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  • Jesús Gasca Lau Console Table
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    Jesús Gasca Lau Console Table
    Jesús Gasca is the principal designer at Stua, a furniture company he founded in 1983 in San Sebastián, Spain. With his company’s name standing for solo tengo un amor – “I have only one love” – it is Gasca’s mission to improve the habitat in which we live. For 30 years, Stua has produced commercial-quality, eco-friendly furniture for clients around the world, from the W Hotel in Seoul to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Combining innovativewith simple shapes, the Lau Console Table (2013) is in keeping with the Stua philosophy and satisfies a need for a smartly scaled console or desk. Standing just under 29 inches tall, it fits nicely behind most DWR sofas. Ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in Spain.
  • Kenyon Yeh Yeh Console Table
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    Kenyon Yeh Yeh Console Table
    Inspired by cheerleaders – that’s something we’ve never said before – the Yeh Console Table (2013) is the result of seeing a “human pyramid” that consisted of a row of seated cheerleaders who had teammates standing on their thighs. The twist was that there were no chairs (they should’ve called DWR). Rather, the seated cheerleaders pressed their backs against a wall to hold a stable sitting position. This gave designer Kenyon Yeh (rhymes with “see”) an idea for a table with two legs and a top that’s angled to rest against a wall. The result is a sleek solution that works as a hallway console, bedside table or small desk. Best of all, because Yeh doesn’t have to be wall-mounted, it gives you the flexibility to move it about. Two, four, six, eight, who do we appreciate? Made of powder-coated steel with a slightly textured surface. Made in China.
  • Jean Prouvé Prouvé Standard SP Chair
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    Jean Prouvé Prouvé Standard SP Chair
    The Standard SP (2013), or Siège en Plastique , introduces a new material to the iconic steel and wood chair designed by Jean Prouvé in 1934. A project that began in 2002, the SP is the result of a special collaboration between Vitra and the Prouvé family. By making use of today’s, the SP continues the designer’s goal to unite functional requirements, honest use ofand economical concerns with the unique demands of mass production. In other words, it’s still an authentic Prouvé chair, but at a lower price than the Standard Chair with wood seat and back. Whether creating letter openers, doorknobs, furniture or prefab houses, Prouvé strove for the most efficient designs, with such classic end results as his Standard Chair. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Made in Germany.
  • Antonio Citterio Grand Repos Lounge Chair and Ottoman in Fabric
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    Antonio Citterio Grand Repos Lounge Chair and Ottoman in Fabric
    Architect and designer Antonio Citterio has developed hotels, offices and residences worldwide, while also producing furniture and accessories for companies like Vitra. Born in Meda, a small Italian city, Citterio earned a degree in architecture at Politecnico di Milano in 1972 and soon established his multidisciplinary design studio. He started with Vitra in 1985, and Grand Repos (2011) is his latest collaboration with the Swiss company. Combining the ergonomics of a task chair with the elegance of a lounge, Grand Repos is a completely new approach to seating. Featuring a biomechanical range of motion, this lounge adapts to all seating positions, from sitting up and reading to reclining back for a catnap. The movements of the seat and back are synchronized, offering complete support with each move, and the invisible reclining mechanism can be locked in any position. The contoured backrest provides comfortable lumbar support with adjustable back tension. Lounge has a removable headrest and a swiveling base. Ottoman has a fixed base. Made in Hungary.
  • David Geckeler Nerd Barstool
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    David Geckeler Nerd Barstool
    Based in Berlin, designer David Geckeler thrives on a multidisciplinary approach, often working on projects in furniture, tableware and lighting simultaneously. His Nerd Stool (2012) was honored with the 2011 Talent Award from Muuto, the Danish design company that handpicks the brightest design talent and invites them to express their stories through everyday objects. “Danish simplicity and iconic expression are combined in this stool,” says Geckeler. “The curved shape of the seat invites the user to sit on the stool from several angles, while the low backrest provides pleasant, comfortable support.” When asked to explain the stool’s name, he replied, “To me, Nerd describes its personality and design.” By that, we’re assuming he means the sleek construction with no visible screws is a cool feat of engineering that would rock a furniture nerd’s world. Made in Latvia.
  • David Geckeler Nerd Counter Stool
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    David Geckeler Nerd Counter Stool
    Based in Berlin, designer David Geckeler thrives on a multidisciplinary approach, often working on projects in furniture, tableware and lighting simultaneously. His Nerd Stool (2012) was honored with the 2011 Talent Award from Muuto, the Danish design company that handpicks the brightest design talent and invites them to express their stories through everyday objects. “Danish simplicity and iconic expression are combined in this stool,” says Geckeler. “The curved shape of the seat invites the user to sit on the stool from several angles, while the low backrest provides pleasant, comfortable support.” When asked to explain the stool’s name, he replied, “To me, Nerd describes its personality and design.” By that, we’re assuming he means the sleek construction with no visible screws is a cool feat of engineering that would rock a furniture nerd’s world. Made in Latvia.
  • Charles and Ray Eames All-Black Eames® Lounge and Ottoman
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    Charles and Ray Eames All-Black Eames® Lounge and Ottoman
    Charles and Ray Eames had ideas about making a better world, one in which things were designed to bring greater pleasure to our lives. Their iconic Eames Lounge Chair (1956) began with a desire to create a chair with “the warm, receptive look of a well-used first baseman’s mitt.” In continuous production since its introduction in 1956, the Eames Lounge Chair is widely considered one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. Pairing soft, inviting leather with the sleek form of molded wood, this set was the culmination of the Eameses’ efforts to create a club chair using the molded plywood technology that they pioneered in the ’40s. Entirely hand-assembled out of parts that are fully replaceable by Herman Miller, the timeless Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman is constructed to last lifetimes. This original is an authentic, fully licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A.
  • Shin and Tomoko Azumi LEM Piston Stool with Lacquered Wood Seat
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    Shin and Tomoko Azumi LEM Piston Stool with Lacquered Wood Seat
    Shin and Tomoko Azumi have brought innovation to a range of products, from subwoofer speakers to salt and pepper shakers to their LEM Piston Stool (2000). Named Product of the Year at the FX International Interior Design Awards in the year of its release, the often copied LEM Piston Stool reveals a rigorous and original rethinking of the form and function of seating. The sculptural seat not only swivels but also adjusts easily from counter height to bar height with a lever that activates a gas cylinder. While utility strongly determines its form, this unique stool also has a visual lightness that creates the illusion of freedom from gravity. After designing the LEM Piston Stool, Shin and Tomoko Azumi dissolved their partnership to start solo practices, and they both still develop furniture, lighting and interiors for clients worldwide. LEM is included in the permanent collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Made in Italy.
  • CH88-Stacking Chair-Lacquered
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    CH88-Stacking Chair-Lacquered
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  • Antonio Citterio Grand Repos Lounge Chair and Ottoman in Leather
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    Antonio Citterio Grand Repos Lounge Chair and Ottoman in Leather
    Architect and designer Antonio Citterio has developed hotels, offices and residences worldwide, while also producing furniture and accessories for companies like Vitra. Born in Meda, a small Italian city, Citterio earned a degree in architecture at Politecnico di Milano in 1972 and soon established his multidisciplinary design studio. He started with Vitra in 1985, and Grand Repos (2011) is his latest collaboration with the Swiss company. Combining the ergonomics of a task chair with the elegance of a lounge, Grand Repos is a completely new approach to seating. Featuring a biomechanical range of motion, this lounge adapts to all seating positions, from sitting up and reading to reclining back for a catnap. The movements of the seat and back are synchronized, offering complete support with each move, and the invisible reclining mechanism can be locked in any position. The contoured backrest provides comfortable lumbar support with adjustable back tension. Lounge has a removable headrest and a swiveling base. Ottoman has a fixed base. Made in Hungary.
