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  • Ellen Van Dusen Dusen Dusen Towel
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    Ellen Van Dusen Dusen Dusen Towel
    Ellen Van Dusen studied the psychology of design and the brain’s reaction to visual stimuli at Tufts University. After graduating, she launched Brooklyn-based Dusen Dusen, a clothing line that soon became known for its lively original prints, then expanded the brand in 2015 to include bedding and towels. Dusen draws her inspiration from a variety of sources, such as midcentury resort architecture, Italian industrial design and Scandinavian textiles. Her wonderfully playful Dusen Dusen Towel (2015) is marked by vivid colors and bold patterns that captivate. It sports a jacquard weave, so its sides are opposites of each other. Machine washable. Made in China.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Café Table
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Café 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. Made in China.
  • Jaime Hayon Réaction Poétique Slim Centerpiece
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    Jaime Hayon Réaction Poétique Slim Centerpiece
    Spanish designer Jaime Hayon immersed himself as a teenager in both skateboard culture and graffiti art, which lie at the core of the bold and whimsical forms that he creates today. In 1997, after studying industrial design in Madrid and Paris, he joined Fabrica, a research center in Treviso, Italy, where he soon became the head of design. Hayon struck out on his own in 2003, first devising collections of ceramics and furniture, then delving into interior design. His work is featured in several museums and has received accolades from the likes of Time and Wallpaper. Réaction Poétique (2015) commemorates the 50-year anniversary of Le Corbusier’s death, inspired by the organic shapes of Le Corbusier’s architecture and his L’Esprit Nouveau artwork. “I wanted to create useful objects for the modern home such as trays and side tables, but with sculptural elements interplaying forms, light and shadow,” says Hayon. These sculptural pieces can be used for everything from passing hors d’oeuvres to displaying knickknacks. Each is carved and finished by hand and accompanied by an identity card to guarantee its authenticity. Made in Italy.
  • Henrik Pedersen Grid Corner Sectional with Table
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    Henrik Pedersen Grid Corner Sectional with Table
    Henrik Pedersen began his career as a fashion designer but expanded into graphic design and product development after founding 365°, his Denmark-based design studio. “Once you have been educated in design of any form, it’s quite easy to make the change,” Pedersen explains. “The creative mindset is the same; you just have to change your mental toolbox.” And speaking of flexibility, his Grid Collection (2014) consists of several modular units that can be combined or rearranged to meet changing needs. This is a collection designed to provide the equivalent of indoor comfort outdoors, meticulously crafted to withstand the elements and look great for years to come. It sports aluminum frames pretreated with chrome and electrostatically powder-coated for superior corrosion resistance, hand-finished solid teak tabletops and cushions fashioned from the same comfortable foam used for indoor sofas but constructed to keep out moisture. Made in Indonesia. Configuration can be changed from left to right and back again as desired.
  • Laurent Serin and Javier Gutierrez Carcache MW Magazine Rack
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    Laurent Serin and Javier Gutierrez Carcache MW Magazine Rack
    Designers Laurent Serin and Javier Gutierrez Carcache are the co-founders of Adónde, a small studio based in Paris. The duo strives to fashion accessories that adapt to the ways we live and improve our daily environments. “Our approach is minimalist and low tech. We want to make objects that are plain, that can be used differently and for different purposes,” explains Serin. “We feel that the more we simplify an object, the more it will be useful.” Their tubular metal MW Magazine Rack (2014) takes its name from the way the letters “M” and “W” are represented in its shape, depending on the viewing angle. Clean, lightweight and durable, it’s a sculptural solution for storage. Made in France.
  • Terence Woodgate Unison Square Coffee Table
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    Terence Woodgate Unison Square Coffee Table
    British industrial designer Terence Woodgate is a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI), the highest honor awarded to designers in the U.K. He’s known for his obsessive attention to detail, which is beautifully illustrated in his Unison Table (2011). Visually simple, this two-tier table is actually quite complex in its design. In place of fasteners and external hardware, Unison uses a lower shelf as the structural component to hold the legs firmly in position. Its glass tabletop rests on neoprene pads, and Woodgate had to be sure to get the weight just right to make the pads grip sufficiently. Visible through the tabletop is the lower shelf with exquisitely cut half-sawn wood veneer. Made in Slovenia.
  • Lucia DeRespinis Nelson Turbine Clock
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    Lucia DeRespinis Nelson Turbine Clock
    The Turbine Clock (1957) is one of more than 150 clocks designed by George Nelson Associates for the Howard Miller Clock Company, which sold them from 1949 into the 1980s. Nelson Associates, first launched as a studio by George Nelson in 1947 in New York City, employed some of the most celebrated designers of the time, including Irving Harper, Don Ervin and Charles Pollock, all of whom contributed to the clocks. Until its closure in the mid-1980s, the company designed a range of products for many clients, including Herman Miller, Inc., which was established in 1923 by Howard Miller’s brother-in-law, D.J. De Pree. A bit of family history: De Pree also founded the Herman Miller Clock Company in 1926 but turned it over in 1937 to Howard, who renamed it. As for the identity of Herman Miller, he was Howard’s father and De Pree’s father-in-law. The Miller companies are not affiliated but stand across the street from one another in Zeeland, Michigan. Turbine was designed by Harper and Lucia DeRespinis. It appeared in the original Miller brochure as Model 2240. This is an authentic Nelson Clock, produced by Vitra Design Museum. Uses one AA battery (included). Made in Poland.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Grace Armchair
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    Samuel Wilkinson Grace Armchair
    Samuel Wilkinson thrives on bringing elegance and “a bit of soul,” in his words, to extremely functional products, which is why the Italian manufacturer EMU commissioned him to create a collection that blurs the boundary between indoor and outdoor furniture. Wilkinson met their request and took it a step further, designing the Grace Collection (2014) to be equally at home in residential and commercial settings. With a nod toward the graceful lines of 20th-century wood furniture, he resorted to die-cast aluminum for durability and weather resistance. “I wanted to create something people can enjoy for a long time because it works so well,” he explains. Made in Italy.
  • BassamFellows Bolster Armchair in Fabric
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    BassamFellows Bolster Armchair in Fabric
    Craig Bassam is an architect and designer whose career started with Bruce Eeles, a disciple of Marcel Breuer. His partner, Scott Fellows, is a Harvard MBA who transformed the Swiss firm Bally. Together they are BassamFellows, described as “the design world’s A-team” by The Times of London. In 2010, they started collaborating with the Michigan-based company Herman Miller to develop refined seating that complements the classic works by Eames, Nelson and Noguchi. The Bolster Sofa Collection (2014) is one of the results of this special union, delivering an inviting and thoughtfully scaled solution for spaces large and small. Taking its name for the shape of its horizontal pillows, Bolster provides supportive upright sitting as well as plush comfort for those times when you want to stretch out and relax. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jonah Takagi Tier Side Table
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    Jonah Takagi Tier Side Table
    Born in Tokyo and raised in New England, Jonah Takagi earned a bachelor’s degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. Pursuing his two passions, he spent the last decade designing furniture and playing bass guitar for several indie rock bands. Unfortunately, being on the road gave him little time to showcase his furniture, leaving him with a house full of products no one had seen. To showcase his growing body of work, he founded Atelier Takagi in 2005. His Tier Table (2015) draws from the architectural language of modernist 1960s high-rises. Featuring legs that have been relocated from the corners to the sides, this is a modern table that’s firmly planted on the ground, with tiered shelves for extra storage. Made in Taiwan.
  • Jaime Hayon Réaction Poétique Hello Centerpiece
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    Jaime Hayon Réaction Poétique Hello Centerpiece
    Spanish designer Jaime Hayon immersed himself as a teenager in both skateboard culture and graffiti art, which lie at the core of the bold and whimsical forms that he creates today. In 1997, after studying industrial design in Madrid and Paris, he joined Fabrica, a research center in Treviso, Italy, where he soon became the head of design. Hayon struck out on his own in 2003, first devising collections of ceramics and furniture, then delving into interior design. His work is featured in several museums and has received accolades from the likes of Time and Wallpaper. Réaction Poétique (2015) commemorates the 50-year anniversary of Le Corbusier’s death, inspired by the organic shapes of Le Corbusier’s architecture and his L’Esprit Nouveau artwork. “I wanted to create useful objects for the modern home such as trays and side tables, but with sculptural elements interplaying forms, light and shadow,” says Hayon. These sculptural pieces can be used for everything from passing hors d’oeuvres to displaying knickknacks. Each is carved and finished by hand and accompanied by an identity card to guarantee its authenticity. Made in Italy.
  • Softline Design Team Drum Pouf, Cocktail
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    Softline Design Team Drum Pouf, Cocktail
    Based in Denmark, Softline has been designing and producing unique, multifunctional furniture since 1979. Inspired by what it explains simply as “the joy of living,” the company has created elegant, colorful and playful products for homes and businesses worldwide. When designing the Drum Pouf (2009), the goal was to create a functional, comfortable piece of furniture that could work in a variety of ways. Capable of accommodating work and play, this versatile piece serves as an oversized table or ottoman, as well as a seat for an impromptu group meeting or party. Flexible and low-maintenance, it’s easy to move around as required and comes fitted with a removable cover for easy cleaning. Made in Denmark.
  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model n411 Floor Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model n411 Floor Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this mobile lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole.Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • Arne Jacobsen City Hall Alarm Clock
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    Arne Jacobsen City Hall Alarm Clock
    Arne Jacobsen originally conceived his City Hall Clock (1956) for the Rødovre City Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark. In this tabletop alarm clock size, the clock face has the same graphic that Jacobsen designed for the city hall. Its clean face has bold white lines in lieu of numerals for hours and simple white dots for designating minutes. The alarm is a pleasant sounding bell – very old school – and snooze is activated with a light tap on the top of the clock. To see what time it is during the night, tap the top for a touch-sensor LED light that automatically shuts off. The City Hall Clock features a precision quartz movement powered by two AA batteries (not included). This is an authentic Arne Jacobsen clock manufactured by Rosendahl Timepieces. Made in China.
  • Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid One-Arm Chair in Leather, Right
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    Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid One-Arm Chair in Leather, Right
    Not just for sitting, the Reid Collection (2007) invites you to watch movies, take a nap or surf on a laptop. Maximizing the enjoyment of downtime is something Jeffrey Bernett is passionate about since he spends a fair bit of his free time doing extreme sports, and he held nothing back when creating Reid with design partner Nicholas Dodziuk. Unlike sofas where you sit “on top” of the cushions, Reid is more of a “relaxed sit” thanks to down- and feather-wrapped foam. The seat depths suit various lounging positions, and the wide armrests offer support from elbow to wrist. Discreet legs further the streamlined appearance. Made in U.S.A. Mix and match Reid modular pieces to create the configuration of your dreams.
  • Angelo Mangiarotti Trio Bud Vases, Set of 3
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    Angelo Mangiarotti Trio Bud Vases, Set of 3
    In celebration of the “feeding the planet” theme of the Milan World’s Fair Expo 2015, George Beylerian curated the De Gustibus Collection, an assortment of dining-related objects by the best Italian designers of the past 50 years. The collection’s name is a nod toward the Latin maxim De gustibus non est disputandum , which means, “In matters of taste, there can be no disputes.” Drawing on his experience as an architect and sculptor, Angelo Mangiarotti created his porcelain Trio Bud Vases (1964) to capture the dynamic relationship between interior and exterior, void and solid. Hand-wash only. Made in China. Set includes small, medium and large vases.
  • 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.
  • Lattice Towels, Set of 4
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    Lattice Towels, Set of 4
    The secret behind the remarkable plushness of waffle-textured Lattice Towels (2012) lies in their makeup. They’re gently woven from ultra-fine garment-quality cotton thread on traditional Japanese looms to maintain thread integrity and offer a level of softness that modern machinery simply can’t match, then vigorously rinsed with spring water. Try them and we think you’ll agree: These towels are some of the most luxurious around. They’re also extra absorbent, quick to dry and resistant to shrinkage. Machine washable. Made in Japan. Set includes washcloth, hand towel, small bath towel and large bath towel.
  • Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Belleville Side Chair
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    Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Belleville Side Chair
    Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec founded their own design firm in 1999, where they work on everything from architectural projects to utilitarian items such as furniture, tableware and home accessories. The brothers are primarily focused on and dedicated to the organization of interior spaces, and they believe that “a designer should be able to observe and to understand the context,” says Ronan. Their Belleville Chair (2014) is named for the vibrant neighborhood where their firm is located, a bustling Parisian quarter with bistros, bars and cafés frequented by international clientele. Redefining the classic bistro chair, it pushes boundaries of traditional production techniques, with a sinuous slender frame that accentuates an almost impossibly thin flowing seat. Suitable for use indoors and out and lightweight for easy carrying and arrangement. Stacks up to six high. Made in Germany.
  • José Joaquim Ribeiro Goa Flatware, 20-Piece Set
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    José Joaquim Ribeiro Goa Flatware, 20-Piece Set
    Constructed of durable brushed stainless steel with sleek black resin handles, Goa Flatware (2010) is produced by a third-generation family-run business that melds solid engineering, modern machining and traditional craftsmanship to stunning effect. The company takes the same precise approach to creating flatware as it would to fashioning tools, evident in Goa’s ergonomic design, perfect balance and meticulous finish. This set includes four five-piece settings, each of which comprises a salad fork, dinner fork, knife, soupspoon and teaspoon. Dishwasher safe. Made in Portugal.
  • Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Right
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    Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Right
    A DWR best-seller for over a decade, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Henrik Pedersen Grid Coffee Table
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    Henrik Pedersen Grid Coffee Table
    Henrik Pedersen began his career as a fashion designer but expanded into graphic design and product development after founding 365°, his Denmark-based design studio. “Once you have been educated in design of any form, it’s quite easy to make the change,” Pedersen explains. “The creative mindset is the same; you just have to change your mental toolbox.” And speaking of flexibility, his Grid Collection (2014) consists of several modular units that can be combined or rearranged to meet changing needs. This is a collection designed to provide the equivalent of indoor comfort outdoors, meticulously crafted to withstand the elements and look great for years to come. It sports aluminum frames pretreated with chrome and electrostatically powder-coated for superior corrosion resistance, hand-finished solid teak tabletops and cushions fashioned from the same comfortable foam used for indoor sofas but constructed to keep out moisture. Made in Indonesia.
  • Bantam 73" Sofa in Leather
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    Bantam 73" Sofa in Leather
    A DWR best-seller for over a decade, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Milo Baughman Drum Coffee Table
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    Milo Baughman Drum Coffee Table
    “Furniture that is too obviously designed,” said Milo Baughman, “is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums.” While we could certainly see his Drum Table (1970s) in a museum, it would earn its place there for its simplicity and lack of unnecessary ornamentation. Distilling the idea of an occasional table to its simplest form, Baughman’s cylindrical design draws you in with its smoothness and warmth. It features seams that are painstakingly welded, ground and polished by hand until they blend in as much as possible. Once constructed, Drum is coated with bronze, oxidized and hand-relieved to give it a unique patina, eschewing the sterility of machine-made pieces. It includes leveling floor glides to compensate for uneven surfaces. Made in U.S.A.
  • Kristine Five Melvær Mikkel Throw
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    Kristine Five Melvær Mikkel Throw
    Based in Oslo, Norway, Kristine Five Melvær holds master’s degrees in industrial design from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and visual communication from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Through her work, Melvær investigates and bridges the disciplines of product design and graphic design, focusing on realizing communicative potential of different objects andas a means to create emotional bonds with users. Simple yet sensuous, her Mikkel Throw (2015) is the result of inspiration from the Bauhaus movement and traditional Norwegian weaving techniques. It’s fashioned from boldly colored heavy wool that requires minimal care, produced without harsh chemicals. Made in Norway.
  • Jesús Gasca Lau Console Table
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    Jesús Gasca Lau Console Table
    Jesús Gasca is the principal designer at Stua, a furniture company he founded in 1983 in San Sebastián, Spain. With his company’s name standing for solo tengo un amor – “I have only one love” – it is Gasca’s mission to improve the habitat in which we live. For 30 years, Stua has produced commercial-quality, eco-friendly furniture for clients around the world, from the W Hotel in Seoul to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Combining innovativewith simple shapes, the Lau Console Table (2013) is in keeping with the Stua philosophy and satisfies a need for a smartly scaled console or desk. Standing just under 29 inches tall, it fits nicely behind most DWR sofas. Ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in Spain.
  • Milo Baughman Drum Side Table
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    Milo Baughman Drum Side Table
    “Furniture that is too obviously designed,” said Milo Baughman, “is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums.” While we could certainly see his Drum Table (1970s) in a museum, it would earn its place there for its simplicity and lack of unnecessary ornamentation. Distilling the idea of an occasional table to its simplest form, Baughman’s cylindrical design draws you in with its smoothness and warmth. It features seams that are painstakingly welded, ground and polished by hand until they blend in as much as possible. Once constructed, Drum is coated with bronze, oxidized and hand-relieved to give it a unique patina, eschewing the sterility of machine-made pieces. It includes leveling floor glides to compensate for uneven surfaces. Made in U.S.A.
  • Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Armchair
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    Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Armchair
    Josef Hoffmann is well known for the simple, restrained, yet visually interesting dining chairs – several intended for cafés – that he designed early in the 20th century. The influence of the Arts and Crafts movement can be seen in his work, but Hoffmann also embraced the industrial age. Rather than rejecting traditional decoration, he succeeded in making it serve structural principles, which he believed should determine the forms of buildings, interiors and objects. Whether admiring one of his chairs or the Sanatorium Purkersdorf he designed in 1903, you can see Hoffmann’s emphasis on straight, unadorned lines, characteristics that are in keeping with the style of the Viennese Secession. The Hoffmann Armchair (1925), designed in collaboration with Josef Frank, is made at the bentwood factory founded by Michael Thonet in 1861. Made in the Czech Republic.
  • Gordon Guillaumier Cage Bedside Table
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    Gordon Guillaumier Cage Bedside Table
    Educated throughout Europe, Gordon Guillaumier earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial design from Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) and the Domus Academy, respectively. From there, Guillaumier apprenticed with Baleri Associati before starting a collaboration with architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni. In 2002, he opened his own design studio in Milan, specializing in product and interior design. His alluring Cage Table Collection (2010), like many of his other works, is marked by its subtly flowing geometry. These tables feature precision-shaped one-piece bent steel bases that transition smoothly into platforms for their laminate or marble tabletops, which are fashioned to withstand years of use and a cinch to clean. Made in Italy.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Queen Bed in Leather, Oak
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Queen Bed in Leather, Oak
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • Aldo Cibic Paesaggio Italiano, Set of 9
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    Aldo Cibic Paesaggio Italiano, Set of 9
    In celebration of the “feeding the planet” overall theme of the Milan World’s Fair Expo 2015, George Beylerian curated the De Gustibus Collection, an assortment of dining-related objects by the best Italian designers of the past 50 years. The collection’s name is a nod toward the Latin maxim De gustibus non est disputandum , which means, “In matters of taste, there can be no disputes.” The work of architect, designer and professor Aldo Cibic, Paesaggio Italiano (2015) is a kitchenware set in vibrant colors, including three small stacking trays, small vase, salt and pepper shakers, toothpick holder and sauce dispenser, all resting on a carrying tray. Dishwasher safe. Made in China.
  • Terence Woodgate Unison Side Table
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    Terence Woodgate Unison Side Table
    British industrial designer Terence Woodgate is a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI), the highest honor awarded to designers in the U.K. He’s known for his obsessive attention to detail, which is beautifully illustrated in his Unison Table (2011). Visually simple, this two-tier table is actually quite complex in its design. In place of fasteners and external hardware, Unison uses a lower shelf as the structural component to hold the legs firmly in position. Its glass tabletop rests on neoprene pads, and Woodgate had to be sure to get the weight just right to make the pads grip sufficiently. Visible through the tabletop is the lower shelf with exquisitely cut half-sawn wood veneer. Made in Slovenia.
