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  • Muuto - Visu Lounge Chair - fully upholstered
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    Muuto - Visu Lounge Chair - fully upholstered
    Visu is the result of a design process, which took nearly two years: with it, Muuto presents a lounge chair, which is clear, unobtrusive, without being boring. The details characterize the Visu lounge chair: Each edge, each curve and the interplay of the forms were adapted to each other in a thoughtful process, until Muuto and Mika Tolvanen were 100% satisfied. The Finnish designer explains about his Visu chair: ”It was our aim to design a personal interpretation of the classic plywood chair. I wanted to create a chair, which was unobtrusive, timeless and ergonomic without acting boring in the end.” The Muuto Visu lounge chair is also available with painted legs and with further coating colours. Furthermore the Visu lounge chair is also available as edition without upholstery and as chair.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Revolver Barstool
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Revolver Barstool
    Revolver deserves its name: The barstool from Wrong for Hay is able to turn 360°. The Revolver barstool by the designer Leon Ransmeier is a classic elegant stool, which is characterized by straight lines and the finely curved seat. Moreover the barstool from Hay (and from Established & Sons before) has a surprising element: journal bearings are in the base ring. This is how the top part of the stool is rotatable around 360°, which is the origin of its name: Since the rotation of the chair reminds us of the rotation of a revolver’s magazine regarding the appearance and the sound it makes. Besides the rotatable seat, some visual variations of the stool are possible – since the displaced struts of the turned chair give a different appeal to the chair according to their position. The barstool looks gorgeous on private and public rooms as well. Wrong for Hay produces the Revolver barstool of powder coated steel. The stool is available in two sizes and it is robust, longevity and easily cleaned because of its material. The Wrong for Hay Revolver is available in grey, red and black.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Hackney Sofa
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Hackney Sofa
    The Hackney Sofa of the Wrong for Hay Collection is a classic piece of design- Thereby the timeless couch surprises with a special detail, which is hidden under the surface. The Hackney Sofa comes from the Wrong for Hay Collection, which emerged out of the London designer Sebastian Wrong’s hand. Hay reduced the Hackney Sofa, keeping it minimalistic, so that it would fit in the most different context. The ergonomic and soft cushions make the 3-seater more comfortable than its angular shape might tell. The Hackney Sofa is easy to be transported with one specialty: At its backside and the sides, the frame has hinges, so that it can simply be demounted and also “folded” a little. This isn’t only good if you move with the sofa, but it is also practical when you wish to place it somewhere else in the house. Hay produces the Hackney Sofa with a wooden frame and a coil-springs system. The upholstery is made of 60% PU-foam and 40% down. The Kvadrat fabrics Remix and Steelcut are available as coatings. We will also gladly advise you for individual configurations!
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Couch Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Couch Table
    With the Serve Table, Wrong for Hay presents a tribute to traditional processing technique. Still the versatile Serve Table has very modern qualities. One of these modern qualities is the flexibility of the Hay Serve Table. The designer Sebastian Wrong and his team of the Wrong for Hay Collection created a table for many different purposes. This is how it can change its purpose easily and fast. The clear design is noticeably responsible for this flexibility: The Serve Table has been kept minimalistic and clear, which is the reason why the couch and side table fits in different homes. A small detail is remarkable: The round, slightly asymmetric border is formed with steam. This fine detail honours classic techniques of furniture construction. Moreover the raised border keeps objects on the table from falling. The oval feet perfectly fulfil the soft shape of the table top. Hay produces the Wrong for Hay Serve Table with feet and frames of massive beech wood and a table top of ash wood veneer. The table by Hay is also available in black, grey, yellow and pink as well as in contrastive colours. We will also gladly advise you for your individual Hay Serve Table!
  • Muuto - Nerd Barstool
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    Muuto - Nerd Barstool
    Barstool Danish simplicity and iconic expression come together in the Muuto Nerd barstool, becoming a chair which convinces with pure character. The David Geckeler made Nerd barstool is exceptional with its unusual seat, which is rounded downwards on the sides. This small but exciting characteristic offers personality to the chair and it makes it very flexible: The shape of the Nerd barstool offers different comfortable positions to sit on it. Despite (or because) of the unique appearance, the Nerd barstool has a lot of classic Scandinavian design furniture characteristics: Organic shape combines with sense for handicraft and natural materials make the Nerd barstool a contemporaneous classic piece. Muuto produces the Nerd barstool in its natural edition out of untreated oak wood and in the lacquered edition out of oak wood. All the Muuto offered colours are available on demand.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Hackney Sofa
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Hackney Sofa
    The Hackney Sofa of the Wrong for Hay Collection is a classic piece of design- Thereby the timeless couch surprises with a special detail, which is hidden under the surface. The Hackney Sofa comes from the Wrong for Hay Collection, which emerged out of the London designer Sebastian Wrong’s hand. Hay reduced the Hackney Sofa, keeping it minimalistic, so that it would fit in the most different context. The ergonomic and soft cushions make the 3-seater more comfortable than its angular shape might tell. The Hackney Sofa is easy to be transported with one specialty: At its backside and the sides, the frame has hinges, so that it can simply be demounted and also “folded” a little. This isn’t only good if you move with the sofa, but it is also practical when you wish to place it somewhere else in the house. Hay produces the Hackney Sofa with a wooden frame and a coil-springs system. The upholstery is made of 60% PU-foam and 40% down. The Kvadrat fabrics Remix and Steelcut are available as coatings. We will also gladly advise you for individual configurations!
  • Flötotto - Pro 6 Swivel Chair
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    Flötotto - Pro 6 Swivel Chair
    The Pro 6 swivel chair by Flötotto is the further development of a school chair, Konstantin Grcic designed an office solution that would also convince in private areas thanks to ergonomics and flexibility. The Pro 6 swivel chair is especially suitable for the office and working day. The Pro series has initially been designed for schools by Konstantin Grcic. Convinced by the concept, the designer and Flötotto developed a whole collection which would also be suitable for object and private areas. The Pro 6 swivel chair is one of these further developments. With its swivel and rotary foot, this Pro 6 chair is especially suitable for offices and home offices. With its slim backrest and the round seat, it furthermore ensures wide moving liberty. The backrest adapts flexibly to the back and means a great support by its daily use. Since the backrest moves with every changed seating position, the spinal column is supported and the musculature reinforced. Thanks to the slim forms of the Flötotto Pro 6 swivel chair, this one is also wonderfully suitable to sit on it the wrong way. Pro doesn’t ask for a determinate way of sitting, but it allows different sitting positions – all way round – 360°. All of the swivel chairs of the Flötotto Pro series are optionally also available with an upholstered cushion and with armrests. The cushion however can’t be ordered afterwards because of the special drilling. The height adjustment responsible gas pressure spring is available in a black or a chrome plated edition. Also the different casters are available with a chrome plated or black plastic cap in soft (for hard grounds) and hard (for soft grounds) editions. We will gladly advise you for individual configurations of your Pro chair. More details: Sizes: Pro 4: Seat height: 365 - 475 mm, body size: 133 - 188 cm, age group: 8 - 12 years. Pro 5: Seat height: 420 - 550 mm, body size: 146 - 207 cm, age group: 10 - 14 years. Pro 6: Seat height: 420 - 550 mm, body size: 146 - 207 cm, age group: 10 - 99 years.
  • Muuto - Nerd Barstool
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    Muuto - Nerd Barstool
    Barstool Danish simplicity and iconic expression come together in the Muuto Nerd barstool, becoming a chair which convinces with pure character. The David Geckeler made Nerd barstool is exceptional with its unusual seat, which is rounded downwards on the sides. This small but exciting characteristic offers personality to the chair and it makes it very flexible: The shape of the Nerd barstool offers different comfortable positions to sit on it. Despite (or because) of the unique appearance, the Nerd barstool has a lot of classic Scandinavian design furniture characteristics: Organic shape combines with sense for handicraft and natural materials make the Nerd barstool a contemporaneous classic piece. Muuto produces the Nerd barstool in its natural edition out of untreated oak wood and in the lacquered edition out of oak wood. All the Muuto offered colours are available on demand.
  • Vitra - Hal Wood chair
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    Vitra - Hal Wood chair
    The Hal Wood chair was created by the designer Jasper Morrison as a part of the Hal collection for Vitra. The modern shell chair possesses a wooden under frame of oak wood and it is multifunctional usable – in offices, public or private areas. Jasper Morrison reinterpreted the classic shell chair with the Hal Wood chair. A multifunctional chair with a clear and contemporaneous expression emerged. The form of the shell offers a lot of elbowroom and the slightly yielding plastic enables different sitting positions – also sideward’s or astride. This is how Hal encourages a dynamic and ergonomic sitting. The under frame of the Wood chair from Vitra is available in bright and dark oak wood. The different colours of the sitting shell enable an easy integration of the chair in every furnishing.
  • Hay - C44 Table
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    Hay - C44 Table
    Hay presents the innovative C44 table made by Jørgen Bækmark as part of the series of re-editions of classic pieces. The specialty: The top of two colours is simply rotatable for different events. The table top of the C44 lies on a frame of solid, soaped beech wood. The table top itself consists of MDF with both sided melamine coating, so that it isn’t too heavy to be turned whenever you want to: The top of the C44 is sunken in the frame, but it isn’t fixed. You will have a black or a white table top in only an instant. This is how the Hay C44 table suits for different events. The modular construction made the table highly modern in the 50s – as well as today.
  • The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Sideboard
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    The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Sideboard
    The sideboard out of the Remix Collection by the Hansen Family is an exceptional piece of furniture with a strong character. The design of Gesa Hansen unifies modern and classic elements and has been honoured with the Red Dot Design Award. Inside of the massive oak wood corpus there are eight drawers, which stand slightly inclined and looking out for an easy opening. The free room in the middle of the furniture piece is divided by a coloured cross into four compartments. The body of the sideboard lies on four filigree feet which stand inclined creating a contrast to the straight lined design of the sideboard. Gesa Hansen’s design style is a combination of Scandinavian minimalism and strong colours. This is also displayed in the sideboard of the awarded Remix Collection which was strongly inspired by Scandinavian handicraft tradition. The Hansen Family and the designer regard themselves as part of this tradition and produce their furniture in the workshop of Hans Hansen with handicraft. Moreover only ecological correct cultivation wood is used for the production. The cross inside of the drawer is available in different colours.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Revolver Barstool
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Revolver Barstool
    Revolver deserves its name: The barstool from Wrong for Hay is able to turn 360°. The Revolver barstool by the designer Leon Ransmeier is a classic elegant stool, which is characterized by straight lines and the finely curved seat. Moreover the barstool from Hay (and from Established & Sons before) has a surprising element: journal bearings are in the base ring. This is how the top part of the stool is rotatable around 360°, which is the origin of its name: Since the rotation of the chair reminds us of the rotation of a revolver’s magazine regarding the appearance and the sound it makes. Besides the rotatable seat, some visual variations of the stool are possible – since the displaced struts of the turned chair give a different appeal to the chair according to their position. The barstool looks gorgeous on private and public rooms as well. Wrong for Hay produces the Revolver barstool of powder coated steel. The stool is available in two sizes and it is robust, longevity and easily cleaned because of its material. The Wrong for Hay Revolver is available in grey, red and black.