  • Jésus and Jon Gasca Nube Armchair in Leather
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    Jésus and Jon Gasca Nube Armchair in Leather
    The father-and-son team of Jesús and Jon Gasca combined right angles with sensuous curves to create their Nube Armchair (2008). With its startlingly simple and architectural structure, stunning back view and cozy nest-like seat, this is a chair that’s full of surprises. Nube is available upholstered in solid-colored fabric (one color for the angular parts, another color for the curved), patterned fabric and leather, offering several options suitable for commercial and residential applications. It was honored with a Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award for furniture in 2008. Design Within Reach is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Stua products in the U.S. Made in Spain.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cal. King Bed in Leather, Walnut
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cal. King Bed in Leather, Walnut
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Left
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    Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Left
    Influenced by the furnishings of Edward J. Wormley, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Jesús Gasca Atlas Filing Cabinet with Lock
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    Jesús Gasca Atlas Filing Cabinet with Lock
    A hallmark of Jesús Gasca's work is versatility and his Atlas Collection (1992) is no exception. Available in a wide range of sizes, the Atlas Collection can serve as case goods, bedside tables, workspace storage, even as an extra spot for towels and linens in the bathroom. (Though moisture will not harm the Atlas pieces, they should be protected from direct water.) Fully finished on all sides, Atlas can float in a room. The sides are made from painted MDF and the tops, backs and drawer faces are crafted of anodized aluminum with a satin finish that brings a note of polished warmth to the modern aesthetic. Smoothly functioning drawers have rounded interiors to provide easy cleaning and scalloped drawer pulls heighten the Atlas series' refined style. Each piece ships fully assembled. Design Within Reach is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Stua products in the U.S. Made in Spain. in the U.S.
  • Lella and Massimo Vignelli Vignelli Bench
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    Lella and Massimo Vignelli Vignelli Bench
    In need of casual furniture for their new home in Sorrento, Italy, renowned designers Lella and Massimo Vignelli created this multipurpose Bench (2005). In addition to product design, the Vignellis have created corporate identities for Xerox, Bloomingdale’s, American Airlines and several others. Their designs are included in the permanent collections of museums worldwide, including MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. In 2003, they received the National Design Lifetime Achievement Award. This weatherproof single-piece form features consistent wall thickness and stress-free outer corners for supreme resistance to breakage. Suitable for residential and commercial use indoors and out. Made in U.S.A.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Eames® Molded Fiberglass Stacking Side Chair (DFSS)
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    Charles and Ray Eames Eames® Molded Fiberglass Stacking Side Chair (DFSS)
    Charles and Ray Eames believed “design is a method of action,” and they continually updated their work as newbecame available. “The chair that Charles and Ray were designing,” explains grandson Eames Demetrios, “is the chair that’s made tomorrow.” The duo originally designed their molded chair in metal and entered it as a prototype in MoMA’s 1948 International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design, then refashioned it in light yet strong fiberglass just two years later. In the 1980s, after determining fiberglass production was detrimental to the environment, Herman Miller ceased production to explore more sustainable options, eventually choosing recyclable polypropylene. The company never quite forgot about fiberglass, however, and it recently began researching greener production methods. The Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair (1950) is the end result, constructed using a cleaner process but true to the original with its beloved variegated surface. This reintroduced version comes in a range of reformulated semi-gloss color pigments that faithfully reproduce the vintage ones. Its deep seat pocket and waterfall edge keep you comfortable by reducing pressure on the backs of your thighs. The seat back is left unfinished to maintain a slightly rough natural texture for easier gripping with your hands. This is an authentic Eames product by Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A. DFSS stands for dining-height fiberglass side chair with stacking base (stacks up to 14 high). Made of 99% recyclableand covered by Herman Miller’s take-back program for environmentally sound recycling (should you ever wish to part with this chair).
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Armchair, Lama Tweed
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Armchair, Lama Tweed
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. One Como Throw Pillow included. Made in Italy. Steel frames; polished cast-aluminum legs; spring suspension with elastic webbing; polyurethane foam seat cushions with natural goose feather filling; Piumafil® back cushions; fabric upholstery.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Sofa 80", Lama Tweed
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Sofa 80", Lama Tweed
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Two Como Throw Pillows included. Made in Italy. Steel frames; polished cast-aluminum legs; spring suspension with elastic webbing; polyurethane foam seat cushions with natural goose feather filling; Piumafil® back cushions; fabric upholstery.
  • Jean Prouvé Prouvé Standard Chair
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    Jean Prouvé Prouvé Standard Chair
    After opening his own workshop in 1923, Jean Prouvé began producing furniture of his own and collaborating with some of the best-known French designers of the day, including Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand. Prouvé always strove for the most efficient designs, evident in classics such as his Standard Chair (1934). This chair, which comprises a utilitarian yet visually arresting combination of steel and wood, reflects the designer’s engineering pedigree and intense focus on, connections and production. Voluminous straight back legs bear the brunt of the occupant’s weight, and tubular front legs provide just enough support for the rest. Finely shaped wood seating surfaces conform nicely to the body. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Made in Germany.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Ottoman, Lama Tweed
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Ottoman, Lama Tweed
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Made in Italy. Steel frames; polished cast-aluminum legs; spring suspension with elastic webbing; polyurethane foam seat cushions with natural goose feather filling; Piumafil® back cushions; fabric upholstery.
  • Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Right
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    Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Right
    Influenced by the furnishings of Edward J. Wormley, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Bantam 73" Sofa in Leather
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    Bantam 73" Sofa in Leather
    Influenced by the furnishings of Edward J. Wormley, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Bantam 86" Sofa in Leather
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    Bantam 86" Sofa in Leather
    Influenced by the furnishings of Edward J. Wormley, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Bantam Armchair in Leather
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    Bantam Armchair in Leather
    Influenced by the furnishings of Edward J. Wormley, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Bantam Chair Ottoman in Leather
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    Bantam Chair Ottoman in Leather
    Influenced by the furnishings of Edward J. Wormley, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Niels Bendtsen U-Turn Swivel Chair (2013)
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    Niels Bendtsen U-Turn Swivel Chair (2013)
    Niels Bendtsen was in his 30s when he became a designer, a move driven by his dissatisfaction with the quality and functionality of products on the market. Decades later, that drive still fuels his obsession for smart, thoughtful design. One 360-degree spin in his U-Turn Swivel Chair (2013), and you’ll see what we mean. In addition to its smooth swiveling mechanism, this chair features a discreet base that tapers as it nears the floor, providing ample legroom and making it easy for you to get up. Its leather upholstery has distinct natural markings and will develop a patina over time. Made in Italy.
  • Index Table
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    Index Table
    Minimal in form yet supremely functional, the clever Index Table (2012) doubles as a table and magazine holder. This piece features a hefty, substantially sized solid wood top supported by a tubular stainless steel frame for stability. Simple yet sleek, Index works well in a variety of areas, providing ample space for a computer, paperwork, stationery and more. On one side, the frame extends in a U-shape beyond the top to support a fine leather pouch that’s perfect for keeping a stack of your favorite magazines close at hand. Index is also ambidextrous: Place it so its pouch rests on the side of your choosing. Made in Germany.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como One-Arm Sofa in Leather, Right
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    Giorgio Soressi Como One-Arm Sofa in Leather, Right
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. One Como Throw Pillow included. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Armchair in Leather
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Armchair in Leather
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. One Como Throw Pillow included. Made in Italy.
  • Bantam Cocktail Ottoman in Leather
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    Bantam Cocktail Ottoman in Leather
    Influenced by the furnishings of Edward J. Wormley, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Sectional Chaise in Leather, Left
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Sectional Chaise in Leather, Left
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Two Como Throw Pillows included. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como One-Arm Sofa in Leather, Left
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    Giorgio Soressi Como One-Arm Sofa in Leather, Left
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. One Como Throw Pillow included. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Chaise in Leather, Left
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Chaise in Leather, Left
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. One Como Throw Pillow included. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Ottoman in Leather
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Ottoman in Leather
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Sectional Chaise in Leather, Right
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Sectional Chaise in Leather, Right
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Two Como Throw Pillows included. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como 92" Sofa in Leather
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    Giorgio Soressi Como 92" Sofa in Leather
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Two Como Throw Pillows included. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como 80" Sofa in Leather
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    Giorgio Soressi Como 80" Sofa in Leather
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Two Como Throw Pillows included. Made in Italy.
  • Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Barstool with High Back
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    Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Barstool with High Back
    Metalworker Xavier Pauchard not only brought the art of galvanizing steel to France but also took the process to the next level by creating the Marais A Chair (1934), as well as a selection of stools. The quintessential cafe collection, Tolix was both elegant and robust enough to grace the decks of the S.S. Normandie ocean liner, and 80 years after the company was founded, the Tolix name is recognized worldwide as best-in-class furniture. In 2006, the company introduced the Tolix Stool with High Back in response to customers’ requests. All Tolix furniture is still made in Autun, the same Burgundy town where the company first began. Slight surface abrasions and markings are characteristic of the material and part of its hardworking machine aesthetic. Made in France. Tolix products are protected by copyright, making it illegal for another company to clone this stool. At DWR, the Tolix products we sell are 100% authentic. The Marais Collection should be protected from moisture and kept indoors when not in use to maintain its finish.
