The best Interior Design Inspirations are around the world, but the best Home Design Ideas are here, at our blog. Today we brought you some projects designed by the German Design Studio Aisslinger that will inspire you during the design of your own interiors.
As a designer, Werner Aisslinger is particularly interested in the use of the latest technologies and unusual materials which he uses in his product designs. His gel furniture range was the first of its kind. Aisslinger’s “Juli chair”, the first ever piece of furniture to be made of polyurethane integral foam, was the first German chair to be selected for the permanent collection at the MoMA in New York since 1964.
At the same time the designer works on product designs and architectural projects with renowned brands like Interlübke, Mercedes-Benz, adidas, IC-Berlin, Marc O’Polo, Bombay Saphire, FSB, Thonet, Flötotto, Berker, Hugo Boss, Younicos i.e.
The Most Iconic Projects
One of his best creations are LoftCube, Bikini island in Milan. Imagine the endless possibilities of thrilling spaces and exceptional panoramas and a treasure of unique moments. Do you think you may find such an extraordinary living space on the Earth? Welcome to LoftCube!
This is an ideal place where your spirit can fly and you can work, relax and share life with your friends. One of the benefits of LoftCube is the fact that it is attractive and convenient for temporary or everyday lifestyle, including futuristic architecture, space enough for air and light, individual design options, high-quality materials, lightweight and easy to install.
The LoftCube combines spectacular views, light-flooded spaces, cosy warmth and innovative technology. A wide range of innovative ideas have gone into the development of the LoftCube. The result is a set-up time of only three days including the interior. There is no doubt that the inviting new living space can be used for working, living, and relaxing. This project combines both comfort and is still close to nature.
The other project of Werner Aisslinger is called Bikini Island for Moroso which is meant to be a modular island sofa concept. This is a monodirection-sofas orientated to the common tv screen is fading out as a traditional typology. The easy to arrange bikini-sofa landscape invites to find ones own composition due to space and activities.
The project offers various soft volumes with three different heights; from a low daybed to circular elements or freestanding units. In other words, Bikini is a landscape which is a child of its times and the society it represents. Whether used in waiting areas or homes, the seating system is absolutely flexible because there is no need for the layout of the space and the arrangement of the seating components to correspond. The components include stools, tables, coat racks, containers, shelves, screens, work surfaces, seats. Every element is made with the aim to create interaction and communication. Additionally small storage items, coffee tables to be integrated and metal tube frames with flower-potholders, small bookshelving units or curtains give various options to arrange special areas and zones around the sofa island. A mix of functions and meanings means that the idea of sofa as the piece of furniture used to watch TV or as simple resting place is revolutionized, turning it into it the very (open) heart of interaction.
Another top iconic project of STUDIO AISSLINGER may be considered to be 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin. Built in the 1950s by the architects Paul Schwebes and Hans Schoszberger, the so-called Bikini House was the architectural expression of a new attitude to life hallmarked by dynamism, freedom, optimism and consumerism. Werner Aisslinger and the 25hours team have developed a multifaceted design concept with the working title “Urban Jungle” for the group’s first hotel in Berlin.
Werner Aisslinger’s team for the 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin project is made up of architect Janis Nachtigall, product designer Tina Bunyaprasit and interior designer Dirk Borchering. These three creative minds are developing spaces and products with character and an identity. They are highly motivated and familiar with every last detail of the hotel project. Janis Nachtigall is responsible for supervising the construction work during the implementation phase and joined Aisslinger’s team eighteen months ago.
The team headed up by designer Werner Aisslinger has developed a holistic design concept straddling nature and culture with the working title “Urban Jungle”. Half of the 149 rooms look out over Berlin Zoo’s ape house and elephant enclosure.
They have a warmer design scheme featuring natural materials and colours. The other half have a stunning view of West Berlin’s landmarks. These rooms have a somewhat rougher, more urban feel inspired by Berlin’s edgier, creative side. Guests staying in Jungle and Urban L rooms have personal use of a Schindelhauer bike to explore the city at their leisure – a real highlight. Rooms in all six categories boast the standard 25hours features customers love: ultra comfortable beds, air-conditioning, a TV, a minibar, sustainable toiletries and free Wi-Fi.
So, what do you think about our home design ideas for today? 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, Bikini Island or LoftCube? Which is your favorite project from Studio Aisslinger? Leave us your comments!