SERIES 8000

 

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Public Seating with a new aesthetic design language. Benches are essential to the interior decoration of waiting rooms in a wide variety of environments, such as public buildings, administrations, congress and trade fair centres, hospitals and nursing homes, airports and railway stations, just to name a 

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SLIGO

 

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Yaffe Mays aim to make furniture with meaning and value that not only endures but also increases with time, and through use. They use hardwoods - native Irish when suitable - traditional joinery and finishing techniques. Their work combines the best elements of vernacular furniture with a modern, 

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ALUCHAIR

 

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Ligne Roset manufactured the 260 Aluchair chairs which were designed by architect Jacques Ferrier to equip the French Pavilion in Shanghai, and has been manufacturing them for public consumption ever since. Aluchair was devised by Jacques Ferrier and Pauline Marchetti for their French Pavilion project 

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STEPPING STONES

 

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The Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary design firm, Think Fabricate, created the Stepping Stones collection as a playful exploration between surface and form. The original lineup - a chair and ottoman set, bench, and credenza - all feature functional cutouts emulating the forms of stepping stones with 

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PLOOOP

 

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Award-winning London based designer Timothy Schreiber is pleased to announce the launch of the Plooop Chair at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 8-12 February 2011. Succeeding the sleek Plooop Armchair which debuted last year at London's 100% Design Fair, the Plooop Chair features the unique triple plywood 

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Risti

 

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The initial purpose of the project is to create an alternative way of stacking system for the context, though the chair "Risti" is composed of typical components, solid wood construction and laminated veneer seat. The wooden cross frame was applied to compose its construction by thin leg materials, in 

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Dancing Line

 

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Dancing Line Product Description Formica Corporation of America and the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) in Cincinnati, Ohio approached the design firm to develop a seating element prototype to be shown as part of a group exhibit entitled FORM: Contemporary Architects at Play. The Formica Lounger was one of 

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FOLD CHAIR

 

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Fold chair by Nina Bruun "I wanted the chair to be foldable and to have references to Scandinavian and Japanese design." The shell consists of six pieces of hard plastic, which is upholstered with woollen felt. All seams on the chair are hand sewn, which took me 105 hours. The seams are visible to 

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NEST CHAIR

 

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Nina Bruun's Nest Chair Nest Chair is Nina Bruun's latest piece of work, influenced by the coming season, nature and of course...a bird's nest. Bruun's idea was to create ‘graphical chaos which still felt like a unified whole'. The chair's supporting structure consists of a base, seat and four 

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Hockerbank

 

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The Hockerbank (stoolbench) is an idiosyncratic offspring of the Stuhlhockerbank (chairstoolbench) family. 

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Gaudi Chair

 

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  The Gaudi Chair is the follow-up of the Gaudi Stool which was created in 2009. It was designed using the same method as Antoni Gaudi, who made models of hanging chains, that upside-down showed him the strongest shape for his churches. Additionally, to be able to determine the structure of the 

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BAMBOO TWIST TABLES

 

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Bamboo Pedestals In bamboo, as with other grasses, the inner regions of the plant stem are hollow and the cross sections are scattered throughout the stem instead of in a cylindrical arrangement. The woody xylem is also absent, which causes the stems to be columnar rather than tapering. Bamboos are also 

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Chool

 

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Chool is a product which interacts with its users. As the user sits and places weight on the bench a back support erects behind in a fluid motion, offering added comfort and support. With the introduction of Chool comes an innovation in the world of seating. Chool combines the qualities of both a chair 

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BUCKET STOOL

 

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The Bucket Stool (Also available as a barstool) is made up of a galvanised steel bucket which is skillfully handmade by a team of crafters in a township outside of Cape Town. The plywood legs are precision cut to maximise the use of materials and the seat upholstered with a durable cotton fabric on a 

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Ball chair

 

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The Ball chair is a design by London-based artist Finn Stone. The chair is made out of recycled ABS and coated with a high-quality paint which makes the chairs and tables suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. 

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MT Rocker Solid

 

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MT Rocker Solid, 2010 Stainless Steel Edition of 6 

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DS-315

 

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The lines of the DS-315 are hallmarked by a subtle interplay of concave and convex surfaces. The architectonic composition is mirrored in the outer skin, which is made up of a number of different pieces: the four-element base is married perfectly to the upper armrest section, which opens up invitingly 

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Workshop Chair

 

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Designed by original Berliner Jerszy Seymour the Workshop chair is a particularly sturdy chair considering its limited use of materials; a few batons of wood, some polycapralactone wax and a lot of imagination. The workshop chair is a great example of economically accessible yet aesthetically 

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