The Solo Cello Chair



The Solo Cello is an exquisite hanging chair from the new collection by Les Ateliers Guyon designer Félix Guyon. This unique piece can already found in hotels like the Alt Halifax and La Ferme in Baie St- Paul, winner of the Hotels and Service Retailers des Retail and Leisure Interiors Awards in 

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The new collection Ciel! for Tabisso presents a range of high-end arm-chairs for the Contract and the hospitality market. The designer Noé Duchaufour Lawrance is known for his unique style, featuring fine smooth shapes with taut lines for very generous and welcoming products. "My point is that 

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Among contemporary furniture manufacturers, Mattiazzi, the family owned producer of wooden furniture in Udine, Italy, is uncommon. While many producers in that region rely on third party factories and work in diverse materials, Mattiazzi operates with their own machines and hands, and has developed a 

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Wingback Chair



Tom Dixon is on a mission to design, illuminate and furnish the future with innovative lighting, furniture and accessories of longevity, simplicity and a materiality inspired by Britain’s unique heritage. The Wingback chair represents a 17th century English archetype re-thought and updated for the 

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Alpha Chair



Made in Ratio creates boundary-pushing contemporary furniture and lighting. The brand was forged from a desire to take exceptional ideas from inception to production by embracing experimental processes. Working alongside some of the finest craftspeople in Europe and championing time-honoured materials, 

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Tuulla Chair



The Tuulla Chair by Jeff Vioski is the wing chair for the next generation of modern style, bringing a fresh look and feel to an aesthetic pedigree of a classic. Combining sophistication and ultimate comfort, the unique design makes the Tuulla the focal point in commercial and residential settings.The 

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Loku Chair



Visitors to designjunction Milan were this year greeted by Japanese-born, Shin Azumi's Loku range for Case Furniture. The range has recently been extended to include tables and stools of different heights and visitors were able to enjoy the comfort and refined elegance of these pieces whilst supping 

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Carpetry Chaise Longue



Critically acclaimed British product and interior designer Lee Broom transformed a street of disused shops on Via Alfredo Cappellini to create ‘The Department Store’, his largest exhibition to date with the launch of over twenty new products at Milan Design Week.Encompassing furniture, 

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Honken Chair



The Honken Co llection was designed by Thomas Bernstrand and Lindau & Borselius for Bla Station.Honken is a generously spacious armchair that also functions as an intimate two seater sofa, made of durable steel and expanded metal but with sensually turned legs of solid oak. With the hope of it 

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Double Zero Collection



At Milan Design Week 2015 people flocked to the packed Moroso stand where a series of delights were on display. A real showstopper was the Double Zero Collection by David Adjaye collection for Moroso. The collection is a study of form and an exploration of the primary composition required to support the 

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Nagi Collection



In Japanese Nagi means ‘calm water’ the concept refers to the gentle beauty of the water’s surface when it is undisturbed and serene. This innovative new chair designed by Tomoya Tabuchi for Viccarbe is destined to become a classic modern icon for the company with its distinctive curved 

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Clerici Collection



Clerici, Konstantin Grcic’s new collection for Mattiazzi, was exhibited this year at Milan Design Week. The different variants within the range, a classical bench and a lower, upholstered version, from armchair to 3-seater, are suitable for diverse areas of application. The main concept of Clerici 

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Diwani Chair



The Diwani Chair by AE Superlab is a sculptural rocker, the flowing lines of which are inspired by the evocative and dynamic profiles of Arabic Diwani calligraphic script. The chair's fluidity of form and linearity of texture imply motion even when at rest.  Fabricated entirely in Brooklyn, the chair 

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Split Chair for TON



TON as a company manufactures furniture using a manual wood bending technique, a traditional craft that is said to have started in 1861. However they continue to update this unique technique by mixing it with the aesthetics of contemporary designers. Their latest product is a collaboration with acclaimed 

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Happy Chair



Fred Rieffel opened his own design studio based in Strasbourg in the beginning of 1998. Since this time, he has developed furniture  for numerous French and international companyies like ArfA, Ligne Roset, Rodet, RocheBobois, Sif in France, Habitat in London and Pianca in Italia. His new chair 

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Lapala Collection



Spanish furniture developer and manufacturer, Expormim has recreated a classic symbol of Mediterranean elegance with its "Lapala" collection by Lievore Altherr Molina Studio. Looking to revitalise the iconic braided chair so typical of the Mediterranean region, Expormim reedited the design conceived in 

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The Novelties



Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio have unveiled their last art direction project for upholstery company Missana. The agency have designed the exhibition spaces and elected fabrics and textures for the Valencian brand's Oslo chair, part of their new ‘The Novelties' collection. Having 

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IVY is the new armchair of Mambo Unlimited Ideas, an armchair with a strong personality. Mambo Unlimited Ideas is a design brand that reflects a state of being in life, through the nature of their pieces. Pieces that combine the Portuguese tradition with their view on modernity and that allow each person 

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