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  • Inox Table, Round
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    Inox Table, Round
    From a Swiss company that has prided itself on producing refined outdoor offerings since its founding in 1954, Inox Tables (1989) serve well in a number of settings – courtyards to backyards, streetside to poolside and more. These durable tables are smartly designed and finished to withstand heavy use and the elements. All borrow a convenient feature from antique tilt-top tables: hinges that allow their tops to be raised into a vertical position for compact storage. The stainless steel tops are embossed with an engine-turned scallop pattern that gives them a functional and attractive texture. Die-cast solid aluminum feet provide just enough heft for stability and are equipped with leveling glides to accommodate uneven surfaces. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Assembly required. Made in Switzerland.
  • Inox Table, Extendable
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    Inox Table, Extendable
    From a Swiss company that has prided itself on producing refined outdoor offerings since its founding in 1954, Inox Tables (1989) serve well in a number of settings – courtyards to backyards, streetside to poolside and more. These durable tables are smartly designed and finished to withstand heavy use and the elements. All borrow a convenient feature from antique tilt-top tables: hinges that allow their tops to be raised into a vertical position for compact storage. The stainless steel tops are embossed with an engine-turned scallop pattern that gives them a functional and attractive texture. Die-cast solid aluminum feet provide just enough heft for stability and are equipped with leveling glides to accommodate uneven surfaces. Includes a matching expansion leaf. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Assembly required. Made in Switzerland.
  • Maya Lin Stones Seat
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    Maya Lin Stones Seat
    “At the heart of this furniture collection for Knoll is my love for the land, which can be traced back to my childhood in the rolling hills of southeastern Ohio,” says designer Maya Lin. “It goes back to a childhood fascination we all have – that moment when you discover that the Earth is round, and you walk around trying to see that curve.” Her Stones Collection (1998) includes an elliptical Seat with a slightly concave top. Please note: The Stones made of recycled polyethylene will vary in color from Stone to Stone, and may have black specs on the surface; these are not defects. Lin came to international prominence with her award-winning design for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., which she designed as an undergraduate at Yale University. Made in U.S.A. Fully finished and enclosed on top, bottom and sides. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. In 1998, Stones received the Best of NeoCon® Silver Award, and the Good Design® Award by the Chicago Athenaeum.
  • Bullet Planter - Medium
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    Bullet Planter - Medium
    The original Bullet Planters were first manufactured by several different companies in the 1950s, none of which were able to trademark design and the designer has never been identified. One version of the story goes that a man in the San Francisco Bay Area worked for a company that made the conical, molded fiberglass shapes as satellite dishes. He brought one home, and when his wife saw it, she got the idea to turn it into a planter. This has, however, never been confirmed. Regardless of its origins, the Planter today is still made from durable, compression-molded fiberglass, perched atop a tripod of powder-coated steel. Though called a planter, it can also work as an ice bucket or to hold other items. Made in U.S.A.
  • Arne Jacobsen AJ Outdoor Wall Sconce
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    Arne Jacobsen AJ Outdoor Wall Sconce
    Arne Jacobsen conceived his AJ Lighting Collection (1960) to echo the oblique angles of his Series 3300 furniture, which included the Egg™ Chair and Swan™ Chair. Like those pieces, this lighting collection was designed by Jacobsen for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, along with all its other elements – from the skyscraper structure to the stainless steel cutlery. Enjoy the Jacobsen aesthetic alfresco with his outdoor sconce, marked by its classic profile. This striking sconce employs 50 high-efficiency, long-lasting LEDs to project uniform light while saving energy and providing years of operation. UL Listed for use outdoors. Made in Denmark.
  • Frank Gehry Bench
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    Frank Gehry Bench
    Frank Gehry’s love of architecture began at the age of 8 on the floor of his grandmother’s house while he was playing with different blocks of wood. He never lost his wondrous sense of play, which informs all his work and is instantly recognizable in his Gehry Outdoor Collection (2004). Best of Show winner at Neocon 2004, it’s a result of a collaboration with Heller, who asked him simply to “create furniture as unique and beautiful as his buildings.” This weatherproof collection is characterized by sculptural monolithic forms made of rotational-molded polyethylene in striking colors inspired by Gehry’s flower sculpture for French artist Sophie Calle. Each hollow single-piece form features consistent wall thickness and stress-free outer corners for supreme resistance to breakage. All are suitable for residential and commercial use indoors and out. Made in U.S.A.
  • Poul Henningsen PH 3-2 1/2 Outdoor Wall Sconce
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    Poul Henningsen PH 3-2 1/2 Outdoor Wall Sconce
    Architect Poul Henningsen was born in 1894, grew up in a small Danish town without electricity and then built a career designing lamps. His was a world bathed in the soft glow of petroleum lamps, and Henningsen’s goal was to achieve this softness from the then-new technology of the electric bulb. By experimenting with concentric tiers of reflective metal bands and changing the size, shape and position of the shades, Henningsen was able to reduce glare and distribute light evenly. His PH 3-2 1/2 Outdoor Wall Sconce is a member of the PH 3-shade family, originally designed in 1926. The three stainless steel shades are arranged in a 3-2-1 configuration to spread reflections over a logarithmic spiral, and the matte white undersides project soft, even light throughout the surrounding area. Bulb (not included): incandescent 100W/A19/E26 or comparable CFL or LED. UL Listed for use outdoors. Made in Denmark.
  • Frank Gehry Sofa
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    Frank Gehry Sofa
    Frank Gehry’s love of architecture began at the age of 8 on the floor of his grandmother’s house while he was playing with different blocks of wood. He never lost his wondrous sense of play, which informs all his work and is instantly recognizable in his Gehry Outdoor Collection (2004). Best of Show winner at Neocon 2004, it’s a result of a collaboration with Heller, who asked him simply to “create furniture as unique and beautiful as his buildings.” This weatherproof collection is characterized by sculptural monolithic forms made of rotational-molded polyethylene in striking colors inspired by Gehry’s flower sculpture for French artist Sophie Calle. Each hollow single-piece form features consistent wall thickness and stress-free outer corners for supreme resistance to breakage. All are suitable for residential and commercial use indoors and out. Made in U.S.A.
  • Frank Gehry Easy Chair
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    Frank Gehry Easy Chair
    Frank Gehry’s love of architecture began at the age of 8 on the floor of his grandmother’s house while he was playing with different blocks of wood. He never lost his wondrous sense of play, which informs all his work and is instantly recognizable in his Gehry Outdoor Collection (2004). Best of Show winner at Neocon 2004, it’s a result of a collaboration with Heller, who asked him simply to “create furniture as unique and beautiful as his buildings.” This weatherproof collection is characterized by sculptural monolithic forms made of rotational-molded polyethylene in striking colors inspired by Gehry’s flower sculpture for French artist Sophie Calle. Each hollow single-piece form features consistent wall thickness and stress-free outer corners for supreme resistance to breakage. All are suitable for residential and commercial use indoors and out. Made in U.S.A.
  • Frank Gehry Coffee Table
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    Frank Gehry Coffee Table
    Frank Gehry’s love of architecture began at the age of 8 on the floor of his grandmother’s house while he was playing with different blocks of wood. He never lost his wondrous sense of play, which informs all his work and is instantly recognizable in his Gehry Outdoor Collection (2004). Best of Show winner at Neocon 2004, it’s a result of a collaboration with Heller, who asked him simply to “create furniture as unique and beautiful as his buildings.” This weatherproof collection is characterized by sculptural monolithic forms made of rotational-molded polyethylene in striking colors inspired by Gehry’s flower sculpture for French artist Sophie Calle. Each hollow single-piece form features consistent wall thickness and stress-free outer corners for supreme resistance to breakage. All are suitable for residential and commercial use indoors and out. Made in U.S.A.
  • Norm Architects Finn Three-Seater Sofa
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    Norm Architects Finn Three-Seater Sofa
    Danish designers Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn named their company Norm to express their dedication to “working with Danish norms and standards refined over hundreds of years,” says Bjerre-Poulsen, “rather than rejecting them in the endless search for new.” The sincerity of their approach – bypassing flashy design for good design – shows in the quality of their work. These are products that endure both physically and aesthetically. The Finn Collection (2013) they developed for Design Within Reach is directly tied to their philosophy in that it was built on a passion for details, tactility in design and creating for the need. “Norm products never crave to be anything but what they are,” says Rønn. “That is the combination of utility, purity and quiet beauty.” The teak frames can be oiled to maintain their original color or left alone to develop a beautiful silvery patina. Removable seat cushions are clad in UV-protected, mildew-resistant Sunbrella fabric to withstand the elements. Seating can be used with or without cushions. Weight capacity: 300 pounds per seating area. Made in Indonesia.
  • Norm Architects Finn Ottoman
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    Norm Architects Finn Ottoman
    Danish designers Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn named their company Norm to express their dedication to “working with Danish norms and standards refined over hundreds of years,” says Bjerre-Poulsen, “rather than rejecting them in the endless search for new.” The sincerity of their approach – bypassing flashy design for good design – shows in the quality of their work. These are products that endure both physically and aesthetically. The Finn Collection (2013) they developed for Design Within Reach is directly tied to their philosophy in that it was built on a passion for details, tactility in design and creating for the need. “Norm products never crave to be anything but what they are,” says Rønn. “That is the combination of utility, purity and quiet beauty.” The teak frames can be oiled to maintain their original color or left alone to develop a beautiful silvery patina. Removable seat cushions are clad in UV-protected, mildew-resistant Sunbrella fabric to withstand the elements. Seating can be used with or without cushions. Weight capacity: 300 pounds per seating area. Made in Indonesia.
