The Spanish for water lily is ‘nenúfar’, which was the model and inspiration for the Nenou furniture concept. And just as naturally as water lilies group together in a pond, its leaf-shaped upholstery elements are grouped into ever new smaller groups, islands or cross-room combinations.
The easy chairs, poufs and benches, created by designer Jörg Boner, also invoke leaves in detail – with circumferential piping and central depressions that accommodate not only their owners both comfortably and fittingly, but also the shapely trays made of lacquered solid wood, marble or limestone.
The Nenou range transforms the approach to make the workspace more homely and communicative: as a consistent interior design concept for open zones, both in the living context and at workplaces and in semi-public spaces.
Modern architecture will divide and assign space less and less, instead offering different forms of free, large spaces. Moving in this direction, homely colonies and configurations can already be created that structure space for different functional areas.