Robert Majkut Table

 

Overview

Unique object to be auctioned in Vienna  Leading Polish designer, Robert Majkut is auctioning one of his unique tables at prestigious auction house Dorotheum in Vienna on the 18th May.  The table was designed, modelled and visualised digitally, the hand assembled and finished structure was then 

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Twin Chairs

 

Overview

Based on the idea of ‘two in one’, these chairs remain functional even when stacked. The difficulty in putting them together lay in the juxtaposition of two materials that have distinctive physical properties. Fitting the two chairs together means cutting down these materials to the absolute 

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Secret Code

 

Overview

Part of the larger Code shelving family, Code 1 is fitted with invisible magnets, recessed below the surface of the wood meaning the units can join together to create a stable wall.  Crafted from MDF in Anthracite black and American walnut veneer, the Code is also available in white and three other 

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Jehs+Laub Collection

 

Overview

Inspired by traditional quilting, the Jehs+Laub Collection—which includes a Lounge Chair and Ottoman—creates a dialogue between functional form and sculptural shapes. Comprised of block patterns that are joined and completed with a surrounding border, the collection, true to its Knoll 

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Flax Armchair

 

Overview

Philippe Nigro likes the idea of working with materials he knows. This allows him not to give in to its demands with any new projects. Indeed, his new armchair for Ligne Roset, with its structure entirely in solid wood, cannot help but be perfectly executed. Comfortable, light in the eye and easily 

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Confluences

 

Overview

Nigro’s Confluence project consists of a family of ‘Intersections Sofas’. To make the sofa appealing to different tastes and physiognomies there are a variety of seat depths and back heights on a single settee to match the comfort with the expectations of the individual user, all the 

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Saturnia

 

Overview

Saturnia basins and benches designed by Philippe Nigro in 2009 feature stone worked so as to create basins of simple rectangular shapes. This milling technique allows Nigro to produce shapes that are not necessarily symmetrical. The bowls are carved out of the block of stone, sometimes they are slightly 

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