  • Norm Architects Finn Dining Chair
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    Norm Architects Finn Dining Chair
    Danish designers Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn named their company Norm to express their dedication to “working with Danish norms and standards refined over hundreds of years,” says Bjerre-Poulsen, “rather than rejecting them in the endless search for new.” The sincerity of their approach – bypassing flashy design for good design – shows in the quality of their work. These are products that endure both physically and aesthetically. The Finn Collection (2013) they developed for Design Within Reach is directly tied to their philosophy in that it was built on a passion for details, tactility in design and creating for the need. “Norm products never crave to be anything but what they are,” says Rønn. “That is the combination of utility, purity and quiet beauty.” The teak frames can be oiled to maintain their original color or left alone to develop a beautiful silvery patina. Removable seat cushions are clad in UV-protected, mildew-resistant Sunbrella fabric to withstand the elements. Seating can be used with or without cushions. Weight capacity: 300 pounds per seating area. Made in Indonesia.
  • Norm Architects Finn Chaise
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    Norm Architects Finn Chaise
    Danish designers Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn named their company Norm to express their dedication to “working with Danish norms and standards refined over hundreds of years,” says Bjerre-Poulsen, “rather than rejecting them in the endless search for new.” The sincerity of their approach – bypassing flashy design for good design – shows in the quality of their work. These are products that endure both physically and aesthetically. The Finn Collection (2013) they developed for Design Within Reach is directly tied to their philosophy in that it was built on a passion for details, tactility in design and creating for the need. “Norm products never crave to be anything but what they are,” says Rønn. “That is the combination of utility, purity and quiet beauty.” The teak frames can be oiled to maintain their original color or left alone to develop a beautiful silvery patina. Removable seat cushions are clad in UV-protected, mildew-resistant Sunbrella fabric to withstand the elements. Seating can be used with or without cushions. Weight capacity: 300 pounds per seating area. Made in Indonesia.
  • Angela Adams Arlo Outdoor Rug
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    Angela Adams Arlo Outdoor Rug
    When asked where she’d most like to see her rugs, Angela Adams replied, “Public schools, even if they were on the walls. My hope is the children would get inspired and realize that you can take simple doodles and create a whole language and career out of it.” Adams’ “language” echoes the natural beauty of the Maine coastline, where the designer grew up and still lives. Within her doodles are images inspired by old boathouses with freshly painted lobster buoys hanging on clotheslines over piles of multicolored ropes. Adams sees these scenes every day as she walks next to the Atlantic Ocean on her way to and from work. Her palette, she says, changes every hour as fog and tides ebb and flow. The tight community in which Adams lives also inspires her work, and her indoor-outdoor Arlo Rug (2013) is named for a Beagle she knows who, like this rug, is “understated, minimal and confident.” Made of UV-stable polypropylene, the Arlo Rug will stand up to sunlight, stains, moisture and mildew. A rug pad is recommended to keep the rug in place; an outdoor rug pad will help the rug dry quickly when used outside. Made in Belgium.
  • Richard Neutra Neutra House Numbers in Black
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    Richard Neutra Neutra House Numbers in Black
    In 2008, we worked with Dion Neutra to produce the Neutra House Numbers true to the 1930s originals in exacting detail. His father, architect Richard Neutra, specified these numbers for use on the mid-century buildings he designed. Richard Neutra's many notable projects include the Kaufmann House (1947) in Palm Springs, the Lovell Health House (1929) in Los Angeles, and the Kronish House (1955) in Beverly Hills - the subject of a fierce preservation debate in 2011, and the fate of which is still unknown. Precision crafted in weather- and corrosion-resistant aluminum, each number weighs half a pound and installs without visible hardware. Designed for visibility, these numbers float approximately .75" off the wall and cast subtle shadows. Each number comes with mounting hardware, extensive installation instructions and a full-scale drilling template that eliminates any guesswork during installation. Made in China.
  • Niels Hvass Cutter Bench
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    Niels Hvass Cutter Bench
    In the 1990s, Danish designer Niels Hvass became a leader in the Nordic design scene by creating furniture that earned him awards and recognitions from Bo Bedre, Georg Jensen and The Design Foundation. He designed his teak Cutter Collection to challenge overly nostalgic wooden outdoor furnishings, bringing elegance and simplicity to outdoor spaces, as well as interior ones. Originally intended for gardens and patios, the Cutter Bench (2008) is also fitting for kitchens and bathrooms. This piece features specially engineered mortise-and-tenon joints and metal rail inlays for durability. Like all teak products, it will develop a rich, silvery patina over time, or it can be treated with teak oil to maintain its original luster. Made in Thailand. Add the optional Cutter Box underneath for storage.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Side Table
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Side Table
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is sleek enough to work in an indoor dining space, as well. Eos is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living during the long days of summer, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that won’t rust over time. The Side Table is stackable for compact storage. Made in China.
  • Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Occasional Table
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    Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Occasional Table
    Sol y Luna (1954) is an adaptation of Dan Johnson's Gazelle Collection, which was originally offered in wood or bronze, both with woven caning for the seat and back. However, due to the high cost of production, and the intense hand labor involved, fewer than 150 pieces from the Gazelle line were ever produced. Now made in durable cast aluminum by outdoor manufacturer Brown Jordan, the design maintains Johnson's comfortable organic form. The sculptural cast aluminum Occasional Table has a tempered glass tabletop and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Made in Mexico.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Bench
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Bench
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is sleek enough to work in an indoor dining space, as well. Eos is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living during the long days of summer, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that won’t rust over time. The Bench is designed for use with the Rectangular Table. Made in China.
  • Jesús Gasca Deneb Teak Stool
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    Jesús Gasca Deneb Teak Stool
    The Deneb Teak Stool (2003) combines an austere aluminum frame with smooth, slatted teak in a compact form that works as a seat or side table. The frame is assembled from four components, precision engineered to fit seamlessly together in support of the teak slats. Like the rest of the Deneb Teak Collection, the Deneb Stool features clean-cut v-shaped legs, configured to increase its stability and allow two or more to be put together to create a longer seat or side table. The Stool fits nicely at the short end of the Deneb Teak Tables and several can be used as individual seats around the table in lieu of a bench. The Stool can be used on its own in an entryway or garden, and is appropriate indoors or out. The teak slats can be oiled to maintain their original color, or left to acquire a beautiful silvery patina. Rubber glides protect floors. Design Within Reach is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Stua products in the U.S. Made in Spain in the U.S.
  • Niels Hvass Cutter Stool
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    Niels Hvass Cutter Stool
    In the 1990s, Danish designer Niels Hvass became a leader in the Nordic design scene by creating furniture that earned him awards and recognitions from Bo Bedre, Georg Jensen and The Design Foundation. He designed his teak Cutter Collection to challenge overly nostalgic wooden outdoor furnishings, bringing elegance and simplicity to outdoor spaces, as well as interior ones. Originally intended for gardens and patios, the Cutter Stool (2008) is also fitting for kitchens and bathrooms. This piece features specially engineered mortise-and-tenon joints for durability. Like all teak products, it will develop a rich, silvery patina over time, or it can be treated with teak oil to maintain its original luster. Made in Thailand. Add the optional Cutter Box underneath for storage.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Chaise Lounge
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Chaise Lounge
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is sleek enough to work in an indoor dining space, as well. Eos is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living during the long days of summer, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that won’t rust over time. The innovative Chaise features a sling made of all-weather Textilene®, a mold-, mildew- and UV-resistant material. Two discreet wheels make it easy to follow the sun, or shade, or cute lifeguard. Made in China.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Side Chair
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Side Chair
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is sleek enough to work in an indoor dining space, as well. Eos is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living during the long days of summer, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that won’t rust over time. The Side Chair is stackable up to six high for compact storage. Made in China.
  • Paolo Rizzatto New Pot 70
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    Paolo Rizzatto New Pot 70
    Born in Italy, Paolo Rizzatto graduated from Politecnico University of Milan with a degree in architecture in 1965. In the 40-plus years since then, he has brought his expertise to a variety of projects, ranging from interior planning to architecture to lighting and product design. He has also taught at Columbia University in New York, Cranbrook Academy of Art in Detroit, Washington University in St. Louis and other institutions worldwide. His work has been recognized with many awards, including three Compasso d'Oro prizes in 1981, 1989 and 1995. His large-scale planters, called New Pots (2002), bring modern design to the garden. Made from roto-molded, recyclable polyethylene that is weather and UV resistant – and sub-zero temperature tolerant – New Pots are an eye-catching and functional design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. Made in Italy. No drainage holes. Designed as a "cachepot," the bottom should be lined with 1"-2" of pebbles, rocks or gravel, before setting plant inside. This allows excess water to evaporate, and helps prevent root decay. To see more of our top pinned items, click here.
  • Paolo Rizzatto New Pot 50
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    Paolo Rizzatto New Pot 50
    Born in Italy, Paolo Rizzatto graduated from Politecnico University of Milan with a degree in architecture in 1965. In the 40-plus years since then, he has brought his expertise to a variety of projects, ranging from interior planning to architecture to lighting and product design. He has also taught at Columbia University in New York, Cranbrook Academy of Art in Detroit, Washington University in St. Louis and other institutions worldwide. His work has been recognized with many awards, including three Compasso d'Oro prizes in 1981, 1989 and 1995. His large-scale planters, called New Pots (2002), bring modern design to the garden. Made from roto-molded, recyclable polyethylene that is weather and UV resistant – and sub-zero temperature tolerant – New Pots are an eye-catching and functional design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. Made in Italy. No drainage holes. Designed as a "cachepot," the bottom should be lined with 1"-2" of pebbles, rocks or gravel, before setting plant inside. This allows excess water to evaporate, and helps prevent root decay.