  • Flemming Busk Twilight Sleeper Sofa
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    Flemming Busk Twilight Sleeper Sofa
    Winner of a furniture competition at the Århus School of Architecture in Denmark in 1999, Flemming Busk’s Twilight Sleep Sofa distills the concept of a convertible couch to a simple cylinder and rectangle. A compact and nicely scaled sofa, the bolster pillow adjusts to three different positions for customized seat depths (19.5"/23"/34.75") and lumbar support. The Twilight offers further options by converting into a daybed, queen-size bed or two twin beds. To transform Twilight into a comfortable sleeping space for two, simply move the bolster out of the way and place the top cushion on the floor. The two mattresses, when pushed together are larger than a queen-size bed, but not quite as large as a king. For sheets, use two twin extra-long fitted sheets with coordinating flat sheets or one king-size flat sheet. A great small space solution, Twilight turns any room into a guest room. The slipcover is removable for cleaning and is welted at the seams with contrast piping for a clean aesthetic. Casters on the rear legs make for easy mobility. Made in Denmark.
  • Scott Bridgens and Simon James Geometric Tri LED Pendant
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    Scott Bridgens and Simon James Geometric Tri LED Pendant
    Handcrafted in New Zealand, the Geometric Tri LED Pendant (2013) is the brainchild of Scott Bridgens and Simon James, who founded their company Resident on a desire to give customers “an authentic blend of craft and innovation.” Their Auckland-based design and manufacturing business produces a refined and carefully planned assortment of furniture and lighting. To create Tri, the designers paired cutting-edge LED technology with a slim yet substantial brass frame that appears to hover in air, spending months testing lights until they found the perfect warm hue. The beautiful quality of light “will have a deep intrinsic effect on the viewer,” explains Bridgens. “For some it will be very subtle and for others it will be profound, but this is something that will affect people.” A recessed diffuser furthers the pleasing qualities of the light. The frame hangs from three thin wires, two of which supply electricity. Bulbs (included): LED strips. UL Listed. Made in New Zealand.
  • Tobia Scarpa Hands Up Bowl
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    Tobia Scarpa Hands Up Bowl
    In celebration of the “feeding the planet” theme of the Milan World’s Fair Expo 2015, George Beylerian curated the De Gustibus Collection, an assortment of dining-related objects by the best Italian designers of the past 50 years. The collection’s name is a nod toward the Latin maxim De gustibus non est disputandum , which means, “In matters of taste, there can be no disputes.” Conceived by Tobia Scarpa, whose work is included in the permanent collection of the Louvre and many other museums worldwide, the Hands Up Bowl (2015) was originally crafted in silver in 1998 and is now available in epoxy-coated steel. Made in China.
  • Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Cocktail Mixer with Spoon
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    Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Cocktail Mixer with Spoon
    Originally sketched on a napkin in 1964, it took three years and new technology to make Arne Jacobsen’s Cylinda Line (1967) stainless steel barware possible to produce. Jacobsen insisted on seamless tubes with perfect brushed surfaces, and he continued to add new pieces – some designed by Peter Holmblad – to the collection until 1974. An immediate success, Cylinda Line was awarded the 1967 ID Prize by the Danish Design Council, and pieces of the line are included in the permanent collections of MoMA and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Made in China.
  • Henrik Pedersen Grid Double Chaise
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    Henrik Pedersen Grid Double Chaise
    Henrik Pedersen began his career as a fashion designer but expanded into graphic design and product development after founding 365°, his Denmark-based design studio. “Once you have been educated in design of any form, it’s quite easy to make the change,” Pedersen explains. “The creative mindset is the same; you just have to change your mental toolbox.” And speaking of flexibility, his Grid Collection (2014) consists of several modular units that can be combined or rearranged to meet changing needs. This is a collection designed to provide the equivalent of indoor comfort outdoors, meticulously crafted to withstand the elements and look great for years to come. It sports aluminum frames pretreated with chrome and electrostatically powder-coated for superior corrosion resistance, hand-finished solid teak tabletops and cushions fashioned from the same comfortable foam used for indoor sofas but constructed to keep out moisture. Made in Indonesia.
  • Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Ice Bucket
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    Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Ice Bucket
    Originally sketched on a napkin in 1964, it took three years and new technology to make Arne Jacobsen’s Cylinda Line (1967) stainless steel barware possible to produce. Jacobsen insisted on seamless tubes with perfect brushed surfaces, and he continued to add new pieces – some designed by Peter Holmblad – to the collection until 1974. An immediate success, Cylinda Line was awarded the 1967 ID Prize by the Danish Design Council, and pieces of the line are included in the permanent collections of MoMA and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Made in China.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Pendant Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Pendant Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Mario Bellini Stella Chopsticks, Set of 6 Pairs
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    Mario Bellini Stella Chopsticks, Set of 6 Pairs
    In celebration of the “feeding the planet” theme of the Milan World’s Fair Expo 2015, George Beylerian curated the De Gustibus Collection, an assortment of dining-related objects by the best Italian designers of the past 50 years. The collection’s name is a nod toward the Latin maxim De gustibus non est disputandum , which means, “In matters of taste, there can be no disputes.” Architect Mario Bellini improves on the common chopstick with his fun and colorful Stella Chopsticks (2015), giving them facets for easy gripping. Dishwasher safe. Made in China. Set includes six pairs in different colors.
  • Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet Masters Barstool
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    Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet Masters Barstool
    Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet pay homage to three different midcentury modern masters in one sleek, versatile indoor-outdoor seat. The Masters Barstool (2010) weaves together the back silhouettes of Jacobsen’s Series 7™ Chair, the Eameses’ Molded Shell Chair and Saarinen’s Tulip™ Armchair to create something entirely new. Lightweight and durable, the Masters Barstool has a wide, roomy seat, with a backrest that 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. Stacks up to four high. Made in Italy.
  • Bantam 86" Sofa in Leather
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    Bantam 86" Sofa in Leather
    A DWR best-seller for over a decade, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Henrik Pedersen Grid Sofa with Chaise
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    Henrik Pedersen Grid Sofa with Chaise
    Henrik Pedersen began his career as a fashion designer but expanded into graphic design and product development after founding 365°, his Denmark-based design studio. “Once you have been educated in design of any form, it’s quite easy to make the change,” Pedersen explains. “The creative mindset is the same; you just have to change your mental toolbox.” And speaking of flexibility, his Grid Collection (2014) consists of several modular units that can be combined or rearranged to meet changing needs. This is a collection designed to provide the equivalent of indoor comfort outdoors, meticulously crafted to withstand the elements and look great for years to come. It sports aluminum frames pretreated with chrome and electrostatically powder-coated for superior corrosion resistance, hand-finished solid teak tabletops and cushions fashioned from the same comfortable foam used for indoor sofas but constructed to keep out moisture. Made in Indonesia. Configuration can be changed from left to right and back again as desired.
  • Verner Panton Mirror Throw
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    Verner Panton Mirror Throw
    Verner Panton studied at the renowned Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Upon finishing his schooling, he apprenticed at Arne Jacobsen’s architectural practice before establishing his own design studio in 1955. Although Panton was influenced by Jacobsen’s organic modern approach, he first established himself at the forefront of the avant-garde with furniture based on geometric forms and use of strong colors. Panton is regarded today as a major contributor to the development of modern design in the second half of the 20th century. The Mirror Throw (1973) is one of his most iconic graphic designs, originally conceived for the famous Visiona II fantasy environment that he created for the Cologne Furniture Fair in 1970. This plush merino wool throw features Verpan’s trademark geometric shapes in two hues that play off each other. Made in Lithuania.
  • Softline Design Team Duet Daybed
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    Softline Design Team Duet Daybed
    Based in Denmark, Softline has been designing and producing unique, multifunctional furniture since 1979. Inspired by what it explains simply as “the joy of living,” the company has created elegant, colorful and playful products for homes and businesses worldwide. Its Duet Daybed (1992) effortlessly converts into two twin beds or one 64.5" x 80" bed that’s slightly larger than queen-size – giving you more versatility than the typical sleeper. Includes a feather-filled pillow held in place with a velcro strap. Made in Denmark.
  • Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Serving Tray
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    Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Serving Tray
    Originally sketched on a napkin in 1964, it took three years and new technology to make Arne Jacobsen’s Cylinda Line (1967) stainless steel barware possible to produce. Jacobsen insisted on seamless tubes with perfect brushed surfaces, and he continued to add new pieces – some designed by Peter Holmblad – to the collection until 1974. An immediate success, Cylinda Line was awarded the 1967 ID Prize by the Danish Design Council, and pieces of the line are included in the permanent collections of MoMA and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Made in China.
  • Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Corkscrew
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    Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Corkscrew
    Originally sketched on a napkin in 1964, it took three years and new technology to make Arne Jacobsen’s Cylinda Line (1967) stainless steel barware possible to produce. Jacobsen insisted on seamless tubes with perfect brushed surfaces, and he continued to add new pieces – some designed by Peter Holmblad – to the collection until 1974. An immediate success, Cylinda Line was awarded the 1967 ID Prize by the Danish Design Council, and pieces of the line are included in the permanent collections of MoMA and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Made in China.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Throw Pillow in Leather
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Throw Pillow in Leather
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. This pillow complements all the other pieces in the collection with its luxurious feel and matching upholstery. Made in Italy.
  • Henrik Pedersen Grid Two-Seater Sofa
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    Henrik Pedersen Grid Two-Seater Sofa
    Henrik Pedersen began his career as a fashion designer but expanded into graphic design and product development after founding 365°, his Denmark-based design studio. “Once you have been educated in design of any form, it’s quite easy to make the change,” Pedersen explains. “The creative mindset is the same; you just have to change your mental toolbox.” And speaking of flexibility, his Grid Collection (2014) consists of several modular units that can be combined or rearranged to meet changing needs. This is a collection designed to provide the equivalent of indoor comfort outdoors, meticulously crafted to withstand the elements and look great for years to come. It sports aluminum frames pretreated with chrome and electrostatically powder-coated for superior corrosion resistance, hand-finished solid teak tabletops and cushions fashioned from the same comfortable foam used for indoor sofas but constructed to keep out moisture. Made in Indonesia.
