The dressing table was designed especially for the 2012 Dan Haus project. This was an installation by Doshi Levien for IMM Cologne that explored Jonathan and Nipa's vision of a perfect house. "Chandlo" was situated in the dressing room zone with an architectural juxtaposition of forms and plans, for it beseen from all angles.
Dressing table: Structure in solid ash fitted out in black matte. The table legs are tubular steel, painted in a brilliant green. The solid, compact table top (mixed natural minerals and polymers) is in a light grey. There is a central, frontal faced mirror, which is composed of a steel frame, painted in red. The back of the mirror is black MDF painted with a graphic pattern in brillant white. The side mirror has a filtered rose colour. The jewellery box in plywood (rosewood).
Stool: Structure in plywood (rosewood) and legs in steel, painted in brillant black. Upholstered in dark grey with a bordered grid, in an aluminium colour.