  • The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Sideboard
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    The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Sideboard
    The sideboard out of the Remix Collection by the Hansen Family is an exceptional piece of furniture with a strong character. The design of Gesa Hansen unifies modern and classic elements and has been honoured with the Red Dot Design Award. Inside of the massive oak wood corpus there are eight drawers, which stand slightly inclined and looking out for an easy opening. The free room in the middle of the furniture piece is divided by a coloured cross into four compartments. The body of the sideboard lies on four filigree feet which stand inclined creating a contrast to the straight lined design of the sideboard. Gesa Hansen’s design style is a combination of Scandinavian minimalism and strong colours. This is also displayed in the sideboard of the awarded Remix Collection which was strongly inspired by Scandinavian handicraft tradition. The Hansen Family and the designer regard themselves as part of this tradition and produce their furniture in the workshop of Hans Hansen with handicraft. Moreover only ecological correct cultivation wood is used for the production. The cross inside of the drawer is available in different colours.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Stanley Stool
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Stanley Stool
    The Stanley Stool of the Wrong for Hay Collection was designed by the design studio Faudet Harrison. Both London designers gave modern materials to the small stool, for his timeless existence. The Stanley Stool reminds us of the famous Stool 60 by Artek, since the simple shape of the design legend Alvar Aalto already proved its timelessness. The label Wrong for Hay and the design duo Faudet Harrison however, made the legs without curves and they used modern materials, in order to bring the iconic stool into modernity. Wrong for Hay produces the Stanley Stool with feet of matt powder coated steel and a seat of cork. Stanley is stackable and suitable to be used in private and public rooms because of the clear form and the robust materials. The Stanley Stool by Hay is also usable as small couch and side table if desired. All the Hay offered colours (dark grey, light grey, green, orange, Bordeaux) of the Stanley Stool are available on demand.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Frame Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Frame Table
    The visible construction and the design clearness of the Wrong for Hay Frame Table transform it into a modern dining table which is clearly anchored in Scandinavian design. The name “Frame” already emphasizes what it is about. The wooden frame of the table has been processed finely. The detailed construction and the still massive appearance were created by both designers Line Depping and Jakob Jørgensen. Wrong for Hay produces the Frame Table out of massive ash or beech wood, both of them in a soaped or a matt painted edition. Moreover there is a grey version, with the table top coated with linoleum. The Hay dining table is even more gorgeous combined with the Frame Bench made by Hay as well. The Wrong for Hay Frame Table is also available in an edition of 250 cm.
  • Hay - C44 Table
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    Hay - C44 Table
    Hay presents the innovative C44 table made by Jørgen Bækmark as part of the series of re-editions of classic pieces. The specialty: The top of two colours is simply rotatable for different events. The table top of the C44 lies on a frame of solid, soaped beech wood. The table top itself consists of MDF with both sided melamine coating, so that it isn’t too heavy to be turned whenever you want to: The top of the C44 is sunken in the frame, but it isn’t fixed. You will have a black or a white table top in only an instant. This is how the Hay C44 table suits for different events. The modular construction made the table highly modern in the 50s – as well as today.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Side Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Side Table
    With the Serve Table, Wrong for Hay presents a tribute to traditional processing technique. Still the versatile Serve Table has very modern qualities. One of these modern qualities is the flexibility of the Hay Serve Table. The designer Sebastian Wrong and his team of the Wrong for Hay Collection created a table for many different purposes. This is how it can change its purpose easily and fast. The clear design is noticeably responsible for this flexibility: The Serve Table has been kept minimalistic and clear, which is the reason why the couch and side table fits in different homes. A small detail is remarkable: The round, slightly asymmetric border is formed with steam. This fine detail honours classic techniques of furniture construction. Moreover the raised border keeps objects on the table from falling. The oval feet perfectly fulfil the soft shape of the table top. Hay produces the Wrong for Hay Serve Table with feet and frames of massive beech wood and a table top of ash wood veneer. The table by Hay is also available in black, grey, yellow and pink as well as in contrastive colours. We will also gladly advise you for your individual Hay Serve Table!
  • The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Sideboard
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    The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Sideboard
    The Hansen Family presents the Tivoli Remix Sound Sideboard – the piece of furniture, which will make you prick up your ears – especially for the sound systems of the legendary audio producer Tivoli Audio. The times when audio devices have been presented in or on exceptionally adapted furniture pieces have ended. The designer Gesa Hansen turns the time back and shows Audio furniture for small sound devices, such as Model One and Model Three by Tivoli Audio. The four outside compartments have perfectly been adapted to the size of the radio combo of Tivoli Audio. The backside of the Tivoli Remix Sideboard is opened in order to store cables behind it, keeping the space behind the sideboard organized. Additional compartments are the drawers, completely made of wood and MDF by the Hansen Family. The other open compartments are furthermore suitable for books, records and other decorative pieces.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Slope Chair
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Slope Chair
    The chair of the Wrong for Hay Collection which emerged out of the feather of the Britain designer Sebastian Wrong, bribes with simplicity. Nearly completely geometrically made, the Hay Slope Chair looks like a sculpture. The design of the Slope Chair is hard to beat in clearness. The surprise is that, despite of the clearness, the chair is still very comfortable: The “slope” in the backrest and seat of the chair makes it ergonomic. Hay produces the seat and the backrest of PU-foam, which is flexible and adaptable to the body. The frame is made of ash wood. The Wrong for Hay Slope chair is also available with different frames (natural or black stained ash wood and oiled oak wood) and seats (black, grey and green).
  • Artificial - H45 Stool
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    Artificial - H45 Stool
    The H45 stool by Artificial bribes with contrasts. The design team nachacht from Berlin ensures exciting oppositions with different colours and materials. The three designers are known for their clear and graphic shapes, which also characterize the H45 stool. Besides the love for details, it is the combination of wood and coloured metal elements what characterizes the nachacht creations. The name-giving seat height of 45 cm and the low weight make it also easy to port the stool wherever it is needed. H45 is made of birch plywood and powder coated metal. It is also available completely black on demand.
  • The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table
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    The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table
    The Hansen Family presents the Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table – the piece of furniture, which will make you prick up your ears – especially for the sound systems of the legendary audio producer Tivoli Audio. The times when audio devices have been presented in or on exceptionally adapted furniture pieces have ended. The designer Gesa Hansen turns the time back and shows Audio furniture for small sound devices, such as Model One and Model Three by Tivoli Audio. The top of the Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table has the right size for the Model One, and the compartment below is suitable for books or magazines. The Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table looks gorgeous beside a reading chair. But also without the Model One, this side table out of wood and MDF from The Hansen Family is a slim piece of jewellery for the living room.
  • keilbach design - Marilyn Wardrobe
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    keilbach design - Marilyn Wardrobe
    The icon amongst wardrobes. The great appeal of this wardrobe upgrades every entrance hall. Thereby Marilyn by keilback isn’t like a diva, it is just the opposite. It is uncomplicated o be mounted, you won’t need any tools for it. The top of both stainless steel elements is pushed to the middle, so that a beautiful silhouette out of wood and stainless steel emerges. The tubes of the top and the base fan out at the same time. The manufacturer keilbach also thought about the functionality after concentrating on all the beauty of Marilyn: The wardrobe was numerous possibilities of hanging clothes and more things.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Trion Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Trion Table
    Trion is a versatile table by Wrong for Hay. It is suitable for many purposes, but the special detail of it is that the trestles have three legs each one. Shane Schneck thought about reducing the construction of the frame of the table when he designed Trion for Wrong for Hay. The three-legs trestle at one of both ends of the table resulted out of this process. The special table frame out of powder coated steel has a special position under the Trion Table, which is why it is different to the table top regarding the colour. The weightless composite table top doesn’t distract from the specialty of the trestles with its minimalistic design. The surface of the Trion Table top is coated with soft linoleum, which makes the table suitable as dining table and working desk equally. The Wrong for Hay Trion Table is also available with a size of 250 cm. The top of the table is also available in two brighter grey tones and the trestles are available in attractive green or yellow variants.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Slope Chair
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Slope Chair
    The chair of the Wrong for Hay Collection which emerged out of the feather of the Britain designer Sebastian Wrong, bribes with simplicity. Nearly completely geometrically made, the Hay Slope Chair looks like a sculpture. The design of the Slope Chair is hard to beat in clearness. The surprise is that, despite of the clearness, the chair is still very comfortable: The “slope” in the backrest and seat of the chair makes it ergonomic. Hay produces the seat and the backrest of PU-foam, which is flexible and adaptable to the body. The frame is made of ash wood. The Wrong for Hay Slope chair is also available with different frames (natural or black stained ash wood and oiled oak wood) and seats (black, grey and green).
  • Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
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    Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroulled in order to create a collection for the re-designed University of Copenhaguen (KUA). The result was the Copenhague-Series, which consists of a chair, a bar stool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for an educational institution, which would belong to our time with their shape and identity and which would fulfil the demands of a University. That’s the reason why the Copenhague Round Table – which is available as dining table and as side table – is very functional, but without getting far too serious in its expression. Since the designers wanted to free the Copenhague Round Table CPH20 from institutional flairs of traditional furniture and they wanted to design objects with bigger originality and a more homely appeal. Hay produces the Copenhague Round Table out of oak wood. Further editions are available on demand.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • fatboy original - beanbag
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    fatboy original - beanbag
    Jukka Setälä from Finland created the fatboy original beanbag in 1988, as the beanbag of the 21st century! The fatboy “original” represents a new, colourful and practical alternative to common beanbags and is particularly easy to clean. Depending on the colour, the fatboy “original” adjusts to the ambiance of your living room or bedroom. The beanbag can be used in many ways: As lounge chair in student digs, as relaxing possibility in your office, as “comforting” pillow for your kids or even as bed for unexpected guests. The fatboy original beanbag - a pioneer The size of 140 x 180 cm allows you to simply let yourself fall and sink into it. The high-quality filling consists of EPS globules and not of non-shredded polystyrene waste that are often used in cheap beanbags. That is why the beanbag can be shaped as you like it and adapts to your sitting or lying position. The cover of the fatboy “original” beanbag consists of a special coated nylon material and is therefore easy to clean – a wet cloth and the beanbag looks as if it was new in only an instant.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Uncle Sofa
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    Normann Copenhagen - Uncle Sofa
    Uncle is a sofa which combines the straight forms of modern times with the soft curves of the past. The external layer transmits a stable appearance, while the cushioning acts comfortable and inviting. The selection of the material adds a sensitive ingredient by characteristic, Nordic approaches. The Uncle sofa consists of an upholstered frame with additional cushions. The highly upholstered sofas of the 1950s were the inspiration source for Uncle. To connect both really different looking worlds, the back cushion has been integrated in the frame. The material of the Uncle sofa creates an interesting dynamism by the contrasts between the uniform frame, the differently coloured back and seat cushions and the colourful lacquered frame. All materials have the same colour; this offers a coherent appearance to the sofa. Simon Legald explains: “As designer I am curious about how materials and ideas are connected. Uncle is a sofa that developed out of a dialogue between handicraft and industry. I took Uncle’s ancient handicraft techniques and placed them on a new context. This is how the details of the sofa offer personality to it.” Uncle is designed in a recognizable Nordic design. The sofa is available in four colours.
  • Skagerak - Cobbler Stool
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    Skagerak - Cobbler Stool
    Cobbler is an ergonomic stool by Skagerak. The Danish wood specialist designed a clearly shaped stool leaned on the traditional milking stool regarding its form. Since it is made out of wood, the stool by Skagerak embodies the classic Danish design, which combines practical usage with straight lines and natural materials. If the stool isn’t used, it looks great as decorative figure at the wall – alone or together with others. The Cobbler Stool is a re-interpretation of an ancient classic which offers a very comfortable and nostalgic feeling to modern interiors. The Cobber Stool by Skagerak is available in two different wood variants (oak and teak).
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
    The Ulmer Stool in different colours. Whether as simple stool, as unobtrusive side table, bedside table or mobile tray for books and magazines – the Ulmer Stool by Max Bill is a popular classic piece of furniture. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954. He was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG. Max Bill designed the stool in cooperation with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, teachers started to create some chairs for their students on their own. The stool had the advantage that it was easy to be transported but still very stable, being also suitable for the students to carry their books. The design was only directed to functionality: The round bar (initially made out of a broomstick) gave stability to the stool and it also served to transport it. That’s how it suits as versatile chair, side table or shelf nit also as transport tray, serving tray or table top. The Ulmer stool is a good example for the creativity of people when there are few resources. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew in the last years, not at last since it was versatile to be used and formally reserving. It fits in public places such as museums, galleries, shopping stores, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private rooms.
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
    The Ulmer Stool in different colours. Whether as simple stool, as unobtrusive side table, bedside table or mobile tray for books and magazines – the Ulmer Stool by Max Bill is a popular classic piece of furniture. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954. He was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG. Max Bill designed the stool in cooperation with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, teachers started to create some chairs for their students on their own. The stool had the advantage that it was easy to be transported but still very stable, being also suitable for the students to carry their books. The design was only directed to functionality: The round bar (initially made out of a broomstick) gave stability to the stool and it also served to transport it. That’s how it suits as versatile chair, side table or shelf nit also as transport tray, serving tray or table top. The Ulmer stool is a good example for the creativity of people when there are few resources. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew in the last years, not at last since it was versatile to be used and formally reserving. It fits in public places such as museums, galleries, shopping stores, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private rooms.
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
    The Ulmer Stool in different colours. Whether as simple stool, as unobtrusive side table, bedside table or mobile tray for books and magazines – the Ulmer Stool by Max Bill is a popular classic piece of furniture. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954. He was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG. Max Bill designed the stool in cooperation with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, teachers started to create some chairs for their students on their own. The stool had the advantage that it was easy to be transported but still very stable, being also suitable for the students to carry their books. The design was only directed to functionality: The round bar (initially made out of a broomstick) gave stability to the stool and it also served to transport it. That’s how it suits as versatile chair, side table or shelf nit also as transport tray, serving tray or table top. The Ulmer stool is a good example for the creativity of people when there are few resources. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew in the last years, not at last since it was versatile to be used and formally reserving. It fits in public places such as museums, galleries, shopping stores, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private rooms.
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool (walnut)
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool (walnut)
    Whether as simple stool, as unobtrusive side table, bedside table or mobile tray for books and magazines – the Ulmer Stool by Max Bill is a popular classic piece of furniture. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954. He was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG. Max Bill designed the stool in cooperation with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, teachers started to create some chairs for their students on their own. The stool had the advantage that it was easy to be transported but still very stable, being also suitable for the students to carry their books. The design was only directed to functionality: The round bar (initially made out of a broomstick) gave stability to the stool and it also served to transport it. That’s how it suits as versatile chair, side table or shelf nit also as transport tray, serving tray or table top. The Ulmer stool is a good example for the creativity of people when there are few resources. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew in the last years, not at last since it was versatile to be used and formally reserving. It fits in public places such as museums, galleries, shopping stores, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private rooms.
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
    The Ulmer Stool in different colours. Whether as simple stool, as unobtrusive side table, bedside table or mobile tray for books and magazines – the Ulmer Stool by Max Bill is a popular classic piece of furniture. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954. He was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG. Max Bill designed the stool in cooperation with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, teachers started to create some chairs for their students on their own. The stool had the advantage that it was easy to be transported but still very stable, being also suitable for the students to carry their books. The design was only directed to functionality: The round bar (initially made out of a broomstick) gave stability to the stool and it also served to transport it. That’s how it suits as versatile chair, side table or shelf nit also as transport tray, serving tray or table top. The Ulmer stool is a good example for the creativity of people when there are few resources. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew in the last years, not at last since it was versatile to be used and formally reserving. It fits in public places such as museums, galleries, shopping stores, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private rooms.
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
    The Ulmer Stool in different colours. Whether as simple stool, as unobtrusive side table, bedside table or mobile tray for books and magazines – the Ulmer Stool by Max Bill is a popular classic piece of furniture. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954. He was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG. Max Bill designed the stool in cooperation with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, teachers started to create some chairs for their students on their own. The stool had the advantage that it was easy to be transported but still very stable, being also suitable for the students to carry their books. The design was only directed to functionality: The round bar (initially made out of a broomstick) gave stability to the stool and it also served to transport it. That’s how it suits as versatile chair, side table or shelf nit also as transport tray, serving tray or table top. The Ulmer stool is a good example for the creativity of people when there are few resources. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew in the last years, not at last since it was versatile to be used and formally reserving. It fits in public places such as museums, galleries, shopping stores, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private rooms.
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool (coloured)
    The Ulmer Stool in different colours. Whether as simple stool, as unobtrusive side table, bedside table or mobile tray for books and magazines – the Ulmer Stool by Max Bill is a popular classic piece of furniture. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954. He was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG. Max Bill designed the stool in cooperation with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, teachers started to create some chairs for their students on their own. The stool had the advantage that it was easy to be transported but still very stable, being also suitable for the students to carry their books. The design was only directed to functionality: The round bar (initially made out of a broomstick) gave stability to the stool and it also served to transport it. That’s how it suits as versatile chair, side table or shelf nit also as transport tray, serving tray or table top. The Ulmer stool is a good example for the creativity of people when there are few resources. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew in the last years, not at last since it was versatile to be used and formally reserving. It fits in public places such as museums, galleries, shopping stores, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private rooms.
  • Skagerak - Cutter Stool
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    Skagerak - Cutter Stool
    The Cutter stool by Skagerak has many functions because of its reduced, edged shape: The elegant stool can be used as stool, side table, bedside table and much more everywhere in the house – the usage possibilities are nearly endless. The Skagerak Cutter stool apparently perfectly suits the other products of the Cutter collection. The wooden stool is made out of the best materials and appears in a reduced look, which combines the clear form with rustic, untreated wood. Skagerak’s Cutter series emerged as challenge to translate classic and nostalgic design into contemporaneity. The designer Niels Hvass thereby concentrated on clear, simple lies, which resulted in honest and elegant design. The furniture of the Skagerak Cutter series is multifunctional and the purpose changes with changing demands.
  • Skagerak - Cutter Stool
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    Skagerak - Cutter Stool
    The Cutter stool by Skagerak has many functions because of its reduced, edged shape: The elegant stool can be used as stool, side table, bedside table and much more everywhere in the house – the usage possibilities are nearly endless. The Skagerak Cutter stool apparently perfectly suits the other products of the Cutter collection. The wooden stool is made out of the best materials and appears in a reduced look, which combines the clear form with rustic, untreated wood. Skagerak’s Cutter series emerged as challenge to translate classic and nostalgic design into contemporaneity. The designer Niels Hvass thereby concentrated on clear, simple lies, which resulted in honest and elegant design. The furniture of the Skagerak Cutter series is multifunctional and the purpose changes with changing demands.
  • Muuto - Around Coffee Table
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    Muuto - Around Coffee Table
    The Muuto Around coffee table by Thomas Bentzen convinces with its modern and unique identity, but is still – not at last because of its material and sophisticated production – a traditional Scandinavian design product. The shape and frame make Around functional and elegant, and simultaneously give the table a warm and welcoming appearance. The remarkable gaps in its frame are useful for its transport as well as to recognize Around as unique design product. The tables work well on their own or in groups of two, three or more. The edges consist of ash-plywood, the board of plywood and the feet of massive ash wood. The high quality lacquered surface is robust enough to fulfill daily demands. The Around table by Muuto is available in two different sizes (coffee- and couch-table) and in six different colours.
  • Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
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    Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
    The Yeh wall table by Menu is the perfect accessory for modern rooms. Space becomes rarer and flexibility more important – those ideas in the head of the Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh were the origin of the Yeh table. The table is perfectly versatile for every day, suitable for books, magazines, flower pots, table lamps or for the evening tea. The iconic made Yeh wall table is also a charming conversation topic. Since the Yeh wall table by Menu can simply be leaned against the wall, it is usable for every possible purpose at any time. The minimum of space it needs makes it suitable for every room: for keys in entrance halls, as bedside table in the bedroom or as side table in the living room.