  • Enrique Delamo and Angel Martí Aura Tall Cabinet
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    Enrique Delamo and Angel Martí Aura Tall Cabinet
    With Treku since 2010, Enrique Delamo has a fashion design degree from Escuela Peris Torres, and Angel Martí holds degrees in industrial design and product design from EASD Valencia and IED Milan, respectively. Together they conceived the Aura Tall Cabinet (2011), an eye-pleasing two-tone storage solution that boasts clean lines and fine craftsmanship. The raised steel base imparts the unit with a visual lightness that belies its exceptional sturdiness. Aura is finished partly in wood veneer, partly in lacquer for warmth and striking contrast. Includes three closed compartments, each with a stationary shelf, as well as an open cubby. Ships fully assembled. Made in Spain.
  • Bantam Armchair in Leather
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    Bantam Armchair in Leather
    A DWR best-seller for over a decade, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • Jesús Gasca Deneb Wood Table
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    Jesús Gasca Deneb Wood Table
    Jesús Gasca is the principal designer at Stua, a furniture company that he founded in 1983 in San Sebastián, Spain. With his company’s name standing for solo tengo un amor – “I have only one love” – it’s Gasca’s mission to improve the habitat in which we live. His Deneb Table (1987) is an elegant solution for dining or workspace. The precision-engineered frame is assembled from four components that fit seamlessly together in support of the wood top. Clean-cut V-shaped legs are configured to increase stability and allow two or more tables to be put together for a unified ensemble. Simple assembly required. Made in Spain.
  • Piero Lissoni Softwall Cal. King Bed in Leather
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    Piero Lissoni Softwall Cal. King Bed in Leather
    One of the world’s most sought-after architects and designers, Piero Lissoni was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 2005 for his many significant contributions to the industry. From buildings to yachts to furniture, this gregarious and charming Italian works magic with his simple lines, striving to create interiors that are “clean and more or less silent,” in his own words. He likens his Softwall Bed (2004) to an island in how its soft perimeter completely surrounds the sleeping space, which is “large and calm, like the sea.” Sitting very low to the floor, this sleek, sexy bed is in keeping with the taste of Lissoni’s European clients, with a headboard wrapped in goose down and generous padding throughout to further the luxurious experience. Made in Italy.
  • Pablo Pardo Cortina 60" Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Cortina 60" Floor Lamp
    Defined by a structural and material simplicity, the Cortina Floor Lamps and Table Lamp (2000) by Pablo Pardo simultaneously contain and diffuse light. The compact polycarbonate shade is virtually architectural, a thin rectangle of transparency that delineates the form and filters light through an external fabric diffuser, which is stretched over the top, down to the base. The floor lamps may be tucked beside a sofa, or placed in a corner, being well suited to today's versatile environments in which efficiency of space and versatility are key, while the table lamp provides unique secondary lighting on a bedside table or reception desk. Bulbs included: two 60W par 16 halogen. Full-range dimmer.
  • Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Full Bed in Leather, Walnut
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    Jeffrey Bernett, Nicholas Dodziuk and Piotr Woronkowicz Parallel Full Bed in Leather, Walnut
    Designer Jeffrey Bernett was being a bit cheeky with the name of his Parallel Bedroom Collection (2013), given that it features beds with headboards shaped more like trapezoids. However, we think the name still fits because this is indeed a collection without parallel when it comes to choices. You can equip your bed with a standard or extra-wide headboard, oak or walnut frame and fabric or leather upholstery, then opt for side tables and under-bed storage, as well as dressers tall and wide. Parallel is more than a bed – it’s a system for an entire room. Assembly required for beds. Made in U.S.A.
  • DWR Aerocotton Towel Set
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    DWR Aerocotton Towel Set
    Made of 100% Turkish cotton, these towels are crafted using an innovative spinning process – known as Aerocotton – that creates ultra-soft and wonderfully plush towels. In addition, this process creates a larger surface area for the yarns, which translates into superior absorbency for you. DWR Aerocotton Towels (2011) are woven into a nice 700-gram weight (not too heavy, not too light), and then combed for extra softness. In keeping with a simple, modern aesthetic, there is no “dobby” or decorative banner on these towels, and the functional tag doubles as a hanger. Even after repeated washings, these towels retain their fluffy appearance and soft hand. Machine washable. Made in Turkey. This set includes one bath towel, one hand towel and one wash cloth.
  • Isamu Noguchi Noguchi® Rudder Table
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    Isamu Noguchi Noguchi® Rudder Table
    Following his apprenticeship with the legendary Constantin Brancusi, sculptor Isamu Noguchi began to experiment in environmental design, theatrical sets and, eventually, product design. He created his first furniture prototypes for Herman Miller in 1942, later going on to work with other companies such as Steuben and Zenith. His Rudder Table (1949) features an asymmetrical form composed of mixed: warm wood and sleek chromed steel. The shape of its top – the same as that of the renowned Noguchi® Table – and the combination of metal and wood legs are true to Noguchi’s original design. At a quick glance, the subtle metal hairpin legs almost disappear, suggesting the top rests solely on the rudder-shaped wood leg, imparting airiness to the whole. This is the authentic Noguchi Rudder Table produced by Herman Miller. Ships flat; simple assembly required. Made in U.S.A.
  • Mogens Lassen Kubus 4 Candleholder
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    Mogens Lassen Kubus 4 Candleholder
    A pioneer of Danish functionalism, architect Mogens Lassen approached his design work with mathematical precision. His Kubus Candleholder (1962) is a reaction against traditional candlesticks, which he saw as overly ornate and convoluted. Consisting of only the outline of a cube, it is a simple and angular design. Made of copper-plated steel, the Kubus is polished by hand, making each one unique. Like all copper, the Kubus will develop a rich green patina over time, or it can be polished to maintain its original luster. This licensed classic has been brought back into production by the designer’s grandson, Søren Lassen. Candles not included. Made in Denmark.
  • BassamFellows Bolster Armchair in Leather
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    BassamFellows Bolster Armchair in Leather
    Craig Bassam is an architect and designer whose career started with Bruce Eeles, a disciple of Marcel Breuer. His partner, Scott Fellows, is a Harvard MBA who transformed the Swiss firm Bally. Together they are BassamFellows, described as “the design world’s A-team” by The Times of London. In 2010, they started collaborating with the Michigan-based company Herman Miller to develop refined seating that complements the classic works by Eames, Nelson and Noguchi. The Bolster Sofa Collection (2014) is one of the results of this special union, delivering an inviting and thoughtfully scaled solution for spaces large and small. Taking its name for the shape of its horizontal pillows, Bolster provides supportive upright sitting as well as plush comfort for those times when you want to stretch out and relax. Made in U.S.A. Bolster features soft, pliable cushions that allow its leather to stretch and loosen a bit more than on other designs, resulting in a plush, well-used look that adds warmth and character over time.
  • Pablo Pardo Swell Narrow LED Pendant
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    Pablo Pardo Swell Narrow LED Pendant
    Venezuela-born Pablo Pardo graduated in 1986 with an industrial design degree from the University of Cincinnati. In 1993, he established Pablo Designs in San Francisco, a studio that has since gained international recognition for its creations. The studio operates with the belief that the right lighting can transform almost any environment, challenging traditional designs with innovative solutions that distill lighting down to its bare essence: form and light. Inspired by the organic shape of a water droplet, the Swell Pendant (2014) combines a seamlessly flowing aluminum housing, reflective anodized brass interior and energy-efficient LED technology to provide fully dimmable glare-free illumination. Suitable for indoor and outdoor residential and commercial spaces alike. Use alone or mix and match multiples to create dynamic groupings. Bulb (included): 14W/E26 LED. UL Listed for damp sheltered outdoor locations. Made in China.
  • Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Ice Tongs
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    Arne Jacobsen and Peter Holmblad Cylinda Line Ice Tongs
    Originally sketched on a napkin in 1964, it took three years and new technology to make Arne Jacobsen’s Cylinda Line (1967) stainless steel barware possible to produce. Jacobsen insisted on seamless tubes with perfect brushed surfaces, and he continued to add new pieces – some designed by Peter Holmblad – to the collection until 1974. An immediate success, Cylinda Line was awarded the 1967 ID Prize by the Danish Design Council, and pieces of the line are included in the permanent collections of MoMA and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Made in China.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Bar-Height Table
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Bar-Height 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. Made in China.
  • Claesson Koivisto Rune Fluid Pendant
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    Claesson Koivisto Rune Fluid Pendant
    “We wanted to give the lamp a form with a certain softness, towards a more natural language and further removed from pure geometry,” says the team behind the Fluid Pendant (2011), Claesson Koivisto Rune. “Fascinated by the way that surface tension governs the curvature of a resting water droplet, we have tried to capture its essence.” With movement, flow and a respect for the beauty that comes with handcrafting, the team has created a versatile opalescent glass pendant. In its simplicity of form and color – all parts of the lamp, including the cord, are white – the Fluid Pendant creates a warm, inviting glow for the dining room, kitchen or anywhere else soft lighting is desired. Claesson Koivisto Rune is an innovative Swedish design house, founded in Stockholm in 1995. “The only things that are important to us,” says the company, “are to develop, to improve and never to repeat.” Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19 max. Made in China.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames® Plywood Elephant
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    Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames® Plywood Elephant
    Charles and Ray Eames were fascinated by elephants. Many images of these gentle giants are found in Charles' photographic documentations of Indian culture and the circus world. The Eames Plywood Elephant (1945) is among the plywood pieces designed by the Eameses and one of the most difficult to produce. In the early 1940s, they successfully developed an innovative method for molding plywood into three-dimensional shapes, which they used to produce a wide range of furniture and sculptural objects. To render the Elephant, tight angles and compound curves require a sophisticated mastery of plywood technology. It was so complicated that the full-size Plywood Elephant never went into production. Only two prototypes were made, both of which were displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in 1945 and 1946. Today only one known model remains in the possession of the Eames family. Vitra Design Museum has reproduced the Plywood Elephant at a scale of 1:6. True to the original pieces in structure and, the miniatures are precision-crafted, making them a thoughtful gift for a furniture lover or design professional. Each miniature comes handsomely packaged in a wood box with an informational booklet. Made in Poland.