  • Paolo Rizzatto New Pot 60
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    Paolo Rizzatto New Pot 60
    Born in Italy, Paolo Rizzatto graduated from Politecnico University of Milan with a degree in architecture in 1965. In the 40-plus years since then, he has brought his expertise to a variety of projects, ranging from interior planning to architecture to lighting and product design. He has also taught at Columbia University in New York, Cranbrook Academy of Art in Detroit, Washington University in St. Louis and other institutions worldwide. His work has been recognized with many awards, including three Compasso d'Oro prizes in 1981, 1989 and 1995. His large-scale planters, called New Pots (2002), bring modern design to the garden. Made from roto-molded, recyclable polyethylene that is weather and UV resistant – and sub-zero temperature tolerant – New Pots are an eye-catching and functional design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. Made in Italy. No drainage holes. Designed as a "cachepot," the bottom should be lined with 1"-2" of pebbles, rocks or gravel, before setting plant inside. This allows excess water to evaporate, and helps prevent root decay.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Contour Chaise Lounge
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Contour Chaise Lounge
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Contour Chaise by Knoll. Made in U.S.A.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Ottoman
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Ottoman
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Ottoman by Knoll. Made in U.S.A.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Lounge Chair with Arms
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Lounge Chair with Arms
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Lounge Chair by Knoll. Made in U.S.A.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Adjustable Chaise Lounge
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Adjustable Chaise Lounge
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Chaise Lounge by Knoll. Made in U.S.A. The large wheels can spin at different speeds thanks to their differential axles, making the 1966 Adjustable Chaise easy to move. This chaise adjusts from fully flat to four angles of recline.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Dining Side Chair
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Dining Side Chair
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Dining Chair by Knoll. Made in U.S.A.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Dining Armchair
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Dining Armchair
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Dining Armchair by Knoll. Made in U.S.A.
  • Philippe Starck Broom Chair
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    Philippe Starck Broom Chair
    “Imagine,” says Philippe Starck, “a guy who takes a humble broom and starts to clean the workshop, and with this dust he makes new magic.” The “dust” that Starck refers to is reclaimed polypropylene and wood fiber, two of theused to create his Broom Chair (2012). Starck drew the shape of this reclaimed, repurposed and recyclable chair in 2003, but it took a decade to design the chair in these eco-friendly. The Broom Chair made its debut at the 2012 Salone del Mobile in Milan, and as soon as we saw it, we knew it belonged in our assortment. Durable, comfortable, colorful and unique in how it makes use of normally discarded, Broom is a smart solution that literally sweeps up the waste from the industrial manufacturing cycle. All colors suitable for outdoor use except orange. This is the authentic Broom Chair by Emeco. Made in U.S.A. Made of a new composite of discarded industrial, reclaimed even before they enter the long cycle that most recycledhave to undergo. Listed as an Editors’ Product Pick by Interior Design magazine in October 2012.
  • Emeco 1006 Navy® Barstool with Arms in Brushed Finish
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    Emeco 1006 Navy® Barstool with Arms in Brushed Finish
    Legend has it that Emeco founder Wilton Dinges tested the strength of a 1006 Navy Chair (1944) by tossing it out a sixth-story window. The people on the sidewalk below were a bit surprised, but the chair was fine, with the exception of a few scratches. Today, Emeco still uses the same 77-step process that Dinges perfected 70 years ago to satisfy the military’s need for lightweight, corrosion-resistant chairs for destroyers and submarines. The company’s proprietary metal processing method yields aluminum three times stronger than steel – and a chair so durable that it has an estimated life span of 150 years. Emeco’s all-aluminum chairs and stools come with a lifetime guarantee, and generations from now, when your great-great-grandchildren finally manage to wear out a chair that’s tested to withstand 1,700 pounds of weight (big kids), the aluminum can be fully recycled and made into something else. Stainless steel foot caps are covered with clear plastic glides to prevent floor scratches and carpet snags. This is the authentic 1006 Navy Stool by Emeco. Made in U.S.A. Made from 80% recycled aluminum (40% post-consumer, 40% post-industrial), which requires only 5% of the energy needed to produce virgin aluminum. In continuous production since 1944.
  • Harry Bertoia Bertoia Side Chair with Vinyl Seat Pad
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    Harry Bertoia Bertoia Side Chair with Vinyl Seat Pad
    With his iconic seating collection, Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form. The events that made this work possible began a decade earlier at Cranbrook Academy of Art when Bertoia met Florence Knoll Bassett (then Florence Schust). Years later, the Italian-born designer was invited to work for Florence and her husband Hans Knoll. Bertoia was given the freedom to work on whatever suited him, without being held to a strict design agenda, and the result of this arrangement was the Bertoia Seating Collection (1952). Featuring a delicate filigreed appearance that's supremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods. In his art, Bertoia experimented with open forms and metal work, and these chairs were an extension of that work. "If you look at the chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture," said Bertoia. "Space passes through them." After designing his seating collection, Bertoia returned to focusing mostly on sculpture. His work was often used in projects by Eero Saarinen (another Cranbrook friend), notably at MIT and the Dulles International Airport. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy. The White, Black and Green frames can be used outdoors with limited exposure to the elements. Vinyl seat pads can be used outdoors and are secured to the chair with domed metal lock snaps and have fabric edges. The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the Chair. Get it fast: Chrome frame with Vinyl Carrot or White; White frame with Vinyl Black, Carrot, or White are in stock and ready to ship. To see more of our top pinned items, click here.
  • Harry Bertoia Bertoia Side Chair
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    Harry Bertoia Bertoia Side Chair
    With his iconic seating collection, Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form. The events that made this work possible began a decade earlier at Cranbrook Academy of Art when Bertoia met Florence Knoll Bassett (then Florence Schust). Years later, the Italian-born designer was invited to work for Florence and her husband Hans Knoll. Bertoia was given the freedom to work on whatever suited him, without being held to a strict design agenda, and the result of this arrangement was the Bertoia Seating Collection (1952). Featuring a delicate filigreed appearance that’s supremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods. In his art, Bertoia experimented with open forms and metal work, and these chairs were an extension of that work. “If you look at the chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture," said Bertoia. ”Space passes through them.” After designing his seating collection, Bertoia returned to focusing mostly on sculpture. His work was often used in projects by Eero Saarinen (another Cranbrook friend), notably at MIT and the Dulles International Airport. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy. The White, Black and Green frames can be used outdoors with limited exposure to the elements. The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the Chair.
  • Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet Masters Chair
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    Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet Masters Chair
    Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet pay homage to three different midcentury modern masters in one sleek, versatile indoor-outdoor seat. The Masters Chair (2010) weaves together the back silhouettes of Jacobsen’s Series 7™ Chair, the Eameses’ Molded Plastic Chair and Saarinen’s Tulip™ Armchair to create something entirely new. Lightweight and durable, the Masters Chair has a wide, roomy seat, while the back rest allows you to feel supported on a historic level as it echoes the lines of the very first ergonomic innovators. The iconoclastic Starck has been working with Kartell since the 1980s, mixing the company’s desire to develop eco-friendly, contemporary plastic furniture with the designer’s unmistakably edgy and innovative style. Stackable up to four high. Made in Italy.
  • Loll Designs Loll Swing
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    Loll Designs Loll Swing
    A modern interpretation of the iconic swing created by “lollygaggers” Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, the Loll Swing (2011) is made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary (although it’s doubtful you’ll ever give up your swinging lifestyle). Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Loll Swing is made to last for years. It comes complete with preinstalled stainless steel rings and PET rope for easy hanging. Made in U.S.A. To see more of our top pinned items, click here.
  • Joan Casas i Ortinez Lucca Dining Table with Umbrella Hole
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    Joan Casas i Ortinez Lucca Dining Table with Umbrella Hole
    “Design for me means creating products that over the years will acquire classic status, becoming part of our surroundings,” said Joan Casas i Ortinez, the Spanish designer of the Lucca Collection (2003). Casas i Ortinez spent 49 years designing at Indecasa, an outdoor furniture company in Barcelona, eventually leading the creative team. Lucca pieces, designed with luxury hotels and cruise ships in mind, have frames constructed of corrosion-resistant aluminum. The dining table can be used with an umbrella; the leg configuration will accommodate umbrella stands up to 24 inches in diameter. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in Spain.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Rectangular Table
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Rectangular Table
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is sleek enough to work in an indoor dining space, as well. Eos is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living during the long days of summer, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that won’t rust over time. Rectangular and Square tables fit seamlessly together to create a longer table when needed. Made in China.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Square Table
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Square Table
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is sleek enough to work in an indoor dining space, as well. Eos is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living during the long days of summer, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that won’t rust over time. The Square Table is stackable for compact storage, and Square and Rectangular tables fit seamlessly together to create a longer table when needed. Made in China.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Armchair
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Armchair
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is sleek enough to work in an indoor dining space, as well. Eos is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living during the long days of summer, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that won’t rust over time. The Armchair is stackable up to six high for compact storage. Made in China.
  • EMU Design Studio Arc En Ciel Folding Table
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    EMU Design Studio Arc En Ciel Folding Table
    Arc En Ciel, or “rainbow” in French, is a small-space solution inspired by the chairs and tables that have filled Parisian parks and cafés since the 19th century. Weighing about 10 pounds, this durable, hardwearing Arc En Ciel Folding Table (2011) is produced with great attention to detail. The steel frame is finished with a baked-on polyester powdercoat that stands up to the elements and withstands being folded and unfolded as your flexible seating needs change. The Arc En Ciel folds completely flat for convenient storage, and is suitable for outdoor and contract use. From sidewalk café to city balcony to backyard patio, the Arc En Ciel is a well-priced solution for any outdoor dining need. Made in Italy. Only 2.5” thick when folded.
