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  • Minna Niskakangas Illusion Side Table
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    Minna Niskakangas Illusion Side Table
    Minna Niskakangas' Illusion Side Table has a minimal design that gives the appearance of lightness while adding functionality to a wide variety of spaces. Available in two sizes, the tray-top side table is designed for flexibility; made of lacquered steel, the frame of three legs supports a tray that may be removed and used as a decorative or serving object around the house. Black or white, the tables all echo the same considered-minimalism that allow them to be suitable for a variety of decors.
  • Konstantin Grcic Diana A Side Table
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    Konstantin Grcic Diana A Side Table
    The result of repeated, careful reworking of positive and negative voids, Konstantin Grcic's Diana A Side Table is open to a wide range of interpretations and uses. Ingeniously made from a single sheet of metal and powder coated in a variety of colors, Grcic carefully studied each line, radius, and surface of the form to produce an object that appealed to his subjective eye. Part of the Diana series of small tables, each piece combines with other furniture and objects in ever-varying visual contexts. With an alphabet ranging from models A to F, a room can be transformed to word from an entirely new, entirely personal language.
  • Peter Traag Mummy Chair
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    Peter Traag Mummy Chair
    Mummy, by the young Dutch designer Peter Traag, is a traditional wooden chair that has been upholstered and wrapped with fifty-odd meters of elastic grosgrain ribbon. The ingenious design approach Traag has taken results in an ethereal repurposing of a the archetypal cafe chair. This fabric wrap envelops the chair as if it were a mummy, giving a normal wooden seat an unexpected softness and a very new appearance. Each Mummy chair is wrapped by hand, ensuring that no two are alike and adding to the museum-worthiness of the design.
  • Konstantin Grcic Diana B Side Table
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    Konstantin Grcic Diana B Side Table
    The result of repeated, careful reworking of positive and negative voids, Konstantin Grcic's Diana B Side Table is open to a wide range of interpretations and uses. Ingeniously made from a single sheet of metal and powder coated in a variety of colors, Grcic carefully studied each line, radius, and surface of the form to produce an object that appealed to his subjective eye. Part of the Diana series of small tables, each piece combines with other furniture and objects in ever-varying visual contexts. With an alphabet ranging from models A to F, a room can be transformed to word from an entirely new, entirely personal language.
  • Jean-Marie Massaud Achille Armchair
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    Jean-Marie Massaud Achille Armchair
    One of the most sensitive advocates of organic design, Jean-Marie Massaud is uniquely able to reduce his forms to the most essential lines, creating objects that blur the line between sculpture and functional objects. Infusing his design principles to a family of seating for the home and office, Jean-Marie Massaud's Achille armchair exemplifies the designer's ability to create modern, sinuous forms which are undeniably contemporary and timeless. Completely upholstered, the chair is visually stunning and available in a broad range of vibrant colors. The metal-tube frame is covered in foam and rubber which adds to the overall softness of the design. The upholstery is completely removable.
  • Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Metal Side Tables
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    Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Metal Side Tables
    A family of unassuming small tables that demonstrate that whole living environments are a sum of the parts, French sibling design-duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's Metal Side Tables aim not to be the focal point of a room but rather to be an indispensable compliment. They can be easily moved to other locations and used for a wide variety of purposes, performing a wide range of valuable services. Thanks to the harmony of their dimensions and the attractive formal contrast between slender table tops and voluminous, socle-like legs, they make an attractive addition wherever they stand.
  • Nathan Young Bolle Stool
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    Nathan Young Bolle Stool
    Designer Nathan Young has adapted his Bolle side table into a small stool. Perfect in a grouping, the stool features a fitted and colorful, bulbous cushion. The light and dynamic design of this stool arises from the simple 14 inch top which which rests on three slender, angled legs. Nathan Young's Bolle stool allows for free and organic arrangement of multiple circular elements in a room. With its simple form, the side table makes its strongest statement when grouped in multiples, punctuating the living room with added function, visual interest with pops of color.
