German minimalism meets art deco drama
Esteemed Dutch architect Peter Ghyczy set up his eponymous furniture firm in 1971. His son, Felix, joined the family business marrying its signature Bauhaus minimalism with the graphic patterns of the art deco era.
Ghyczy’s furniture can be seen at establishments as diverse as the Ace Hotel in downtown LA and the Ritz Carlton, Geneva. Pictured is its GP01 chair, set in splendid isolation, save for the living greens that surround this dramatic glass room. Prices for the custom-ordered chair, with a charcoal frame, start from ¤5,330 from London-based Staffan Tollgard Design Group. ghyczy.com; tollgard.co.uk