  • Giorgio Soressi Basso Coffee Table
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    Giorgio Soressi Basso Coffee Table
    Showcasing the natural beauty of solid marble, the Basso Coffee Table (2007) is the work of Giorgio Soressi, who also designed our new Como Sofa Collection. The Basso Table is available in two of the world’s most precious marbles: white Carrara sourced from the Apuan Alps in Italy and Nero Marquina from the Pyrenees in Spain. Random veining ensures that every tabletop is unique. The low profile pairs well with any modern sofa or sectional, and beveled edges complete the fluid form. Made in Italy.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Chaise in Leather, Right
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Chaise in Leather, Right
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. One Como Throw Pillow included. Made in Italy.
  • Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Counter Stool with High Back
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    Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Counter Stool with High Back
    Metalworker Xavier Pauchard not only brought the art of galvanizing steel to France but also took the process to the next level by creating the Marais A Chair (1934), as well as a selection of stools. The quintessential cafe collection, Tolix was both elegant and robust enough to grace the decks of the S.S. Normandie ocean liner, and 80 years after the company was founded, the Tolix name is recognized worldwide as best-in-class furniture. In 2006, the company introduced the Tolix Stool with High Back in response to customers’ requests. All Tolix furniture is still made in Autun, the same Burgundy town where the company first began. Slight surface abrasions and markings are characteristic of the material and part of its hardworking machine aesthetic. Made in France. Tolix products are protected by copyright, making it illegal for another company to clone this stool. At DWR, the Tolix products we sell are 100% authentic. The Marais Collection should be protected from moisture and kept indoors when not in use to maintain its finish.
  • Sebastian Bergne Tolix® Marais Desk
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    Sebastian Bergne Tolix® Marais Desk
    Working out of his London studio, designer Sebastian Bergne has created everything from corkscrews to kettles for companies De Beers, Vitra and Habitat, among others. In his work for Tolix, he continues the tradition of metalworker Xavier Pauchard, who not only brought the art of galvanizing steel to France but also took the process to the next level by creating the quintessential café chair. After the sudden death of Pauchard in 1948, his son Jean took over as managing director of their company and has continued to grow the collection. The Marais Desk (2012) is sleek, streamlined and smartly designed. Its lift-up top allows for a surprising amount of storage in a small footprint, and the well-resolved cable management system will make any modernist swoon. Best of all, the top is divided into two parts, allowing you to grab supplies stored in the right compartment without disturbing the entire desktop. All Tolix metal furniture is still made in Autun, the same Burgundy town where it all began. Ships with legs detached to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in France.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool C
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    Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool C
    Each handmade Vitra miniature is a classic in the history of furniture design reduced in size at a scale of 1:6. True to the original pieces in structure and, the miniatures are precision-crafted, making them a thoughtful gift for a furniture lover or design professional. Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made out of solid walnut. Inspired by an African stool that stood in the living room of the Eames House, the lathe-turned Eames Stools (1960), which were also conceived by Ray to be used as small occasional tables, have distinctive individual profiles. Each Vitra miniature comes handsomely packaged in a wood box with an informational booklet.
  • Mika Tolvanen Visu Chair with Wood Base
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    Mika Tolvanen Visu Chair with Wood Base
    Designer Mika Tolvanen established his Helsinki-based design office in 2001, shortly after graduating with a master’s from the Royal College of Art. In creating the Visu Chair (2012) – which is named after visu , the Finnish word for “precision” – “the task was to create a personal interpretation of the ever-relevant plywood chair,” he says. What he created are actually two different chairs: an unupholstered version with wire base and an upholstered version with wood base. Both are suitable for use in a home, restaurant or office. The unupholstered version with wire base stacks up to 14 high. Made in Lithuania.
  • Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Armchair
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    Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Armchair
    Josef Hoffmann is well known for the simple, restrained, yet visually interesting dining chairs – several intended for cafés – that he designed early in the 20th century. The influence of the Arts and Crafts movement can be seen in his work, but Hoffmann also embraced the industrial age. Rather than rejecting traditional decoration, he succeeded in making it serve structural principles, which he believed should determine the forms of buildings, interiors and objects. Whether admiring one of his chairs or the Sanatorium Purkersdorf he designed in 1903, you can see Hoffmann’s emphasis on straight, unadorned lines, characteristics that are in keeping with the style of the Viennese Secession. The Hoffmann Armchair (1925), designed in collaboration with Josef Frank, is made at the bentwood factory founded by Michael Thonet in 1861. Made in the Czech Republic.
  • Terence Woodgate Sussex Tall Credenza with Four Drawers
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    Terence Woodgate Sussex Tall Credenza with Four Drawers
    With work included in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, designer Terence Woodgate is known for combining compelling wood details and discreet functionality – e.g., his Sussex Collection, with doors and drawers seamlessly integrated into the louvered fronts. The Sussex Tall Credenza (2000) has four smooth-gliding drawers on top and four cabinets on the bottom. Each cabinet has an adjustable shelf that will support 106 lbs. The top surface will support 220 lbs. This Credenza can be used in the dining room, bedroom, office or living room. The richly grained wood veneer is carefully chosen by hand for consistency from controlled and sustainably farmed forests. Ships with base unattached. Assembly required. Made in Spain. Choose from oak with grey base or walnut with white base. Includes four drawers over four cabinets. Fully finished on all sides.
  • Giulio Lazzotti Quovis Standing-Height Table
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    Giulio Lazzotti Quovis Standing-Height Table
    For more than 30 years, Giulio Lazzotti has maintained a diverse practice encompassing architecture, interior design and furniture design. He received the Torre Guinigi prize for his design for the historical center of Pietrasanta, Italy, and he is internationally recognized for his work in marble – so much so that he often teaches at the Academy of Art in Carrara, Italy (home to the famous white carrara marble quarries). When he designed our Quovis Collection, developed with an Italian restaurant equipment manufacturer, he set the standard for quality stainless steel utility furniture. The Quovis Standing-Height Table (2001) is a comfortable height for working standing up or sitting on a barstool. The table is designed with a sound-dampening solid substrate to prevent the rattling and clanging of lesser quality steel tables. These generously proportioned pieces are easy to clean and maintain, will not rust and are constructed to endure years of use. Able to withstand the corrosive action of various food and chemical acids, they suit a high traffic café or kitchen, darkroom or workspace. The Standing-Height Table is equipped with lockable casters. Assembly required. Made in Italy.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool B
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    Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool B
    Each handmade Vitra miniature is a classic in the history of furniture design reduced in size at a scale of 1:6. True to the original pieces in structure and, the miniatures are precision-crafted, making them a thoughtful gift for a furniture lover or design professional. Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made out of solid walnut. Inspired by an African stool that stood in the living room of the Eames House, the lathe-turned Eames Stools (1960), which were also conceived by Ray to be used as small occasional tables, have distinctive individual profiles. Each Vitra miniature comes handsomely packaged in a wood box with an informational booklet.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool A
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    Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool A
    Each handmade Vitra miniature is a classic in the history of furniture design reduced in size at a scale of 1:6. True to the original pieces in structure and, the miniatures are precision-crafted, making them a thoughtful gift for a furniture lover or design professional. Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made out of solid walnut. Inspired by an African stool that stood in the living room of the Eames House, the lathe-turned Eames Stools (1960), which were also conceived by Ray to be used as small occasional tables, have distinctive individual profiles. Each Vitra miniature comes handsomely packaged in a wood box with an informational booklet.
  • Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Side Chair
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    Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Side Chair
    Josef Hoffmann is well known for the simple, restrained, yet visually interesting dining chairs – several intended for cafés – that he designed early in the 20th century. The influence of the Arts and Crafts movement can be seen in his work, but Hoffmann also embraced the industrial age. Rather than rejecting traditional decoration, he succeeded in making it serve structural principles, which he believed should determine the forms of buildings, interiors and objects. Whether admiring one of his chairs or the Sanatorium Purkersdorf he designed in 1903, you can see Hoffmann’s emphasis on straight, unadorned lines, characteristics that are in keeping with the style of the Viennese Secession. The Hoffmann Side Chair (1925), designed in collaboration with Josef Frank, is made at the bentwood factory founded by Michael Thonet in 1861. Made in the Czech Republic.