  • Eileen Gray Adjustable Table E 1027
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    Eileen Gray Adjustable Table E 1027
    An enduring icon of classic modern design, Eileen Gray's Adjustable Table E 1027 is ingeniously proportioned with a distinctive form. Still one of the most popular designs from the 20th century, this table is the perfect accompaniment to a sofa or table and is highly functional thanks to its adjustable height. An inventive key mechanism keeps the table top at the desired height.
  • Shay Alkalay Pivot Cabinet
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    Shay Alkalay Pivot Cabinet
    An ingenious approach to cabinet design, Shay Alkalay's Pivot is ideally suited to store small objects and everyday necessities ensuring they are always in the correct place. Supported by two tall legs, the cabinet is secured to the wall and, as the name suggests, features two hinged drawers which pivot outward. Unlike conventional cabinets, Pivot allows both drawers to be opened and fully accessible at the same time. Perfectly suited for the home's entryway, the cabinet is available in a lacquered finish or in solid oak or American walnut. The cleverly designed Pivot was recognized in 2008 by the Dutch Design Awards where it was award "best residential product 2008".
  • Naoto Fukasawa Hiroshima Armchair
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    Naoto Fukasawa Hiroshima Armchair
    A harmonious blend of tradition and craft, Naoto Fukasawa's Hiroshima Armchair exhibits an honesty of materials and subtle warmth while utilizing advanced technology and hand craftsmanship within the production process. With perfectly seemed joints, the armchair appears to be hand-carved from a solid block of wood. Unaltered, the texture and color of the beech and oak wood gives the chair a feeling of freshness while recalling the traditional Japanese wooden chairs of the past. Following Maruni's tradition of industrializing Japanese craft-work for over 80 years, the Hiroshima Armchair's production combines advanced technology with hand craft.
  • Jean-Marie Massaud Flow Chair with Oak Base
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    Jean-Marie Massaud Flow Chair with Oak Base
    Suitable for both the home and office, Jean Marie Massaud's Flow Chair exemplifies the designer's ability to create modern, organic forms which are undeniably contemporary and timeless. Complete with a four-legged oiled-oak base, the Flow Chair presents a contrast of organic minimalism with the richness of wood. The shell, made from polycarbonate through injection moulding, is mass-pigmented in white and has a standard double finish: gloss outside with a goffered interior. The chair is both supportive and sturdy while the visual softness of the design and the relaxed look of the upholstery add depth and character.
  • Fernando & Humberto Campana Jenette Chair
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    Fernando & Humberto Campana Jenette Chair
    Jenette stems from a chair made by the Campana brothers some years ago for the house of an American art collector. With a typical seat formed in one piece with four legs in polyurethane over a steel structure, the ethereal focal point of the chair is the backrest. Over 900 flexible stalks rise from the seat to form the back. With a hidden interior steel structure giving it support, the ridge PVC stalks are able to be bent and adjusted as it is used. The subtle reference to natural ears of corn almost waving in the breeze gives the design a magical, dreamlike quality that belies its strong back support. Available in five colors, the stalks match the color of the base.
  • Piero Lissoni Ile Side Tables
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    Piero Lissoni Ile Side Tables
    Characterized by an uncompromising attention to form, proportion, and detail, Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni infuses his signature aesthetic into his Ile Side Tables for Living Divani. Available in three sizes that proportionally relate to each other, the low side tables feature frames in matte satin finished stainless steel that are topped with crystal glass available finished in either clear tempered or back laminated in white or black. The tables work well in groupings and offer a minimal and geometric appeal to a variety of interior environments.
  • Jort Mercuur TF Pedestal Table with Granite Top
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    Jort Mercuur TF Pedestal Table with Granite Top
    With a focus on finish, material, proportion and perfection, designer Jort Mercuur's TF Pedestal Table with Granite Top for Joinworks is elegant and exacting. In a time of machines and remote production techniques, Joinworks has come into being to celebrate craft, inventiveness and simplicity. Using materials that express their innate characteristics with clarity and balance, a range of furniture is presented with elegant lines, functional structures and fine detailing that is equal of any products currently available.
