Y Chair

 

Overview

Tom Dixon's recent adventures in hotel, restaurants, bar and office design got them looking for a chair to withstand heavy use, constant knocks and the daily abuse of the professional world. Additionally, they wanted this chair to have a recognisable silhouette, an ergonomic shape and a modern attitude. 

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Stillwater Club Chair

 

Overview

Studio DUNN revealed fresh new designs at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York this year. The Stillwater Club Chair and also the Kujira Table are the first of several new pieces planned for release this year. The roomy and inviting Stillwater Club Chair features dynamic angles and 

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Opencase

 

Overview

Opencase, introduced in May 2013, is a reconfigurable storage system that unites furniture level craft with high function and impeccable design.  The shortcomings of most modular shelving systems stem partially from the use of ‘wall standards', or some form of vertical support for shelving. 

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Twist Stool

 

Overview

Zanotta implements a system where design choices go hand in hand with the manufacturing of contemporary products, with great care taken on finish and construction detail, thanks to a production chain that is one of its kind in modern Italian manufacture. At Milan Design Week 2014, they presented 12 new 

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Pick Up Sticks

 

Overview

Established in 2011, Resident is a progressive design and manufacturing company based in New Zealand. Specialising in Furniture and Lighting, Resident draws from the eclectic inspirations of the world's best upcoming and established designers to produce a clean, crafted, functional and thought provoking 

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Patch di Fiammati collection

 

Overview

This collection of sofas, poufs, cushions, tables and rugs features cool tones, smooth lines and linear graphics to create a vibrant collection. Designed by Rosita Missoni, the range shows off the endless interplay between furnishings and fashion with silk jacquards, watercolour tapestries and quilted 

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2014 Collection for Vitra

 

Overview

The issue of dynamics in design has become a theme in the ongoing collaboration between the two British designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby and Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra. This is demonstrated by several of the company's new products, such as the Mariposa Sofa, whose flexibly tilting side and 

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Rama

 

Overview

The final version of the Rama chair was presented at the Salone del Mobile di Milano 2014. Designed by the Ramos Bassols studio, it was a case of love at first sight, or rather, at first email between the studio and Kristalia. It took just one email presenting the design and an immediate spark was struck 

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AHNDA

 

Overview

For almost 25 years, DEDON has been creating outdoor furniture of unparalleled comfort, quality and style. One of America's leading design talents was invited by the company to use its unique expertise to create a new kind of upholstery: AHNDA by Stephen Burks. Woven with an innovative textile cord, AHNDA 

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Herb Sofa

 

Overview

Turkish furniture designer Burak Kocak has created Herb, a multifunctional sofa and living space. The idea was to create a compact space that combines multiple functions for the area in which people spend much of their time at home. The sofa itself is placed between a table on one side and a shelving unit 

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Wallmonds Shelves Frame

 

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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The Washington Collection

 

Overview

This exclusive new collection was designed by renowned London-based architect, David Adjaye. The Washington Collection for Knoll consists of seating that transforms David Adjaye's architectural and sculptural vision into accessible objects for the home and office. The two cantilevered chairs - 

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FRAMES Collection

 

Overview

The history of Expormim, a third generation family firm, created a challenge for Jaime to tell an old story in a new and interesting way. All of Expormim's products have a strong identity and exude a flavour of the Mediterranean area they hail from, a characteristic they share with Hayon. For the 

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Buk and Slice

 

Overview

Normann Copenhagen presents Buk, designed by Supershape and Slice - an oak table top. The Buk Table Legs were designed by Danish design studio Supershape for Normann Copenhagen. Buk is a harmonic design made of oak, consisting of three round rods and a crossbar. Buk has a friendly and curved design and is 

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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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