant for the Wallpaper* Design Award 2014.
Gubi recently did a collaboration with The Bagel Co in Hellerup. The task was to create a new exciting interior for the shop using products from Gubi’s diverse collection.
It’s such a joy to see all the talented stylists and photographers in international magazines do beautiful and interesting shots with our products. Here’s a selection of some recent favorites.
And now for the 3rd and last part of our new lifestyle images that include new products such as Beetle Chair by GamFratesi, Gubi DIning Table by Komplot as well as Turbo by Louis Weisdorf.