  • Pablo Pardo Swell Wide LED Pendant
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    Pablo Pardo Swell Wide LED Pendant
    Venezuela-born Pablo Pardo graduated in 1986 with an industrial design degree from the University of Cincinnati. In 1993, he established Pablo Designs in San Francisco, a studio that has since gained international recognition for its creations. The studio operates with the belief that the right lighting can transform almost any environment, challenging traditional designs with innovative solutions that distill lighting down to its bare essence: form and light. Inspired by the organic shape of a water droplet, the Swell Pendant (2014) combines a seamlessly flowing aluminum housing, reflective anodized brass interior and energy-efficient LED technology to provide fully dimmable glare-free illumination. Suitable for indoor and outdoor residential and commercial spaces alike. Use alone or mix and match multiples to create dynamic groupings. Bulb (included): 14W/E26 LED. UL Listed for damp sheltered outdoor locations. Made in China.
  • Eero Saarinen Saarinen Executive Armchair with Metal Legs - Leather
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    Eero Saarinen Saarinen Executive Armchair with Metal Legs - Leather
    The design of Eero Saarinen's Executive Armchair (1950) began more than a decade earlier, when he and Charles Eames submitted several designs to the Organic Design in Home Furnishings competition at the MoMA. The pair, who'd been friends and collaborators since meeting at Cranbrook Academy of Art, won first prize. These fluid, sculptural shapes influenced the future work of both men; for Saarinen, most notably in his Womb, Tulip and Executive chairs. The Executive was originally made of fiberglass but was later updated in polyurethane to take advantage of the technical advances in plastics. The feel of this classic seat, however, remains unchanged. The molded shell flexes slightly with the sitter and the contoured plywood seat supported by metal or wood legs. Unlike Saarinen's furniture, which was consistently sculptural in form, these fluid lines didn't appear in his architecture until the 1950s. When looking at the dome-shaped glass wall of the Kresge Auditorium at MIT, it's not a big leap to see the same shape in the back of his Executive Chair. This chair is Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certified¿ for its use of low-emitting products. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Smart & Green Pearl Portable LED Lamp
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    Smart & Green Pearl Portable LED Lamp
    Waterproof, shockproof, cordless and rechargeable – the Pearl Portable LED Lamp (2009) redefines how we think about light. The Pearl Lamp can be used indoors, outdoors or even on a body of water for a stunning lighting display. Further expanding how the Pearl Lamp can be used, there are three modes to choose from: static in white, red, blue or green; dynamic with unlimited colors changing automatically; and candle effect. One six-hour charge will provide 8 to 20 hours of power, depending on which mode and intensity level is used. Suitable for outdoor use when the temperature is 32°–104°F. The energy-efficient LEDs have an estimated lifetime of 50,000 hours. Bulbs (included): 16 white LEDs, 36 color LEDs. UL Listed. Made in China.
  • 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.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool C
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    Charles and Ray Eames Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames Stool C
    Each handmade Vitra miniature is a classic in the history of furniture design reduced in size at a scale of 1:6. True to the original pieces in structure and, the miniatures are precision-crafted, making them a thoughtful gift for a furniture lover or design professional. Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made out of solid walnut. Inspired by an African stool that stood in the living room of the Eames House, the lathe-turned Eames Stools (1960), which were also conceived by Ray to be used as small occasional tables, have distinctive individual profiles. Each Vitra miniature comes handsomely packaged in a wood box with an informational booklet.
  • Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid One-Arm Chair in Leather, Left
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    Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid One-Arm Chair in Leather, Left
    Not just for sitting, the Reid Collection (2007) invites you to watch movies, take a nap or surf on a laptop. Maximizing the enjoyment of downtime is something Jeffrey Bernett is passionate about since he spends a fair bit of his free time doing extreme sports, and he held nothing back when creating Reid with design partner Nicholas Dodziuk. Unlike sofas where you sit “on top” of the cushions, Reid is more of a “relaxed sit” thanks to down- and feather-wrapped foam. The seat depths suit various lounging positions, and the wide armrests offer support from elbow to wrist. Discreet legs further the streamlined appearance. Made in U.S.A. Mix and match Reid modular pieces to create the configuration of your dreams.
  • Scott Bridgens and Simon James Geometric Hex LED Pendant
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    Scott Bridgens and Simon James Geometric Hex LED Pendant
    Handcrafted in New Zealand, the Geometric Hex LED Pendant (2013) is the brainchild of Scott Bridgens and Simon James, who founded their company Resident on a desire to give customers “an authentic blend of craft and innovation.” Their Auckland-based design and manufacturing business produces a refined and carefully planned assortment of furniture and lighting. To create Hex, the designers paired cutting-edge LED technology with a slim yet substantial aluminum frame that appears to hover in air, spending months testing lights until they found the perfect warm hue. The beautiful quality of light “will have a deep intrinsic effect on the viewer,” explains Bridgens. “For some it will be very subtle and for others it will be profound, but this is something that will affect people.” A recessed diffuser furthers the pleasing qualities of the light. The frame hangs from three thin wires, two of which supply electricity. Hex received top honors in the 2013 Furniture and Lighting Design Awards by New Zealand’s Home magazine. Bulbs (included): LED strips. UL Listed. Made in New Zealand.
  • Henrik Pedersen Grid Chaise
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    Henrik Pedersen Grid Chaise
    Henrik Pedersen began his career as a fashion designer but expanded into graphic design and product development after founding 365°, his Denmark-based design studio. “Once you have been educated in design of any form, it’s quite easy to make the change,” Pedersen explains. “The creative mindset is the same; you just have to change your mental toolbox.” And speaking of flexibility, his Grid Collection (2014) consists of several modular units that can be combined or rearranged to meet changing needs. This is a collection designed to provide the equivalent of indoor comfort outdoors, meticulously crafted to withstand the elements and look great for years to come. It sports aluminum frames pretreated with chrome and electrostatically powder-coated for superior corrosion resistance, hand-finished solid teak tabletops and cushions fashioned from the same comfortable foam used for indoor sofas but constructed to keep out moisture. Made in Indonesia. Teak tray is height adjustable to match your level of recline. Back adjusts to six angles.
  • Very Good & Proper Circular Serving Boards, Set of 3
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    Very Good & Proper Circular Serving Boards, Set of 3
    Very Good & Proper is renowned for producing carefully considered, practical, beautiful items marked by fineand craftsmanship. Their simple yet functional Circular Serving Boards (2012) reflect the commitment to quality and attention to detail that’s captured in their mantra, “Measure twice, cut once.” Prepare snacks on the flat side, and present them on the other. These boards are crafted from solid untreated oak, so their color, texture and grain will vary from one set to the next. If you wish to help protect the boards from wear and tear, treat them periodically with food-safe wood oil. Alternatively, use them straight out of the box, and the marks that develop will tell the story of how they’ve been enjoyed over time. Wash only by hand; do not clean in dishwasher or allow to soak. Sized for easy stacking. Made in the U.K. Set includes small, medium and large boards.
  • Sandy Chilewich Manhattan Tray
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    Sandy Chilewich Manhattan Tray
    Over the years, Sandy Chilewich has expanded her tabletop collection with both natural and syntheticin varied textures and colors. Today she continues to redefine how people dress their dining spaces around the world with her innovative textiles. The first in a series from Chilewich called the “Manhattan Tray Project,” the Manhattan Tray (2013) was designed to pair with her ever-growing selection of placemats. When placed into the tray, a rectangular placemat becomes a liner, adding color and texture to whatever you serve. To change the look of the tray, just change the placemat. The Manhattan Tray also stands beautifully on its own, with discreet rubber feet that protect delicate tabletops from marring. Avoid prolonged exposure to moisture. Made in Taiwan.
  • Arne Jacobsen Station Alarm Clock
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    Arne Jacobsen Station Alarm Clock
    Arne Jacobsen originally designed the Station Clock (1941) for Lauritz Knudsen, a manufacturer of electric switches and dimmers in Denmark. Featuring easy-to-read numbers and two-tone hands, this clock features the simplicity and elegance for which Jacobsen is known. The alarm is a pleasant sounding bell – very old school – and snooze is activated with a light tap on the top of the clock. To see what time it is during the night, tap the top for a touch-sensor LED light that automatically shuts off. The Station Clock features a precision quartz movement powered by two AA batteries (not included). This is an authentic Arne Jacobsen clock manufactured by Rosendahl Timepieces. Made in China.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Walnut Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Two-Seater Sofa in Leather, Walnut Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Borja Garcia Stack High-Back Lounge Chair
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    Borja Garcia Stack High-Back Lounge Chair
    Based in Valencia, Spain, Borja Garcia is the founder of a multidisciplinary design studio and a professor in architecture and industrial design. “We are a team led by passion,” Garcia says of his staff, a group drawn together by their shared belief in research and working slowly to find the best solution instead of the fastest. Evoking the slim shape of a sail, his Stack Collection (2014) is an elegant amalgam of strength and grace. It’s noted for chairs with sling seats constructed of Batyline mesh, a supremely hardwearing outdoor textile praised for its exceptional tear strength, ability to retain shape and resistance to fading and mildewing season after season. Due in very large part to this durable mesh from French company Serge Ferrari, a leading manufacturer of composite, Stack is more than able to stack up to sun, salt and rain. The collection is rounded out with equally durable tables fitted with tough, low-maintenance phenolic resin tops. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Lounge chair stacks up to two high. Made in Spain.
