Nirvana is the name of this sophisticated home located in Kuwait. The series of geometric voids in grey polished marble contrasts with the exterior’s white rough ceramic finish. The duality of textures is like the one found in a marble quarry, where the polished geometric voids contrast with the natural mountain terrain. 

This project comes from minimalism and unique pieces of furniture that become worship objects. Like our Panel chair, designed by the British designer Lucy Kurrein.

Its architecture generates a chain of gaps and three-dimensional spaces with gardens in different heights that become meeting places, with views of the sea and the horizon.

Panel is a unique armchair, with steel plate or rod structure, covered with leather or wool. It transmits a sensation of lightness and combines form and comfort with a generous seat that generates a great comfort.

This piece of art design by Lucy Kurrein has just been recognized, in addition, by the Design Guild Mark awards, which recognize innovation in the field of furniture in the United Kingdom.

Photograph: Fernando Guerra

Project: AIG Architect