Piet Boon designer of Duko Sofa
Prize-winning design technique Piet Boon produces bespoke contemporary architecture, insides and products for the global high-end market. Popular worldwide for extraordinary craftsmanship, top quality and vision, the fee way of living brand name is identified by its style viewpoint of refined class. The practice was established in 1983 by Dutch designer Piet Boon (1958). 3 years later on, Dutch interior professional Karin Meyn (1961), signed up with as business partner and creative director. Considering that its beginning, the technique has actually acquired an outstanding collection of personal, commercial and corporate customers in 46 nations all over the world. Its base of operations are in Oostzaan, Amsterdam area, the Netherlands.A seamless marriage of capability with timeless style, natural materials, differentiating signature information and a keen eye for appearances defines the job of fêted Dutch designer Piet Boon. The master developer and specialist began his occupation as a structure contractor which affords him a privileged idea into the layout and implementation of every project he undertakes. By taking possession of a total idea, Boon is able to realize his real vision. Celebrated Dutch interior designer Karin Meyn has played an important duty in specifying the now-famous Piet Boon philosophy and style. With a polished feeling of colour, product and form - and an eye for unique items, art and house add-ons - Karin lends her distinctive personal touch to every project she embarks on.KENT fauteuilWith a solid oak or walnut structure and leather or material furniture, the KENT fauteuil is a contemporary classic of Piet Boon workmanship. One soft pillow wraps up the chair to offer elegant seating convenience. This timeless fauteuil can be easily combined with various other pieces from the collection.FEDDE living seriesFulfilling the request for small furnishings, the FEDDE series is excellent for simple living. Inspired by the laid-back and unwinded setting of our beach houses, the FEDDE collection comfortably fits into any type of environment with its loosened wide hem and splendidly soft arm and back rest. The FEDDE collection exists as a sofa, fauteuil, loveseat and a pouf and-- with its removable covers-- is easy to maintain.TOOS coffee table Combining undervalued design with easy workmanship, the TOOS coffee table is sturdy and timeless. Whether square or rectangle-shaped, in a satin or high-gloss surface, in oak or a subdued color scheme, the table is a peaceful classic in luxury living.KEKKE living seriesWith a powder-coated steel frame and butter-soft natural leather seating, the KEKKE chaise longue or fauteuil is a superior addition to any room. This is glamorous living in true Piet Boon style. Severe soft comfort and restrained tones comply with design sophistication in an unified balance of trendy sophistication.DOUTZEN sofaThe DOUTZEN sofa is made of modular components - best for pliable seating - with a soft pillow that entirely covers the frame and a magnificently created back. The couch brings symbolic Piet Boon class to the heart of both large-roomed luxurious living and more small spaces.DUKO sofaThis modular sofa is the chameleon of the Piet Boon Collection. DUKO's versatility allows for imaginative combos in seating, shapes, shades, cushions, sizes and fabrics. Fine-tuned signature specifying and contemporary layout components boost its flexibility for any kind of space, including contemporary business, glamorous, and more compact cosmopolitan living.