  • Menu Design Menu - Afteroom Chair
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    Menu Design Menu - Afteroom Chair
    The design team Afternoon made a chair without any unnecessary details, since they are big enthusiasts of the Bauhaus school. Material and shape are reduced to a minimum – The Afternoon chair emerged: a chair with three legs and one backrest which is connected to the base on one only point. Afternoon achieved in reducing the material to a minimum for the maximum of aesthetics. The comfort of the Menu Afternoon chair isn’t impaired by the simple design. The stability and quality are granted by the powder coated steel material and the high class wood the Afternoon chair is made of.
  • Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
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    Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
    The Yeh wall table by Menu is the perfect accessory for modern rooms. Space becomes rarer and flexibility more important – those ideas in the head of the Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh were the origin of the Yeh table. The table is perfectly versatile for every day, suitable for books, magazines, flower pots, table lamps or for the evening tea. The iconic made Yeh wall table is also a charming conversation topic. Since the Yeh wall table by Menu can simply be leaned against the wall, it is usable for every possible purpose at any time. The minimum of space it needs makes it suitable for every room: for keys in entrance halls, as bedside table in the bedroom or as side table in the living room.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: it can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and schwarz.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: it can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and weiß.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: it can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and weiß.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: it can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and schwarz.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: it can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and schwarz.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: it can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and weiß.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • Muuto - Connect Sofa
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    Muuto - Connect Sofa
    Muuto presents the timeless Connect Sofa in a Scandinavian classic design. Different modules are combined to an individual sofa landscape. The Connect Sofa was designed by Anderssen & Voll. Connect stands in the Scandinavian design tradition: uncomplicated furniture that is clearly designed and convincing according to its use. That is the reason why the Sofa by Muuto is more than pretty to look at: exceptionally comfortable, Connect invites to relax. The Connect series consists of a total of nine different modules that are individually combinable with each other. The clear, reduced design remains unchanged. it doesn’t matter what a personal configuration you may choose. The single Connect modules consist of a wooden frame which is upholstered with cold-foam. On top of the cold foam there is an additional layer of upholstery cotton for an even more pleasant seat comfort, before the real fabric coating is extended on it. Muuto offers three different qualities for the Kvadrat coating (Remix, Lazio and Steelcut Trio) in different grey-tones. All the modules for the Connect Sofa by Muuto are available. Also individual coating colours are realizable for an extra charge of 5%.
  • Muuto - Connect Sofa
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    Muuto - Connect Sofa
    Muuto presents the timeless Connect Sofa in a Scandinavian classic design. Different modules are combined to an individual sofa landscape. The Connect Sofa was designed by Anderssen & Voll. Connect stands in the Scandinavian design tradition: uncomplicated furniture that is clearly designed and convincing according to its use. That is the reason why the Sofa by Muuto is more than pretty to look at: exceptionally comfortable, Connect invites to relax. The Connect series consists of a total of nine different modules that are individually combinable with each other. The clear, reduced design remains unchanged. it doesn’t matter what a personal configuration you may choose. The single Connect modules consist of a wooden frame which is upholstered with cold-foam. On top of the cold foam there is an additional layer of upholstery cotton for an even more pleasant seat comfort, before the real fabric coating is extended on it. Muuto offers three different qualities for the Kvadrat coating (Remix, Lazio and Steelcut Trio) in different grey-tones. All the modules for the Connect Sofa by Muuto are available. Also individual coating colours are realizable for an extra charge of 5%.
  • Muuto - Connect Sofa
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    Muuto - Connect Sofa
    Muuto presents the timeless Connect Sofa in a Scandinavian classic design. Different modules are combined to an individual sofa landscape. The Connect Sofa was designed by Anderssen & Voll. Connect stands in the Scandinavian design tradition: uncomplicated furniture that is clearly designed and convincing according to its use. That is the reason why the Sofa by Muuto is more than pretty to look at: exceptionally comfortable, Connect invites to relax. The Connect series consists of a total of nine different modules that are individually combinable with each other. The clear, reduced design remains unchanged. it doesn’t matter what a personal configuration you may choose. The single Connect modules consist of a wooden frame which is upholstered with cold-foam. On top of the cold foam there is an additional layer of upholstery cotton for an even more pleasant seat comfort, before the real fabric coating is extended on it. Muuto offers three different qualities for the Kvadrat coating (Remix, Lazio and Steelcut Trio) in different grey-tones. All the modules for the Connect Sofa by Muuto are available. Also individual coating colours are realizable for an extra charge of 5%.
  • Muuto - Connect Sofa
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    Muuto - Connect Sofa
    Muuto presents the timeless Connect Sofa in a Scandinavian classic design. Different modules are combined to an individual sofa landscape. The Connect Sofa was designed by Anderssen & Voll. Connect stands in the Scandinavian design tradition: uncomplicated furniture that is clearly designed and convincing according to its use. That is the reason why the Sofa by Muuto is more than pretty to look at: exceptionally comfortable, Connect invites to relax. The Connect series consists of a total of nine different modules that are individually combinable with each other. The clear, reduced design remains unchanged. it doesn’t matter what a personal configuration you may choose. The single Connect modules consist of a wooden frame which is upholstered with cold-foam. On top of the cold foam there is an additional layer of upholstery cotton for an even more pleasant seat comfort, before the real fabric coating is extended on it. Muuto offers three different qualities for the Kvadrat coating (Remix, Lazio and Steelcut Trio) in different grey-tones. All the modules for the Connect Sofa by Muuto are available. Also individual coating colours are realizable for an extra charge of 5%.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • Skagerak - DO Shelf
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    Skagerak - DO Shelf
    “DO” is the abbreviation for the Danish words “del og organiser”, which means “divide and organize” in English. And that describes the functions of the DO shelf very well, since it also perfectly serves as room divider. The versatile DO shelf is also stylish unfilled. The open form without any walls make DO suitable to place it in the middle of the room instead of corners with the 4 and 6 compartments. The Skagerak shelf is usable from all sides, making the room attractive. The versatile shelf was designed by Rikke Frost. Skagerak produces the shelf of untreated oak wood, whereby the shelf’s boards have an additional melamine coating. This makes a slight colours contrast and makes the shelf timeless and easy to care. The wood of FSC-certified stocks was forested sustainably – something natural for Skagerak. The Skagerak DO is also available as lower sideboard version with two compartments.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • Muuto - Oslo Sofa
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    Muuto - Oslo Sofa
    The Muuto Oslo is an organically formed sofa with a weightless and inviting appeal. It is only natural that the designers Anderssen & Voll made this sofa comfortable. But also the name of the Oslo couch has a lot to say: The Oslo sofa from Muuto is produced at the Norwegian coast. The seat and the backrest is filled with feathers and cold foam, making the sofa more comfortable as one would expect with the slim and weightless shape. The framing, round form represents inviting harmony – perfectly suitable for every waiting place. Muuto produces the Oslo sofa with legs of aluminium and a cushion with different Kvadrat coatings. Oslo is also available as sofa with 3 seats, as armchair or stool. Please ask us for more information or colours for individual combinations: we wil gladly advise you via phone or E-Mail.
  • Muuto - Oslo Sofa
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    Muuto - Oslo Sofa
    The Muuto Oslo is an organically formed sofa with a weightless and inviting appeal. It is only natural that the designers Anderssen & Voll made this sofa comfortable. But also the name of the Oslo couch has a lot to say: The Oslo sofa from Muuto is produced at the Norwegian coast. The seat and the backrest is filled with feathers and cold foam, making the sofa more comfortable as one would expect with the slim and weightless shape. The framing, round form represents inviting harmony – perfectly suitable for every waiting place. Muuto produces the Oslo sofa with legs of aluminium and a cushion with different Kvadrat coatings. Oslo is also available as sofa with 3 seats, as armchair or stool. Please ask us for more information or colours for individual combinations: we wil gladly advise you via phone or E-Mail.
  • Skagerak - DO Sideboard
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    Skagerak - DO Sideboard
    “Do” is the abbreviation of the Danish word “del og organiser”, which means “divide and organize” in English. And it describes the functions of the DO shelf very well, since it can also be used as room divider. The versatile DO shelf is also stylish without content, since it never acts unwanted. The open form makes the DO shelf with 2 compartments wonderfully suitable to place the shelf in the middle of a room instead of its corners. The versatile shelf by Rikke Frost is as well used as open sideboard. Skagerak produces the DO shelf of untreated oak wood, whereby the shelf’s boards are additionally coated with a melamine layer. This makes slight colour contrasts and the shelf will therefore be timeless and easy to care. The wood comes from sustainable, FSC-certified foresting, as well as all the Skagerak products. The Skagerak DO is also available as shelf with 4 compartments or with 6 compartments.
  • OK Design - Crossit Side Table
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    OK Design - Crossit Side Table
    Crossit is a side table by OK Design, which fulfils the classic ideal of “big and small” together with the Crossit couch table. But the small table has also another surprise. The design of the OK Design Crossit side table is completed with clearness. However, the soft forms make Crossit look very harmonic. Contrasting it, the table top is very special, since it is rotatable – so that the tale presents a white or a mint green table top according to how you turned it. The board is simply plugged where the cross in the middle is. OK Design produces Crossit with legs of massive oak wood and a scratch resistant top. The small side table is even more beautiful accompanied by the Crossit couch table.
  • Skagerak - DO Shelf
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    Skagerak - DO Shelf
    “DO” is the abbreviation for the Danish words “del og organiser”, which means “divide and organize” in English. And that describes the functions of the DO shelf very well, since it also perfectly serves as room divider. The versatile DO shelf is also stylish unfilled. The open form without any walls make DO suitable to place it in the middle of the room instead of corners with the 4 and 6 compartments. The Skagerak shelf is usable from all sides, making the room attractive. The versatile shelf was designed by Rikke Frost. Skagerak produces the shelf of untreated oak wood, whereby the shelf’s boards have an additional melamine coating. This makes a slight colours contrast and makes the shelf timeless and easy to care. The wood of FSC-certified stocks was forested sustainably – something natural for Skagerak. The Skagerak DO is also available as lower sideboard version with two compartments.
  • OK Design - Crossit Couch Table
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    OK Design - Crossit Couch Table
    Crossit is a couch table by OK Design, which fulfils the classic ideal of “big and small” together with the Crossit side table. But the small table has also another surprise. The design of the OK Design Crossit couch table is completed with clearness. However, the soft forms make Crossit look very harmonic. Contrasting it, the table top is very special, since it is rotatable – so that the tale presents a white or a mint green table top according to how you turned it. The board is simply plugged where the cross in the middle is. OK Design produces Crossit with legs of massive oak wood and a scratch resistant top. The small couch table is even more beautiful accompanied by the Crossit side table.
