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ART HOUSE Basel

The Art Hotel in Basel comes into the enjoyment of 4Spaces textiles. These are all produced within a maximum radius of 500kms from our headquarters and thus promote regional material sourcing. The fabrics guarantee best acoustic performance and a high level of comfort for the guests and are Oekotex certified.  “It was important to me to reflect the sensual but also creative atmosphere of the hotel concept," says creative director Michele Rondelli.  Matching the Shoji panels, the day curtain should bring a good portion of comfort and privacy into the room. The close-fitting facades should be forgotten without losing light. It was important that the room presents itself as a quiet unit, - a place of retreat.  A flame yarn...

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Marc Camille Chaimowicz Exhibition

Marc Camille Chaimowicz presents a new exhibition at Kunsthalle Bern and shows a stunning textile installation which was originally created for Swiss RE Next in Zurich. In addition, 4Spaces has been collaborating with Marc Camille Chaimowicz for his exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York 2019.  Marc Camille Chaimowicz was born in postwar Paris, to a Polish Jewish father and French Catholic mother. The family moved to England when the artist was eight years old and soon settled in London, where he still lives and works. Chaimowicz’s continuous negotiation of two cultures and languages quietly reverberates throughout his pluralistic practice. He embraces both the fine and applied arts and challenges the categorical divisions between masculine and feminine, public and private,...

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4SPACES X MAXAKUSTIK

The phone booth "maxpod" is a project born in August 2019 by Maxakustic. The "maxpod" is a cabin to retreat and work in quiet or spend few minutes in peace. Its weight is only 50 Kg and it can be placed anywhere: offices, libraries, hall entrances. The sound is kept outside thanks to the combination of layers of acoustic materials. A special collaboration with 4Spaces made it possible to give a unique look to the cabin. "Bora" fabric by Julia Heuer has been used to cover the cabin giving a nice contrast between the design of the fabric and the vertical ribs of the "maxpod".

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