  • EMU Design Studio Arc En Ciel Folding Chair
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    EMU Design Studio Arc En Ciel Folding Chair
    Arc En Ciel, or “rainbow” in French, is a small-space solution inspired by the chairs and tables that have filled Parisian parks and cafés since the 19th century. Weighing about 10 pounds, the durable, hardwearing Arc En Ciel Folding Chair (2010) is produced with great attention to detail. The steel frame is finished with a baked-on polyester powdercoat that stands up to the elements and withstands being folded and unfolded as your flexible seating needs change. The Arc En Ciel folds completely flat for convenient storage, and is suitable for outdoor and contract use. From sidewalk café to city balcony to backyard patio, the Arc En Ciel is a well-priced solution for any seating need. Made in Italy.
  • Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand Outdoor LC7 Swivel Chair
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    Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand Outdoor LC7 Swivel Chair
    The LC7 Swivel Chair (1928) evolved from one of a number of experiments, including an attempt to fashion a chair by wrapping inner tubes from tires around a steel frame. As the Le Corbusier group refined such trials, a sensuous solution took form. A round, thickly padded seat rests on top of a curving claw-like base of tubular steel that resolves in a swivel mechanism, giving the seat pad a buoyant look. A curved, amply padded barrel, doubling as backrest and chair arms, links three tubular steels supports that fuse at the seat base. The LC Series was originally designed for indoor use, but after a visit to Villa Savoye, where some of the pieces were being used on the outdoor terrace, Cassina was inspired to create outdoor-safe models. The manufacturer spent 3 years working closely with the LC Foundation to develop a product that was within the foundation’s parameters: To be “the same or better quality than indoor.” Cassina opted for better, using hand-polished AISI 304 stainless-steel with silver welding, as opposed to chrome, to construct the frames – a material with extreme resistance to corrosion that is actually more authentic to the product; chrome was not used until the 1970s/-80s. The silver welding will patina over time and develop a halo. Sunbrella® fabric covers the UV-resistant (and waterproof) seat and backrest cushions, which are wrapped in “Ecofill” – a hypoallergenic fiber that dries quickly. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina's Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy. A protective, water-repellant cover is included.
  • Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand Outdoor LC1 Sling Chair
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    Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand Outdoor LC1 Sling Chair
    Le Corbusier regarded traditional furnishings, with their structures hidden beneath wads of padding and upholstery, as relics of the past. Partnering with Charlotte Perriand and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier stripped away all excess to create the sleek, elemental LC1 Chair (1928). The LC Series was originally designed for indoor use, but after a visit to Villa Savoye, where some of the pieces were being used on the outdoor terrace, Cassina was inspired to create outdoor-safe models. The manufacturer spent 3 years working closely with the LC Foundation to develop a product that was within the foundation’s parameters: To be “the same or better quality than indoor.” Cassina opted for better, using hand-polished AISI 304 stainless-steel with silver welding, as opposed to chrome, to construct the frames – a material with extreme resistance to corrosion that is actually more authentic to the product; chrome was not used until the 1970s/-80s. The silver welding will patina over time and develop a halo. The back of the chair is attached to the frame by a rod that allows the angle of tilt to change. As the user shifts from one sitting position to the next, the chair back moves with them for continuous support. The waterproof, UV-resistant Sunbrella® fabric is held in place by stainless-steel springs that provide a comfortable give. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina's Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy. Winner of Wallpaper* Design Award 2012 for Best Domestic Design. A protective, water-repellant cover is included.
  • Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand Outdoor LC8 Swivel Stool
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    Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand Outdoor LC8 Swivel Stool
    The LC8 Swivel Stool (1928) represents the designers’ interest in exploring the structural possibilities of tubular steel and was designed to mirror the LC7 Swivel Chair. The LC Series was originally designed for indoor use, but after a visit to Villa Savoye, where some of the pieces were being used on the outdoor terrace, Cassina was inspired to create outdoor-safe models. The manufacturer spent 3 years working closely with the LC Foundation to develop a product that was within the foundation’s parameters: To be “the same or better quality than indoor.” Cassina opted for better, using hand-polished AISI 304 stainless-steel with silver welding, as opposed to chrome, to construct the frames – a material with extreme resistance to corrosion that is actually more authentic to the product; chrome was not used until the 1970s/-80s. The silver welding will patina over time and develop a halo. Sunbrella® fabric covers the UV-resistant (and waterproof) seat cushion, which is wrapped in “Ecofill” – a hypoallergenic fiber that dries quickly. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina's Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy. A protective, water-repellant cover is included.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Outdoor Eames® Aluminum Group Lounge Chair
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    Charles and Ray Eames Outdoor Eames® Aluminum Group Lounge Chair
    When Charles and Ray Eames designed the Eames Aluminum Group Lounge Chair (1958), they created a revolution in seating that has lost none of its edge. These chairs were originally developed as a special project for Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard, who were designing the private residence of Columbus, Indiana-based industrialist J. Irwin Miller. Saarinen wanted high-quality seating for outdoor use and asked Charles and Ray Eames to develop it. Moving away from the Eameses' shell forms of the 1940s, the designers combined a newly affordable aluminum frame with a sling seat that subtly conforms to the body's shape. It was initially promoted as the "leisure group" or "indoor-outdoor group", but the collection of iconic seating moved inside exclusively. In early 2012, Herman Miller returned the Aluminum Group to its original outdoor intent, with newsuitable for outdoor use. This original is an authentic product by Herman Miller®, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A. The corrosion-resistant, die-cast aluminum frame will last for years of use. Wide seat for leisurely, ergonomic sitting. Set on a four-star base, the seat swivels for easy entry and exit.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Outdoor Eames® Aluminum Group Side Chair
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    Charles and Ray Eames Outdoor Eames® Aluminum Group Side Chair
    When Charles and Ray Eames designed the Eames Aluminum Group Side Chair (1958), they created a revolution in seating that has lost none of its edge. These chairs were originally developed as a special project for Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard, who were designing the private residence of Columbus, Indiana-based industrialist J. Irwin Miller. Saarinen wanted high-quality seating for outdoor use and asked Charles and Ray Eames to develop it. Moving away from the Eameses' shell forms of the 1940s, the designers combined a newly affordable aluminum frame with a sling seat that subtly conforms to the body's shape. It was initially promoted as the "leisure group" or "indoor-outdoor group", but the collection of iconic seating moved inside exclusively. In early 2012, Herman Miller returned the Aluminum Group to its original outdoor intent, with newsuitable for outdoor use. This original is an authentic product by Herman Miller®, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A. The corrosion-resistant, die-cast aluminum frame will last for years of use. Wide seat for leisurely, ergonomic sitting. Set on a four-star base, the seat swivels for easy entry and exit. Please confirm this. The regular Side Chair does not swivel.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Outdoor Eames® Aluminum Group Ottoman
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    Charles and Ray Eames Outdoor Eames® Aluminum Group Ottoman
    When Charles and Ray Eames designed the Eames Aluminum Group (1958), they created a revolution in seating that has lost none of its edge. This collection was originally developed as a special project for Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard, who were designing the private residence of Columbus, Indiana-based industrialist J. Irwin Miller. Saarinen wanted high-quality seating for outdoor use and asked Charles and Ray Eames to develop it. Moving away from the Eameses' shell forms of the 1940s, the designers combined a newly affordable aluminum frame with a sling seat that subtly conforms to the body's shape. It was initially promoted as the "leisure group" or "indoor-outdoor group", but the collection of iconic seating moved inside exclusively. In early 2012, Herman Miller returned the Aluminum Group to its original outdoor intent, with newsuitable for outdoor use. This original is an authentic product by Herman Miller®, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A. The corrosion-resistant, die-cast aluminum frame will last for years of use.
  • Bordato Illuminated Planter 30
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    Bordato Illuminated Planter 30
    Bordato Illuminated Planters merge manmade innovation with the natural world. They provide great lighting for pathways and corners indoors and out with their energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. Made of durable rotational-molded polyethylene, they won’t chip or peel. Additionally, they feature a patented drainage system that stops dirt from entering their interiors while keeping plants and trees healthy. Balancing form and function, Bordato Planters make a compelling design statement from private patios to public spaces and retail displays. Due to their light, manageable weight, these 100% recyclable commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies restricted by weight capacity rules. Bulb (included): 23W compact fluorescent. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Lounge Chair Pad
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    Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Lounge Chair Pad
    The seat pads for the Sol y Luna Collection are made of Suncloth® fabric and designed for outdoor use. They are UV and water resistant, and even if they get soaked, they'll dry quickly. The canvas color is neutral enough to work with any setting. At 1.25" thick, these cushions are comfortable but still sleek enough to maintain a simple and sleek aesthetic. They're made for Sol y Luna but can be used with any outdoor furniture.
  • Walter Lamb Armchair
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    Walter Lamb Armchair
    Designer Walter Lamb was experimenting with bronze and copper tubing salvaged from sunken naval ships at Pearl Harbor when he created the prototype for his iconic outdoor collection. Today the pieces are crafted from weatherproof brass that will develop a rich patina over time (or it can be polished to return the surface to its original luster). The Walter Lamb Collection (1940s) is hand-wrapped with marine-grade, UV-stable cording that's flexible enough to provide comfortable seating but strong enough to withstand the elements. The brass frames will not rust and do not need to be refinished. This collection was recognized with a MoMA design award. Made in Mexico.
  • Doormat with Bristles
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    Doormat with Bristles
    The Iris Hantwerk company produces high-quality household items using techniques that date back to the 19th century. Enlisting the skills of top designers to conceptualize their products, they hire and support visually impaired craftspeople to create these meticulously assembled pieces. Tough enough for gardeners’ muddy boots, the Doormat with Bristles (2008) is a must for the mudroom, entry or porch. Rows of stiff synthetic bristles trap sand and dirt, and the durable raised beech wood slats allow water to pass through for quick drying. Made in Sweden.
