Luxury used to mean the consumption of precious objects and items. Then it became the consumption of exclusive services. Now, it’s all about “transformative experiences” – this is luxury 3.0. And Carr is pioneering this outrageous new archetype with one of 2017’s most Instagrammed projects.
December 15th, 2017
Architect & Interior Designer
Medley Property Group
Wood & Grieve Engineers
Taylor & Cullity Lethlean
Fabio Ongarato Design
Jan Flook Lighting
Restaurant & F&B Consultant
Pascale Gomes-McNabb Design
Living Edge – ‘Tembo’ barstools, ‘Salute’ side table, La Chance
Cult – ‘Hay – Revolver’ stool, ‘Cassina – Cicognino’ side table
Harry Evans & Sons – Custom pool table
Space Furniture – Edra ‘Leather Works’ feature armchair, Moooi chair extension
Phase Design – ‘Brides Veil’ armchair
Crate & Barrel – Hasegawa ‘Lucano’ step ladder
Luke Furniture – ‘Autoban’ nest chair
Zuster – ‘Sabrina’ stools and leather sofas, glass bar table, ‘Tribute’ coffee and lamp tables, ‘Husk’ chairs and bar stools, ‘Stick Insect’ table and restaurant tables, ‘New Embellish’ round and trestle dining tables, custom ‘Scalloped Unit’ buffet, banquette seating, custom stone top table, custom screens, ‘Halo Cabinet’ storage, ‘Willow Creek’ collapsible table, ‘Praying Mantis’ side table and bedside tables, vinyl armchair, ‘Pyramid’ coffee table, ‘Jade’ ottoman, tub style armchair, new design dressing stool, ‘Square Timber’ armchair, sheepskin armchair, guest room coffee tables, custom ‘Duyfken’ console sofa table, custom ottomans, cafe tables, pool tables.
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