Bruzkus Batek Architects transformed this apartment in a classical building in Berlin into a streamlined space lined with rich materials. The 1,500-square-foot space is a Moscow-based couple's second home. The stately dining setup features a custom table and Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs. PSLAB is responsible for the lighting concept throughout.
In a couple’s Mexico City apartment designed by David Levy of Flexform, a Murano chandelier hangs above a marble-topped dining table from the showroom.
Tom Dixon pendant lamps hang above a steel-and-marble dining table by Chris Connell topped by Kate Hume vases and surrounded by painted Thonet chairs at this lush Australian estate.
This minimalist Atlanta home’s informal dining space has a slightly rustic feel, sporting bronze and wood in the form of a Lindsey Adams Adelman chandelier for Roll & Hill and a table by Terry Dwan, mixed with folk-art touches like the Eames House Birds and a cuckoo clock from Diamantini & Domeniconi. The PK8 chairs from Republic of Fritz Hansen were designed by Poul Kjærlholm and sourced from Kuhl-Linscomb in Houston, Texas.
In the dining area of this Swedish prefab, Splügen Bräu pendant lamps for Flos hang over a Super-Elliptical table by Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson for Fritz Hansen.
Instead of isolating the dining table and kitchen island at this Toronto home, architect Reza Aliabadi chose to raise the dining room floor in order to keep both surfaces the same height. The custom table is surrounded by Selene white leather chairs and an E23 wood bench. A lighting fixture from Royal Lighting hangs overhead.
A vintage Lightolier pendant and sleek Arclinea cabinets by Antonio Citterio stand out against a wall paneled in reclaimed pine in the kitchen of this indoor-outdoor Mexican home. Seating is a mix of Bertoia wire chairs and armchairs by the Mexican designer Hector Esrawe.
A Design Within Reach table and Eames chairs create an open dining room off the kitchen at this Austin house. A Cord Pendant light by Brendan Ravenhill hangs from the ceiling.