  • Mika Tolvanen Visu Chair with Wire Base
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    Mika Tolvanen Visu Chair with Wire Base
    Designer Mika Tolvanen established his Helsinki-based design office in 2001, shortly after graduating with a master’s from the Royal College of Art. In creating the Visu Chair (2012) – which is named after visu , the Finnish word for “precision” – “the task was to create a personal interpretation of the ever-relevant plywood chair,” he says. What he created are actually two different chairs: an unupholstered version with wire base and an upholstered version with wood base. Both are suitable for use in a home, restaurant or office. The unupholstered version with wire base stacks up to 14 high. Made in Lithuania.
  • Romano Marcato Brio Adjustable Dining Table
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    Romano Marcato Brio Adjustable Dining Table
    Romano Marcato received his degree in mechanics in 1970. After years of designing precision tools and machines for use in the automobile and electronic industries, he co-founded LaPalma, a company that specializes in the art of adjustability. His Brio Adjustable Dining Table (2005) moves from table to bar height – and anywhere in between – in seconds. Designed to have the fluid mechanics and ease of industrial machinery, it raises and lowers smoothly via a lever-activated gas cylinder. Conveniently located on the underside of the tabletop, the lever releases the table from a firmly locked position, and the locking mechanism ensures superb stability. With its ample tabletop, Brio comfortably accommodates up to four people, providing an intimate perch for a dining or lounge area. The tabletop resists warping and is easy to clean and maintain, and the heavy weighted base eliminates wobbling. Made in Italy.
  • Milo Baughman Drum Coffee Table
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    Milo Baughman Drum Coffee Table
    “Furniture that is too obviously designed,” said Milo Baughman, “is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums.” While we could certainly see his Drum Coffee Table (1970s) in a museum, it would earn its place there for its simplicity and lack of unnecessary ornamentation. Distilling the idea of an occasional table to its simplest form, Baughman’s cylindrical design draws you in with its smoothness and warmth. The quality construction includes edges that are welded, ground and polished by hand until there is a perfect transition from the side to the top. Leveling floor glides compensate for uneven surfaces. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Drum Side Table
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    Milo Baughman Drum Side Table
    “Furniture that is too obviously designed,” said Milo Baughman, “is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums.” While we could certainly see his Drum Side Table (1970s) in a museum, it would earn its place there for its simplicity and lack of unnecessary ornamentation. Distilling the idea of an occasional table to its simplest form, Baughman’s cylindrical design draws you in with its smoothness and warmth. The quality construction includes edges that are welded, ground and polished by hand until there is a perfect transition from the side to the top. Leveling floor glides compensate for uneven surfaces. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cal. King Bed in Leather, Oak
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cal. King Bed in Leather, Oak
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Niels Diffrient Liberty Task Chair
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    Niels Diffrient Liberty Task Chair
    In the manufacture of the Liberty Chair (2005) from Humanscale, 54% of theare recycled and 93% are recyclable. In addition to exceeding a variety of environmental standards, Liberty provides next generation seating, meaning perfect support, without external knobs or levers. To create this acclaimed chair, Niels Diffrient developed a tri-panel construction method similar to the way a tailor uses three panels of material to create a custom shirt. This inspired approach turns breathable, form-sensing mesh into body-fitting contours for lumbar support. And because this mesh displaces, rather than stretches, no external devices are necessary for a self-adjusting, customized fit. The innovative Technogel seat is designed to match body contours for long-term comfort. Diffrient recently added a height-adjustable feature to the Technogel-covered arms for increased ergonomic benefits. As users spontaneously change positions throughout the day, a patented counterbalance mechanism automatically provides the right amount of recline tension. Made in U.S.A. For big shots who leave small footprints, Liberty is 54% recycled, 93% recyclable and 100% comfortable.
  • Philippe Starck One More Barstool
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    Philippe Starck One More Barstool
    Ten years after designing his iconic Louis Ghost Chair, Philippe Starck added the One More Barstool (2012) to the collection. “If you want to sip a drink at the bar in peace and quiet, you need a comfortable tall stool with a back to lean against,” says Starck. “Sometimes one drink is not enough, and you need ‘One More’... and sometimes ‘One more, please.’” Sleek and sturdy, the first Ghost presented a significant manufacturing challenge for Kartell. Crafted from a single piece of injection-molded polycarbonate, the medallion back could be created thanks only to Kartell’s accumulated knowledge, built over years of innovation in plastics manufacturing. The result is a robust collection with a medallion backrest for leisurely comfort. Discussing the design of the collection with The Dallas Morning News , Starck commented that it “has a mix ofand styles based on our shared memories. We all own this piece in a way. The chair is well balanced; I try to be balanced myself.” One More Barstool is suitable for indoor and outdoor use in residential and commercial settings. Made in Italy.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cal. King Bed in Leather, Walnut
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cal. King Bed in Leather, Walnut
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman 1188 Chair in Leather
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    Milo Baughman 1188 Chair in Leather
    The 1188 Chair (1968) was Milo Baughman’s favorite chair and the one with which he chose to furnish the home of business partner and friend Thayer Coggin. Given that the Coggin family could have picked any dining chair in the company’s inventory, the 1188 is something special indeed. Baughman and Coggin met in 1953 and formed a powerful partnership that lasted for five decades. The North Carolina-based company is still the exclusive manufacturer of Baughman furniture to this day. The designer’s work was included in High Styles: Twentieth Century American Design at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1985. Baughman was inducted into the Furniture Design Hall of Fame in 1987. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Walnut Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Walnut Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Marcel Breuer Laccio Table, Small
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    Marcel Breuer Laccio Table, Small
    In the 1920s, Marcel Breuer began to experiment with tubular steel, creating some of the most influential furniture to come out of the Bauhaus. Spurred by Breuer's design of a low table to accompany the Wassily Chair, the very simple, very clever multipurpose Laccio (1924) nesting tables exhibit his rationalist aesthetic and accomplished technique. The construction is extremely stable; theare of exceptional quality. The cool beauty of the chromed, seamless steel and satin-finish lacquer top will not diminish with use or time. Each table has an individual number for identification and authenticity. The KnollStudio logo and Marcel Breuer's signature are stamped into the base of the tables. The Laccio tables are a registered trademark of Knoll, Inc. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Right, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Right, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A. The layout of this sectional, as seen when you are facing it, is three seats on the right and two seats on the left.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Sofa in Leather, Stainless Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Sofa in Leather, Stainless Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Under-Bed Storage
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Under-Bed Storage
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Sofa in Leather, Walnut Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Sofa in Leather, Walnut Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jon Gasca Malena Armchair in Basket Weave
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    Jon Gasca Malena Armchair in Basket Weave
    A reflection of Jon Gasca’s diverse expertise in industrial engineering, design and photography, his Malena Armchair (1997) boasts precision, character and detail that stand out from every angle. Malena provides excellent lumbar support with its sweeping back legs and gracefully curved rear frame. Featuring a ladder-style back design, this chair weighs less than similarly sized pieces, allowing much easier positioning than expected. Seat and back cushions follow the frame contours and are clad in soft, durable covers that remove for easy cleaning. Aluminum trim dresses all legs. The Malena Armchair has rubber casters on its front legs for mobility; two or more armchairs placed side by side create a theater seating effect. Design Within Reach is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Stua products in the U.S. Made in Spain.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Small Sectional in Leather, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Small Sectional in Leather, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Right, Stainless Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Right, Stainless Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A. The layout of this sectional, as seen when you are facing it, is three seats on the right and two seats on the left.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Right, Walnut Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Right, Walnut Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A. The layout of this sectional, as seen when you are facing it, is three seats on the right and two seats on the left.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Wide King Bed in Leather, Oak
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Wide King Bed in Leather, Oak
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Sofa in Leather, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Sofa in Leather, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Walnut Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Walnut Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Tall Dresser
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Tall Dresser
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Wide Cal. King Bed in Leather, Walnut
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Wide Cal. King Bed in Leather, Walnut
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Stainless Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Stainless Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cantilever Table
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Cantilever Table
    The Parallel Cantilever Table provides the convenience of a bedside table while preserving clean lines and a minimal footprint. There’s room for the clock, the book and the lamp, yet the cantilevered design allows unfettered access for the vacuum cleaner. The table is part of the Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013) designed by Jeffrey Bernett and offered with options that include standard or extra-wide headboard, fabric or leather upholstery, tall or wide dressers, under-bed storage and end tables. The Parallel Cantilever Table is designed to work only with beds in the Parallel Collection. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Stainless Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Stainless Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Small Sectional in Leather, Walnut Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Small Sectional in Leather, Walnut Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Left, Walnut Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Left, Walnut Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A. The layout of this sectional, as seen when you are facing it, is three seats on the left and two seats on the right.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Left, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Left, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A. The layout of this sectional, as seen when you are facing it, is three seats on the left and two seats on the right.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Small Sectional in Leather, Stainless Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Small Sectional in Leather, Stainless Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Left, Stainless Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Large Sectional in Leather, Left, Stainless Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A. The layout of this sectional, as seen when you are facing it, is three seats on the left and two seats on the right.
