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In the book Heritage in the 21st century. The Villa Ocampo case, by Nicolás Helft and Fabio Grementieri, a part of the prologue by Juan José Sebreli dice:

“VO had discovered, in the Paris apartment of the Chilean tastemaker Eugenia Errázuriz, a peculiar style that linked the luxurious with the rustic: serving tea in Willow porcelain crockery and silver cutlery on a kitchen table with an oilcloth tablecloth. VO introduced wicker chairs for use on the beaches in Villa Ocampo”.

What at the time marked a great rupture within interior design, is now established and available to anyone who likes it, even in its most stylized forms. Just look at the collection inspired by the Mar del Plata chair created by Eduardo Aldacour.

Eduardo Aldacour devised a personal and urban version of this emblematic piece.  This is how the 'Sauce' series was born, made up of a wide and enveloping armchair that is complemented by stools of different sizes.
Eduardo Aldacour devised a personal and urban version of this emblematic piece. This is how the ‘Sauce’ series was born, made up of a wide and enveloping armchair that is complemented by stools of different sizes.Courtesy Aldacour Collection

The name of the Aldacour series, ‘Sauce’, comes from the material with which the pieces are made, which maintain the sustainable essence of the original, made of that soft wood and wicker so that it could degrade in the sea. Below, we see one of its stools in situ, in the note of this department of Núñez.

Banquette with black wicker base and colored leather sole (Aldacour Collection).  Petiribí bedside tables (Marini Estudio).  Lamp 'Tokyo' (Imdi).  Photo (Lucia Mara).  Bedding (Between Two).  Cushions (The Company).  Carpet (Rug It).
Banquette with black wicker base and colored leather sole (Aldacour Collection). Petiribí bedside tables (Marini Estudio). Lamp ‘Tokyo’ (Imdi). Photo (Lucia Mara). Bedding (Between Two). Cushions (The Company). Carpet (Rug It). Daniel Karp

Increasingly, we visit homeowners who want to evoke a feeling of permanent vacation at home, and the favorite theme is the beach. There, natural fibers They play a determining role in creating that climate. Let’s see some.

Jute rug (Gloria Atelier).  Lamps 'Farola' (The Happy).  Sofa (RL Interior Design).  Floor lamp and low table (La Charrúa).  Cotton Voile Curtains (De Fourcade).
Jute rug (Gloria Atelier). Lamps ‘Farola’ (The Happy). Sofa (RL Interior Design). Floor lamp and low table (La Charrúa). Cotton Voile Curtains (De Fourcade). Daniel Karp

the interior designer Roxana Lotersztain he was very clear that he wanted to give his house in front of the lagoon the beach wave that he captured during the years spent working in Miami and frequent visits to his brother in Australia. He achieved that relaxed style with a white in different textures, natural fibers and light woods.

Hanging raffia lamps (Shilton-Stefani Architects showroom).  Photo by Gonzalo Lauda printed on canvas and a 4.6 m old lapacho bench made to order (Pablo Ledesma).
Hanging raffia lamps (Shilton-Stefani Architects showroom). Photo by Gonzalo Lauda printed on canvas and a 4.6 m old lapacho bench made to order (Pablo Ledesma).Daniel Karp

In this house whose entrance is seen above (and which you can see in full by clicking here) the owner of the house entrusted the Shilton-Stefani studio with a relaxed and at the same time elegant atmosphere that refers to exotic beaches.

Cuban type fans (Mimbrero del Pilar), hanging hammocks (Compañía Nativa), pergola (Gabriel Konfederak) and living room with bamboo armchairs brought from Uruguay.
Cuban type fans (Mimbrero del Pilar), hanging hammocks (Compañía Nativa), pergola (Gabriel Konfederak) and living room with bamboo armchairs brought from Uruguay.Daniel Karp

In this case, the homeowners wanted to achieve an atmosphere of the beaches of Bali.

