Jethou Two Seat Sofa

 

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The Jethou two seat sofa takes its name from a remote corner of the Channel Islands, describing the privacy and comfort of a sofa in your own home. With the looks of a love seat and the comfort of a sofa, Jethou is a discreet and stylist sofa chair available in a variety of plush fabrics and recycled wool 

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SLO_GEN table

 

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The SLO_Gen communal table is the new focal point of Gensler’s Los Angeles office lobby, and the result of a partnership between Gensler and the Department of Architecture. In order to achieve stunning curves, HI-MACS® material due to its thermoforming properties, resistance, seamless joints 

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AFRIKA

 

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The Afrika model is a series in two different styles: the fixed Afrika sofa, the fixed Afrika armchair, and the swivel Afrika armchair. Designed by Jorge Pensi for Cármenes, the Argentinian born designer focusses on sleek lines and supreme comfort in the new range.  The pieces feature 

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NOUGHTS & CROSSES

 

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The new collection by Modus and designed by Michael Sodeau is a simple take on the traditional stool: Noughts & Crosses. The three- or four-legged stools are available in two different heights to be used for bar or dining table use. The oak stools have a steel powder coat with the O and X variations 

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Highland Park Drinks Cabinet

 

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The Highland Park drinks cabinet, designed exclusively to house, and safeguard, their Orcadian Vintage Range. The exterior of the piece is hand crafted in beautiful American Black Walnut with a surprising Purple Heart interior creating a naturally eye catching glow. It is the attention to detail and 

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An amalgamation of things

 

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Frank designed furniture and textiles and Ericson had an eye for detail and presentation. They called it "Accidentism" or "The Happy Chances Philosophy." Their conviction that a home should be an eclectic mix of old and new, of different styles, colours and patterns, lives on today in the store and in 

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DIXIE

 

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Inspiration for this sofa comes from Mad Men, the US-American series portraying the advertising industry of the 1960s. Our aim was to capture the spirit of that time and spice it up with modern elements.The simple, almost angular sofa frame forms an exciting contrast to the round shape of the wood legs 

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THE ANDERSEN CHAIR

 

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A perfect interplay of wood, brass and fiberglass. The tapered chair legs of this stylish piece are made of solid wood and merge into a fiber glass recess under the seat which ensures an even distribution of weight. A brass ring joins each leg to the seat and creates a beautiful transition between the 

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The Gift of the Spirit

 

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Handmade furniture in old pinewood recycled from the Harbor of Reykavik which was contructed between 1913 and 1917. Johann got the idea to design furniture when he built a bed in 2011 for himself. As a result, he received inquiries about the bed and built another on request. Last year, Johann learnt 

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STAR CHAIR

 

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The Star chair was designed with the intent on creating a “new to world” chair with a holistic balance of form, function and fashion. The Star chair consists of 4 legs, a seat and a back support but that is where any similarity to a typical chair ends. A unique 360 degree form reflects as much 

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Anywhere Case

 

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The workplace is changing. Traditional, habitual working practices once integral to the workplace now risk constraining the contemporary worker. Activity Based or Nomadic working is gathering momentum among businesses seeking to improve productivity, whilst enabling employees to achieve their desired 

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The Tom Kundig Collection

 

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In 2012, Olson Kundig Architects launched the Tom Kundig Collection—a steel accessories line focused on intimately scaled hardware components. Each piece celebrates the moments when people touch the buildings and spaces they inhabit. Envisioned as the first of several product lines by the firm, the 

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RORO

 

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The RORO table, part of the Cliff Young 45th Anniversary Collection, is shown in stained ash with glamorous silver cerusing and a hand rubbed finish, with a blackened steel tubing base. Like all of our signature collection pieces, Roro is 100% customizable and available with green options, and has 

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COWRIE COLLECTION

 

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The Cowrie collection is inspired by the concave lines of sea shells. The curvilinear forms are the result of an extensive research and innovation process, that bridges the handmade with the digital. Sweeping lines are displayed in a gentle, single surface monocoque fold. The all-in-one structure, formed 

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NORSE

 

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The brief was to design a multi functional wooden arm chair, we wanted to use wood as to help prevent the chair dating and to ensure it was environmental The Norse chair, designed by Simon Pengelly, combines centuries old means of furniture production, such as steam bending,with more modern methods. Ply 

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DOUGLAS COUPLAND COLLECTION

 

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The "Douglas Coupland for SwitzerCultCreative" Collection includes five pieces of furniture designed with the goal of creating an ideal writing environment that would work in small living spaces or create a comfortable "Writer's Nook" in a large space. The desk, bookcase and chair are 

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VZOR

 

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Vzór came into existence thanks to dream of creating a collection based on the icons of Polish design. Thanks to the undertaking, the conditions are created so that objects which so far have only been exhibited in galleries and museums could be produced industrially and become available for 

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Line Console

 

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"I have always been inspired by the simple forms of turntables and entertainment units from the 1960s," says designer Nathan Yong - a remarkable statement when you learn that Yong grew up in a wooden hut by the sea, where he and his brother made their own toys and "waited for low tides so we could pick up 

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