DCP is successfully populating a variety of cafes and restaurants in Bucharest.
With our range of furniture are trying to fill in gaps we noticed in the HoReCa dedicated furniture such as the right balance between price and uniqueness. Usually there is a reverse ratio between the technology used in one product and its uniqueness, as technology; in order to be effective requires mass production. We addressed this issue by relying on craftsmanship rather than technology and adapted the design to artisan skills to be found in small workshops in Transylvania.
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DCP Chair

  • Prize
    Winner in Chair
  • Company/Firm
    Corvin Cristian Studio
  • Designer
    Corvin Cristian
  • Lead Designer(Other)
    Vlad Hani
  • Location
    Bucharest
  • Project Date
    2018

A steam punk take on Eames, Calder and Prouve meets nostalgia for the heavy-duty workshop furniture.
The constructing principle is based on two identical cut metal pieces symmetrically bent.
DCP comes with a matching table whose insect-shaped support is an answer to the issue of a central stand without a base that impedes the feet. Materials: Solid local ash legs, metal structure, ash plywood
DCP is an object with strong personality and prominent features but at the same time discretely blends in and seems "deja vu".
DCP is successfully populating a variety of cafes and restaurants in Bucharest.
With our range of furniture are trying to fill in gaps we noticed in the HoReCa dedicated furniture such as the right balance between price and uniqueness. Usually there is a reverse ratio between the technology used in one product and its uniqueness, as technology; in order to be effective requires mass production. We addressed this issue by relying on craftsmanship rather than technology and adapted the design to artisan skills to be found in small workshops in Transylvania.

Bio
CCS is an award winning design and architecture practice specialized in hospitality projects, office spaces and retail. Since 2012 CCS joined international team Theleisureway in developing innovative design solutions for the changing retail environment with an emphasis on public spaces in shopping malls around the world.
CCS was founded in 2002 by Corvin Cristian, a designer trained as architect who worked for a decade as production designer and art director for feature films while also designing exhibition pavilions, scenography for tv commercials and shows, clubs, bars and restaurants.

Other prizes
Shortlisted World Interior News London 2018 for BRICI. Winner at BIG SEE Awards 2019 for Microsoft Offices Honorable Mention Award at Lighting International Awards 2019 in the Workplace Lighting category for Microsoft Bucharest Offices Light Design Longlisted at FRAME Awards 2018 for Kaleidoskop Switzerland for best entertainment interior. Shortlisted at the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards 2017 for Paine si Vin. Shortlisted World Interior News London, 2017, for Paine si Vin. Property Awards London 2015 best leisure interior RO: Studio Hermes. Shortlisted WIN Awards, London 2016 for MOONY Cafe. Shortlisted at Restaurant and Bar Design Awards London 2014 for Studio Hermes. Property Awards London 2015 Highly commendable: Casa Boema. Longlisted World Interior News Award 2015 for Casa Boema. Shortlisted at Restaurant and Bar Design Awards, London 2013 for BON restaurant. Elle Decoration RO Design Awards: Best Interior Designer 2014. Award at the Bucharest Architecture Annuale 2012 Interior design Award for the “Lacrimi si Sfinti” restaurant. Shortlisted World Interior News Awards 2012 for Headvertising Offices. placed 3rd out of 240 worldwide projects. Shortlisted Restaurant and Bar Design Awards 2013 for Lacrimi si Sfinti Restaurant. Award at Velux Daylight Architects 2011 for “Gh. Lazar Attic Conversion”. Nominee at the Bucharest Architecture Annuale 2010 for Headvertising Offices. Award at Fluente Arhitext Festival 2011 for Headvertising offices. Award at Bucharest Architecture Biennale 2008, Medal of the President of UAR for Gh Lazar Attic conversion