  • Normann Copenhagen - My Table
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    Normann Copenhagen - My Table
    Linearly and harmonic: The My Table, designed by Nicolai Wiig Hansen for Normann Copenhagen is clever and attractive. My Table has the same shape as My Chair from Normann Copenhagen: Clear lines with softly rounded edges and curves that are identic in the frame of both objects. The design is timeless, the appearance balanced and inviting. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explains: ”My aim at My Table was to design a table whose construction should be as simple as possible, thereby versatile and longevity. The working process was long and hard. Also if it isn’t recognizable in the finished table, but the clear, simple design is extremely complicated. There is no room for wrong proportions or wrong angles. Only one millimetre to much would disturb the whole appearance.” The Normann Copenhagen My Table is available in two sizes, which make it ideally suitable as dining table and side table with 74 cm. The table perfectly fulfils My Chair , with its clear lines and the simple appearance but My Table also suits all kinds of chairs in every possible surrounding because of the clear lines and the simple appearance, whether at home or in public rooms. My Table by Normann Copenhagen is available in two sizes (90x90 cm / 200x90 cm) and three colours (black, white, grey).
  • Normann Copenhagen - Swell Armchair
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    Normann Copenhagen - Swell Armchair
    More than comfortable: The designer Jonas Wagell gave playful, happy appearances to his Swell armchair he made for Normann Copenhagen. Despite of it, the appeal remains Nordic and clear. There are no unnecessary details at the Normann Copenhagen Swell, since Wagell concentrated on the essence when he designed it. The precise shapes are emphasized by the soft curves of the armchair – that’s how Swell gets its inviting character and the exceptional seat comfort. Behind the soft forms of the Normann Copenhagen Swell armchair there are generously upholstered laterals and an also generous backrest – a clear reference to the name, which alludes to growing bread dough. The seams on the backside and seat of the couch divide the cushions and make the opulent appearance perfect. The designer Jonas Wagel explains: ”I was always fascinated by minimalism. However, I find it important to add a warm component and some personal details to the objects. My starting line was characterized by aesthetic and practical qualities, which are important to me when I buy a sofa. That’s the reason why Swell is coined with my personal taste.” The Swell armchair by Normann Copenhagen is also available in further colours and as Swell sofa.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • Normann Copenhagen - My Table
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    Normann Copenhagen - My Table
    Linearly and harmonic: The My Table, designed by Nicolai Wiig Hansen for Normann Copenhagen is clever and attractive. My Table has the same shape as My Chair from Normann Copenhagen: Clear lines with softly rounded edges and curves that are identic in the frame of both objects. The design is timeless, the appearance balanced and inviting. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explains: ”My aim at My Table was to design a table whose construction should be as simple as possible, thereby versatile and longevity. The working process was long and hard. Also if it isn’t recognizable in the finished table, but the clear, simple design is extremely complicated. There is no room for wrong proportions or wrong angles. Only one millimetre to much would disturb the whole appearance.” The Normann Copenhagen My Table is available in two sizes, which make it ideally suitable as dining table and side table with 74 cm. The table perfectly fulfils My Chair , with its clear lines and the simple appearance but My Table also suits all kinds of chairs in every possible surrounding because of the clear lines and the simple appearance, whether at home or in public rooms. My Table by Normann Copenhagen is available in two sizes (90x90 cm / 200x90 cm) and three colours (black, white, grey).
  • OK Design - Babushka Boxes Bookshelf
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    OK Design - Babushka Boxes Bookshelf
    Dynamic, flexible and modular: The Babushka Boxes by OK Design perfectly fit into each other, as the name reveals. That’s how they create individual shelving landscapes. The Babushka Boxes set includes eleven single pieces, which are usable for different purposes. The different sizes of the flexible wall rack by OK Design make it possible to use the shelf for the most different objects, combinable and adjustable again and again. The Babushka Boxes are stored space saving, since they perfectly fit into each other. OK Design produces the Babushka Boxes of MDF, ensuring robustness and longevity.
  • OK Design - Bam Bam Big n' Low side table
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    OK Design - Bam Bam Big n' Low side table
    OK Design was inspired by the glamorous times of American gangsters when it came to design the Bam Bam Big n’Low. The table emerged according to the idol of the chair’s classic, which is also in the program of the Danish manufacturer. The Bam Bam table was obviously inspired by the classic Condesa and Acapulco chairs. The round designs with stripes, which looked great and still look gorgeous, will look as well in a table. And that’s how the Bam Bam Big n’Low table reminds us of the spectacular 50s, where Hollywood stars and Mafia gangsters such as Al Capone passed each other the mic in Mexico. OK Design produces the Bam Bam Big n’Low with a frame out of black, powder coated steel and a table top of oak wood. An edition with a stained oak wood top is also available. Besides the Bam Bam Big n’Low, there is also a higher edition called Bam Bam Small n' Tall , whereby the combination of both looks especially good.
  • OK Design - Bam Bam Small n' Tall table
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    OK Design - Bam Bam Small n' Tall table
    OK Design was inspired by the glamorous times of American gangsters when it came to design the Bam Bam Small n’Tall. The table emerged according to the idol of the chair’s classic, which is also in the program of the Danish manufacturer. The Bam Bam table was obviously inspired by the classic Condesa and Acapulco chairs. The round designs with stripes, which looked great and still look gorgeous, will look as well in a table. And that’s how the Bam Bam Small n’Tall table reminds us of the spectacular 50s, where Hollywood stars and Mafia gangsters such as Al Capone passed each other the mic in Mexico. OK Design produces the Bam Bam Small n’Tall with a frame out of black, powder coated steel and a table top of oak wood. An edition with a stained oak wood top is also available. Besides the Bam Bam Small n’Tall, there is also a lower edition called Bam Bam Big n’Low , whereby the combination of both looks especially good.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Swell Sofa
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    Normann Copenhagen - Swell Sofa
    Playful, happy and Nordic clear at the same time: The designer Jonas Wagell created a comfortable piece of furniture with the Swell sofa for Normann Copenhagen. The Swell sofa by Normann Copenhagen renounces unnecessary details, because the designer Jonas Wagell concentrated on the essence: Precise shapes which are emphasized by soft curves – inviting and with exceptional seat comfort. Behind the soft forms of the Normann Copenhagen Swell sofa there are generously upholstered laterals and an also generous backrest – a clear reference to the name, which alludes to growing bread dough. The seams on the backside and seat of the couch divide the cushions and make the opulent appearance perfect. The designer Jonas Wagel explains: ”I was always fascinated by minimalism. However, I find it important to add a warm component and some personal details to the objects. My starting line was characterized by aesthetic and practical qualities, which are important to me when I buy a sofa. That’s the reason why Swell is coined with my personal taste.” The Swell sofa by Normann Copenhagen is also available in further colours, as well as Swell armchair.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Buk Table Legs
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    Normann Copenhagen - Buk Table Legs
    Buk is a base for tables by Norman Copenhagen with a harmonic design. The trestles consist of three round tubes and one bar with friendly designs, made by the studio Supershape. The Normann Copenhagen Buk table legs are easily mounted without any tools. As well easy is the demounting process to store it space saving, when they aren’t used. There are numerous possibilities to individualize the tables with the Buk legs. A wooden table top ensures Scandinavian appeal and a black or white top makes it classic, whereas a metallic top acts futuristic. Several Buks are combinable when there is a longer table top. Normann Copenhagen produces the Buk table legs completely out of massive oak wood. The height of 72 cm is perfectly suitable to use them as base for desks or dining tables. Simply wipe the trestles with a damp cloth to clean them. A perfect combination possibility is given by the Slice table top by Normann Copenhagen.
  • Softline - Metro Bed Sofa
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    Softline - Metro Bed Sofa
    Clear edges: The bed sofa Metro by the Danish manufacturer Softline unifies reduced shapes with comfort. Practical and modern, it fits in nearly every home. The 3-seats couch Metro by Softline enables a modern and lasting timeless ambience with its angular shape. But the special thing is that the Metro bed sofa becomes a comfortable single and double bed in only an instant. The depth of the seat is 68 cm when it is not transformed, while the laying size is 135 x 200 cm when it is unfolded. This makes Metro perfectly suitable to be used in the living room, guests’ room, working room or hobby room – of where you need a flexible sleeping possibility. The coatings of the Metro sleeping sofa is easily removable to be cleaned. The foam in the cushions is fire retardant and comfortable! The sofa Metro by the design studio Busk+Hertzog for Softline can also be ordered with other fabrics and in further colours.
  • Casamania - Toshi Sideboard
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    Casamania - Toshi Sideboard
    The clear designed Toshi sideboard by Casamania bribes with clear shapes. The designer Luca Nichetto was inspired by Japanese architecture. “Toshi” is the Japanese word for “city”. The sideboards by Casamania remind us of diverse buildings in the metropolis Tokyo. The fresh and essential lines include the geometrical design of the basic forms of the doors of the Casamania Toshi sideboard. Each size and form of the Toshi has an own, characteristical pattern, which makes every module unique. The reference of the Japanese architecture is obvious in this chest of drawers: Toshi is a micro city, which convinces with basic geometrical shapes, selected proportions and tonal colours. Besides on podium bases, Luca Nichetto’s sideboards are also available on high metal feet, similar to pillar entrances of buildings. The Casamania Toshi collection also includes further sideboards as well as three smaller containers with doors or drawers, which fulfil the sideboards perfectly.
  • Conmoto - Pad Table
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    Conmoto - Pad Table
    Tables are important in the furniture landscape of every home, since life takes place at them: dining, writing, working, talking, celebrating. The Pad Table by Conmoto gives another compartment to tables, in the real sense of the word. The big multifunctional table is able to hold communication devices and to include them directly in the table. In the compartment under the table there hide charging devices, cables, tablets, laptops and all kinds of devices. The felt made compartment inside of the Conmoto Pad Table is also suitable for keys. Purses and further small pieces. The Pad Table was designed by the A&W designer of the year 2014 Werner Aisslinger. The cover of the Conmoto Pad Table is suitable as “privacy panel” if needed, since it divides the table in two. This makes sense when one works at the table and the other one reads. The functions make the table suitable as dining table, living room table and working desk equally, or in other words: as the central point of the home. Conmoto produces the Pad Table with a base of massice oak wood, a compartment of form-fleece-felt and a table top of CCL (Colour Compact Laminate). CCL is a material which Conmoto developed for furniture: The material has a hard paper core which is coloured and laminated. As usual for Conmoto, the material is robust, resistant and easy to be cleaned. The Conmoto Pad Table is more special in combination with the chair Chairman and the other products of the Conmoto Pad Collection.