  • Michael Thonet Era Armchair with Upholstered Seat
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    Michael Thonet Era Armchair with Upholstered Seat
    Defined by its dependable bentwood construction and simple organic form, the graceful, lightweight and surprisingly strong Era Collection (1859) has been in continuous production for more than 150 years. By making the chair back and rear legs from a single piece of curved wood, designer Michael Thonet, who perfected the bentwood process for chair-making, eliminated the need for expensive and time-consuming hand-carved joints. Swiss architect Le Corbusier used the Era Chair in his buildings, stating, “This chair, whose millions of representatives are used on the Continent and in the two Americas, possesses nobility.” Other fans of this iconic form included Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, both of whom featured this chair in their paintings. As with any natural material, slight variations in the texture and color of the wood are to be expected and are not defects. Made in the Czech Republic at a factory that’s been making chairs for more than a century.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Ceiling/Wall Zero Sconce
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Ceiling/Wall Zero Sconce
    To provide an innovative take on the hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps (1998), a range of understated blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Featuring a clean geometric appearance, the Glo-Ball Sconce is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that’s externally acid-etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. Suitable for mounting on a wall or ceiling. Bulb (included): halogen 40W/T4/G9. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Petal Clock
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Petal Clock
    The Petal Clock (1957) is one of more than 150 clocks designed by George Nelson Associates for the Howard Miller Clock Company, which sold them from 1949 into the 1980s. Nelson Associates, first launched as a studio by George Nelson in 1947 in New York City, employed some of the most celebrated designers of the time, including Irving Harper, Don Ervin and Charles Pollock, all of whom contributed to the clocks. Until its closure in the mid-1980s, the company designed a range of products for many clients, including Herman Miller, Inc., which was established in 1923 by Howard Miller’s brother-in-law, D.J. De Pree. A bit of family history: De Pree also founded the Herman Miller Clock Company in 1926 but turned it over in 1937 to Howard, who renamed it. As for the identity of Herman Miller, he was Howard’s father and De Pree’s father-in-law. The Miller companies are not affiliated but stand across the street from one another in Zeeland, Michigan. The Petal Clock appeared in the original Miller brochure as Model 7513. This is an authentic Nelson Clock, produced by Vitra Design Museum. Uses one AA battery (included). Made in Poland.
  • Renzo Fauciglietti and Graziella Bianchi Bottega Barstool
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    Renzo Fauciglietti and Graziella Bianchi Bottega Barstool
    Husband and wife team Renzo Fauciglietti and Graziella Bianchi describe themselves as “designers and researchers,” and they’re known for their ability to combine high-tech function with classic styling. Their Bottega Barstool (2003) is constructed with a harmonic sheet steel back that flexes with you for continuous support. Furthering this luxurious experience, Bottega is wrapped in smooth-as-silk stain-resistant leather that’s hand-sewn onto the slender but strong steel frame to hug every angle and curve. The seat is lightly padded, creating a combination of suppleness and strength that’s not always easy to find. This beloved collection is a top choice for comfortable, elegant seating in any space, from dining room to home office to executive suite and beyond. Made in Italy.
  • Renzo Fauciglietti and Graziella Bianchi Bottega Counter Stool
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    Renzo Fauciglietti and Graziella Bianchi Bottega Counter Stool
    Husband and wife team Renzo Fauciglietti and Graziella Bianchi describe themselves as “designers and researchers,” and they’re known for their ability to combine high-tech function with classic styling. Their Bottega Counter Stool (2003) is constructed with a harmonic sheet steel back that flexes with you for continuous support. Furthering this luxurious experience, Bottega is wrapped in smooth-as-silk stain-resistant leather that’s hand-sewn onto the slender but strong steel frame to hug every angle and curve. The seat is lightly padded, creating a combination of suppleness and strength that’s not always easy to find. This beloved collection is a top choice for comfortable, elegant seating in any space, from dining room to home office to executive suite and beyond. Made in Italy.
  • Jonah Takagi Tier Media Console
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    Jonah Takagi Tier Media Console
    Born in Tokyo and raised in New England, Jonah Takagi earned a bachelor’s degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. Pursuing his two passions, he spent the last decade designing furniture and playing bass guitar for several indie rock bands. Unfortunately, being on the road gave him little time to showcase his furniture, leaving him with a house full of products no one had seen. To showcase his growing body of work, he founded Atelier Takagi in 2005. His Tier Table (2015) draws from the architectural language of modernist 1960s high-rises. Featuring legs that have been relocated from the corners to the sides, this is a modern table that’s firmly planted on the ground, with tiered shelves for extra storage. Made in Taiwan.
  • Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet Masters Counter Stool
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    Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet Masters Counter Stool
    Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet pay homage to three different midcentury modern masters in one sleek, versatile indoor-outdoor seat. The Masters Counter Stool (2010) weaves together the back silhouettes of Jacobsen’s Series 7™ Chair, the Eameses’ Molded Shell Chair and Saarinen’s Tulip™ Armchair to create something entirely new. Lightweight and durable, the Masters Counter Stool has a wide, roomy seat, with a backrest that 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. Stacks up to four high. Made in Italy.
  • Borja Garcia Stack Chaise
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    Borja Garcia Stack Chaise
    Based in Valencia, Spain, Borja Garcia is the founder of a multidisciplinary design studio and a professor in architecture and industrial design. “We are a team led by passion,” Garcia says of his staff, a group drawn together by their shared belief in research and working slowly to find the best solution instead of the fastest. Evoking the slim shape of a sail, his Stack Collection (2014) is an elegant amalgam of strength and grace. It’s noted for chairs with sling seats constructed of Batyline mesh, a supremely hardwearing outdoor textile praised for its exceptional tear strength, ability to retain shape and resistance to fading and mildewing season after season. Due in very large part to this durable mesh from French company Serge Ferrari, a leading manufacturer of composite, Stack is more than able to stack up to sun, salt and rain. The collection is rounded out with equally durable tables fitted with tough, low-maintenance phenolic resin tops. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Chaise stacks up to five high. Made in Spain. Back adjusts to four angles.
  • Matthew Hilton Eos Counter Stool
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Counter Stool
    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. Made in China.
  • Borja Garcia Stack Side Table
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    Borja Garcia Stack Side Table
    Based in Valencia, Spain, Borja Garcia is the founder of a multidisciplinary design studio and a professor in architecture and industrial design. “We are a team led by passion,” Garcia says of his staff, a group drawn together by their shared belief in research and working slowly to find the best solution instead of the fastest. Evoking the slim shape of a sail, his Stack Collection (2014) is an elegant amalgam of strength and grace. It’s noted for chairs with sling seats constructed of Batyline mesh, a supremely hardwearing outdoor textile praised for its exceptional tear strength, ability to retain shape and resistance to fading and mildewing season after season. Due in very large part to this durable mesh from French company Serge Ferrari, a leading manufacturer of composite, Stack is more than able to stack up to sun, salt and rain. The collection is rounded out with equally durable tables fitted with tough, low-maintenance phenolic resin tops. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Side table stacks up to four high. Made in Spain.
  • Borja Garcia Stack Dining Table
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    Borja Garcia Stack Dining Table
    Based in Valencia, Spain, Borja Garcia is the founder of a multidisciplinary design studio and a professor in architecture and industrial design. “We are a team led by passion,” Garcia says of his staff, a group drawn together by their shared belief in research and working slowly to find the best solution instead of the fastest. Evoking the slim shape of a sail, his Stack Collection (2014) is an elegant amalgam of strength and grace. It’s noted for chairs with sling seats constructed of Batyline mesh, a supremely hardwearing outdoor textile praised for its exceptional tear strength, ability to retain shape and resistance to fading and mildewing season after season. Due in very large part to this durable mesh from French company Serge Ferrari, a leading manufacturer of composite, Stack is more than able to stack up to sun, salt and rain. The collection is rounded out with equally durable tables fitted with tough, low-maintenance phenolic resin tops. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Made in Spain.
  • Borja Garcia Stack Ottoman
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    Borja Garcia Stack Ottoman
    Based in Valencia, Spain, Borja Garcia is the founder of a multidisciplinary design studio and a professor in architecture and industrial design. “We are a team led by passion,” Garcia says of his staff, a group drawn together by their shared belief in research and working slowly to find the best solution instead of the fastest. Evoking the slim shape of a sail, his Stack Collection (2014) is an elegant amalgam of strength and grace. It’s noted for chairs with sling seats constructed of Batyline mesh, a supremely hardwearing outdoor textile praised for its exceptional tear strength, ability to retain shape and resistance to fading and mildewing season after season. Due in very large part to this durable mesh from French company Serge Ferrari, a leading manufacturer of composite, Stack is more than able to stack up to sun, salt and rain. The collection is rounded out with equally durable tables fitted with tough, low-maintenance phenolic resin tops. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Ottoman stacks up to three high. Made in Spain.
  • Borja Garcia Stack Armchair
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    Borja Garcia Stack Armchair
    Based in Valencia, Spain, Borja Garcia is the founder of a multidisciplinary design studio and a professor in architecture and industrial design. “We are a team led by passion,” Garcia says of his staff, a group drawn together by their shared belief in research and working slowly to find the best solution instead of the fastest. Evoking the slim shape of a sail, his Stack Collection (2014) is an elegant amalgam of strength and grace. It’s noted for chairs with sling seats constructed of Batyline mesh, a supremely hardwearing outdoor textile praised for its exceptional tear strength, ability to retain shape and resistance to fading and mildewing season after season. Due in very large part to this durable mesh from French company Serge Ferrari, a leading manufacturer of composite, Stack is more than able to stack up to sun, salt and rain. The collection is rounded out with equally durable tables fitted with tough, low-maintenance phenolic resin tops. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Armchair stacks up to five high. Made in Spain.
  • Michele De Lucchi Clip Candleholder
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    Michele De Lucchi Clip Candleholder
    In celebration of the “feeding the planet” overall theme of the Milan World’s Fair Expo 2015, George Beylerian curated the De Gustibus Collection, an assortment of dining-related objects by the best Italian designers of the past 50 years. The collection’s name is a nod toward the Latin maxim De gustibus non est disputandum , which means, “In matters of taste, there can be no disputes.” Designed for tapered candles of just about any size, the Clip Candleholder from architect and designer Michele De Lucchi uses a clip instead of a spike to secure the candle, allowing you to move freely from room to room. Made in China.
  • Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid Cocktail Ottoman in Leather
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    Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk Reid Cocktail Ottoman in Leather
    Not just for sitting, the Reid Collection (2007) invites you to watch movies, take a nap or surf on a laptop. Maximizing the enjoyment of downtime is something Jeffrey Bernett is passionate about since he spends a fair bit of his free time doing extreme sports, and he held nothing back when creating Reid with design partner Nicholas Dodziuk. Unlike sofas where you sit “on top” of the cushions, Reid is more of a “relaxed sit” thanks to down- and feather-wrapped foam. The seat depths suit various lounging positions, and the wide armrests offer support from elbow to wrist. Discreet legs further the streamlined appearance. Made in U.S.A. Mix and match Reid modular pieces to create the configuration of your dreams.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como One-Arm Sofa in Leather, Right
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    Giorgio Soressi Como One-Arm Sofa in Leather, Right
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. One Como Throw Pillow included. Made in Italy.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Grace Side Chair
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    Samuel Wilkinson Grace Side Chair
    Samuel Wilkinson thrives on bringing elegance and “a bit of soul,” in his words, to extremely functional products, which is why the Italian manufacturer EMU commissioned him to create a collection that blurs the boundary between indoor and outdoor furniture. Wilkinson met their request and took it a step further, designing the Grace Collection (2014) to be equally at home in residential and commercial settings. With a nod toward the graceful lines of 20th-century wood furniture, he resorted to die-cast aluminum for durability and weather resistance. “I wanted to create something people can enjoy for a long time because it works so well,” he explains. Made in Italy.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Grace Folding Table
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    Samuel Wilkinson Grace Folding Table
    Samuel Wilkinson thrives on bringing elegance and “a bit of soul,” in his words, to extremely functional products, which is why the Italian manufacturer EMU commissioned him to create a collection that blurs the boundary between indoor and outdoor furniture. Wilkinson met their request and took it a step further, designing the Grace Collection (2014) to be equally at home in residential and commercial settings. With a nod toward the graceful lines of 20th-century wood furniture, he resorted to die-cast aluminum for durability and weather resistance. “I wanted to create something people can enjoy for a long time because it works so well,” he explains. Folding table has self-locking mechanism and legs that nest. Made in Italy.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Small Table Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Small Table Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. Made in Denmark.
  • Norway Says Plus Grinder
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    Norway Says Plus Grinder
    Founded by designers Torbjørn Anderssen, Andreas Engesvik and Espen Vol, Norway Says went on to become an internationally recognized studio that received several design accolades before splitting in 2009, including awards from the Norwegian Design Council and the coveted Bruno Mathsson Award. This talented design trio took a clean, intuitive approach to their work, using simpleand shapes that balanced form and function. In short, they believed that “good design defends itself by being natural.” Created from a composition of differently sized pieces of wood, the Plus Grinder (2008) has a shape that reflects how you grip it, the biggest element being the grinding knob on top. This aptly named grinder is a plus for any tabletop. Made in Taiwan. Grinder is adjustable; suitable for salt or pepper.
  • Gordon Guillaumier Cage Side Table
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    Gordon Guillaumier Cage Side Table
    Educated throughout Europe, Gordon Guillaumier earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial design from Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) and the Domus Academy, respectively. From there, Guillaumier apprenticed with Baleri Associati before starting a collaboration with architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni. In 2002, he opened his own design studio in Milan, specializing in product and interior design. His alluring Cage Table Collection (2010), like many of his other works, is marked by its subtly flowing geometry. These tables feature precision-shaped one-piece bent steel bases that transition smoothly into platforms for their laminate tabletops, which are created by infusing numerous layers of paper with thermosetting resin and subjecting them to high pressure and heat. Fashioned to withstand years of heavy use, laminate surfaces boast exceptional resistance to scratching, staining, temperature extremes and sunlight exposure. They’re also a cinch to clean. Made in Italy.
  • Rasmus Gottliebsen Watch Me Wall Clock
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    Rasmus Gottliebsen Watch Me Wall Clock
    “To me design is all about creating objects that are impossible not to notice, objects that are contagious and objects that stay in the heart forever,” explains designer Rasmus Gottliebsen. “Then I know I did a good job.” With his background in advertising, Gottliebsen has an intuitive feel for garnering attention, evidenced by his minimal yet striking Watch Me Wall Clock (2010). This eye-catching clock consists of eight vibrantly colored aluminum rectangles fanned out to form a circular shape, with contrasting black and white hands for good readability. Inspired by a fan deck of color swatches, it adds a pop of color to most any room. Runs on one AA battery (not included). Made in China.
  • Arne Jacobsen Banker’s Clock
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    Arne Jacobsen Banker’s Clock
    One of Arne Jacobsen’s last designs, the Banker’s Clock (1971) was devised for the Danish National Bank, also designed by Jacobsen, located in central Copenhagen. This clock is crisply detailed yet restrained, making it adaptable to residential and commercial spaces. Shielded by a convex mineral glass crystal, its clean face has a 12-square line marking each hour position; the square closest to the clock’s center is filled starting at 1 o’clock, the next at 2 and so on, creating a subtle spiral pattern. The Banker’s Clock features a precision quartz movement powered by a single AA battery (not included). This is an authentic Arne Jacobsen clock manufactured by Rosendahl Timepieces. Made in Denmark.
  • Giorgio Soressi Como Double-Chaise Sectional in Leather
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    Giorgio Soressi Como Double-Chaise Sectional in Leather
    To create his Como Collection (2007), Italian designer Giorgio Soressi worked with a company that started as one of the original Cassina factories, making collections designed by Le Corbusier. Located near Lake Como, this family-run business is still producing best-in-class sofas and chairs for many prestigious retailers. The elegant and extremely well-constructed Como Collection is built with solid steel frames and cast-aluminum legs. Contrasting that heft and stability are cushions that scream, “You’ve got to sit here!” with their goose feather filling and variable-density foam that’s firmer in front for support. Two Como Throw Pillows included. Made in Italy.
  • Eva Zeisel Granit 25-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    Eva Zeisel Granit 25-Piece Dinnerware Set
    In 1926, the Kispester-Granit factory in Budapest hired Eva Zeisel, who was 20 years old at the time, as a designer. It was only her first job, but the company was so impressed with her initial work that they created a special art department for her. The employees, who normally produced ceramic sinks, all wanted to work with Zeisel as she brought elegant vases, whimsical rhinoceros-shaped ashtrays and beautiful teapots into the product mix. The factory closed her department after just one year, but the experience sparked a brilliant career. Almost 60 years later, Zeisel returned to the factory and designed the Granit Collection (1983). Though widely exhibited, the set – which features her signature fluid, sensuous curves – wasn’t put into production until 2009. DWR worked closely with Zeisel to ensure that Granit adheres to her exacting standards. “I like the way the very thin, hard edges of the plates change into a soft, inviting bellybutton,” she said. “All the pieces together make a very nice family.” The plates and bowls each feature a dimple in the center, and their matte white finish offers a neutral backdrop for culinary delights. This collection is food, microwave and dishwasher safe. Made in China. This set includes four 5-piece place settings, teapot, sugar bowl and creamer set and salt and pepper shaker set.
  • Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair in Basel Fabric
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    Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair in Basel Fabric
    Form follows function, and nowhere is that more apparent than in a sculpted chair that anticipates the curves of the human body. Arne Jacobsen designed the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, and for its busy lobby, he created the biomorphic Egg (1958). With this design, Jacobsen embraced newthat allowed him to shape single-piece molded forms with fluid curves. At a time when others were experimenting with bent tubular steel, he focused on an upholstered shell, believing a solution existed that would still be true to modern ideals. Indeed, he met that goal. Set on a rotating base, the Egg Chair allows its occupant to swivel toward a conversation or away from others if privacy is desired, and it also tilts back for relaxed lounging. Its Basel upholstery is carefully sewn onto the frame by hand. Architects Herzog & de Meuron designed this special fabric to play with the light and textures found in the Grand Hall of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg. “Inspired by tweed,” say the duo, “which has the rough homespun look and feel one associates with wool, Basel is durable and informal, yet it has class and style.” Egg is finished with piping made from the highest grade of Sorensen leather, and the black and white bases are perfectly matched to the fabric. This is the authentic Egg Chair by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Made in Poland. This Egg Chair features Basel fabric, Sorensen leather piping and a lacquered base.
  • Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Side Chair
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    Josef Hoffmann Hoffmann Side Chair
    Josef Hoffmann is well known for the simple, restrained, yet visually interesting dining chairs – several intended for cafés – that he designed early in the 20th century. The influence of the Arts and Crafts movement can be seen in his work, but Hoffmann also embraced the industrial age. Rather than rejecting traditional decoration, he succeeded in making it serve structural principles, which he believed should determine the forms of buildings, interiors and objects. Whether admiring one of his chairs or the Sanatorium Purkersdorf he designed in 1903, you can see Hoffmann’s emphasis on straight, unadorned lines, characteristics that are in keeping with the style of the Viennese Secession. The Hoffmann Side Chair (1925), designed in collaboration with Josef Frank, is made at the bentwood factory founded by Michael Thonet in 1861. Made in the Czech Republic.
  • Arne Jacobsen City Hall Clock
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    Arne Jacobsen City Hall Clock
    Arne Jacobsen originally conceived his City Hall Clock (1956) for the Rødovre City Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark. This refined large-scale clock, a classic Jacobsen design, makes a dramatic statement in spacious residential and commercial spaces. Shielded by a flat mineral glass crystal, its clean face has bold black lines in lieu of numerals for hours and simple grey circles for designating minutes. The City Hall Clock features a precision quartz movement powered by a single AA battery (not included). This is an authentic Arne Jacobsen clock manufactured by Rosendahl Timepieces. Made in Denmark.
  • Eoos Crosshatch Chair
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    Eoos Crosshatch Chair
    Eoos is a studio based in Vienna that was founded in 1995 by designers Martin Bergmann, Gernot Bohmann and Harald Gründl. The name is a playful variant of Eous, one of the four chariot horses of sun god Helios, according to Greek mythology. It was the first that resonated with the trio after they spotted it in a copy of Ovid’s Metamorphoses that just so happened to be lying around their office, chosen in part for the way a horse’s erratic jaunts evoke a designer’s irregular everyday forays into the conceptual. Eoos has won more than 70 international awards, including the Compasso d’Oro. Its Crosshatch Chair (2014) balances a visually light aesthetic with sturdy construction, consisting of parachute cord precisely wrapped around a solid wooden frame and seat bottom. The chair imparts the feeling of being suspended in a cozy nest, with a slightly canted back for ample comfort and support. Crosshatch works well in both living areas and office spaces. Made in U.S.A.