  • Jon Gasca Malena Sofa in Basket Weave
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    Jon Gasca Malena Sofa in Basket Weave
    A reflection of Jon Gasca’s diverse expertise in industrial engineering, design and photography, his Malena Sofa (2002) boasts precision, character and detail that stand out from every angle. Malena provides excellent lumbar support with its sweeping back legs and gracefully curved rear frame. Featuring a ladder-style back design, this sofa weighs less than similarly sized pieces, allowing much easier positioning than expected. Seat and back cushions follow the frame contours and are clad in soft, durable covers that remove for easy cleaning. Aluminum trim dresses all legs. Design Within Reach is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Stua products in the U.S. Made in Spain.
  • Mogens Koch MK99200 Folding Chair
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    Mogens Koch MK99200 Folding Chair
    Mogens Koch studied architecture under the renowned Kaare Klint – one of the forefathers of modern Danish furniture design – at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, later serving as a professor there for 18 years. As an architect, he worked with houses, monuments, furniture, textiles and much more. His furniture designs are some of the most elegant and important examples of Danish modern with respect to their clean lines and superb craftsmanship. His MK99200 (1932) is no exception, successfully balancing form and function. A tribute to the classic director’s chair, it’s comfortable and practical, with simple collapsible construction that allows easy storage when not in use. MK99200 has exceptionally smooth folding action thanks to its precision-mounted brass rings on all four legs and brass hardware, which help it lend an air of understated dignity to any room. Made in Denmark.
  • Finn Juhl Credenza
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    Finn Juhl Credenza
    After studying at the famous Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and working for architect Vilhelm Lauritzen, Finn Juhl set up his own design office in 1945. Later that year, Juhl and master cabinetmaker Niels Voder, collaborators since 1937, created a buzz at the Cabinetmakers’ Guild exhibition with their expressive, sculptural pieces. In 1951, Juhl went on to make his stateside debut at the Good Design exhibit in Chicago and at MoMA in New York, and he represented Denmark in designing a meeting chamber at United Nations Headquarters. The trained architect and self-taught furniture designer drew the inspiration for his Finn Juhl Credenza (1955) from the cubist movement and Goethe’s color wheel, reflected in the piece’s simple geometric shapes and interlocking planes and its sliding doors and six trays finished in varying shades of blue lacquer. The left interior has two removable pegged shelves, the right an open compartment next to the one for the trays. Holding the walnut body, the hand-burnished steel frame with wooden feet lends the piece airiness. Ships fully assembled. Made in Denmark.
  • Enrique Delamo and Angel Martí Aura Credenza
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    Enrique Delamo and Angel Martí Aura Credenza
    With Treku since 2010, Enrique Delamo has a fashion design degree from Escuela Peris Torres, and Angel Martí holds degrees in industrial design and product design from EASD Valencia and IED Milan, respectively. Together they conceived the Aura Credenza (2011), which echoes the clean lines and craftsmanship seen in the classic designs of the Nordic masters yet has its own distinctly current feel. The raised steel base imparts the unit with a visual lightness that belies its exceptional sturdiness. Aura is finished partly in wood veneer, partly in lacquer for warmth and striking contrast. Includes three drawers along the top, an open cubby and two cabinets, each with removable shelf and cord escape. Ships fully assembled. Made in Spain.
  • Nathan Yong Line File Credenza
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    Nathan Yong Line File Credenza
    “I have always been inspired by the simple forms of turntables and entertainment units from the 1960s,” says designer Nathan Yong – a remarkable statement when you learn that Yong grew up in a wooden hut by the sea, where he and his brother made their own toys and “waited for low tides so we could pick up treasures from the shore.” Growing up with the beach as entertainment, Yong developed into a resourceful designer, whose work captivated us with its quiet elegance. At Salone del Mobile , the annual furniture fair in Milan, Yong showed us his Line Media Console, and we liked the aesthetic so much that we asked him to expand the collection. He responded with a range of versatile pieces that blur the boundaries between dining areas, living rooms and workspaces. A smart office storage option, the Line File Credenza (2012) has two louvered doors, two drawers, two open cubbies and two file drawers with leather pulls for storing letter- and legal-size hanging folders. Constructed with leveling floor glides for uneven surfaces. Made in Malaysia.
  • Tom Kelley Salt Table
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    Tom Kelley Salt Table
    An architect and designer who studied in Germany and California, Tom Kelley now lives and works in Italy. Traveling around the world for different clients, he developed a sense for the essential and important in furniture design. The Salt Table (2009) embodies his “less is more” credo with its unadorned functionality. Specifically crafted to complement the Shaker-style Salt Chair, mimicking its profile and finish, this piece serves well in tight quarters due to its compact size and manageable weight. Ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in the Czech Republic.
  • Alexander Begge Casalino Chair
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    Alexander Begge Casalino Chair
    Alexander Begge, born in 1941, designed only one collection before abandoning his career in design. “Not a single drawing I made,” he recounts while describing the process that led to his Casalino Chair (1971). “I had this image of a wisp of fog, and elaborated on that. It brought so much joy, I was in a glow.” In the year it was designed, the Casalino Chair won the Good Industrial Form award at the Hanover Fair in Germany. Popular in the ’70s but forgotten in the ’80s, Casalino has returned. After deciding to reintroduce it, the company Casala searched for the original molds and found them at a depot in Antalya, Turkey. Casalino was brought back into production in 2007 and once again made available in the U.S. by DWR in early 2013. This elegant yet robust cantilevered chair features a flowing shape with no sharp corners. Lightweight, stackable and easy to clean, Casalino works well in a variety of indoor spaces. It’s constructed of impact-resistant polypropylene with a padded fabric seat for durability and comfort. Made in Germany.
  • Nathan Yong Line File Pedestal
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    Nathan Yong Line File Pedestal
    “I have always been inspired by the simple forms of turntables and entertainment units from the 1960s,” says designer Nathan Yong – a remarkable statement when you learn that Yong grew up in a wooden hut by the sea, where he and his brother made their own toys and “waited for low tides so we could pick up treasures from the shore.” Growing up with the beach as entertainment, Yong developed into a resourceful designer, whose work captivated us with its quiet elegance. At Salone del Mobile , the annual furniture fair in Milan, Yong showed us his Line Media Console, and we liked the aesthetic so much that we asked him to expand the collection. He responded with a range of versatile pieces that blur the boundaries between dining areas, living rooms and workspaces. A smart office storage option, the Line File Pedestal (2012) has a louvered drawer with compartment tray for stationery and supplies and a louvered file drawer for storing letter- and legal-size hanging folders. Fitted with locking casters for mobility and stability. Made in Malaysia.
  • Chris Hardy Helix Side Table
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    Chris Hardy Helix Side Table
    Atlanta-based industrial designer Chris Hardy, who made his design debut at Salone del Mobile in 2011, created the sculptural Helix Coffee Table (2012) for DWR. He gave it an odd number of legs and positioned the brass castings to radiate out from the center, resulting in a distinctive asymmetrical form that looks different from every angle. “For Helix, I was inspired by the challenge of personalization in the modern world, and the increasing desire that we have to own objects that match our own styles and philosophies – in the way that art does,” explains Hardy. Made by hand, the cast brass base has a natural finish that’s soft and not highly polished; minor pitting and irregularities in the brass are typical of the casting process and are not defects. Thick and durable, the annealed glass tabletop is slowly cooled in a kiln to relieve internal stresses after it’s formed. Leveling glides adjust for uneven floors. Simple assembly required; no tools necessary. Base made in India; tabletop made in U.S.A.