  • Sandy Chilewich Chilewich Shag Doormat
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    Sandy Chilewich Chilewich Shag Doormat
    Using vinyl to create practical and stylish floor coverings has become Sandy Chilewich’s forte, as demonstrated in her Shag Doormat (2004). This flexible, tufted vinyl mat has a soft, plush appearance with crisp stripes that lend color and whimsy to a range of environments ranging from the patio to the bath. Stain-, mold- and mildew-resistant, the mat stands up well to wear and tear, can be cleaned with a vacuum, mop or hose and dries very quickly, making it perfect for indoor or outdoor use. Stripes run lengthwise. A commercial-grade soft urethane backing provides cushioning and minimizes slippage. Backed by a five-year warranty. Made in U.S.A.
  • Sandy Chilewich Chilewich Shag Utility Mat
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    Sandy Chilewich Chilewich Shag Utility Mat
    Using vinyl to create practical and stylish floor coverings has become Sandy Chilewich’s forte, as demonstrated in her Shag Utility Mat (2004). This flexible, tufted vinyl mat has a soft, plush appearance with crisp stripes that lend color and whimsy to a range of environments ranging from the patio to the bath. Stain-, mold- and mildew-resistant, the mat stands up well to wear and tear, can be cleaned with a vacuum, mop or hose and dries very quickly, making it perfect for indoor or outdoor use. Stripes run widthwise. A commercial-grade soft urethane backing provides cushioning and minimizes slippage. Backed by a five-year warranty. Made in U.S.A.
  • Liscio 26 Illuminated Planter
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    Liscio 26 Illuminated Planter
    The Illuminated Planter Collection merges the natural world with manmade innovation. Made from durable rotation-molded polyethylene, these Planters can provide pathway lighting or brighten any corner indoors or out. The high-quality polyethylene that’s used to make them is 100% recyclable and won’t chip or peel, and they're illuminated by energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. A patented drainage system prevents dirt from entering the inside of the planter, while keeping plants and trees healthy. Balancing form and function, they make a compelling design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. UL rated. Bulb (included): 23W compact fluorescent.
  • Vaso Rettangolare Illuminated Planter
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    Vaso Rettangolare Illuminated Planter
    The Illuminated Planter Collection merges the natural world with manmade innovation. Made from durable rotation-molded polyethylene, these Planters can provide pathway lighting or brighten any corner indoors or out. The high-quality polyethylene that's used to make them is 100% recyclable and won¹t chip or peel, and they're illuminated by energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. A patented drainage system prevents dirt from entering the inside of the planter, while keeping plants and trees healthy. Balancing form and function, they make a compelling design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. UL rated. Bulb (included): 23W compact fluorescent.
  • Harry Bertoia Bertoia Counter Stool
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    Harry Bertoia Bertoia Counter Stool
    With his iconic seating collection, Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form. The events that made this work possible began a decade earlier at Cranbrook Academy of Art when Bertoia met Florence Knoll Bassett (then Florence Schust). Years later, the Italian-born designer was invited to work for Florence and her husband Hans Knoll. The terms were favorable to the artist and Bertoia was given the freedom to work on whatever suited him, without being held to a strict design agenda. The result of this arrangement was the Bertoia Seating Collection (1952). Featuring a delicate filigreed appearance that's supremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods. In his art, Bertoia experimented with open forms and metal work, and these chairs were an extension of that work. "If you look at the chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture," said Bertoia. "Space passes through them." After designing his seating collection, Bertoia returned to focusing mostly on sculpture. His work was often used in projects by Eero Saarinen (another Cranbrook friend), notably at MIT and the Dulles International Airport. The white counter stool can be used outdoors with proper care and limited exposure to the elements. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy.
  • Mobile Stand
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    Mobile Stand
    For use with the Tuuci Hexagon Shade Platform, Tuuci Razor Shade Platform or Mid-Century Sunshade, the concrete-filled Mobile Stand has Tuff-Wheels™ for easy mobility. Not recommended for use through the opening of a table (see the stationary stand options for through-table usage), the 95-pound Mobile Stand is contract quality. As with any umbrella, it's advisable to keep our Tuuci and Mid-Century Shade products in a Tuuci Stand. Made in U.S.A.
  • Philippe Starck Icon Chair - Brushed
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    Philippe Starck Icon Chair - Brushed
    "When I close my eyes, this is the chair I see," said Philippe Starck of his Icon Chair (2006), designed for Emeco. Like all Emeco seating , the Icon is handcrafted in a 77-step patented construction process that includes heat treatment and anodizing, rendering the chair diamond-hard and virtually indestructible. Its sleek, simple form is lightweight and available in a brushed or polished aluminum finish. Said Starck of the Icon: "My idea for the new Emeco chair was to design nothing, just transmit the phenomenon of Emeco. The new design is balanced, minimal, coherent - there is serenity." Specially made clear plastic glides promote serenity by preventing scratched floors or snagged carpets. Made in U.S.A.
  • Emeco 111 Navy Chair®
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    Emeco 111 Navy Chair®
    Made from 111 recycled plastic Coke® bottles, this chair is the result of a special collaboration between Emeco and Coca-Cola®. It took four years of research, design and testing to create it, the production of which keeps three million plastic bottles out of landfills every year. The 111 Navy Chair (2010) not only celebrates the iconic form of the aluminum 1006 Navy® Chair designed in 1944 but also adds a pop (pun intended) of color. One of the few plastic chairs to be built with leg stretchers, this chair will stand up to frequent use. Red, white and flint are suitable for outdoor use. This is the authentic 111 Navy Chair by Emeco. Made in U.S.A. The Navy Chair design constitutes the proprietary Trade Dress of Emeco, making it illegal for another company to clone this chair.
  • Xavier and Jean Pauchard Tolix® Marais A56 Armchair
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    Xavier and Jean Pauchard Tolix® Marais A56 Armchair
    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). The quintessential cafe chair, it was both elegant and robust enough to grace the decks of the S.S. Normandie ocean liner. After the death of Pauchard in 1948, his son Jean took over as managing director of their company, Tolix. In 1956, he designed an armchair to go with his father’s A Chair, naming it the A56. It takes 100 manual operations to create a Tolix chair, and 80 years after the company was founded, the Tolix name is recognized worldwide as best-in-class furniture. 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. Stackable up to 10 high. Made in France. Tolix products are protected by copyright, making it illegal for another company to clone this chair. 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.
  • Sandy Chilewich Chilewich Shag Large Mat
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    Sandy Chilewich Chilewich Shag Large Mat
    Using vinyl to create practical and stylish floor coverings has become Sandy Chilewich’s forte, as demonstrated in her Shag Large Mat (2004). This flexible, tufted vinyl mat has a soft, plush appearance with crisp stripes that lend color and whimsy to a range of environments ranging from the patio to the bath. Stain-, mold- and mildew-resistant, the mat stands up well to wear and tear, can be cleaned with a vacuum, mop or hose and dries very quickly, making it perfect for indoor or outdoor use. Stripes run lengthwise. A commercial-grade soft urethane backing provides cushioning and minimizes slippage. Backed by a five-year warranty. Made in U.S.A.
  • Uovo Outdoor Table/Floor Lamp
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    Uovo Outdoor Table/Floor Lamp
    Originally made of hand-blown glass and a metal frame, the Uovo Outdoor Lamp (1972) has been updated in outdoor-friendly polyethylene. Casting a warm, uniform and somewhat ethereal light, Uovo can be used indoors or out. The Uovo Lamp is manufactured by a company founded by architect Gio Ponti. The company was originally known for its stained-glass windows, many of which are still in existence today, including in the Milan Cathedral. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26 (medium base) or compact florescent 25W/120V/E26. UL listed components for wet locations. Made in Italy. Uovo can be used to illuminate a path, patio or picnic table (or any indoor setting). The black plug-in cord is more than 16' long to allow for flexible placement in any environment.
  • Loll Designs Go Love Rocker
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    Loll Designs Go Love Rocker
    The Go Collection (2005) was created after “an absolutely informal study taken by us lollygaggers,” say designers Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, the founders of Loll Designs. “We learned that people frequently sit with other people when outside. Perhaps this is because there’s no TV, or maybe our gregarious tendencies are amplified outdoors?” The Go Collection is a modern take on classic club chairs and love seats found indoors. Its seats are similar in height to those of dining chairs, and its backs have a less dramatic angle than those of typical outdoor lounge chairs for a more upright sitting position. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Loll Designs Go Club Rocker
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    Loll Designs Go Club Rocker
    The Go Collection (2005) was created after “an absolutely informal study taken by us lollygaggers,” say designers Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, the founders of Loll Designs. “We learned that people frequently sit with other people when outside. Perhaps this is because there’s no TV, or maybe our gregarious tendencies are amplified outdoors?” The Go Collection is a modern take on classic club chairs and love seats found indoors. Its seats are similar in height to those of dining chairs, and its backs have a less dramatic angle than those of typical outdoor lounge chairs for a more upright sitting position. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Harry Bertoia Bertoia Diamond Lounge Chair with Seat Pad
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    Harry Bertoia Bertoia Diamond Lounge Chair with Seat Pad
    Harry Bertoia first met Florence Knoll Bassett (then Florence Schust) at Cranbrook Academy of Art. Years With his iconic seating collection, Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form. The events that made this work possible began a decade earlier at Cranbrook Academy of Art when Bertoia met Florence Knoll Bassett (then Florence Schust). Years later, the Italian-born designer was invited to work for Florence and her husband Hans Knoll. Bertoia was given the freedom to work on whatever suited him, without being held to a strict design agenda, and the result of this arrangement was the Bertoia Seating Collection (1952). Featuring a delicate filigreed appearance that’s supremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods. In his art, Bertoia experimented with open forms and metal work, and these chairs were an extension of that work. "If you look at the chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture," said Bertoia. "Space passes through them." After designing his seating collection, Bertoia returned to focusing mostly on sculpture. His work was often used in projects by Eero Saarinen (another Cranbrook friend), notably at MIT and the Dulles International Airport. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy. Lounge Chair has been in continuous production since 1952. The white chair can be used outdoors with proper care and limited exposure to the elements. Frame is scratch, chip and chemical resistant. Vinyl seat pads can be used outdoors and are secured to the chair with domed metal lock snaps and have fabric edges. The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the chair and ottoman. To see more of our top pinned items, click here.