  • Casamania - Toshi Sideboard
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    Casamania - Toshi Sideboard
    The clear designed Toshi sideboard by Casamania bribes with clear shapes. The designer Luca Nichetto was inspired by Japanese architecture. “Toshi” is the Japanese word for “city”. The sideboards by Casamania remind us of diverse buildings in the metropolis Tokyo. The fresh and essential lines include the geometrical design of the basic forms of the doors of the Casamania Toshi sideboard. Each size and form of the Toshi has an own, characteristical pattern, which makes every module unique. The reference of the Japanese architecture is obvious in this chest of drawers: Toshi is a micro city, which convinces with basic geometrical shapes, selected proportions and tonal colours. Besides on podium bases, Luca Nichetto’s sideboards are also available on high metal feet, similar to pillar entrances of buildings. The Casamania Toshi collection also includes further sideboards as well as three smaller containers with doors or drawers, which fulfil the sideboards perfectly.
  • Casamania - Twine Side Table
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    Casamania - Twine Side Table
    The Italian company Casamania proves humor once again with the Twine side table: The playful table looks like an oversized head. A basic inventions, re-thought: why should the concept of a head not be suitable as table? The Swedish design duo WIS Design achieved this with their side table: the base is the “thread” and the table top is pierced by it. This is how the frame embraces the top, making an elegant base. The table top of the Casamania Twine is made of MDF, while the base consists of steel wire. The side table is also available in other sizes and colours on demand.
  • Vitra - Visiona Stool
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    Vitra - Visiona Stool
    The Visiona expositions which are presented in the event of the Cologne Furniture Fair, embossed furniture design of the future when they started to be presented in the end of the 1960s. 1970 was the year when the design legend Verner Panton created the Visiona Stool for his remarkable living landscape on the eponymous exposition. Flexibility was very important then as well as it is today, that’s the reason why the compact Visiona Stool is suitable for different purposes. Verner Panton’s Visiona Stool is a practical and comfortable cushioned sea, which is useful in many different ways. The different tones make up colourful accents, while the Vision Stool appears in opaque colours suiting harmonically in homely rooms. The stool by Vitra suits different purposes because of the clear and quite design. The low weight of the Visiona Stool by Vitra makes it easy to move it and to use it flexibly when it is needed. The geometrical shape of the stool by Verner Panton makes the piece of furniture useful as side table as well. The robust coating of the Vitra Visiona Stool is fixed on the base with a rubber band, so that it is removable and cleaned easily if needed. Vitra produces the Visiona Stool out of polyurethane foam with polystyrene and polyester cotton wool. The base of the 2012 re-edited stool is made of an MDF board and equipped with felt pads.
  • Vitra - Visiona Stool
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    Vitra - Visiona Stool
    The Visiona expositions which are presented in the event of the Cologne Furniture Fair, embossed furniture design of the future when they started to be presented in the end of the 1960s. 1970 was the year when the design legend Verner Panton created the Visiona Stool for his remarkable living landscape on the eponymous exposition. Flexibility was very important then as well as it is today, that’s the reason why the compact Visiona Stool is suitable for different purposes. Verner Panton’s Visiona Stool is a practical and comfortable cushioned sea, which is useful in many different ways. The different tones make up colourful accents, while the Vision Stool appears in opaque colours suiting harmonically in homely rooms. The stool by Vitra suits different purposes because of the clear and quite design. The low weight of the Visiona Stool by Vitra makes it easy to move it and to use it flexibly when it is needed. The geometrical shape of the stool by Verner Panton makes the piece of furniture useful as side table as well. The robust coating of the Vitra Visiona Stool is fixed on the base with a rubber band, so that it is removable and cleaned easily if needed. Vitra produces the Visiona Stool out of polyurethane foam with polystyrene and polyester cotton wool. The base of the 2012 re-edited stool is made of an MDF board and equipped with felt pads.
  • Supergrau - Kloezze modular furniture
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    Supergrau - Kloezze modular furniture
    Kloezze / firewood by Supergrau is a stool pout of natural wood, out of which more objects emerge in an instant. Transformable and still close-to-nature – that is the Joker of Kloezze / firewood. A real multitalented: The different nature-wood sorts of Kloezze can be constructed and enlarged individually. This is how Kloezze is a stool today and a table tomorrow, here a bench and there a decoration item. Let your creativity run free, since Supergrau’s Kloezze will offer wings to your fantasy. The different kinds of wood create an individual and unique expression with their structure and colour – according to how you assort Kloezze. The forest’s scent is included in the deliver package for free, and creates nature-closeness, also in the stressful city. Kloezze / firewood by Supergrau is available in a set of 6, a set of 12 (stool) or a set of 44 (bench), with a different-coloured rubber.
  • Softline - Noomi Lounge Armchair
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    Softline - Noomi Lounge Armchair
    Elegant and comfortable is how the Softline Noomi lounge chair appears. The designer Susanne Grønlund was inspired by the shapes of the 50s and she modernised them carefully. The retro siblings of the Noomi chair also gave it its appearance, which is the reason why this armchair feels comfortable in nearly every place. The soft, inviting appearance and the unobtrusive elegance ensure an honourable place for the Softline Noomi armchair, even in modern rooms. The Noomi lounge chair is obviously leaned on the Scandinavian design tradition. The coatings of the Noomi armchair are removable to clean them for example. Spare coatings are also available. Fire retardant foam upholstery make the chair by Susanne Grønlund comfortable. Noomi is also available with other coatings in numerous colours.
  • Vitra - Visiona Stool
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    Vitra - Visiona Stool
    The Visiona expositions which are presented in the event of the Cologne Furniture Fair, embossed furniture design of the future when they started to be presented in the end of the 1960s. 1970 was the year when the design legend Verner Panton created the Visiona Stool for his remarkable living landscape on the eponymous exposition. Flexibility was very important then as well as it is today, that’s the reason why the compact Visiona Stool is suitable for different purposes. Verner Panton’s Visiona Stool is a practical and comfortable cushioned sea, which is useful in many different ways. The different tones make up colourful accents, while the Vision Stool appears in opaque colours suiting harmonically in homely rooms. The stool by Vitra suits different purposes because of the clear and quite design. The low weight of the Visiona Stool by Vitra makes it easy to move it and to use it flexibly when it is needed. The geometrical shape of the stool by Verner Panton makes the piece of furniture useful as side table as well. The robust coating of the Vitra Visiona Stool is fixed on the base with a rubber band, so that it is removable and cleaned easily if needed. Vitra produces the Visiona Stool out of polyurethane foam with polystyrene and polyester cotton wool. The base of the 2012 re-edited stool is made of an MDF board and equipped with felt pads.
  • wb form - Ulmer Stool
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    wb form - Ulmer Stool
    Whether as simple stool, as apart side table, bedside table or mobile carrying aid for books and magazines: The Ulmer Stool from Max Bill is a popular classic piece. The Ulmer Stool was designed by Max Bill in 1954, he was the first director of the Ulmer University of Design HfG, and designed the stool together with Hans Gugelot for the students of the HfG. Since money was rare, the furniture for students was self-made. The stool had the advantage of being easy to transport while being very resistant, also serving as carrying aid for the documents of the students. The design was only made to be functional: The round wooden bar (initially made out of a broom’s rod) gives stability to the stool and also serves as carrying handle. This is how it can be used as chair, table or shelf, but also as serving tray, table top or transport item. The Ulmer Stool is a good example for designs that succeed coming out of urgency. The stool is an absolute design classic today! Its popularity grew steadily in the past years, not at last because it is withdrawing and hides a lot of functions. It finds a place in public rooms, such as museums, galleries, shops, offices, hotels or schools as well as in private homes.
  • Muuto - Reflect Sideboard
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    Muuto - Reflect Sideboard
    The Reflect Sideboard was designed by Søren Rose for Muuto. The unique look is the product of the circumstances under which it was designed: the designer Søren Rose was inspired by the invasion of Scandinavian light. The wood, from which the front of the Reflect Sideboard is made off, possesses different depths and curves. The edges from the single cupboards are arched to the front imitating the shadow fall and the reflection of the light on top of the wood. The reflect sideboard from Muuto is made out of oak wood. The back wall is veneered. This makes it possible for the sideboard to stand firmly and serve as a flat room separator, without a negative visual appearance from the back side. Reflect furthermore possesses a cable feed through in its base.
  • Vitra - Visiona Stool
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    Vitra - Visiona Stool
    The Visiona expositions which are presented in the event of the Cologne Furniture Fair, embossed furniture design of the future when they started to be presented in the end of the 1960s. 1970 was the year when the design legend Verner Panton created the Visiona Stool for his remarkable living landscape on the eponymous exposition. Flexibility was very important then as well as it is today, that’s the reason why the compact Visiona Stool is suitable for different purposes. Verner Panton’s Visiona Stool is a practical and comfortable cushioned sea, which is useful in many different ways. The different tones make up colourful accents, while the Vision Stool appears in opaque colours suiting harmonically in homely rooms. The stool by Vitra suits different purposes because of the clear and quite design. The low weight of the Visiona Stool by Vitra makes it easy to move it and to use it flexibly when it is needed. The geometrical shape of the stool by Verner Panton makes the piece of furniture useful as side table as well. The robust coating of the Vitra Visiona Stool is fixed on the base with a rubber band, so that it is removable and cleaned easily if needed. Vitra produces the Visiona Stool out of polyurethane foam with polystyrene and polyester cotton wool. The base of the 2012 re-edited stool is made of an MDF board and equipped with felt pads.
  • Hay - Copenhague CPH190 Desk
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    Hay - Copenhague CPH190 Desk
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the designer brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to design a collection for the re-designed Copenhagen University (KUA). The result was the Copenhague series, which consists of a chair, a bar stool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for educational institutions, which clearly belong to this generation with their form and identity and which fulfil the demands of a university. That’s the reason why the Copenhague Desk is very functional, but without getting too serious in its expression. The back screen enables to work together with several documents easily and ergonomically. Since both designers also concentrated on renouncing institutional and office-like expressions of traditional furniture in scholar environments with their Copenhague Desk CPH190. They wanted to design objects with bigger originality and a homely appeal. Hay manufactures the Copenhague Desk out of oak wood, further editions are available on demand.