  • Giulio Lazzotti Quovis Credenza
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    Giulio Lazzotti Quovis Credenza
    For more than 30 years, Giulio Lazzotti has maintained a diverse practice encompassing architecture, interior design and furniture design. He received the Torre Guinigi prize for his design for the historical center of Pietrasanta, Italy, and he is internationally recognized for his work in marble – so much so that he often teaches at the Academy of Art in Carrara, Italy (home to the famous white carrara marble quarries). When he designed our Quovis Collection, developed with an Italian restaurant equipment manufacturer, he set the standard for quality stainless steel utility furniture. The Quovis Credenza (2001) provides valuable concealed storage space, and includes one adjustable shelf and two sliding doors that move along an upper track. The Credenza has shelf intervals of 2.25" and integrated finger-pull doors. Designed with a sound-dampening solid substrate, the Credenza avoids the rattling and clanging of lesser-quality steel furniture. Easy to clean and maintain, the Credenza is rust resistant and constructed to endure years of use. Made in Italy.
  • Enrique Delamo and Angel Martí Aura Media Unit
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    Enrique Delamo and Angel Martí Aura Media Unit
    With Treku since 2010, Enrique Delamo has a fashion design degree from Escuela Peris Torres, and Angel Martí holds degrees in industrial design and product design from EASD Valencia and IED Milan, respectively. Together they conceived the Aura Media Unit (2011), which echoes the clean lines and craftsmanship seen in the classic designs of the Nordic masters yet has its own distinctly current feel. The raised steel base imparts the unit with a visual lightness that belies its exceptional sturdiness. Aura is finished partly in wood veneer, partly in lacquer for warmth and striking contrast. Includes two drawers on the left, a grid-style cubby with two cord escapes and a cabinet with removable shelf and cord escape. Ships fully assembled. Made in Spain.
  • Lars Beller Fjetland Drifted Stool
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    Lars Beller Fjetland Drifted Stool
    Graduate of the Bergen National Academy of the Arts and winner of the 2013 New Designers Award from Elle Decoration , Lars Beller Fjetland continues to nurture his lifelong fascination for the marriage of function with the finest naturalin furniture, interiors and lighting. His endeavors range from collaborations with graphic designers to sculptural experiments with form. One such experiment, the Drifted Counter Stool (2012), reflects the influence of nature on Fjentland’s work. While walking along the water’s edge in Øygarden, Norway, outside of Bergen, “I became aware of all the variedand objects that had floated ashore,” says Fjentland. Among them were driftwood and cork bleached and scoured by the ocean, the inspirations that “set the basis for the stool.” Drifted features a cork seat and a lightweight ash frame for comfort, mobility and durability. The water-repellant seat puts spill-prone guests at ease in the kitchen or bar. Made in Italy.
  • Arne Jacobsen Swan Chair in Milani Fabric
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    Arne Jacobsen Swan Chair in Milani Fabric
    Before the Swan Chair (1958), Arne Jacobsen’s architecture and designs were shaped by an assumption of’ natural ways of resisting. In other words, he could make them go only so far in becoming the structures he desired. With new technologies, however, the old rules no longer applied, and he was able to shape fluid curves and single-piece molded shells. The Swan Chair is now made from polyurethane foam, but at the time, Jacobsen used Styropore® to create its continuous shape. Designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, for which Jacobsen was the architect, the chair permitted guests to spin on its swivel base, thus becoming active participants in the busy hotel atmosphere. A single upholsterer hand-sews the fabric onto the frame of Swan. Original design and licensed manufacture by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Made in Poland.
  • Niels Diffrient Freedom® Task Chair with Headrest in Vicenza Leather
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    Niels Diffrient Freedom® Task Chair with Headrest in Vicenza Leather
    Niels Diffrient's Freedom Chair (1999) was a breakthrough in ergonomic task seating. With a height-adjustable headrest, the headrest version offers customized support for the head, allowing for proper eye-level positioning when working long hours at a computer station. The Freedom Chair is designed to fit almost all body types. The seat depth is adjustable to properly support the seat and thighs, while the adjustable back support helps keep the lumbar region of the body in line. Often, ergonomic chairs are likely to be improperly positioned, resulting in the creation of more problems than they solve. The Freedom Chair is simpler than other chairs, eliminating many manual adjustments and creating instead a system of internal mechanisms that respond to the user's needs. A unique counterbalancing tilt mechanism self-adjusts according to the user's weight and movement, thus eliminating the need for manual fixes. In addition, the chair and seatback can be easily raised or lowered, and the seat itself moves forward or back. Any adjustments can be easily made while the user is seated for accurate positioning. Because of a natural lift-and-release action, the armrests are effortlessly repositioned in tandem depending on the task at hand. The seat cushion provides excellent shock absorption and weight distribution for unmatched comfort. Made in U.S.A. For big shots who leave small footprints, Freedom is 62% recycled, 90% recyclable and 100% comfortable.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Mantis Desk
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    Samuel Wilkinson Mantis Desk
    While earning a degree in furniture and related product design from Ravensbourne in London, Samuel Wilkinson won several design awards, including a coveted RSA Award. After graduating in 2002, he went on to work for several years as a design consultant for leading clients such as Audi, Samsung and Virgin Airways, then opened his own design studio in 2007. He finished his largest work in 2008, co-designing l’Arbre de Flonville in Lausanne, Switzerland – a captivating, sprawling structure designed to help regenerate the surrounding Flon neighborhood. It consists of a contemporary town square with a large metal tree at its center, surrounded by steel seating fashioned to resemble tree roots. While l’Arbre is clever in its simple mimicry of organic form, Wilkinson’s Mantis Desk (2011) is no less so in its ability to satisfy different needs and spaces without being overwrought, keeping your work area tidy in the process. The solid ash top has a removable plate that allows easy access to a discreet cable management system, with a drawer mounted underneath that holds everything from a laptop to office supplies. A large flat panel doubles as a note board and privacy screen, and a double bookend keeps reading material accessible yet out of the way. Desk ships flat; simple assembly required. Made in Lithuania.
  • Piero Lissoni Audrey Armchair, Set of 2
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    Piero Lissoni Audrey Armchair, Set of 2
    The prolific architect and designer Piero Lissoni is based in Milan and operates a satellite office in New York. After opening his studio in 1986, he worked on his first project for Boffi, and his client list quickly grew to include Alessi, Artemide and Kartell. He later delved into architecture, building a portfolio that includes hotels, corporate headquarters and private homes around the world. From structures to furniture to accessories, Lissoni works magic with simple, clean lines. He strives to create buildings and interior furnishings “that are clean and more or less silent.” His latest chair was named after Audrey Hepburn because, like the actress, it has a slim and elegant silhouette. It took him five years to design the Audrey Chair (2011), and in the process he helped Kartell develop a new method of robotic production. “For me, design means industrial,” says Lissoni, “but I’m also connected with human beings.” Built to withstand the elements, Audrey’s die-cast aluminum two-part frame is made without welds. The rattan-like seat and back are made from durable plastic with an open-weave structure that helps keep you comfortable by permitting air circulation. This sleek streamlined chair can go anywhere, from indoors to out, residential to commercial. Made in Italy.
  • Eero Saarinen Saarinen Executive Side Chair with Metal Legs in Leather
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    Eero Saarinen Saarinen Executive Side Chair with Metal Legs in Leather
    The design of Eero Saarinen's Executive Side Chair (1946) began more than a decade earlier, when he and Charles Eames submitted several designs to the Organic Design in Home Furnishings competition at the MoMA. The pair, who'd been friends and collaborators since meeting at Cranbrook Academy of Art, won first prize. These fluid, sculptural shapes influenced the future work of both men; for Saarinen, most notably in his Womb, Tulip and Executive chairs. The Executive was originally made of fiberglass but was later updated in polyurethane to take advantage of the technical advances in plastics. The feel of this classic seat, however, remains unchanged. The molded shell flexes slightly with the sitter and the contoured plywood seat supported by metal or wood legs. Unlike Saarinen's furniture, which was consistently sculptural in form, these fluid lines didn't appear in his architecture until the 1950s. When looking at the dome-shaped glass wall of the Kresge Auditorium at MIT, it's not a big leap to see the same shape in the back of his Executive Chair. This chair is Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certified; for its use of low-emitting products. Manufactured by Knoll® according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in U.S.A.
  • Niels Diffrient Freedom Task Chair - Vicenza Leather
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    Niels Diffrient Freedom Task Chair - Vicenza Leather
    Niels Diffrient's Freedom Chair (1999) was a breakthrough in ergonomic task seating. Often, ergonomic chairs are likely to be improperly positioned, resulting in the creation of more problems than they solve. The Freedom Chair is simpler than other chairs, eliminating many manual adjustments and creating instead a system of internal mechanisms that respond to the user's needs. A unique counterbalancing tilt mechanism self-adjusts according to the user's weight and movement, thus eliminating the need for manual fixes. Any adjustments can be easily made while the user is seated for accurate positioning. The seat cushion provides excellent shock absorption and weight distribution for unmatched comfort. Spinneybeck Vicenza, a lightly corrected aniline-dyed leather with a breathable protective finish, ensures great durability. The Freedom Chair was awarded the 2002 National Design Award from the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt Museum. Made in U.S.A. For big shots who leave small footprints, Freedom is 62% recycled, 90% recyclable and 100% comfortable.
