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Interview * Design Chateau&Reinier Bosch


The six-room  hotel in Burgundy, France, is a welcoming destination that offers  guests the comfort and feel of a private residence. Brimming with style  and culture, the property also happens to have a visually striking collection of arts. In fact, the hotel’s Dutch owners Pieter Fra and Johan Bouman are so entrenched with the fine art world that they’re starting their own design label to be branded with the same name as the hotel.

These hoteliers have already proven their expertise in the arts, so much so that though they’ve only just launched the label, they have been invited to show their entire collection in the Spazio Rossana Orlandi showroom during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile design fair in Milan from April 8-13, 2014.

We meet Johan Bouman and Reinier Bosch, to talk about this new and exciting project


The use of common materials, such as cardboard and rubbish bags, with its reference to everyday life, is characteristic of Reinier Bosch’s work. Not just an observation of his daily life in The Netherlands but the life of people in different cultures. A trip through Tibet allowed Bosch to observe spray-painted objects in the streets, of which the surrounding were also coloured by the wind. This experience was the starting point of several projects.





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