Collection by Bek Gilsenan

Film + Design: 2001, A Space Odyssey

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Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece is a study in why weird chairs, neon walls and wide open spaces are awesome.

The restaurant has a glass facade that stretches between the building's pillars.
The red area acts as a lounge and features a variety of seating that includes Kiki benches by Ilmari Tapiovaara and...
The dining room centers around a custom Saarinen-designed marble-and-terrazzo table ringed by Tulip chairs.
At the bottom of the stairs is a second living space that includes a fireplace.
A trio of Djinn Chairs by French designer Olivier Mourgue from 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), lay atop light boxes.
The apartment’s main stairwell, disguised as a Shaker cabinet–meets–Japanese tansu stair, houses storage for kitchen...
The bedroom is tucked in the back of the residence and doesn’t receive a lot of natural light.
The kitchen and dining area and is surrounded by orange steps that function as seating.
Paffuta by Luca Nichetto for Discipline, $3,850 A designer based in Milan and Stockholm created this ode to Finnish...
Roche Bobois’s Agami sofa anchors the media room.
Clayden claims that Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey was the inspiration for his bathroom.
Sobek's extensive use of glass cladding for his projects effectively blends interior and exterior space, while...
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