  • Loll Designs Go Love Seat
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    Loll Designs Go Love Seat
    The Go Collection (2005) was created after “an absolutely informal study taken by us lollygaggers,” say designers Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, the founders of Loll Designs. “We learned that people frequently sit with other people when outside. Perhaps this is because there’s no TV, or maybe our gregarious tendencies are amplified outdoors?” The Go Collection is a modern take on classic club chairs and love seats found indoors. Its seats are similar in height to those of dining chairs, and its backs have a less dramatic angle than those of typical outdoor lounge chairs for a more upright sitting position. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Don Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair
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    Don Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair
    Add a jolt of energy to your space with the Spark Lounge Chair (2009). Don Chadwick, renowned for his Aeron® and Chadwick chairs, has applied his knowledge of ergonomic seating to this affordable, colorful polypropylene Chair. Lightweight, easy to clean and suitable for indoor or outdoor use, the stackable Spark is equally comfortable in residential and contract settings. The Spark Chair is manufactured by Knoll®, Inc. Stacks six high. Lounge Chair's sleigh legs have integral glides to protect floors. Recycled Black is made with 40% recycled content. Winner of the 2009 Editors' Choice Award, Best of NeoCon® and 2009 Chicago Athenaeum Good Design® Award.
  • Loll Designs Cabrio Lounge Chair
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    Loll Designs Cabrio Lounge Chair
    The inspiration for the Cabrio Lounge Chair (2009) came from a desire to strip away excess and greatly simplify the overly complicated Adirondack chairs that are found on the market today. Designers Greg Benson and Jeff Tally point out how the Cabrio’s single-plank back and wide arms are a nod toward the Westport chair, which was the inspiration for and predates the Adirondack. With a seat that’s low to the ground and generously angled, Cabrio is built for casual lounging and enjoying the outdoors. This chair is made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Cabrio Lounge Chair is made to last for years. It’s no coincidence that it received a 2009 Good Design® Award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. Ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Harry Bertoia Bertoia Counter Stool with Seat Pad
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    Harry Bertoia Bertoia Counter Stool with Seat Pad
    With his iconic seating collection, Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form. The events that made this work possible began a decade earlier at Cranbrook Academy of Art when Bertoia met Florence Knoll Bassett (then Florence Schust). Years later, the Italian-born designer was invited to work for Florence and her husband Hans Knoll. The terms were favorable to the artist and Bertoia was given the freedom to work on whatever suited him, without being held to a strict design agenda. The result of this arrangement was the Bertoia Seating Collection (1952). Featuring a delicate filigreed appearance that's supremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods. In his art, Bertoia experimented with open forms and metal work, and these chairs were an extension of that work. "If you look at the chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture," said Bertoia. "Space passes through them." The white counter stools and regular vinyl seat pads (black, carrot and white) can be used outdoors with proper care and limited exposure to the elements. Manufactured by Knoll® according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Counter stool made in Italy, seat pads made in U.S.A.
  • Loll Designs Go Porch Swing
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    Loll Designs Go Porch Swing
    The Go Collection (2005) was created after “an absolutely informal study taken by us lollygaggers,” say designers Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, the founders of Loll Designs. “We learned that people frequently sit with other people when outside. Perhaps this is because there’s no TV, or maybe our gregarious tendencies are amplified outdoors?” The Go Collection is a modern take on classic club chairs and love seats found indoors. Its seats are similar in height to those of dining chairs, and its backs have a less dramatic angle than those of typical outdoor lounge chairs for a more upright sitting position. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Foster & Partners 20-06 Chair
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    Foster & Partners 20-06 Chair
    "How light and slender can a chair be and still maintain its strength?" That was the question at the center of creating the 20-06 Chair, which was designed by Foster & Partners for the Smithsonian expansion in Washington, D.C., and built by Emeco. Foster & Partners' worldwide projects include the Hearst Headquarters in New York and 30 St. Mary Axe in London. The inventive geometry and ecological considerations they bring to architecture are also evident in the 20-06. Weighing five-and-a-half pounds, this handmade chair is crafted out of 80% recycled aluminum and has the tensile strength of 45,000 p.s.i. - three times stronger than steel. The hand-welded seamless construction is the result of a 77-step process developed in 1944 when Emeco first created its 1006 Navy® Chair for use on WWII submarines. The 20-06 is stackable up to 10 high and is suitable for outdoor use. The 20-06 Chair has an estimated 150-year lifespan; longevity that means less impact on the earth's resources. Contributes to LEED Certification Credit #4.2 Recycled Content. Made in U.S.A.
  • Davey Lighting Oval Bulkhead Light, Small
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    Davey Lighting Oval Bulkhead Light, Small
    Originally known as Davey & Co., the company was established in 1885 and has roots dating back to the shipyards of 19th-century London. Its clients back then were the marine merchants operating out of London's West India Docks, whose ships were outfitted with Davey lighting. These iconic lights graced the decks of many of history's best-known vessels, including, it is said, the Titanic and HMS Ark Royal. As the demand for navigation aids declined over the years, the interest in Davey's industrial modern aesthetic increased among architects and designers, and the company continued to thrive. However, the challenges facing British manufacturing brought the threat of closure and an overseas move, until Peter Bowles stepped in. He purchased the company, which is now based in Oxford, England, and is proud to have a team that includes Tim James, whose grandfather joined Davey & Co in 1897. As part Original BTC, which Peter Bowles founded, Davey Lighting now supplies marine, industrial and decorative lighting to residential and contract customers – making Davey available to the public (instead of only to the trade) for the first time. All components are handcrafted by small specialist UK suppliers according to centuries-old traditions. Bulbs (not included) small: 40W/GLS/E26; medium: 75W/GLS/E26; large: 100W/GLS/E26. Made in England. Front guards secured by four wing nuts.
  • Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais A Chair
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    Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais A Chair
    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). The quintessential cafe chair, it was both elegant and robust enough to grace the decks of the S.S. Normandie ocean liner. It takes 100 manual operations to create a Tolix chair, and 80 years after the company was founded, the Tolix name is recognized worldwide as best-in-class furniture. “Xavier Pauchard’s Chaise A is a perfect synthesis created by a man possessed of an understanding of raw, and the tools used to work them,” said Serge Lemoine, former director of Musee d’Orsay, Paris. 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. Stackable up to 10 high. Made in France. Tolix products are protected by copyright, making it illegal for another company to clone this chair. 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. To see more of our top pinned items, click here.
  • Richard Neutra Neutra House Numbers in Red
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    Richard Neutra Neutra House Numbers in Red
    In 2008, we worked with Dion Neutra to produce the Neutra House Numbers true to the 1930s originals in exacting detail. His father, architect Richard Neutra, specified these numbers for use on the mid-century buildings he designed. Richard Neutra's many notable projects include the Kaufmann House (1947) in Palm Springs, the Lovell Health House (1929) in Los Angeles, and the Kronish House (1955) in Beverly Hills - the subject of a fierce preservation debate in 2011, and the fate of which is still unknown. Precision crafted in weather- and corrosion-resistant aluminum, each number weighs half a pound and installs without visible hardware. Designed for visibility, these numbers float approximately .75" off the wall and cast subtle shadows. Each number comes with mounting hardware, extensive installation instructions and a full-scale drilling template that eliminates any guesswork during installation. Made in China.
  • Richard Neutra Neutra House Numbers in Aluminum
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    Richard Neutra Neutra House Numbers in Aluminum
    In 2008, we worked with Dion Neutra to produce the Neutra House Numbers true to the 1930s originals in exacting detail. His father, architect Richard Neutra, specified these numbers for use on the mid-century buildings he designed. Richard Neutra's many notable projects include the Kaufmann House (1947) in Palm Springs, the Lovell Health House (1929) in Los Angeles, and the Kronish House (1955) in Beverly Hills - the subject of a fierce preservation debate in 2011, and the fate of which is still unknown. Precision crafted in weather- and corrosion-resistant aluminum, each number weighs half a pound and installs without visible hardware. Designed for visibility, these numbers float approximately .75" off the wall and cast subtle shadows. Each number comes with mounting hardware, extensive installation instructions and a full-scale drilling template that eliminates any guesswork during installation. Made in China. To see more of our top pinned items, click here.