  • Niels Diffrient Freedom® Saddle Seat in Vicenza Leather
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    Niels Diffrient Freedom® Saddle Seat in Vicenza Leather
    Niels Diffrient's Freedom Saddle Seat (1999) uses the same principles andas his Freedom Chair but has a more compact footprint. The saddle features a height-adjustable pneumatic cylinder to accommodate a wide range of users and tasks. The triangular cushion allows the users to sit in an ergonomic "saddle" posture with thighs lowered, hips loose and the spine in a healthy curve. This position reduces pressure points and puts users closer to their work. Spinneybeck Vicenza, a lightly corrected aniline-dyed leather with a breathable protective finish, ensures great durability. Made in U.S.A.
  • Piero Lissoni Audrey Side Chair, Set of 2
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    Piero Lissoni Audrey Side Chair, Set of 2
    The prolific architect and designer Piero Lissoni is based in Milan and operates a satellite office in New York. After opening his studio in 1986, he worked on his first project for Boffi, and his client list quickly grew to include Alessi, Artemide and Kartell. He later delved into architecture, building a portfolio that includes hotels, corporate headquarters and private homes around the world. From structures to furniture to accessories, Lissoni works magic with simple, clean lines. He strives to create buildings and interior furnishings “that are clean and more or less silent.” His latest chair was named after Audrey Hepburn because, like the actress, it has a slim and elegant silhouette. It took him five years to design the Audrey Chair (2011), and in the process he helped Kartell develop a new method of robotic production. “For me, design means industrial,” says Lissoni, “but I’m also connected with human beings.” Built to withstand the elements, Audrey’s die-cast aluminum two-part frame is made without welds. The rattan-like seat and back are made from durable plastic with an open-weave structure that helps keep you comfortable by permitting air circulation. This sleek streamlined chair can go anywhere, from indoors to out, residential to commercial. Made in Italy. To see more of our top pinned items, click here.
  • Ole Wanscher Colonial Footstool
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    Ole Wanscher Colonial Footstool
    Impossibly thin Danish oiled oak combines with handwoven cane and luxurious aniline leather in the Colonial Chair and Footstool (1949) – Ole Wanscher’s most famous and enduring design. Defying gravity through masterful construction, with a compelling material contrast, its name honors the Danish designer’s fascination with English furnishings from the 1700s. A slightly more conservative strand of Danish modern than we see from masters like Finn Juhl and Hans Wegner, Wanscher’s work reflects his scholarly nature: He served as professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture (his alma mater) from 1955 to 1973. Designed in 1949, the Colonial wasn’t put into production until the mid-1950s, when Wanscher stumbled on a collaboration with PJ Furniture through Mobilia magazine editor, Gunnar Bratvold. (Carl Hansen & Son acquired the right to produce the Colonial Chair and Footstool in 2012.) Wanscher gained a good deal of notoriety in Denmark in the ’50s and ’60s. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken declared, “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and will be so even several hundred years from now, for this is how long it lasts.” Made in Denmark.
  • Hans J. Wegner Ladderback Chair
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    Hans J. Wegner Ladderback Chair
    Hans Wegner’s Ladderback Chair (1966), with its fine joinery and exquisite form, demonstrates the Danish modern innovator’s roots as a cabinetmaker. Shaker-inspired, it features visible joints between the foreleg and the armrest, which help make the chair extremely strong. The hand-woven paper cord seat provides a compelling material contrast to the solid oak frame on this intuitively ergonomic chair that can be used for reading or as a statement piece. A fine example of Wegner’s trademark organic functionalism, the Ladderback combines the warmth of natural wood with the clean, minimal lines of midcentury modernism. One of Wegner’s more than 400 chair creations, it has a timeless shape that hasn’t aged a bit since its conception in 1966. Made in Denmark.
  • Anderssen and Voll Rest Pouf
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    Anderssen and Voll Rest Pouf
    Espen Voll and Torbjørn Anderssen began working together in 2000 and established their latest studio in 2009 after collaborating on several successful international exhibitions. With a portfolio of work that includes textiles, objects and furniture, among other things, the men believe that “young Nordic designers are ‘born’ global but at the same time have a strong cultural heritage,” and they say that this is the reason why there is so much inspiring work being created by young Scandinavian designers. “A good product builds and expands on tradition,” says Voll, “but at the same time it breaks with tradition.” In creating their Rest Sofa and Pouf (2011), the designers played with the contrast between defined areas like the back and soft areas like the cushions. The feather-filled cushions have an interior of cold foam, a material they chose because of how it rises back to shape after you sit on it. The inviting results have a warm appearance with subtle architectural lines. Cushion covers are removable for cleaning. Each ships with legs unattached; simple assembly required. Made in Slovakia.
  • Hans J. Wegner CH53 Stool
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    Hans J. Wegner CH53 Stool
    Though he’s renowned as “chair-maker of chair-makers,” Danish designer Hans Wegner’s stools are not to be ignored. The CH53 Stool (1966), handmade from solid oak and woven paper cord, embodies the warmth and minimalism of Wegner’s trademark organic functionalism. Suitable for a wide variety of uses, it’s tall enough to be used around a dining table and flexible enough for the living room, front hall or bedroom. Its look and feel complement other Wegner pieces such as the CH33, Elbow and Wishbone chairs. Made in Denmark.
  • Philippe Starck Louis Ghost Chair, Set of 2
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    Philippe Starck Louis Ghost Chair, Set of 2
    Who else but Philippe Starck would dare mess with a king? Reinventing the classic Louis XVI armchair for Kartell, the playful Louis Ghost Armchair (2002) is a postmodern triumph of technical innovation and historical style. Translating the varied lines and formal geometry of its predecessor into a single form of injection-molded polycarbonate, the Louis Ghost is a robust chair with a medallion backrest for leisurely comfort. When interviewed about the collection by the Dallas Morning News, Starck commented that it “has a mix ofand styles based on our shared memories. We all own this piece in a way. The chair is well balanced; I try to be balanced myself.” Suitable for indoor and outdoor use in residential and commercial settings. Stacks six high. Made in Italy. Sold as a Set of 2.
  • George Nelson Nelson Pedestal Stool
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    George Nelson Nelson Pedestal Stool
    Director of design at Herman Miller from 1946 to 1972, George Nelson helped make the company what it is today. He not only recruited influential designers Charles and Ray Eames and Isamu Noguchi but also created a portfolio of work that helped shape and grow modern design. His Pedestal Stool (1954) fits very well in casual spaces that require easy-to-rearrange seating. It features the clean lines and elegant simplicity typical of Nelson, with an upholstered seat pad that echoes Nelson’s iconic Marshmallow Sofa and the same sculptural white aluminum base as Nelson pedestal tables, its siblings. Designed to be functional yet unobtrusive, this stool is small enough to store in a closet when not in use. Eco-friendly as it is sightly, its polyester upholstery is devoid of antimony, a known industrial pollutant. Mix and match colors to liven up living spaces, or stick to one hue for bold uniformity. Self-leveling glides adjust to uneven floor surfaces. This original is an authentic product of Herman Miller, Inc. Nelson is a trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A.
  • Alan Heller ErgoErgo Stool
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    Alan Heller ErgoErgo Stool
    Alan Heller knows design innovation – through his company Heller, he has collaborated with the likes of Frank Gehry, Massimo Vignelli and Mario Bellini to create some of the most recognizable examples of classic plastic seating and accessories. With his patented ErgoErgo (2009), Heller figured out how to improve upon the near-ubiquitous exercise ball. For years, exercise balls have been used as seating for those with back pain, pregnant women or anyone who could benefit from a straight spine and stronger core (aka, pretty much everyone). Heller has taken this sporty design and improved it for the modern-minded: More stable than a ball, ErgoErgo allows for greater fluidity of motion, doesn’t deflate or roll away and doesn’t collect detritus like hair or dust off the floor. Plus, it just looks better. Compact, lightweight and portable, ErgoErgo can be found in homes, offices, conference rooms, classrooms, lobbies and restaurants. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Made by ErgoErgo, Inc. in U.S.A. The ErgoErgo allows you to rock gently in any direction, building strength and flexibility in the process. Studies have shown that making small movements while seated will stimulate circulation, send oxygen to the brain and improve concentration.
