Friday Files – Creation Baumann References

Friday Files – Creation Baumann References

Specialising in the functional needs of fabric such as light control, dimming and sound absorption, Creation Bauman has become known as an innovation powerhouse to interior designers and experts around the world.

We Hotel TOYA, Tokyo, Japan
Photo by Kawasumi Kobayashi Kenji Photograph Office

Acting as one of the central hubs of activity in the world of textiles, they aim to improve well-being in public and private spaces, making them highly sought after for both commercial and residential projects. We have chosen a small selection of our favourite projects featuring the Creation Baumann products, that perfectly exhibit their versatility and endless design possibility.

Endo at the Rotunda, London, England

(Method Architects, London Kengo Kuma & Associates, Tokyo)
Product: Spider FR II R

Photos by Peter Kociha

An object reminiscent of a cloud is suspended above the counter of this restaurant, designed from a textile with a texture very similar to that of the traditional Japanese paper. The Washi-inspired fabric folds were designed from the laser-cut SPIDER roller blind fabric. This stunning design changes and moves as if it were a real cloud in the sky.

Lanserhof at The Arts Club, London, England

(Forge Architects, London / ingenhoven architects, Düsseldorf / ILE Solutions, High Wycombe)

Product: Salto and USUS IIII

Photos by Martin Morrell, London “for the Lanserhof”

The Arts Club, founded in 1863, is one of the oldest private members’ clubs in London. To this day, it remains a meeting place for creative individuals and entrepreneurs. The atmosphere and choice of materials conforms exactly to the specification developed for the Lanserhof Medical Spas: a bright and simple space made from environmentally friendly materials, which have been tested to ensure that they satisfy the health criteria. The textiles from Création Baumann were chosen because of their exceptional high quality, sustainability and Oeko-Tex standards; meaning they do not contain any harmful substances.

HSLU, Lucerne, Switzerland

(Scheuber AG Raumgestaltung, Ennetbürgen, Switzerland)

Products: Secret, Acoustic Divider Vario

The Lucerne School of Art and Design moved into a newly constructed building, housing all study disciplines under one roof for the first time. At the heart of the new five-storey building are the design studios. The ceiling of this light-filled workspace resembles a factory in it’s industrial nature, and the transitions between buildings and rooms are seamless.

Students work in “studio cabins”. The rooms are divided by wooden shelves and thanks to ACOUSTIC DIVIDER VARIO, Création Baumann’s room divider system, the passageways can be partitioned off as needed.

Photos by Raisa Durandi

We Hotel TOYA, Tokyo, Japan

(Kengo Kuma and Associates, Tokyo, Japan)

Product: Ponte II

Photo by Kawasumi Kobayashi Kenji Photograph Office

A former care home on the banks of lake Toya was transformed by Kengo Kuma into a boutique hotel. Using the wood of local cedar trees achieved a comfortably warm room, like a cedar forest for the hotel guests. Inside the hotel, the architect created several theatrical, yet harmonious rooms.

Draping and pleating the fabric turned the bar and restaurant into a cave-like space with a fantastic view of the lake.


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