  • Alexander Girard Girard Color Wheel Ottoman
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    Alexander Girard Girard Color Wheel Ottoman
    After being recruited by none other than Charles Eames to become director of design for the Herman Miller textile division in 1952, Alexander Girard was given the freedom to experiment with vibrant hues and patterns in his work. Girard created more than 300 textiles during his tenure there, which lasted into the 1970s. A testament to his prowess with playing colors off one another, his Color Wheel Ottoman (1967) comes in bold yet playful pinwheel colorways that coordinate with an array of interiors. Girard carefully proportioned it to serve equally well as a footrest, extra seat or coffee table. Its flexibility reflects one of his tenets: “Art is only art when it is synonymous with living.” This is the authentic Girard Color Wheel Ottoman by Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A.
  • Poul Henningsen PH50 Pendant Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen PH50 Pendant Lamp
    Having graced the halls of universities, restaurants and libraries in Europe for decades, the PH50 Pendant Lamp (1926) is one of Poul Henningsen’s most recognizable lighting designs. Constructed by Louis Poulsen, the original manufacturer since 1958, it features a shade with layers of varying sizes and shapes to direct light both horizontally and vertically. To lend further warmth to the quality of light, Henningsen ingeniously applied primary red to the interior of the inside cone and blue to the smallest reflector to absorb both light spectrums. Striking in form but compact enough to be used in multiples, this versatile design is suitable for residential and commercial spaces. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): 200W/A23/E26. Made in Denmark.
  • Skagen Coffee Table
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    Skagen Coffee Table
    Inspired by the mid-century designs of Arne Hovmand-Olsen, we created the Skagen Table Collection (2009), which includes this Coffee Table, as well as a set of two Nesting Tables. The smooth edges and tapered shapes of the Coffee Table recall the popular "surfboard" tables of the 1960s, and there's an elegance in how the tabletop appears to hover over the frame, supported by simple brass spacers. The lower shelf creates convenient storage, and two ends are finished with slightly sculpted shapes, maintaining flow from one part to the next. Made in U.S.A. The lower shelf on this table has a lip on all four sides to keep books and magazines in place. At 50" wide, this coffee table fits nicely with a variety of sofa sizes. The Skagen Collection also includes Nesting Tables (set of 2). As with any natural material, slight variations in the texture and color of the wood are to be expected and are not defects.
  • Arne Jacobsen Egg Footstool in Basel Fabric
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    Arne Jacobsen Egg Footstool in Basel Fabric
    Form follows function, and nowhere is that more apparent than in a sculpted footstool that anticipates the curves of the human body. Arne Jacobsen designed the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, and for its busy lobby, he created the biomorphic Egg (1958). With this design, Jacobsen embraced newthat allowed him to shape single-piece molded forms with fluid curves. At a time when others were experimenting with bent tubular steel, he focused on an upholstered shell, believing a solution existed that would still be true to modern ideals. Indeed, he met that goal. The Egg Footstool sports a comfortable shape that cradles your legs and feet. Its Basel upholstery is carefully sewn onto the frame by hand. Architects Herzog & de Meuron designed this special fabric to play with the light and textures found in the Grand Hall of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg. “Inspired by tweed,” say the duo, “which has the rough homespun look and feel one associates with wool, Basel is durable and informal, yet it has class and style.” Egg is finished with piping made from the highest grade of Sorensen leather, and the black and white bases are perfectly matched to the fabric. This is the authentic Egg Footstool by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Made in Poland. Egg Footstool in Basel Fabric is a.
  • BassamFellows Bolster Ottoman in Fabric
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    BassamFellows Bolster Ottoman in Fabric
    Craig Bassam is an architect and designer whose career started with Bruce Eeles, a disciple of Marcel Breuer. His partner, Scott Fellows, is a Harvard MBA who transformed the Swiss firm Bally. Together they are BassamFellows, described as “the design world’s A-team” by The Times of London. In 2010, they started collaborating with the Michigan-based company Herman Miller to develop refined seating that complements the classic works by Eames, Nelson and Noguchi. The Bolster Sofa Collection (2014) is one of the results of this special union, delivering an inviting and thoughtfully scaled solution for spaces large and small. Taking its name for the shape of its horizontal pillows, Bolster provides supportive upright sitting as well as plush comfort for those times when you want to stretch out and relax. Made in U.S.A.
  • Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Left
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    Bantam Studio Sofa in Leather, Left
    A DWR best-seller for over a decade, the Bantam Collection (2004) celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in the United States in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting. Matching piping along the seams reinforces the clean lines of Bantam’s frame. Tapered solid wood legs lend visual lightness. Made in U.S.A. Legs finished in a rich walnut stain. For legs in a honey or coffee finish, contact a DWR Studio or call us at 1.800.944.2233.
  • 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.
  • Arne Jacobsen Drop Chair
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    Arne Jacobsen Drop Chair
    Arne Jacobsen designed the Drop Chair (1958) for his masterpiece, the legendary SAS Royal Hotel (now the Radisson Blu) in Copenhagen. It was originally manufactured along with Jacobsen’s Swan™ and Egg™ Collections but in very limited quantities. In hibernation for more than 50 years, Drop has finally returned. This compact chair with rare heritage is as fresh and vibrant today as it was back then. Constructed of strong ABS plastic with nylon reinforcement, the seat embraces the occupant while still allowing freedom of movement, resulting in a surprising level of comfort. Minimal tubular steel legs provide stability without stealing too much attention from the sculptural seat. This is the authentic Drop Chair manufactured by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Made in Denmark.
  • Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Bronze Legs
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    Milo Baughman Goodland Armchair in Leather, Bronze Legs
    Milo Baughman believed that good design is enduring design, and his Goodland Sofa Collection (1968) beautifully demonstrates this idea. Named for the Kansas town where he was born, Goodland reflects the style and ease for which Baughman is known. This collection began as a sofa designed for his own home – his daughter still has the original – which he later expanded upon and launched for retail customers. Goodland pieces are elegantly proportioned with comfortable cushions that have just the right give and thin arms that help maximize the seating area. Made in U.S.A.
  • Eva Zeisel Granit Teacup and Saucer Set
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    Eva Zeisel Granit Teacup and Saucer Set
    In 1926, the Kispester-Granit factory in Budapest hired Eva Zeisel, who was 20 years old at the time, as a designer. It was only her first job, but the company was so impressed with her initial work that they created a special art department for her. The employees, who normally produced ceramic sinks, all wanted to work with Zeisel as she brought elegant vases, whimsical rhinoceros-shaped ashtrays and beautiful teapots into the product mix. The factory closed her department after just one year, but the experience sparked a brilliant career. Almost 60 years later, Zeisel returned to the factory and designed the Granit Collection (1983). Though widely exhibited, the set – which features her signature fluid, sensuous curves – wasn’t put into production until 2009. DWR worked closely with Zeisel to ensure that Granit adheres to her exacting standards. “I like the way the very thin, hard edges of the plates change into a soft, inviting bellybutton,” she said. “All the pieces together make a very nice family.” The plates and bowls each feature a dimple in the center, and their matte white finish offers a neutral backdrop for culinary delights. This collection is food, microwave and dishwasher safe. Made in China.
  • Charles and Ray Eames Eames® Storage Unit, 2x2
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    Charles and Ray Eames Eames® Storage Unit, 2x2
    The concept of modularity wasn't in the popular lexicon when Charles and Ray Eames designed their innovative Storage Units (1950) that can be configured to fit a space or need. Suitable for office and residential use, these units were designed as storage and display spaces, with two color schemes. The design resulted from work the Eameses did for a 1949 exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts, and the molded plywood and wire supports echo other items designed by the Eameses, such as their wire base tables and chairs. The "multi" color scheme includes birch fronts and brightly colored (red, white, blue, black and tan) side and back panels. The "natural" color scheme includes birch fronts and neutral (grey, white, black and tan) side and back panels. The shelves in both color schemes are black. The nylon glides are easy on floors. This original is an authentic, fully licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller.
  • Norman Cherner Cherner® Barstool
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    Norman Cherner Cherner® Barstool
    Although a pioneer in prefab housing, Norman Cherner is best known for his molded plywood seating line he created for – and ultimately sued – the manufacturer, Plycraft. After telling Cherner that his design for what is now known as the Cherner® Chair (1958) had been scrapped, Plycraft's owner continued to produce it, claiming himself as the designer. The Chair's popularity soared when it appeared in Norman Rockwell's 1961 painting "The Artist at Work" on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post. Cherner sued, and while Plycraft agreed to pay Cherner royalties, the line was out of production by the early 1970s. In 1999, Cherner's sons formed the Cherner Chair Company to revive the designs and produce them as their father originally intended. Constructed of laminated plywood of graduating thicknesses, from 5 ply at the perimeter edge of the seat to 15 ply at the slender waist, and braced with a solid steel crossbar, the Barstool possesses exceptional structural strength and dramatic sculptural beauty. This Barstool is an authentic, fully licensed product of Cherner Chair Company. Cherner Chair is a licensed trademark of Cherner Chair Company. Made in U.S.A.
  • Romano Marcato Brio Adjustable Dining Table
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    Romano Marcato Brio Adjustable Dining Table
    Romano Marcato received his degree in mechanics in 1970. After years of designing precision tools and machines for use in the automobile and electronic industries, he co-founded LaPalma, a company that specializes in the art of adjustability. His Brio Adjustable Dining Table (2005) moves from table to bar height – and anywhere in between – in seconds. Designed to have the fluid mechanics and ease of industrial machinery, it raises and lowers smoothly via a lever-activated gas cylinder. Conveniently located on the underside of the tabletop, the lever releases the table from a firmly locked position, and the locking mechanism ensures superb stability. With its ample tabletop, Brio comfortably accommodates up to four people, providing an intimate perch for a dining or lounge area. The tabletop resists warping and is easy to clean and maintain, and the heavy weighted base eliminates wobbling. Made in Italy.
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