  • Todd Bracher Tod Side Table
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    Todd Bracher Tod Side Table
    A bold and unique graphic shape accentuated by the concave form of Tod allows one to slip the top above the seat of a sofa. By young American Designer Todd Bracher, the table is equally brilliant removed from the sofa; the side table stands independently and is realized in brilliant varnished polypropylene in vivid colors. A small form with a strong personality- just like a beauty mark- the table was inspired by super-model Cindy Crawford's iconic mark. The small table compliments furniture such as sofas and armchairs as the height of the cantilevered top is just right to slightly overhang onto the seat cushion. Not trying to be the largest object in a room, Tod still manages to bring a strong personality to any space.
  • Charles & Ray Eames DKR Wire Chair
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    Charles & Ray Eames DKR Wire Chair
    At the same time Charles and Ray Eames were refining their fiberglass-reinforced plastic chairs, the designers began to experiment with bent and welded wire which resulted with the DKR Wire Chair. An iconic testament to the Eames' genius, to achieve strength requirements and organic shape, they made the rim of their chair of a lighter-gauge wire and doubled it for strength and stability. This advance won them the first American mechanical patent for design. Distinctively, unmistakably Eames, the wire chair has stood the test of time and is as popular today as it was half a century ago.
  • Jort Mercuur Belvedere Pedestal Table
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    Jort Mercuur Belvedere Pedestal Table
    With a focus on finish, material, proportion and perfection, designer Jort Mercuur's Belvedere Pedestal Table for Joinworks is elegant and exacting. In a time of machines and remote production techniques, Joinworks has come into being to celebrate craft, inventiveness and simplicity. Using materials that express their innate characteristics with clarity and balance, a range of furniture is presented with elegant lines, functional structures and fine detailing that is equal of any products currently available.
  • Piero Lissoni Lizz Chair
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    Piero Lissoni Lizz Chair
    The Lizz Chair is truly representative of Piero Lissoni's minimalist aesthetic. Its streamlined design is ideal for all settings. It has a squared contour, a generous wide seat and low comfortable backrest. Created using gas injection technology, the chair is formed in a single piece. The properties of the material make it shockproof, scratch-proof and weatherproof.
  • Ron Arad Tom Vac Chair
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    Ron Arad Tom Vac Chair
    Equally elegant and comfortable, the plastic shell of Ron Arad's Tom Vac chair offers a high degree of comfort both indoors and out. The generous seat and unique shell-like design of the chair defy the traditional features of a stacking chair. With an opening at the rear, the corrugated plastic seat facilitate the stacking of up to five chairs at once. Special additives to the plastic shell prevent it from bleaching in the sun.
  • Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Steelwood Chair
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    Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Steelwood Chair
    A radical assemblage of two traditional materials, steel and wood, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's Steelwood chair is indicative of the brother's characteristic approachable, modern designs. With it's design influenced by the typical form of the archetypal plastic chair, the designer's production method, construction and finishing details are anything typical. Unlike the plastic chairs that influenced the design, Steelwood is designed for continued use over the years; as time goes on, the materials acquire a patina that add warmth and character. The chair is a product of experience, made by some of Italy's most skilled metalworkers. To follow the subtle shape of the metal piece, the stamping process required deep technological research. Designed for easy disassembly, the chair's two materials can be separated by undoing a few screws and recycled according to type.
  • Nathan Young Bolle Side Table
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    Nathan Young Bolle Side Table
    Designer Nathan Young's Bolle side table adds function where ever a surface is needed. Perfect in a grouping, the table is a simple expression of form following function without any superfluous additions. The light and dynamic design of this side table arises from the simple 14 inch top which which rests on three slender, angled legs. Nathan Young's Bolle table allows for free and organic arrangement of multiple circular elements in a room.
  • Joan Lao Frame Side Table
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    Joan Lao Frame Side Table
    Drawing on a legacy with roots in Bauhaus philosophies, Joan Lao designed a series of side tables that proportionally relate to each other. A considered balance between the natural stone tops and a thin metallic lacquered frame highlights the designer's sensitivity to proportion and geometry. Whether standing alone or displayed in a group of different sizes and materials, the side tables are purposefully designed to be functional while integrating sustainable principles. With a wide collection of materials, the tables may be customized to suit the user's preferences.
