OMEGA WORK WALL

 

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Omega Workwall creates free-standing, executive environments in open-plan spaces as a stylish alternative to the conventional cellular office. Completely self-supporting, it requires no wall fixing and can be re-located if required for workspace flexibility. Workwall's elegant appearance belies its 

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THE TOM KUNDIG COLLECTION

 

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The Tom Kundig Collection is a steel accessories line focused on intimately scaled hardware components. Each piece celebrates the moments when people touch the buildings and spaces they inhabit. Designed by Kundig, the collection consists of twenty-five unique cut-and-folded steel products ranging 

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SANCAL FLOAT SOFA

 

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Float is a contemporary couch designed for multiple purposes. This slim floating seat with incorporated back wall provides complete privacy in open spaces, to rest back on, hang one's scarf or coat on, or simply wait in the secluded area given by its high back. One of the main characteristics of Karim 

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B-LINE WOOPY CHAIR COLLECTION

 

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Made from a single rotomoulded polyethylene piece, the Woopy small armchair is generously-sized. With its higher seating, the Woopy barstool features sinuous lines. It has a comfortable backrest and armrests as well as a chromium-plated tube serving as footrest. Both the armchair and barstool can also 

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VIGILIA BENCH

 

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The Vigilia combines simplicity and fine crafting to create a versatile and distinctive bench Originally designed by Eric Parry for the Dick Sheppard Chapel at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in London, the Vigilia combines simplicity and fine crafting to create a versatile and distinctive bench. It 

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100 YEARS AFTER THE PARTY

 

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Makiko Nakamura's ornate ceramics collection '100 years after the party', is a perfect representation of her style; a hardy mix of fantasy and reality which follows a fairy tale narrative with a beauty and the beast feel. The collection is inspired by a story Nakamura tells about a tea service left 

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SAN STOOL

 

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SAN stool was developed as a commercial quality stacking stool, primarily targeted towards the hospitality market. Additionally, SAN was developed to complement the highly successfully Filament table (released 2011). This fresh design balances an intriguing form against an informed use of material and 

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KUBE

 

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A product with a simple but ingenious design, the KUBE is a clever decorative piece that blends functionality and aesthetics. Developed by designer and decorator Emmanuelle Legavre, the KUBE is elegant and fun, comfortable and compact, clever and mobile. A feminine design as well as a modular and 

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TOJ

 

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The designer Simon Legald has created a clothes rack with an industrial and simple expression for Normann Copenhagen named Toj. Its function is evident and its simple construction – with a rail, shelf and trusses – provides space for clothes, shoes and bags. The idea behind Toj is to bring 

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SFO CHAIR

 

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With a formative experience serving as an apprentice to a renowned sculptor during his studies, architect Jeff Alan Gard gained an appreciation for organic shapes and the strength and the literal and figurative flexibility of natural materials. Carrying these principles to furniture design, the SFO 

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OMI PENDANTS

 

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Designed by Naomi Paul, the Omi pendant collection, GLUCK, XL GLUCK, SONNE, XL SONNE and HANNA are the principal designs in a series of handcrafted minimal flat pack pendants that evolved from the desire to create lighting that is timeless, playful and quietly opulent. They are designed to be used in any 

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BELL

 

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Normann Copenhagen presents Bell, designed by Andreas Lund and Jacob Rudbeck. The expression is robust, the form is simple. Bell is a steel ceiling lamp in an iconic bell shape and with special attention paid to its details. Its round, even surface gives the lamp the impression of having been cast rather 

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PAISLEY

 

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Paisley was created by Spanish design studio Luis Eslava Studio for LZF Lamps. It is a modular screen whose geometric, curvy shapes transform the light that passes through it. Paisley is an architectonic piece that allows us to define spaces by assembling several modules, but also a canvas where 

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inFINITE

 

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inFINITE is a waiting area seating system designed primarily for passenger terminals and intercontinental airports. From the outset Zoeftig intended that inFINITE should be a unique and truly groundbreaking product that would take airport seating forward and set Zoeftig apart from and ahead of its 

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SUNSPOT P.E.V

 

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The “SUNSPOT P.E.V.” is a movable and portable unit of furniture that functions as a handy outdoor/indoor table and as a clean, powerful and renewable energy source that, when fully charged, offers 800 Watts of power. Occupying only 18” X 24”, it can be rolled to any location, 

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DISHY

 

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Dishy is a dynamic seating and sofa system designed by David Fox produced in the UK under license by Ocee Design. Its source of inspiration and name derives from the well-balanced square shapes of contemporary tableware. The furniture is extended and extruded to form an encapsulating seating shape which 

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STEPHANIE COLLECTION

 

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The Stephanie Collection offers a new twist on the modern rustic aesthetic. Inspired by the strata lines found in rock formations, the Stephanie collection combines a contemporary form language with the raw unadorned beauty of the materials used in its construction. Cutting through the plywood layers has 

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WATCH ME

 

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The decorative wall clock Watch Me, designed by RasmusGottliebsen, has now been launched in three new colours: pink, green and blue. The inspiration for the three new colours was taken from the block colours of the fashion world, which Normann Copenhagen now brings into the interior design sphere. Watch 

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