Cila

 

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Cila designed by Lievore Altherr for Arper.  A simple gesture, a sensuous feel. The fluid form of Cila was inspired by the image of layers of cloth enveloping the body. Its silhouette of smooth lines retains a graphic character from its distinctive curve––the most essential symbol of 

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AXYL Chair

 

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Benjamin Hubert of experience design agency LAYER will launch the AXYL collection for UK furniture brand Allermuir at the London Design Festival in September at Somerset House. Comprising a chair, available with and without arms, a barstool and a café table, AXYL utilises a strong geometric design 

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Nora

 

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Nora, the new collection designed by Michael Schmidt, is a project encompassing varied possibilities for use in one formal gesture. Composed of an armchair and a lounge chair, the collection is characterized by welcoming lines ensuring a high level of comfort: the shell is a continuous form wrapped around 

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Trinetic Task Chair

 

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Trinetic is the world’s first fully certified task chair to provide dynamic support without the need for manual user adjustment. Providing ergonomic excellence and an unrivalled level of comfort, it can be specified across a broad array of settings in the workplace. From a collaborative work chair 

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Waves

 

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Waves was created as street furniture with the idea of user protection against sitting on the cold and dirty ground. Named after the geometric shape of the basic module, which is thus transformed from a visual motif into a functional form. This design proposal for a contemporary city bench seeks to 

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asko

 

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ASKO a small Danish Island The name for the chair came from Patrick Norguet's love for the small Danish Island Askø, which for him was the perfect connection between Danish history and design. It also sounded great in French, which is why it is spelled the French way: ASKO. Patrick Norguet's idea 

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Catch

 

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Catch, Jaime Hayon’s first contribution to &tradition’s collection, is a chair that welcomes you with open arms. Its armrests extend from the shell like literal limbs, ready to embrace you as you sit down. In addition to being a witty personification, it is also an eye-catching piece of 

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Leaf Collection

 

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This year, the TON Company´s novelty product, the Leaf Collection, scored well in the German Design Award 2017 Competition. The chair and barstool, by the Italian E-GGS Studio was awarded the Winner´s title. "When designing, we primarily considered products that would be lightweight, rational 

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Cotton

 

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Missana's new armchair, Cotton, created by the international Spanish designer Eli Gutiérrez, is the latest arrival to The Novelties Catalogue. Cotton is an exclusive piece that takes us to a dreamlike world through its trendy and fun design. Cotton is a singular and extremely comfortable armchair 

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Betty Stacking Chair

 

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Betty Stacking Chair by Bend Goods Meet Betty, a bohemian chic stacking chair for every occasion; Betty will give you all the design you want without sacrificing any of the space. Use four around your dining room table, while keeping two stacked in your hall closet. She’s that peace of mind 

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Thea Armchair

 

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Dsignedby. created the Thea armchair in response to an interior project it was commissioned to do in June of 2016, the Drop Caffe. Like its other products, the Thea armchair was beautifully crafted with functionality in mind. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, the armchair is comprised of perforated 

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Alce Collection

 

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The Alce collection by Chris Hardy, one of Australia's most successful designers, is the latest addition to Missana’s current project, The Novelties, into which they have been adding at least one new product per month throughout 2016. Missana's latest release comes straight from Australia. The 

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Iris

 

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Designed by Merve Kahraman. In Greek mythology, Iris is the personification of the rainbow and messenger of the gods.  Inspired by this rainbow, it is a combination of layers and intentions. This minimal and elegant geometrical shaped chair can fit to any environment thanks to its 

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The HD Chair

 

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The HD Chair - Designed by John Tree for VG&P Prompted by the current trend of flexible, shared, and collaborative work spaces, VG&P identified a gap in the market for a flexible chair that can provide comfort during extended periods of work, without the complexity of adjustment associated with 

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Siren

 

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The Siren chair has a refreshing and colourful design by designer, Jacob Nitz. Designed for Bogaerts label,  the Siren chair is produced with high quality materials like fabrics from Gabriel which are suited for high-end project use. The framework is made out of steel and is finished with a strong 

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Easy Chair

 

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‘Easy Chair' by British Designer, Alex Hull, embodies his studios ethos that explores the relationship between traditional craftsmanship, modern technology and organic design. The ‘Easy Chair' by Gallery FUMI is developed from the initial design sketch into a series of tailored 3D models. 

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Pool Chair

 

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Pool Chair by YOIN Design & Crafts  'When I swam at the swimming pool and climbed up from the pool, I grabbed a pool ladder that gave me a feeling which was very comfortable. I was also fascinated by the gentle lines of the ladder. This scene inspired me to design the pool chair with gentle 

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East River Chair

 

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East River Chair Developed by Vitra in SwitzerlandDesign: Hella Jongerius, 2014 A project for the United Nations inspired Dutch designer Hella Jongerius to create a new lounge chair: the East River Chair, which features a handle on the back of the seat for easy relocation and comes in a number of vibrant 

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