Works by Sabine Marcelis

Sabine Marcelis 

Experimenting with colour and materials, Sabine Marcelis' work blends the boundaries of art and design. Originally from New Zealand, Marcelis studied Industrial Design at the Victoria University of Wellington before moving to The Netherlands to start her own studio.  Working across art and design by creating bespoke lighting ranges, sculptural art, furniture and even rugs for cc-tapis – it’s no wonder she has a number of ‘designer of the year’ awards under her belt. 

Pernille Vest

One of our favourite interior stylists of recent years has to be Pernille Vest. With a warm minimalist and refined style, her ability to transform a space is unmatched. Starting her career in fashion design, Vest realised her passion for styling and after cofounding both RUM Magazine and Ark Journal, Vest’s talents and eye for design have allowed her to work with some of the best names in contemporary design.

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I love space, the air around the objects, geometric forms appeal a lot to me and I use them whenever possible in the styling.
Pernille Vest
Known for her masterful manipulation of colour and shade, Sabine Marcelis debuts her new collection: Stroke.  The Stroke rug features a gradient of colour saturation and pile height, mirroring the three-dimensionality and irregular pigment of a stroke of paint. The ridges and valleys a painter relies on to build intensity are rendered in dyed wool, highlighting the thoughtful craftsmanship present in each CC-Tapis creation. Each room is envisioned as a blank canvas and the rug as the singular gesture onto which one builds a composition. Starting from these domestic associations, Marcelis considers the expressive potential of everyday life.

Known for her masterful manipulation of colour and shade, Sabine Marcelis debuts her new collection: Stroke. 

The Stroke rug features a gradient of colour saturation and pile height, mirroring the three-dimensionality and irregular pigment of a stroke of paint. The ridges and valleys a painter relies on to build intensity are rendered in dyed wool, highlighting the thoughtful craftsmanship present in each CC-Tapis creation.

Each room is envisioned as a blank canvas and the rug as the singular gesture onto which one builds a composition. Starting from these domestic associations, Marcelis considers the expressive potential of everyday life.

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Charlotte Taylor 

Charlotte Taylor first caught our eye with her whimsical and dreamy architectural renders and we have been obsessed with the unique aesthetic of her instagram account ever since. Playful, dramatic and curious, Charlotte’s spaces blur the line between real and fictional worlds. Inspired by her love of Californian and Brazilian modernism, she hopes for her work to be “a source of curiosity, comfort, or escapism" – it certainly is for us.

Zaha Hadid

At Good Form, we take pride in our representation of progressive designers from around the world. We have long admired the British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, whose complex architectural style and success allowed her to make waves in a staunchly male-dominated profession. Her intensely futuristic style characterised by fluid, curving forms continues to inspire us.

The Heydar Aliyev Center, designed by Zaha Hadid

'Casa Atibaia', designed by Charlotte Taylor, in collaboration with Nicholas Preaud

I enjoy my work to have an open-ended response; a source of curiosity, comfort, or escapism.
Charlotte Taylor

The Heydar Aliyev Center, designed by Zaha Hadid

Irina Boersma 

Copenhagen-based Irina Boersema is an interior photographer to watch. Whether it's interior, lifestyle or product shots, Boersma stays true to her pared back and refined style that captures the understated beauty of elegant spaces. Clean lines, raw textures and calculated use of colour are carefully balanced in her minimal compositions that have captured the attention of many and have allowed her to work for some of the best names in contemporary design. 

Photography by Irina Boersma for RUM International Magazine

An art form within itself, Irina’s photography goes beyond merely capturing interiors and design.

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