  • Vico Magistretti Silver Chair
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    Vico Magistretti Silver Chair
    A master of simple and elegant solutions to domestic needs, prolific Italian designer Vico Magistretti's Silver Chair for DePadova takes inspiration from the legendary Thonet chair, creating a light-weight and versatile chair made from polypropylene and aluminum. Comfortable for use at the dining table or office, the chair's perfect combination of subtle proportions and updated materials makes it a classic. Originally an architecture student, Magistretti turned to product and furniture design in the late 1940s during Italy's post-war drive of reconstruction. Typically, he took an existing object as his starting point and then rethought it by assessing whether it could be improved with the use of modern materials and production processes.
  • Christophe Pillet H. Chair
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    Christophe Pillet H. Chair
    With a light tubular structure supporting a shell covered in padded leather, Christophe Pillet's H. Chair is defined by comfort due to its form that traces the human profile. It's soft curving shell makes it suitable for a variety of applications, from domestic to commercial. Consisting of a light tubular structure in chromium-plated metal and a synthetic core, covered with padded leather, H. Chair's metallic vertical legs and horizontal support remains visible at the rear, configuring an original sign resembling a belt. The functionality and comfort inherent in the continuous design of the body, a soft gently curving shell that faithfully traces the human profile, adapt this project for different uses, from a lunch chair to a small easy chair for the living area.
  • Arne Jacobsen Series 7 Chair
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    Arne Jacobsen Series 7 Chair
    Designed in 1955, Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 chair has become a design icon. Constructed from nine layers of molded veneer with two layers of cotton textile between each, the organic shell is ingeniously designed to last a lifetime. The four-legged stackable chair can be seen as the culmination of the use of the lamination technique. The visionary Arne Jacobsen exploited the possibilities of lamination to perfection resulting in the iconic shape of the chair. With a wide range of applications, the lightweight chairs available in a wide variety of finishes.
  • Naoto Fukasawa Hiroshima Dining Chair
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    Naoto Fukasawa Hiroshima Dining Chair
    A harmonious blend of tradition and craft, Naoto Fukasawa's Hiroshima Dining Chair exhibits an honesty of materials and subtle warmth while utilizing advanced technology and hand craftsmanship within the production process. With perfectly seemed joints, the armless chair appears to be hand-carved from a solid block of wood. Unaltered, the texture and color of the beech wood gives the chair a feeling of freshness while recalling the traditional Japanese wooden chairs of the past. For added comfort, the seat is cushioned and upholstered in light grey felt fabric.
  • Piergiorgio Cazzaniga M1 Chair
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    Piergiorgio Cazzaniga M1 Chair
    Ecologically advanced, Piergiorgio Cazzaniga's M1 uses a process of of co-injection molding of partially recycled and mass pigmented material to create its shell. The clear lines and slender form make for a visually impactful chair that is equally at home in residential and commercial environments. Available in white or black, the lean seat profile continues down the stainless steel sled base. When not in use, M1 can be stacked and placed out of the way. Furthering the chair's eco-friendliness, M1 is fully recyclable.
  • Stefan Diez Houdini Chair
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    Stefan Diez Houdini Chair
    Stefan Diez's Houdini Chair is made from 4mm oak-veneered plywood using an unusual production methodology. The outcome is a new wooden furniture silhouette where the chair's back and seat curve around the base to form a seat shell. Inspired by a technique used in airplane model making, two-dimensional plywood slabs are stretched by hand around a complexly milled, solid wood ring to form the back, while additional pieces create part of the seat. No nails or screws are used to hold the chair together; rather the 2D slabs are glued to the base to stay in position, contributing to the elegant profile.
  • Konstantin Grcic 360 Degree Chair
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    Konstantin Grcic 360 Degree Chair
    Neither a chair or stool, Konstantin Grcic's 360° Chair is a radically designed seat that falls somewhere in between the two common archetypes. With its name implying its 360-degree swivel, the chair's unique form of the seat is designed to be used in a variety of ways and may be sat on in any direction. Grcic's bold approach tackles the challenge of creating a highly mobile seat; not intended to be used in a static environment, the 360° chair encourages dynamic seating for short term positions that require considerable movement.