  • Hay - Woody Sideboard
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    Hay - Woody Sideboard
    The Woody Sideboard from Hay is the smaller brother from the Woody shelves. It possesses the same design and the same qualities like the shelf, but in sideboard dimensions. Woody is the modern interpretation inspired by a traditional ladder. Without obvious front and back side it is suitable as free standing furnishing element as well as standing at a wall. Also it follows the idea not to create a shelf that looks too dominant combined with the sideboard so that there is enough room for the objects that are placed in the shelf. Woody decidedly wears the spirit of modern times in it. It renounces unnecessary knick-knacks and the details of the construction are not hidden. The sideboard does completely consist of oak wood, wooden bars, steel and screws. The treated oak offers a Scandinavian expression to the shelf that is renewed and contrasted by the shelf inserts. This is how a beautiful connection between tradition and modern time, from simplicity, modernity and playful feelings emerges. Typical for the Danish design company Hay and its exclusive collection – because the fact that the contemporaneous Scandinavian designers can revitalize the tradition from the fifties and sixties is part of the conviction of Rolf Hay, who could enter the market with his company, fast establishing it, in the year 2003.
  • Magis - Plus Unit Sideboard
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    Magis - Plus Unit Sideboard
    The Plus Unit by Magis is a modular drawers system, which adapts to the demands of the user. Many combination possibilities make the sideboard individual. All the single elements of the Magis Plus Unit are combinable. It doesn’t matter is besides each other or on top of each other – the Plus Unit creates space where it is needed. That’s the reason why the versatile drawers are equally suitable for the office, public rooms of private homes. The Plus Unit modules, designed by Werner Aisslinger were honoured with the Red Dot Award as well as with the Compasso d’Oro because of their usage purpose. Magis produces the Plus Unit system out of robust ABS. The connecting elements out of aluminium have a special plug mechanism out of Teflon, so that combining occurs in an instant. The shape of the connecting elements of the Plus Unit also symbolizes the modular combinability of the storage system. A modular version on castors is also available beside the sideboard of the Magis Plus Unit. Both editions are also available in red and white and can be expanded as desired. We will gladly help you when it comes to comply your personal Magis Plus Unit.
  • Muuto - Reflect Chest of Drawers
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    Muuto - Reflect Chest of Drawers
    The Reflect chest of drawers was designed by Søren Rosefor Muuto. The unique appearance comes from the circumstances it emerged in: Rose was inspired by the falling of the Scandinavian light. The wood the "Reflect" chest of drawers is made from has different depths and curves. The edges of the single drawers are curved to the front and imitate the shadows and the name-giving reflections of the light on the wood. The Reflect commode by Muuto is made of oak wood. The back-wall is veneered. That’s why the sideboard is also able to stand alone, serving as side table, without its back being annoying or disturbing.
  • Muuto - Visu Chair
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    Muuto - Visu Chair
    Visu is the result of a design process, which nearly took two years: Muuto presents a chair, which is clear and unobtrusive, without acting uncreative. The details make the Visu chair attractive and special: each edge, each rounding and the interplay of the forms adapted in a clever process again and again until Muuto and Mika Tolvanen were 100% satisfied with the result. The Finnish designer explained about his Visu: ”It was my aim to create a personal interpretation of the classic plywood chair. I wanted to create a chair which was unobtrusive, timeless and ergonomic without acting boring.” Besides the natural oak wood edition, the Muuto Visu is also available with a lacquered frame out of ash wood, lacquered or brushed steel runners as well as with a cushioned seat. Furthermore there also is a Visu Lounge Chair,
  • Arper - Saya Chair
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    Arper - Saya Chair
    A sign, a gesture, a visible symbol – that’s the Saya chair by Arper. The chair was designed in 2012 by the designer trio Leviore Altherr Molina. As if it was a signature, the Saya chair by Arper stands in the room. Expressive proportions, the unmistakable silhouette and warm material make Saya a unique piece of furniture. The sum results in more than only the single pieces: The Arper Saya inspires to embed it in different surroundings – from private rooms up to be used in public places. Arper produces the Saya chair out of massive oak wood with a finish of teak wood. The Saya chair is also available in more colours as well as with a frame out of steel. A barstool and a children’s chair are also available out of the same collection. Thanks to the unmistakable silhouette, Arper’s Saya was already honoured with the Red Dot Award 2013 and with the interior innovation award 2014.
  • Radius Design - Miss Moneypenny Secretary
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    Radius Design - Miss Moneypenny Secretary
    “Moneypenny, what would I do without you?” – Agents know that a good secretary is indispensable since 1951. Reliable and timelessly beautiful – Miss Moneypenny as secretary of Radius Design. Strong contrasts characterize the appearance of Miss Moneypenny: Steel and openly varnished wood are a powerful combination, which acts noble and unusual. The included “secret compartment” offers space for cables of laptops, smartphone or tablet: they are hidden and led downwards through the feet, so that nothing disturbs the aesthetics of the Radius Design Miss Moneypenny. But that weren’t all the gadgets: a hidden laptop support for the base of the working top of Miss Moneypenny is also available on demand. The table with the included desk lamp by absolut lightning is also available. Ralph Kraeuter designed the Radius Moneypenny secretary, which has been honoured with the interior innovation award 2014 because of the clear appeal and the innovative function.
  • Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
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    Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroulled in order to create a collection for the re-designed University of Copenhaguen (KUA). The result was the Copenhague-Series, which consists of a chair, a bar stool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for an educational institution, which would belong to our time with their shape and identity and which would fulfil the demands of a University. That’s the reason why the Copenhague Round Table – which is available as dining table and as side table – is very functional, but without getting far too serious in its expression. Since the designers wanted to free the Copenhague Round Table CPH20 from institutional flairs of traditional furniture and they wanted to design objects with bigger originality and a more homely appeal. Hay produces the Copenhague Round Table out of oak wood. Further editions are available on demand.
  • Arper - Juno Chair
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    Arper - Juno Chair
    The plastic chair grew up with the Arper Juno! The chair with the slim profile and flowing lines was designed by James Irwine in 2012. The harmonic shape of the Juno is possible, since Arper manufactures the chair out of one piece. That’s how the small construction it also has a low weight, making the Arper chair ideally suitable ot be stickered, it is flexible and mobile. The versatile utility of it inside and outside, in the living room and in public rooms is easily possible. Four different shapes of the Arper Juno are available: with opened and closed back, with and without armrests. Different colours complete the individuality of the Juno chair. Juno was honoured with several international design awards because of the versatile usage possibilities with the simple shape.
  • Tojo - Dreh Shelf
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    Tojo - Dreh Shelf
    Find the right turn: The shelf walls are individually installed in the Tojo Dreh (germ. “turn”). That’s how a customized shelf emerges. The Tojo Dreh shelf consists of two construction parts – the shelving boards out of powder coated steel, as well as the walls out of massive wood. When the shelf is being built, the walls are placed in the desired position and turned in the profiles of the boards. There are magnets in the bases of the wooden parts of the shelf, so that they offer safe stand to the shelf without the need of fixing the single pieces. The Swiss studio eigenwert is responsible for the design. Tojo produces the shelf out of powder coated steel and massive oak wood. The single walls have a size of 35 cm so that all kinds of books fit in the completed shelf.
  • Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Bistro Table
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    Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Bistro Table
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroulled in order to create a collection for the re-designed University of Copenhaguen (KUA). The result was the Copenhague-Series, which consists of a chair, a bar stool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for an educational institution, which would belong to our time with their shape and identity and which would fulfil the demands of a University. That’s the reason why the Copenhague Round Table – which is available as dining table and as side table – is very functional, but without getting far too serious in its expression. Since the designers wanted to free the Copenhague Round Table CPH20 from institutional flairs of traditional furniture and they wanted to design objects with bigger originality and a more homely appeal. Hay produces the Copenhague Round Table out of oak wood. Further editions are available on demand.
  • Hay - Copenhague CPH150 Dining Table
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    Hay - Copenhague CPH150 Dining Table
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in order to create a collection for the re-designed University of Copenhagen (KUA). The result is the Copenhague series, which consists of a chair, a barstool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for a school institution which would clearly belong to our time in form and identity and which would fulfil the demands of a University. That’s the reason why the Copenhague dining table is very functional, but without getting too serious in its expression. There emerged this collection, since it was important to the designers to create something different to traditional furniture in schools with their Copenhague dining table CPH150 and to design objects with bigger originality and a more homely appeal. Hay produces the Copenhague dining table out of oak wood, further variants are also available.
  • Arper - Juno Chair
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    Arper - Juno Chair
    The plastic chair grew up with the Arper Juno! The chair with the slim profile and flowing lines was designed by James Irwine in 2012. The harmonic shape of the Juno is possible, since Arper manufactures the chair out of one piece. That’s how the small construction it also has a low weight, making the Arper chair ideally suitable ot be stickered, it is flexible and mobile. The versatile utility of it inside and outside, in the living room and in public rooms is easily possible. Four different shapes of the Arper Juno are available: with opened and closed back, with and without armrests. Different colours complete the individuality of the Juno chair. Juno was honoured with several international design awards because of the versatile usage possibilities with the simple shape.
  • Softline - Havana Armchair
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    Softline - Havana Armchair
    The Havana armchair by Softline acts like an old friend: Inviting, comfortable and familiar. Thereby the armchair was only designed in 2013 by Busk+Hertzog. The classic armchair as we know it from grandfather’s days was completely renovated: The Havana lounger is the modern interpretation of the classic piece. The design team Busk+Hertzog created a chair with appealing details, whose slim profile flirts with the wide form at the top. Havana is as comfortable as the name reveals, that’s typical for Softline products. The coatings of the Havana armchair are easily removable to be cleaned. Fire retardant foam inside of the cushions makes the sofa of Busk+Hertzog comfortable. The Softline Havana armchair is also available with other coatings in numerous colours. An ottoman is also available on demand. Softline was honoured with the interior innovation award 2014 for the re-interpretation of the classic Havana armchair.
  • Discipline - Pocket Armchair
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    Discipline - Pocket Armchair
    A surprising design: The leather of the Pocket armchairs by Discipline snuggles on top of the wooden frame as well as a glove. The innovative armchair is soft and comfortable that way, also without thick cushions. The German design team Ding3000 designed the Pocket armchair for Discipline: The soft, Italian Cuoietto leather of the Discipline Pocket armchair adapts to the body and offers comfortable sitting position. The Pocket armchair by Discipline is weightless and space saving because of its unusual design. The Pocket chair is named after the sewn pockets in the leather that are hanged in the frame of the chair. The “hands off” construction makes the chair absolutely comfortable and ergonomic. The feet of the Discipline Pocket armchair are made of massive oak wood. The leather seat is available in black, brown and natural leather.