  • Greg Benson and Jeff Taly Adirondack Side Table
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    Greg Benson and Jeff Taly Adirondack Side Table
    Greg Benson and Jeff Taly believe that “using green products should not mean that you have to sacrifice anything; it should be better in every way than its non-eco-friendly counterpart.” This philosophy has informed their path from designing skateboard parks to outdoor furniture. Using the samethat proved virtually indestructible when skated upon, they created the Adirondack Collection (2008). “Our first chairs looked a lot like our skate ramps,” says Benson, but they continued to refine their designs. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Ottoman Pad
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    Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Ottoman Pad
    The seat pads for the Sol y Luna Collection are made of Suncloth® fabric and designed for outdoor use. They are UV and water resistant, and even if they get soaked, they'll dry quickly. The canvas color is neutral enough to work with any setting. At 1.25" thick, these cushions are comfortable but still sleek enough to maintain a simple and sleek aesthetic. They're made for Sol y Luna but can be used with any outdoor furniture.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Eames Aluminum Executive Chair - Vicenza Leather
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    Charles and Ray Eames Eames Aluminum Executive Chair - Vicenza Leather
    The Eames Executive Chair is part of the Eames Aluminum Group (1958). A smart solution for work and dining, this chair actually began as outdoor furniture for a residence designed by Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard. The pair asked the Eameses to design chairs that were light enough to move from indoors to out, and strong enough to withstand the elements. The timing was perfect, as the Eameses were experimenting with aluminum, which had been strengthened, refined and made more affordable since WWII. For the project, they constructed a lightweight, corrosion-resistant frame that was wrapped in a sling or “sitting pocket” that subtly conforms to the body’s shape. This chair is an authentic, fully licensed product of Herman Miller®, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A. This chair tilts, swivels and has a height-adjustable seat. Wide seat for leisurely, ergonomic sitting. Upholstered in Spinneybeck® Vicenza leather – a high-quality, Greenguard-certified leather with a breathable finish that protects against UV rays and spills.
  • Vas-One 4-Ft Tall Planter
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    Vas-One 4-Ft Tall Planter
    Modern design for the garden is here with a collection of overscaled planters. Made from roto-molded, recyclable polyethylene that is weather and UV resistant, not to mention virtually unbreakable, the New Pots and Vas-One (2002) planters are an eye-catching and functional design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, both these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. Acclaimed designer Paolo Rizzatto's New Pots meld a traditional shape with exaggerated scale. Luisa Bocchietto's immense Vas-One stands almost four feet tall and makes a striking impression for large spaces like gardens, lobbies or entranceways. Made in Italy.
  • Walter Lamb Side Table
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    Walter Lamb Side Table
    Designer Walter Lamb was experimenting with bronze and copper tubing salvaged from sunken naval ships at Pearl Harbor when he created the prototype for his iconic outdoor collection. Today the pieces are crafted from weatherproof brass that will develop a rich patina over time (or it can be polished to return the surface to its original luster). The Walter Lamb Side Table (1940s) has a tempered glass tabletop with a sculptural brass base. The brass frames will not rust and do not need to be refinished. This collection was recognized with a MoMA design award. Made in Mexico.
  • Loll Designs Go Side Table
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    Loll Designs Go Side Table
    The Go Collection (2005) was created after “an absolutely informal study taken by us lollygaggers,” say designers Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, the founders of Loll Designs. “We learned that people frequently sit with other people when outside. Perhaps this is because there’s no TV, or maybe our gregarious tendencies are amplified outdoors?” The Go Collection is a modern take on classic club chairs and love seats found indoors. Its seats are similar in height to those of dining chairs, and its backs have a less dramatic angle than those of typical outdoor lounge chairs for a more upright sitting position. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Joan Casas i Ortinez Lucca Square Side Table
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    Joan Casas i Ortinez Lucca Square Side Table
    “Design for me means creating products that over the years will acquire classic status, becoming part of our surroundings,” said Joan Casas i Ortinez, the Spanish designer of the Lucca Collection (2003). Casas i Ortinez spent 49 years designing at Indecasa, an outdoor furniture company in Barcelona, eventually leading the creative team. Lucca pieces, designed with luxury hotels and cruise ships in mind, have frames constructed of corrosion-resistant aluminum. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in Spain.
  • Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Barstool Pad
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    Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Barstool Pad
    The seat pads for the Sol y Luna Collection are made of Suncloth® fabric and designed for outdoor use. They are UV and water resistant, and even if they get soaked, they'll dry quickly. The canvas color is neutral enough to work with any setting. At 1.25" thick, these cushions are comfortable but still sleek enough to maintain a simple and sleek aesthetic. They're made for Sol y Luna but can be used with any outdoor furniture.
  • Walter Lamb Rectangular Dining Table
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    Walter Lamb Rectangular Dining Table
    Designer Walter Lamb was experimenting with bronze and copper tubing salvaged from sunken naval ships at Pearl Harbor when he created the prototype for his iconic outdoor collection. Today the pieces are crafted from weatherproof brass that will develop a rich patina over time (or it can be polished to return the surface to its original luster). The Walter Lamb Rectangular Dining Table (1940s) has a tempered glass tabletop with a sculptural brass base. The brass frame will not rust and does not need to be refinished. This collection was recognized with a MoMA design award. Made in Mexico.
  • Davey Lighting Oval Bulkhead Light, Medium
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    Davey Lighting Oval Bulkhead Light, Medium
    Originally known as Davey & Co., the company was established in 1885 and has roots dating back to the shipyards of 19th-century London. Its clients back then were the marine merchants operating out of London's West India Docks, whose ships were outfitted with Davey lighting. These iconic lights graced the decks of many of history's best-known vessels, including, it is said, the Titanic and HMS Ark Royal. As the demand for navigation aids declined over the years, the interest in Davey's industrial modern aesthetic increased among architects and designers, and the company continued to thrive. However, the challenges facing British manufacturing brought the threat of closure and an overseas move, until Peter Bowles stepped in. He purchased the company, which is now based in Oxford, England, and is proud to have a team that includes Tim James, whose grandfather joined Davey & Co in 1897. As part Original BTC, which Peter Bowles founded, Davey Lighting now supplies marine, industrial and decorative lighting to residential and contract customers – making Davey available to the public (instead of only to the trade) for the first time. All components are handcrafted by small specialist UK suppliers according to centuries-old traditions. Bulbs (not included) small: 40W/GLS/E26; medium: 75W/GLS/E26; large: 100W/GLS/E26. Made in England. Front guards secured by four wing nuts.
  • Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Round Bar Table
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    Dan Johnson Sol y Luna Round Bar Table
    Sol y Luna (1954) is an adaptation of Dan Johnson's Gazelle Collection, which was originally offered in wood or bronze, both with woven caning for the seat and back. However, due to the high cost of production, and the intense hand labor involved, fewer than 150 pieces from the Gazelle line were ever produced. Now made in durable cast aluminum by outdoor manufacturer Brown Jordan, the design maintains Johnson's comfortable organic form. The elegant cast aluminum tabletop is supported by a sculptural pedestal and base and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Made in Mexico. Bright Green is a.
  • Walter Lamb Ottoman
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    Walter Lamb Ottoman
    Designer Walter Lamb was experimenting with bronze and copper tubing salvaged from sunken naval ships at Pearl Harbor when he created the prototype for his iconic outdoor collection. Today the pieces are crafted from weatherproof brass that will develop a rich patina over time (or it can be polished to return the surface to its original luster). The Walter Lamb Collection (1940s) is hand-wrapped with marine-grade, UV-stable cording that's flexible enough to provide comfortable seating but strong enough to withstand the elements. The brass frame will not rust and does not need to be refinished. This collection was recognized with a MoMA design award. Made in Mexico.
  • Boulevard Square Table
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    Boulevard Square Table
    Simple but functionally sound, the powder-coated Boulevard Tables (2008) are exceptional examples of everyday outdoor furniture. Their sturdy construction and multiuse design make them a smart solution for outdoor dining or entertaining by the pool. Durable and scratch-resistant, they also work well in office dining areas. Crafted from powder-coated steel with a clear lacquer finish, the table surfaces are resilient and corrosion resistant. Combining dependable strength and understated style, these versatile tables pair with the Café Chair or, with their neutral aesthetic, any other outdoor seating solution. Simple assembly required. Made in China. To protect the finish, cover this table or store it indoors when not in use.
  • Loll Designs Go Club Chair
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    Loll Designs Go Club Chair
    The Go Collection (2005) was created after “an absolutely informal study taken by us lollygaggers,” say designers Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, the founders of Loll Designs. “We learned that people frequently sit with other people when outside. Perhaps this is because there’s no TV, or maybe our gregarious tendencies are amplified outdoors?” The Go Collection is a modern take on classic club chairs and love seats found indoors. Its seats are similar in height to those of dining chairs, and its backs have a less dramatic angle than those of typical outdoor lounge chairs for a more upright sitting position. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Greg Benson and Jeff Taly Adirondack Rocker
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    Greg Benson and Jeff Taly Adirondack Rocker
    Greg Benson and Jeff Taly believe that “using green products should not mean that you have to sacrifice anything; it should be better in every way than its non-eco-friendly counterpart.” This philosophy has informed their path from designing skateboard parks to outdoor furniture. Using the samethat proved virtually indestructible when skated upon, they created the Adirondack Collection (2008). “Our first chairs looked a lot like our skate ramps,” says Benson, but they continued to refine their designs. These pieces are made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycledhas kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Adirondack Collection is made to last for years. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
  • Doorbell - Large
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    Doorbell - Large
    Create a clean exterior aesthetic with the addition of a modern Doorbell. Available in two shapes, the Doorbell has a pared down design that fits a variety of architectural styles. Made in Germany. Large Doorbell can be installed with the button in any of the four corners. 3”x 3”, brushed stainless steel. The button (not illuminated) has a satisfying touch resistance and the brushed stainless steel complements our Neutra House Numbers. Installation hardware is included. Two wires connect behind the doorbell. Compatible with most existing bells.
  • Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Counter Stool
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    Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Counter Stool
    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. 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. Stackable up to 8 high. 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.
