Interior architect and designer Remy Meijers loves serenity. Especially in his designs. Therefore he does not limit himself to broad strokes, but also focuses on the tiniest of details. That is how he produces interiors and products that exude a wonderful sense of calm in all their simplicity. The approach of Meijers, who started his own office in 2000, appeals to the imagination. His designs are part of the collections of leading brands. Both his designs and interiors are popular with journalists, bloggers, and tv producers. A few projects are bundled in his monograph Shades of Grey (2011).
BOREK by Remy Meijers
“At Borek convenience comes first. Thereby the focus is on design and sustainability. This approach made it easy is for me to join forces. For Bergen, I have tried to look beyond the boundaries of standard garden furniture. In this case, simple lines are characteristic for both tables and seating furniture. Therefore the steel frame served as a starting point. It is a continuous form in which seat and table top are apparently clamped in. The construction is barely visible so that the different elements seem to form a whole. Sofa, armchair, table and side table, They are geometric objects with a robust, almost cubist look that blur the boundary between interior and garden.”