  • Muuto - Adaptable Dining Table
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    Muuto - Adaptable Dining Table
    The approach of TAF Architects was to focus on a completely normal everyday object, something usually missing. A dining table is an object used every day. This is the reason why the Stockholm designers wanted to offer a new contest, new individuality to this furnishing item which is much used and often banal. “Adaptable” worth its name: The dining table by Muuto is adaptable to personal demands, The table top is available in white, black, grey and oak nature if desired, the feet are available in the same colours. The frame is available in white, black, grey and green. This is how 64 different possibilities are offered for a completely individual – adaptable – dining table. The table top of Adaptable is coated with solid oak wood, on the upper and lower side it is veneered. The feet are turned and finally treated like the table top. The steel frame of the Muuto table is sawn with laser-technique and powder coated afterwards. We will gladly inform you about colour variants and personal combinations via phone or E-Mail.
  • Softline - Havana Armchair
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    Softline - Havana Armchair
    The Havana armchair by Softline acts like an old friend: Inviting, comfortable and familiar. Thereby the armchair was only designed in 2013 by Busk+Hertzog. The classic armchair as we know it from grandfather’s days was completely renovated: The Havana lounger is the modern interpretation of the classic piece. The design team Busk+Hertzog created a chair with appealing details, whose slim profile flirts with the wide form at the top. Havana is as comfortable as the name reveals, that’s typical for Softline products. The coatings of the Havana armchair are easily removable to be cleaned. Fire retardant foam inside of the cushions makes the sofa of Busk+Hertzog comfortable. The Softline Havana armchair is also available with other coatings in numerous colours. An ottoman is also available on demand. Softline was honoured with the interior innovation award 2014 for the re-interpretation of the classic Havana armchair.
  • Tojo - Dreh Shelf
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    Tojo - Dreh Shelf
    Find the right turn: The shelf walls are individually installed in the Tojo Dreh (germ. “turn”). That’s how a customized shelf emerges. The Tojo Dreh shelf consists of two construction parts – the shelving boards out of powder coated steel, as well as the walls out of massive wood. When the shelf is being built, the walls are placed in the desired position and turned in the profiles of the boards. There are magnets in the bases of the wooden parts of the shelf, so that they offer safe stand to the shelf without the need of fixing the single pieces. The Swiss studio eigenwert is responsible for the design. Tojo produces the shelf out of powder coated steel and massive oak wood. The single walls have a size of 35 cm so that all kinds of books fit in the completed shelf.
  • Discipline - Last Stool
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    Discipline - Last Stool
    A weightless, stackable stool, made out of one piece of metal: That’s the Last stool by Discipline. The edge at the top of the stool offers support to make it easier to transport it. Since the stool has a handle and since it is practically weightless, it is suitable for many purposes – it can be used for something different every day. That’s how the Last stool designed by Max Lamb serves as stool or side table and also as spontaneous (last) seat for unexpected guests. This stool by Discipline is also stackable, so that it is easy to store it when it isn’t used. Discipline produces the Last stool out of enamelled steel. The material is made to stand the exertions of being used every day. The stool Last by Discipline is available in different colours as well as in copper and brass coloured editions.
  • Discipline - Last Stool
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    Discipline - Last Stool
    A weightless, stackable stool, made out of one piece of metal: That’s the Last stool by Discipline. The edge at the top of the stool offers support to make it easier to transport it. Since the stool has a handle and since it is practically weightless, it is suitable for many purposes – it can be used for something different every day. That’s how the Last stool designed by Max Lamb serves as stool or side table and also as spontaneous (last) seat for unexpected guests. This stool by Discipline is also stackable, so that it is easy to store it when it isn’t used. Discipline produces the Last stool out of enamelled steel. The material is made to stand the exertions of being used every day. The stool Last by Discipline is available in different colours as well as in copper and brass coloured editions.
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Arper - Catifa 53 Chair (four-leg frame)
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    Arper - Catifa 53 Chair (four-leg frame)
    Versatility wins: The Catifa 53 by Arper fits in every surrounding, since it exists in uncountable editions. The variant with its four-leg frame is classic-modern and withdrawing elegant. This Catifa 53 bribes by its four-leg frame out of steel, which is available in a lacquered, chrome plated or brushed edition. The seat has the same straight-lined shaping as the whole Catifa-series by Arper. The designers of Lievore Altherr Molina gave the Catifa series with the metal four-leg frame a classic modern appeal, which suits in every surrounding and offers the user the widest possible amount of comfort. The different editions of the Catifa 53 Chair by Arper ensure that the chair really fulfils all the demands. The Catifa 53 Chair is available in further colours and with more coatings out of fabrics and leathers as well as with a two-colour seat of polypropylene. Furthermore the Catifa 53 is also available with different bases.
  • ClassiCon - Diana A Side Table
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    ClassiCon - Diana A Side Table
    Side table? Bistro table? Notebook stand? Hand library? Konstantin Grcis’s series of steel side tables is open for many interpretations and usages – especially for phantasy. As well as creating words out of letters, the Diana tables are always grouped to a new visual connection with other pieces of furniture and objects. A living room is transformable into a coffee shop with the Diana-Alphabet from A to F (that much editions of the table exist) or also into a word of a completely new, personal language. The furniture out of the Diana collection by ClassiCon by Konstantin Grcic is characterized by a reduced, independent and especially multifunctional design. Diana A is the flattest piece of furniture out of the series and it makes up a very individual, unmistakable furnishing together with the other parts of the Diana series. Of course Diana A is also usable as single piece that moreover sets colourful accents. Diana A by ClassiCon is made out of powder coated steel sheet; the base is coated with polyethylene. Further editions are also available.
  • Vitra - RAR Rocking Armchair
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    Vitra - RAR Rocking Armchair
    RAR (Rocking Armchair Rod Base) is the rocking chair within the famous collection of Vitra’s Eames Plastic Armchairs. Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of the famed New York Museum of Modern Art competition, "Low Cost Furniture Design". Their organically shaped seat shells made of fibreglass-reinforced plastic were later combined with various different bases, such as RAR's rockers and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene the Armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair RAR is available in the colours ocean, mauve grey, cream, stone white and mustard.
  • Vitra - Slow Chair & Ottoman
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    Vitra - Slow Chair & Ottoman
    The Bouroullec brothers re-interpreted the armchair with their Slow Chair: a familiar, bulky form is combined with weightless, transparent materials when it comes to produce the Vitra armchair. This is how an exciting contrast emerges between form and material, searching for equals regarding comfort and style. Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created this expansive armchair by using an extremely strong, precisely shaped knit which is stretched over the metal frame like a fitted stocking. This tensioning of the material offers a pleasantly soft and ergonomic comfort to the Slow Chair, which is even increased by thin seat and back cushions. The slightly transparent fabric thereby substitutes the thick cushions of traditional armchairs and brings weightlessness to the otherwise bulky Slow Chair. Slow Chair therewith acts really withdrawing in the living room or the winter garden, without renouncing any comfort: an ergonomic sitting comfort that adapts to the user’s body is offered by the strong tension at different points of the chair. Vitra manufactures the Slow Chair & Ottoman out of a steel-tube-frame with aluminium feet. Three cushions in adapted colours are included in the delivery package. More details: Design: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, 2007. Material: Metal frame, polished or powder-coated aluminium legs, cover: knitted fabric, seat and backrest cushion: polyurethane foam and polyester wool. Measurements: 890 x 950 x 928 mm. Availability (tricot): brown/crème, red/crème, brown, black. Availability (legs): aubergine. Availability(glider): glider, felt glider. The Ottoman, and also the long and short back cushions are available. Please tell us which colour of the tricot material you would like to have!
  • Müller Möbelwerkstätten - StoolX
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    Müller Möbelwerkstätten - StoolX
    The stool has always been a useful and practical piece of furniture with diverse uses in the household. The Müller Möbelwerkstätten StoolX gives a new function to the classic piece of furniture. The design team Raumfieber designed the StoolX for Müller Möbel. The stool is surrounded by a rubber band which fulfils the stool with an attractive colour spot. The rubber band however, only serves as decoration, since the StoolX is assembled with four screws. The StoolX is delivered with bands in four colours (red, yellow, green and violet), so that it is possible to change the appearance of the stool by Müller Möbelwerkstätten.
  • Stadtnomaden - Tiefschlaf Bed II
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    Stadtnomaden - Tiefschlaf Bed II
    Friends of deep sleep will love the Tiefschlaf (deep sleep) II bed by Stadtnomaden, since its low height offers a nearby floating character to it. This elegant solution doesn’t only flatter to the eye of the sleep-enthusiast, but also fulfills comfort demand. Through the shape of the six elements, the characteristics of frame and slatted frame are combined in a decent support. The six elements of Tiefschlaf II are connected effortlessly by pressure-buttons with a belt, forming a frame that will house the accordingly desired cushion. Stadtnomaden offers the Tiefschlaf II bed with a low or a high head-end. Tiefschlaf II is available in walnut, ash wood and in white.
  • Vitra - EM Table
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    Vitra - EM Table
    Jean Prouvé designed his EM table in 1950. The dining table is embossed by its construction, which combines industrial architecture with formal aesthetics. Prouvé developed the EM Table for the prefabricated house project “Maison Tropique” already in the beginning of the 50s. The table, embossed by its construction until the smallest details, follows aesthetics of necessity. It illustrates the creative process and the static connection on a way we only know from engineer’s constructions. The diagonally placed, butted feet offer a constructive dynamism and strength to the EM Table. A traverse of round-tube connects the feet in order to reach some stability. The oak wood veneered table top contrasts the metal and makes the table look more weightless, The EM Table is produced by Vitra today and it is a sensual appearance for the Jean Prouvé design philosophy, which loves from the connection of architecture, technique and handicraft. Since the EM Table consists of the same material and form of the Standard chairs of Prouvé, the furniture pieces by the French constructor are perfectly combinable.
  • Flötotto - Pro 6 Chair, sled frame
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    Flötotto - Pro 6 Chair, sled frame
    Ergonomics and practice usage: With the Pro 6 Chair with sled frame, Flötotto shows a combination of classic design with modern advantages. This makes it a multi talent. The Flötotto Pro 6 chair is flexibly utile thanks to its sled frame. The Pro series has been originally designed for the usage in schools by Konstantin Grcic. Convinced by the concept however, the designer developed a whole collection which would also be usable for the object and private area. The Pro 6 chair with sled frame is one of these further developments. With its sled frame the Pro 6 chair is especially suitable for conference rooms and the office. Thanks to its flexibility however, it has multiple usage. With its slim backrest and the round seat, it furthermore enables movement liberty. The backrest suits the flexible back and with it offers a great support in the daily usage. Since the backrest moves with every changed position, the spinal column is reinforced and the back-muscles are reinforced. Thanks to the slim forms of the Flötotto Pro 6 chair with sled frame, this one is also suitable to sit on it the wrong way.
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