  • Bordato Illuminated Planter 23
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    Bordato Illuminated Planter 23
    Bordato Illuminated Planters merge manmade innovation with the natural world. They provide great lighting for pathways and corners indoors and out with their energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. Made of durable rotational-molded polyethylene, they won’t chip or peel. Additionally, they feature a patented drainage system that stops dirt from entering their interiors while keeping plants and trees healthy. Balancing form and function, Bordato Planters make a compelling design statement from private patios to public spaces and retail displays. Due to their light, manageable weight, these 100% recyclable commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies restricted by weight capacity rules. Bulb (included): 23W compact fluorescent. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Philippe Starck Bubble Club Sofa
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    Philippe Starck Bubble Club Sofa
    The chunky yet lightweight forms of Philippe Starck’s Bubble Club Sofa and Armchair (2000) recall classic Chesterfield styling in colorful, weatherproof, UV-resistant, roto-molded polypropylene. Rotational molding allows the polypropylene to have consistent wall thickness, stress-free corners and a lightweight, durable build. Durable enough for use in public spaces, the fade-resistant collection can be used indoors and out for upbeat lounge applications. Inset grooves alongside the seat provide water drainage. Manufactured in Italy by Kartell.
  • Piero Lissoni Lizz Chair
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    Piero Lissoni Lizz Chair
    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.” In 2005, Lissoni was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame, established to recognize those who have made significant contributions to design industry growth. His light, ultra-streamlined Lizz Chair (2007) was named after Liz Taylor, who may not have been flattered to know that the chair has a wide seat and backrest. Still, this comfortable chair has an understated elegance that’s hard to ignore. Lizz is fashioned as a single piece out of scratch- and weather-resistant technopolymer material using glass-blowing technology. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use and stackable up to six high. Made in Italy.
  • Boulevard Round Table
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    Boulevard Round Table
    Simple but functionally sound, the powder-coated Boulevard Tables (2008) are exceptional examples of everyday outdoor furniture. Their sturdy construction and multiuse design make them a smart solution for outdoor dining or entertaining by the pool. Durable and scratch-resistant, they also work well in office dining areas. Crafted from powder-coated steel with a clear lacquer finish, the table surfaces are resilient and corrosion resistant. Combining dependable strength and understated style, these versatile tables pair with the Café Chair or, with their neutral aesthetic, any other outdoor seating solution. Simple assembly required. Made in China. To protect the finish, cover this table or store it indoors when not in use.
  • Doorbell - Small
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    Doorbell - Small
    Create a clean exterior aesthetic with the addition of a modern Doorbell. Available in two shapes, the Doorbell has a pared down design that fits a variety of architectural styles. Made in Germany. Small Doorbell can be installed vertically or horizontally. 1.5”x5”, brushed stainless steel. The button (not illuminated) has a satisfying touch resistance and the brushed stainless steel complements our Neutra House Numbers. Installation hardware is included. Two wires connect behind the doorbell. Compatible with most existing bells.
  • Philippe Starck Prince Aha Stool
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    Philippe Starck Prince Aha Stool
    No one deconstructs traditional form like the subversively playful Philippe Starck. A kinetic piece, his Prince AHA Stool (1999) erases the distinction between seat and base, each becoming the other when the stool is turned upside down. Use it as a side table, foot stool or for additional seating. As an added benefit, the end caps are removable to create discreet, concealed storage. The Prince AHA, manufactured by Kartell, delights through mobility, color and shape - and proves that the unexpected is always refreshing.
  • Philippe Starck Bubble Club Armchair
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    Philippe Starck Bubble Club Armchair
    The chunky yet lightweight forms of Philippe Starck’s Bubble Club Sofa and Armchair (2000) recall classic Chesterfield styling in colorful, weatherproof, UV-resistant, roto-molded polypropylene. Rotational molding allows the polypropylene to have consistent wall thickness, stress-free corners and a lightweight, durable build. Durable enough for use in public spaces, the fade-resistant collection can be used indoors and out for upbeat lounge applications. Inset grooves alongside the seat provide water drainage. Manufactured in Italy by Kartell.
  • Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Barstool
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    Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Barstool
    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. 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. Stackable up to 8 high. 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.
  • Arne Quinze Primary Pouf
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    Arne Quinze Primary Pouf
    As much a conceptual artist as a designer, Arne Quinze has embraced an unconventional approach to his creations. Quinze got his start as a graffiti artist in Belgium and has gone on to find international success for his interiors, such as that of Rem Koolhaas’ Seattle Public Library, as well as his encompassing and ambitious art installations. “Artistic inspiration comes from very deep inside me,” Quinze says. “Some people are always thinking in words. I always think in images and forms.” The form of his Primary Pouf (2000) displays his nontraditional approach. Part seat, part table and part color statement, the Pouf consists of a large cube of all-weather patented foam that resists fading and degrading indoors and out. Made in Belgium. Bring indoors when not in use to help preserve color intensity.
  • Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Stool 18 in.
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    Xavier Pauchard Tolix® Marais Stool 18 in.
    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. 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. Stackable up to 8 high. 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.
  • Inox Table, Rectangular
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    Inox Table, Rectangular
    From a Swiss company that has prided itself on producing refined outdoor offerings since its founding in 1954, Inox Tables (1989) serve well in a number of settings – courtyards to backyards, streetside to poolside and more. These durable tables are smartly designed and finished to withstand heavy use and the elements. All borrow a convenient feature from antique tilt-top tables: hinges that allow their tops to be raised into a vertical position for compact storage. The stainless steel tops are embossed with an engine-turned scallop pattern that gives them a functional and attractive texture. Die-cast solid aluminum feet provide just enough heft for stability and are equipped with leveling glides to accommodate uneven surfaces. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Assembly required. Made in Switzerland.
  • Joan Casas i Ortinez Lucca Ottoman
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    Joan Casas i Ortinez Lucca Ottoman
    “Design for me means creating products that over the years will acquire classic status, becoming part of our surroundings,” said Joan Casas i Ortinez, the Spanish designer of the Lucca Collection (2003). Casas i Ortinez spent 49 years designing at Indecasa, an outdoor furniture company in Barcelona, eventually leading the creative team. Lucca pieces, designed with luxury hotels and cruise ships in mind, have frames constructed of corrosion-resistant aluminum and seating surfaces made of Textilene, an innovative mold- and UV-resistant mesh fabric that permits free air circulation for comfort. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Each piece ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in Spain.
  • Frank Gehry Left Twist Cube
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    Frank Gehry Left Twist Cube
    Frank Gehry’s love of architecture began at the age of 8 on the floor of his grandmother’s house while he was playing with different blocks of wood. He never lost his wondrous sense of play, which informs all his work and is instantly recognizable in his Gehry Outdoor Collection (2004). Best of Show winner at Neocon 2004, it’s a result of a collaboration with Heller, who asked him simply to “create furniture as unique and beautiful as his buildings.” This weatherproof collection is characterized by sculptural monolithic forms made of rotational-molded polyethylene in striking colors inspired by Gehry’s flower sculpture for French artist Sophie Calle. Each hollow single-piece form features consistent wall thickness and stress-free outer corners for supreme resistance to breakage. All are suitable for residential and commercial use indoors and out. Made in U.S.A.
  • Inox Table, Square
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    Inox Table, Square
    From a Swiss company that has prided itself on producing refined outdoor offerings since its founding in 1954, Inox Tables (1989) serve well in a number of settings – courtyards to backyards, streetside to poolside and more. These durable tables are smartly designed and finished to withstand heavy use and the elements. All borrow a convenient feature from antique tilt-top tables: hinges that allow their tops to be raised into a vertical position for compact storage. The stainless steel tops are embossed with an engine-turned scallop pattern that gives them a functional and attractive texture. Die-cast solid aluminum feet provide just enough heft for stability and are equipped with leveling glides to accommodate uneven surfaces. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Assembly required. Made in Switzerland.
  • Foster & Partners 20-06 Square Cafe Table
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    Foster & Partners 20-06 Square Cafe Table
    The 20-06 Square Café Table (2006), one of several Emeco seating and table options, was designed to provide a tabletop surface for the 20-06 Stacking Chair, as well as the Emeco 1006 Navy Chair. But it’s anonymous enough in design to work with most any chair. The hand-welded seamless construction is the result of a 77-step process developed in 1944 when Emeco first manufactured its 1006 Navy Chair for use on WWII submarines. The Table is part of a collection that began with the 20-06 Chair designed by architects Foster & Partners for the Smithsonian expansion in Washington, D.C. The inventive geometry and ecological considerations they bring to architecture are evident in the entire 20-06 table and seating series. With its indestructible anodized finish it is suitable for outdoor use or anywhere moisture can collect. Like it’s 20-06 counterparts, the Square Café Table has an estimated 150-year lifespan – longevity that means less impact on the earth’s resources. Contributes to LEED Certification Credit #4.2 Recycled Content. Made in U.S.A.
  • Foster & Partners 20-06 Stacking Chair Upholstered
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    Foster & Partners 20-06 Stacking Chair Upholstered
    An upholstered version of the 20-06 Stacking Chair, this chair is equally virtuous in its strength and lightness. Weighing just seven pounds, the frame of the 20-06 Chair (2006) is crafted out of 80% recycled aluminum and has a tensile strength three times that of steel. The hand-welded seamless construction is the result of a 77-step process developed in 1944 when Emeco first manufactured its 1006 Navy® Chair for use on WWII submarines. Designed by architects Foster and Partners for the Smithsonian expansion in Washington, D.C., the inventive geometry and ecological considerations they bring to architecture are evident in the entire 20-06 table and seating series. Both the 20-06 Chair and Upholstered Chair are stackable up to 10 high, and suitable for outdoor use. The chair has an estimated 150-year lifespan; longevity that means less impact on the earth's resources. Contributes to LEED Certification Credit #4.2 Recycled Content. Made in U.S.A.
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