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  • Thos. Moser New Gloucester Rocker, cherry
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    Thos. Moser New Gloucester Rocker, cherry
    As seen on This Old House. New Gloucester was home to our first shop, not far from the last remaining Shaker Community at Sabbathday Lake. This homage to the spare, graceful design found there will bring a place of serenity to your home. Ideally spaced to envelope the back in comfort, the ash spindles are joined to the back crest and sculpted cherry seat with wedged tenons, fitted at precise angles to allow both adequate flex and deceptive strength.
  • Thos. Moser Pasadena Rocker, cherry
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    Thos. Moser Pasadena Rocker, cherry
    Approaching design with a sculptor’s eye, David Moser’s passion is stirred by contemporary sources of objective beauty. Such was the case with the Pasadena Rocker, the progeny of a long line of high craft design-builders such as Sam Maloof, Art Carpenter, Wharton Esherick and New Zealand furniture designer David Haig. The Pasadena Rocker was awarded Interior Design magazine's BEST OF YEAR award in the residential seating category.. When David Moser began exploring the nuances of his own rocker form, he was particularly moved by Haig’s design accomplishment, exemplifying sublime form and sheer simplicity. And so in consummate Moser fashion we again challenged ourselves to coax movement and fluidity from solid wood. David’s intent was to build a quintessentially functional Moser piece in the "studio” genre; rollover edges and flowing joints. The result is a stand-alone sculptural piece, satisfying the visual senses while offering comfort and long service. Available in cherry or walnut.
  • Thos. Moser Fahmida Chair, cherry
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    Thos. Moser Fahmida Chair, cherry
    The Fahmida Chair celebrates contemporary design, the natural beauty of wood, and traditional joinery techniques that are a hallmark of all Thos. Moser furniture. It is the product of the first Emerging Designer Program by Thos. Moser, in collaboration with Dwell magazine and City Modern New York. >> CLICK HERE to read about the Fahmida Chair on the Architectural Digest blog << Fahmida Lam, a residential furniture and accessories designer from Brooklyn who graduated from Pratt Institute, was selected to take part in a week-long experiential apprenticeship with Thos. Moser Director of Design, Adam Rogers. The result was the prototype for chair you see here, which we have named Fahmida in reference to the designer and will launch to the public at Dwell on Design 2014. The design of the Fahmida Chair is influenced by the Mid-Century Modern style, specifically, Danish Modern. Although admittedly inspired by the furniture born of the style, this piece - like any Thos. Moser piece or collection - has its own perspective and is a unique interpretation of its historical antecedents, through the lens of designer Fahmida Lam. Leveraging the strength and beauty of hand-finished American hardwoods such as cherry and walnut, the chair cuts a fresh, airy profile that naturally complements any thoughtful and clean aesthetic. Just as the Shaker style served as an appropriate creative spark in classic Thos. Moser pieces, the Danish Modern aesthetic acts here as a vehicle, identified and chosen because of its compatible philosophies, such as; a foremost dedication to quality, a dedication to functionally driven objects, formal simplicity, the characteristic elimination of ornament, use and celebration of traditional materials, and an emphasis on craftsmanship. These characteristics are not only compatible, but exemplary of what the Thos. Moser brand has come to stand for, and this piece is yet another iteration of Thos. Moser quality. "When we introduced the emerging designers program, my goal was to heighten respect for the craft of wood furniture; how it necessarily requires an understanding of and respect for the natural material, while allowing the craft itself to serve as a counterpart in the design process" - Adam Rogers , Thos. Moser director of design ABOUT THE DESIGNER In 2013, Pratt graduate and Brooklyn native, Fahmida Lam was invited to Thos. Moser to design and build a chair. Fahmida, an emerging residential furniture and accessories designer whose portfolio also includes lighting, home accessories and soft goods, worked closely with Adam Rogers, Director of Design and Product Development, and master craftsman Warren Shaw, to leverage the techniques, material and joinery of Moser to guide and express her design. The collaboration resulted in the decision to launch and include the Fahmida Chair in our product offerings for summer 2014.
  • Thos. Moser Sofia Chair
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    Thos. Moser Sofia Chair
    Perhaps no other piece we've designed better celebrates the natural glory of cherry and our desire to create objects of timeless grace than the Sofia collection. One's eye is drawn along the swirling cherry patterns of its side panels to the darker, delicately tapered corner joint framed between. The corner joint, and hence the name of this piece, was inspired by the domed Hagia Sophia in Istanbul , where triangular vaulted wedges called pendentives cradle the circular dome on its square foundation. The long cherry panels and wine-glass-shaped corner joints remind us of the graceful lines of an old wooden boat transom. The contemporary lines of the Sofia Chair in cherry or walnut will accompany an array of interior styles. Down-wrapped foam cushions upholstered in soft-grain leather offer comfort in the tradition of a British Men's Club chair from days gone by.
  • Thos. Moser Bungalow Arm Chair w/Cobbsbridge 0500 (Black Leather) (2 available)
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    Thos. Moser Bungalow Arm Chair w/Cobbsbridge 0500 (Black Leather) (2 available)
    In adapting traditional Arts and Crafts forms, we wanted to achieve a lightness not found in the furniture popularized during the period. A gradual reverse tapering of the front legs gives weight to the bottom of these chairs while terminating gracefully at the top. This slight taper is echoed in the back design, which resembles a Wright-style stained-glass window. The armchair features a visible through joint on the armrest. Mortise-and-tenon joints are glued and pinned to ensure a secure fit for generations of use.
  • Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair
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    Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair
    Our signature piece, the Continuous Arm Chair, remains a unique, trademarked Moser design. To form the arms eleven knife-cut slices of the same board just one-tenth of an inch thick, called flitch, are laminated together. Then each continuous arm is painstakingly rasped, filed and sanded to a perfect smoothness.
  • Thos. Moser American Bungalow Lounge Chair
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    Thos. Moser American Bungalow Lounge Chair
    Worked in cherry, our Morris-style lounge chair has thinner legs, gently arching arms and reverse tapered legs. A brass rod adjusts the lounge chair back angle to four settings, from upright attention to supine snoring. The American Bungalow Lounge Chair and the matching Ottoman are available in any of our standard fabrics or leather upholstery.
  • Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair Rocker
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    Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair Rocker
    Adapted from our signature chair, the Continuous Arm Rocker features a slightly lower seat, which moves the center of gravity towards the back for easy rocking. Perfect for a reception area or other office nook where informal seating invites your clients and guests to relax.
  • Thos. Moser Aria Chair
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    Thos. Moser Aria Chair
    At first glance, the hourglass lines of the Aria Chair evoke a more glamorous age when Old World design influences met a newly minted urbane American public. Upon closer examination, you’ll see that the Aria Collection has much in common with the soft patterns etched by the sea on a sandy shore: gentle ridges and undulating crescents that tease the eye with familiarity—perfect companion pieces for any furniture with a more rectilinear form. The shell-like back of the Aria Chair is methodically crafted with hand-carved convex and concave curves. Each grain-matched stave is carved and attached to its mate with concealed alignment pins. The arms of the armchair connect with a floating tenon that merges flush with the back and seat. Unlike stacked and laminated furniture, the entire surface is seamless to the touch. Sophisticated tapered legs offer stability and strength while custom upholstery lends additional softness and texture.
  • Thos. Moser Wing Chair & Footrest
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    Thos. Moser Wing Chair & Footrest
    The Wing Chair is poetry as furniture, marrying our hallmark aesthetics with true comfort. Tracing its lineage back to an 18th-century Queen Anne chair, we have sought to bring new relevance to old forms-successfully coaxing solid cherry into freestanding art. Shaped to cradle the sitter's spine, it would be comfortable in its own right, yet the addition of upholstery makes it luxurious. Carved cherry armrests gently fold over at just the right height and are polished smooth to the touch. Four-inch thick cushions are covered and welted in the fabric or leather of your choice. Your feet will nestle comfortably in the Footrest, curved end to end to support your legs, in harmony with the chair.
  • Thos. Moser Windward Lounge Chair
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    Thos. Moser Windward Lounge Chair
    The Windward Lounge pieces are striking additions to any room. The geometry of their cherry frames requires dozens of precise mortise-and-tenon joints and is a patented design.
  • Thos. Moser Chaise
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    Thos. Moser Chaise
    Designed in collaboration between Tom and David Moser and introduced in 2000, our Chaise takes its inspiration from contemporary furniture designs created by European architects in the 1920's and 1930's. Taking our cue from the likes of Finnish architect Alvar Aalto and Swiss-born architect and designer Le Corbusier, we've replaced tubular steel with the warmth of natural cherry and precision crafted mortise-and-tenon joinery. The sinuous cherry frame supports a webbed back, upholstered in full-grain leather. A removable headrest provides additional comfort, if desired. The two-position Chaise reclines fully without any handles or gadgets. Simply lean back and let gravity do the rest. The secret is in the geometry of the pivot, called a fulcrum, which is engineered to transfer an adult’s center of gravity from slightly upright to supine in one fluid motion. Tom Moser’s inspiration for this movement? The simplicity of a contemporary Italian-made aluminum lawn chair he sat in one afternoon in a friend’s backyard. After many days of trial and error, he and David were finally able to make it work in wood.
  • Thos. Moser Edo Rocker
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    Thos. Moser Edo Rocker
    The rocker holds a special place in our collective memory in American, with John Kennedy’s ladderback, the woven wicker variety, the padded nursery rocker—and, of course, our very own New Gloucester Rocker , which has a following all its own. Rocking chairs speak to us of comfort and relaxation. In this day and age, there’s no doubt we all could use a little more TLC. So it’s little wonder that when David Moser , who recently became a father for the first time, thought about expanding the Edo collection, he began by experimenting with a rocker. The result is our Edo Rocking Chair—an entirely authentic, contemporary interpretation of the classic wooden rocking chair—designed to fit in most any living environment.
  • Thos. Moser Aria Arm Chair
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    Thos. Moser Aria Arm Chair
    The Aria Chair is meticulously crafted with carved convex and concave curves. The entire surface is seamless to the touch. An upholstered seat adds even greater comfort during writing sessions. At first glance, the hourglass lines of the Aria Chair evoke a more glamorous age when Old World design influences met a newly minted urbane American public. Upon closer examination, you’ll see that the Aria Collection has much in common with the soft patterns etched by the sea on a sandy shore: gentle ridges and undulating crescents that tease the eye with familiarity—perfect companion pieces for any furniture with a more rectilinear form. Each grain-matched stave of the Aria Chair is carved and attached to its mate with concealed alignment pins. The arms of the armchair connect with a floating tenon that merges flush with the back and seat. Unlike stacked and laminated furniture, the entire surface is seamless to the touch. Sophisticated tapered legs offer stability and strength while custom upholstery lends additional softness and texture.
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