'Said' wallpaper (Les Papiers de Ninon, France), 'Voltige' lamp with articulated arms by AM:PM (La Redoute, France) and custom-made sofas with off white tussor covers (@deco.paula).
‘Said’ wallpaper (Les Papiers de Ninon, France), ‘Voltige’ lamp with articulated arms by AM:PM (La Redoute, France) and custom-made sofas with off white tussor covers (@deco.paula).Santiago Ciuffo

The owners chose the motif of this wallpaper that they brought from France because it refers to vacations, and that informality folds the wicker and iron armchairs.

White and natural wood is the ideal combination to achieve sophisticated warmth. With that touch of color, the dynamic lines of classics stand out even more Verner Panton chairs in rattan version.

Chairs (Loft Living). Handmade rug (Mae). Wood sculpture (Cécile Boyd).Bureaux/Warren Heath

Above and below, different scenes in the same house in South Africa, full of ideas to be inspired: we leave you the link to see the complete tour here.

On the wall, a composition of raffia pieces in black, white gold and blue.  On the table, a row of pots of different sizes in their original colors.  To the right, lanterns in black basketwork and a painting form an expressive corner.
On the wall, a composition of raffia pieces in black, white gold and blue. On the table, a row of pots of different sizes in their original colors. To the right, lanterns in black basketwork and a painting form an expressive corner.Bureaux/Warren Heath

Everything that is placed in front of a bluish gray like the one in this kitchen, is trimmed and stands out in a special way. So it was a good idea Rosario Pinasco resort to these light and so cancheras stools.

Lacquered central island (HPS Design, Fabián Portal) with Silestone stove and countertop in 'WhiteStorm'.  Wicker stools (Brugués Mosconi).
Lacquered central island (HPS Design, Fabián Portal) with Silestone stove and countertop in ‘WhiteStorm’. Wicker stools (Brugués Mosconi).Daniel Karp

With a large island and ‘Mar del Plata’ stools, the kitchen below these lines looks like a bar inside the house itself.

The Leone Loray studio put its stamp on both this piece of furniture and the hanging crockery, which have curved edges.
The Leone Loray studio put its stamp on both this piece of furniture and the hanging crockery, which have curved edges.People. Tejo Ediciones

A Justina Socas, owner of this apartment located in front of the Palacio Devoto, came up with the idea of ​​using the baskets to make this original trio of hanging lamps. From there came the rest of the setting in earth tones, white and the green of the indoor plants.

'Mar del Plata' chairs (Marcovecchio Sisters).  Jute rug.  Inherited lapacho table, Basket (Sense).  Palm tree (Nursery Mario).  Curved armchair (Laura O).
‘Mar del Plata’ chairs (Marcovecchio Sisters). Jute rug. Inherited lapacho table, Basket (Sense). Palm tree (Nursery Mario). Curved armchair (Laura O). Magali Saberian

A standard sized bedroom layout gains interest with warm touches of wood and the transporting effect of a rattan fan and two wicker pendants.

The interior design was in charge of Sol Palou, who used the objects and textiles of his brand, Sol Palou Deco.
The interior design was in charge of Sol Palou, who used the objects and textiles of his brand, Sol Palou Deco. Daniel Karp

The rattan tray has all the presence of a sculpture at the height of the work that accompanies it. It is also in tune with the mat-fronted bar. A successful space the house of the stylist Carina Michelli what you can see by clicking here

Bar cabinet (Carola Mauer).  Sculpture (Agustin Leiro).  Vase (BoConcept).  Rattan tray tray (Cari Ríos).  'Brasa B' chairs and table (all, Bull) with onyx top (Ragomar Marble for Canteras del Mundo).
Bar cabinet (Carola Mauer). Sculpture (Agustin Leiro). Vase (BoConcept). Rattan tray tray (Cari Ríos). ‘Brasa B’ chairs and table (all, Bull) with onyx top (Ragomar Marble for Canteras del Mundo).Javier Picerno
Mirror, lamps and accessories in natural fibers by Sol Palou Deco.
Mirror, lamps and accessories in natural fibers by Sol Palou Deco.Daniel Karp




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