  • Shigeru Ban 10-Unit System
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    Shigeru Ban 10-Unit System
    Designed by Shigeru Ban, the 10-Unit System from Artek is a novel furniture concept that is based on L-shaped units that can be combined in all sorts of ways to make furniture – a chair, a table, a bench. Putting furniture together and disassembling it is made easy by the ingenious yet simple design. The highly ecological and ethical 10-Unit System is made from UPM ProFi, an environmentally innovative wood plastic composite. Its principal raw materials are recycled paper and plastic. The composite has proved to be tough and humidity resistant. It is an environmentally sustainable material that can be disposed of by incineration, or recycled back into the production process. All materials in the composite are non-toxic.
  • Naoto Fukasawa Soho Chair
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    Naoto Fukasawa Soho Chair
    Featuring the designer's signature and acute sensitivity to form and outline, Naoto Fukasawa's Soho Chair offers a comfortably formed seat for a variety of uses. The profile of the chair has been reduced to the most essential elements and features rounded edges around the entire outline of the seat, creating a subtle play of light and shadow. Resting on a frame made from chromed steel tubing, the seat can be made of colored integral self-bearing polyurethane or in beech plywood. Adding to the functionality to the chair, it may be stacked up to six high.
  • Lella & Massimo Vignelli Handkerchief Chair
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    Lella & Massimo Vignelli Handkerchief Chair
    Fluid in form, the Handkerchief chair evokes the light, soft contours of a handkerchief floating through the air. Lella & Massimo Vignelli's graciously scaled, ergonomically sculpted shell offers spacious comfort and ample support.
  • Philipp Mainzer Backenzahn Stool
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    Philipp Mainzer Backenzahn Stool
    Considered a design classic, the Backenzahn Stool has become an identifying icon from Philipp Mainzer. The stool gives a strong impression with its four identical legs made of solid oak. The reveal between the legs suggest that all four parts are still clearly recognizable and the slightly concave seat provides sitting comfort. During the seasoning of the solid European oak, the wood forms its characteristic cracks, which makes each stool unique.
  • Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Papyrus Armchair
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    Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Papyrus Armchair
    Inspired by the linear, well-defined structure of vintage chairs, the Bouroullec brothers' Papyrus armchair combines a translucent structure with a very fine vertical ridged pattern that covers the outer surface of the rounded backrest. The Bouroullec's soft, enveloping design melds simplicity and refinement with grace and memory, forming a modern and reduced version of the archetypal antique chair. The highly resilient material allows the chair to be used in a wide variety of settings, from residential to contract and indoors and out.
  • Wouter Scheublin Frame Chair
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    Wouter Scheublin Frame Chair
    Wouter Scheublin combines functionality with the beauty of construction and shows a refined eye for detail in his design for the Frame Chair. The unique aesthetic gives the chair its strength, character and unusual formality. With good proportions and seating comfort, the chair is cleverly engineered and pragmatically designed. A beech structure is covered with a seat and backrest of plywood with European oak veneer which provides a subtle texture that shows through the lacquered finish. Highlighting the engineering and construction of the chair, Scheublin has made visible all joints and connections, resulting in the chair's industrial appeal. The Frame Chair is also available in a painted finish. A versatile chair, the Frame Chair works perfectly in residential settings as well as in more demanding seating areas such as cafes and meeting rooms.
  • Jean-Marie Massaud Flow Low Tables
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    Jean-Marie Massaud Flow Low Tables
    A family of small low tables designed for the home, Jean Marie Massaud's Flow Low Tables exemplifies the designer's ability to create modern, organic forms which are undeniably contemporary and timeless. Complete with a slender pedestal base, the Flow tables are adaptable and functional. The base, made from aluminum, is lacquered in matte white or gloss black, and supports the round tops available in three sizes. Made from matte white Cristalplant or gloss black Ceramilux, both durable acrylic resins, the top is sturdy and suitable for use outdoors. The tables are both functional and sturdy while the visual softness of the design add depth and character.
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