  • Niko Kralj Rex Folding Lounge Chair
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    Niko Kralj Rex Folding Lounge Chair
    The Rex (“king” in Latin) is named for its designer, Niko Kralj, whose last name translates to “king” in Slovenian. A key figure in postwar industrial design, Kralj endured a tragic childhood – losing his father when he was 16, then being imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps along with his mother and siblings – that left him the only survivor of his family by age 21. Kralj responded to these heartbreaks by passionately pursuing his love of design, earning a degree in architecture and finding a job at Slovenia’s largest bentwood factory, Stol Kamnik. It was there that Kralj established a department of development and design, the first of its kind in the former Yugoslavia. An innovator in many fields, Kralj registered 118 patents in his lifetime, including one for his Rex Folding Chair (1952). One of the greatest examples of Slovenian industrial design, the Rex Chair put Kralj and his country on the international stage. In 1962, Kralj’s achievements in architecture and design earned him a Prešeren Award, the highest Slovenian award for culture, awarded to only a few artists annually. The Rex Chair is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is an authentic Rex chair, produced under license from the Kralj estate. Made in Slovenia.
  • Nathan Yong Line Console
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    Nathan Yong Line Console
    “I have always been inspired by the simple forms of turntables and entertainment units from the 1960s,” says designer Nathan Yong – a remarkable statement when you learn that Yong grew up in a wooden hut by the sea, where he and his brother made their own toys and “waited for low tides so we could pick up treasures from the shore.” Growing up with the beach as entertainment, Yong developed into a resourceful designer, whose work captivated us with its quiet elegance. At Salone del Mobile , the annual furniture fair in Milan, Yong showed us his Line Media Console, and we liked the aesthetic so much that we asked him to expand the collection. A versatile storage solution, the Line Console (2012) has two louvered doors, six cubbies and two drawers with leather pulls. The louvered design also serves a functional purpose, allowing infrared light to reach remote-controlled devices stored inside. This piece can be used in an entryway for storage or in a bedroom opposite an elevated bed as a base for a flat-screen TV. Constructed with leveling floor glides for uneven surfaces. Made in Malaysia.
  • Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Raleigh Armchair in Leather
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    Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Raleigh Armchair in Leather
    Raleigh (2009) is a comfortable, modern collection that draws from mid-century Danish design. Wrapping around the back of this Sofa is a solid walnut frame (be sure to click on Additional Views to see it) that brings visual lightness and satisfying aesthetic tension to the design. There's also a very functional reason for the way that this frame triangulates to the back of the Sofa. Namely, that it permits a gracefully canted and ergonomic seatback while still solidly supporting you as you relax and unwind. DWR Design Studio chose to work with Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk on this project because of the importance they place on people – how they move, interact, live, and most of all, sit. Made in U.S.A. Best of Year! The Raleigh Collection received Interior Design magazine's top honor for 2010 in the residential lounge category. The angled, high back comfortably supports your upper body. Visible from the side and back, this Sofa is cradled in a solid walnut frame. Down-blend filled back cushions have removable covers for cleaning.
  • Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Small
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    Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Small
    Formerly of Studio/Louise Campbell, Scandinavian designer Thomas Bentzen established his own studio in 2010. He is a co-founder of the design collective Remove and has exhibited his products all over the world. “I like to create objects that are functional and simple and meet the human need while in use – and simply create joy while not,” he says. The Around Table (2011) reflects that aesthetic with its practical yet elegant design. The shape and frame give the table a warm and welcoming appearance, and the raised lip around the top keeps items from falling off the edge. The small opening in this bentwood edge is for power cords or, as Peter Bonnén of Muuto likes to joke, “If you spill your wine, you can pour it back into the glass.” Available in three finishes: oak veneer, black lacquer or yellow lacquer. Mix and match sizes and colors to create interesting arrangements. Made in Denmark.
  • Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Raleigh Sofa in Leather
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    Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Raleigh Sofa in Leather
    Raleigh (2009) is a comfortable, modern collection that draws from mid-century Danish design. Wrapping around the back of this Sofa is a solid walnut frame (be sure to click on Additional Views to see it) that brings visual lightness and satisfying aesthetic tension to the design. There's also a very functional reason for the way that this frame triangulates to the back of the Sofa. Namely, that it permits a gracefully canted and ergonomic seatback while still solidly supporting you as you relax and unwind. DWR Design Studio chose to work with Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk on this project because of the importance they place on people – how they move, interact, live, and most of all, sit. Made in U.S.A. Best of Year! The Raleigh Collection received Interior Design magazine's top honor for 2010 in the residential lounge category. The angled, high back comfortably supports your upper body. Visible from the side and back, this Sofa is cradled in a solid walnut frame. Down-blend filled back cushions have removable covers for cleaning.
  • Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Large
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    Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Large
    Formerly of Studio/Louise Campbell, Scandinavian designer Thomas Bentzen established his own studio in 2010. He is a co-founder of the design collective Remove and has exhibited his products all over the world. “I like to create objects that are functional and simple and meet the human need while in use – and simply create joy while not,” he says. The Around Table (2011) reflects that aesthetic with its practical yet elegant design. The shape and frame give the table a warm and welcoming appearance, and the raised lip around the top keeps items from falling off the edge. The small opening in this bentwood edge is for power cords or, as Peter Bonnén of Muuto likes to joke, “If you spill your wine, you can pour it back into the glass.” Available in three finishes: oak veneer, black lacquer or yellow lacquer. Mix and match sizes and colors to create interesting arrangements. Made in Denmark.
  • Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Barcelona® Stool
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    Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Barcelona® Stool
    Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Chair and Stool (1929), originally created to furnish his German Pavilion at the International Exhibition in Barcelona, have come to epitomize modern design. Mies van der Rohe designed the chair to serve as seating for the king and queen of Spain, while the stool was intended to accommodate their attendants. Still produced to his original specifications, Barcelona is of quality fit for royalty. The cushions – welting and buttons included – come from a single Spinneybeck® Volo cowhide and are supported by cowhide belting straps, dyed to match the color of the stool. To create the deep, precise tufting, individual panels of leather are cut, hand welted and hand tufted. The chromed-steel frame is hand buffed to mirror-like perfection. The Barcelona Stool is a registered trademark of Knoll®, Inc., manufactured by Knoll; according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in U.S.A. Get it fast: Volo Leather Black and Ivory are in stock and ready to ship.
  • Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Raleigh Two-Seater Sofa in Leather
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    Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Raleigh Two-Seater Sofa in Leather
    Raleigh (2009) is a comfortable, modern collection that draws from mid-century Danish design. Wrapping around the back of this Sofa is a solid walnut frame (be sure to click on Additional Views to see it) that brings visual lightness and satisfying aesthetic tension to the design. There's also a very functional reason for the way that this frame triangulates to the back of the Sofa. Namely, that it permits a gracefully canted and ergonomic seatback while still solidly supporting you as you relax and unwind. DWR Design Studio chose to work with Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk on this project because of the importance they place on people – how they move, interact, live, and most of all, sit. Made in U.S.A. Best of Year! The Raleigh Collection received Interior Design magazine's top honor for 2010 in the residential lounge category. The angled, high back comfortably supports your upper body. Visible from the side and back, this Sofa is cradled in a solid walnut frame. Down-blend filled back cushions have removable covers for cleaning.
  • Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid Armchair in Ultrasuede®
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    Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid Armchair in Ultrasuede®
    Not just for sitting, the Reid Collection (2007) invites you to watch movies, take a nap or surf on a laptop. Maximizing the enjoyment of downtime is something Jeffrey Bernett is passionate about since he spends a fair bit of his free time doing extreme sports, and he held nothing back when creating Reid with design partner Nicholas Dodziuk. Unlike armchairs where you sit "on top" of the cushion, the experience of Reid is more of a "relaxed sit" thanks to down- and feather-wrapped foam. The back cushion is filled with a soft blend of down and feathers and the wide armrests offer support from elbow to wrist. Made in U.S.A. Discreet legs further the streamlined appearance. Ultrasuede is an innovative micro-fabric that’s pet and kid friendly. In addition to being easy to care for, this modern material has a soft luster, sensuous nap and available in many colors. Reid throw pillows are available, sold separately.
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