Bai Chair

 

Overview

The Bai chair, designed by Ander Lizaso for Ondarreta, is an example of the resurgence of iconic Scandinavian aesthetics. It combines classic and contemporary features, a leitmotif of the young Spanish designer. The seat morphology itself has been inspired by classic mid-century Scandinavian designs, with 

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gliTch_desk & gliTch_shelf

 

Overview

Glitch_Desk was born from a ‘built to last' concept, with a strong structural design and made from environmentally friendly materials. Its steel frame provides the strength and the bamboo gives it a silky-smooth work surface. The workstation becomes multi-use with its extension feature, which serves 

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Les Luminaires Céline Wright

 

Overview

From Inhoma Design - a French importer based in Quebec - comes a collection of contemporary lighting intended to enhance any architectural project. As admirers of ancestral techniques and noble materials, the founders of Inhoma Design aim to offer architects and interior designers the opportunity to 

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Kyoto Sideboard

 

Overview

French brand Colonel kept it simple with the design of this minimal yet stylish Kyoto Sideboard, drawing inspiration from partitions found in Ryokan (traditional Japanese inns).  With accent doors in pale grey or sunny yellow, Kyoto was designed by Isabelle Gilles and Yann Poncelet and built to last, 

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LayAir & Armada Collection

 

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From Croatian-born designer Zoran Jedrejcic comes the LayAir & Armada Collection, defined by simple, accurate forms and coloured fabrics. The legs, made from solid wood, serve as identifiable characteristics of each piece, evoking the beauty of natural timber. The double-faced upholstery is removable, 

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Copenhague Collection

 

Overview

Danish design brand Hay invited French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec to design a new collection of furniture for the newly remodelled Faculty of Humanities at Kobenhavns University of Copenhagen (KUA). With a wooden chair, a stool, and several tables and desks, the Copenhague collection was 

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Drawing Series

 

Overview

Jinil Park is a Korean designer and independent artist who majored in metal craft design and mainly uses metal for his works. The concept for his Drawing Series project is, of course, the ‘drawing' and its creation was actually by accident. Park was thinking of making a new project by comfortably 

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Blow Up Collection by Céline Godin

 

Overview

In 1956, Carmen Bourque opened Patio Rama Bourque, showing remarkable foresight and enterprising spirit at a time when the market for outdoor furniture and accessories was still relatively small. From the outset, Mrs. Bourque insisted upon selling only the highest-quality products of impeccable design. 

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Bumper Bed

 

Overview

Australian designer Marc Newson has designed the Bumper Bed for French brand Domeau & Pérès. The bed is low to the ground with chunky bumpers created from foam padding and a leather cover over a wooden structure. The bed was created based on his own experiences of having difficulty 

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RISE SOFA

 

Overview

Rise is a classic, elegant sofa with a strong individual expression. It bears the Scandinavian identity through its distinct base in wood, where the soft upholstered shape rests on top, with a characteristic tension in its high back. Its major challenge is to work as well in public spaces as in a home. 

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Numéro 7

 

Overview

Christophe Mayer, who previously designed the Puzzle Range, has once more collaborated with HI-MACS® in the creation of a new piece of furniture. Numéro 7 is a new console table made from HI-MACS® new generation acrylic stone and is a perfect fir for any hallway. The material gives the 

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Zippo

 

Overview

Zippo is a two seated upholstered sofa conceived for office and contract environments, featured by essential and fairly lines. This is a niche way of getting privacy and being isolated from the surroundings. It may be a perfect place for a meeting, working on computer or talking on the phone. The height 

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THONET 404 Family

 

Overview

More than 180 years ago Michael Thonet started to make chairs and furniture according to his patented process by bending wood. This makes his company the world’s oldest industrial furniture manufacturer. Its products are indissolubly linked to the coffee-house style of the 19th century and the 

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AREA

 

Overview

Area is a lovely series of smaller tables that accompany Fogias other products well. Consisting of two sizes and a rich, subtle colour scheme, the tables can be combined together to fine compositions of round shapes overlapping each other. Area works just as beautifully by itself, and becomes the helpful 

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THE FLAG HALYARD CHAIR 1950

 

Overview

The Flag Halyard Chair by Hans J. Wegner designed in 1950 is truly one of a kind. Made of solid stainless steel, 240 meters specially developed flag line and a long-haired sheep skin it is the ultimate relaxing luxury! "We must be careful that everything doesn't get so dreadfully serious. We must play - 

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Cabinet-desk

 

Overview

Cabinet-desk by Laura Petraityte is a compact, functional and minimalistic piece of furniture that can be easily transformed into a workplace. Easily assembled, the Cabinet-desk is designed for convenient storage and accessibility. A rigid humidity proof HPL sheet structure attributes to reliable storage 

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Wallmonds Hanger

 

Overview

Wallmonds is a project that has been developed by the Studio of Gonçalo Campos in order to experiment and play with product typologies, communication methods, production and delivery to the final user, in a way that their work designing for other brands doesn't allow. This freedom and the direct 

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Bardi's Bowl Chair

 

Overview

The Bowl Chair designed by the Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi in 1951 is a semi-spherical seat resting on a metallic ring structure, supported by four legs. The Bowl Chair's simple form echoes Bo Bardi's love for simple, functional, organic forms and this value, which Arper shares, inspired all 

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