- Similar itemAntique brass triangles form geometric panache on the Arteriors Dru table lamp. Glamorous and alluring, the contemporary light fixture captivates beneath a round black shade. Black microfiber shade. Steel. Accepts one 150W, type A bulb (not included) 3-way switch. 18" Dia x 26"H. Base: 10" Dia x 13"H. Shade: 18" Dia x 10.5"H.
- Similar itemThe In Between chair by Sami Kallio is defined by the gaps in the crescent-shaped back and arm rest. The shape of the wood veneer panels also give the chair its name: In Between. Made of ash or oak, In Between is an exercise in wood craftsmanship. Traditional techniques, such as compression moulding and woodturning, are used to achieve its form. The shape of the chair is light and balanced, and it is suitable for various spaces and rooms. The designer Sami Kallio was born in Finland and raised in Sweden. Manufacturer: &Tradition. Design: Sami Kallio. Size: Width 580 mm, depth 540 mm, seat height 450 mm, height 770 mm. Material: Solid ash/ solid oak, formpressed veneer. Color: White oiled oak, smoked oiled oak, stained black ash, stained grey ash.
- Similar itemFranco Albini's 1928 desk combines glass, steel and wood with striking clarity and balance. A clear demonstration of Albini's rationalist design philosophy and minimalist aesthetic, the design derives its appeal through simplicity of form and celebration of material, without extraneous ornamentation. Features: Designed by Franco Albini, 1928. Materials: Frame and legs are square steel tube with polished chrome finish. Top is clear tempered glass. Pedestal drawer is either ebonized oak or white lacquer and mounts to the right side of desk. Pedestal Desk. GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified. Available on the KnollStudio 20 day program in ebonized oak. Dimensions (inches): Overall: 48W x 26D x 27.5H. Pedestal: 16.5W x 26D x 8.25H. Drawer: 14.2W x 14.2D x 2.5H. Rear Shelf: 15.5W x 8.5D x 7H. This product is available in more colors and finishes.
- Similar itemDesign Gino Sarfatti, 1971. Steel, brass. Made in Italy by Flos. "Re-lighting" Sarfatti is a term used by Flos in the re-introduction of the first set of lamps designed by Gino Sarfatti. While his designs still appear incredibly contemporary in terms of their forms and the physical-psychological relationship with the user, this did not hold true from the perspective of lighting technology. Detracting nothing from the integrity of the lamps' original form, It was essential for Flos to bring these objects into the present day by adopting cutting-edge LED technology, which had to be introduced with the utmost sophistication yet without being invasive. Through a long and complex endeavor, the first set of lamps are once again available to light up our homes. During his work in the lighting sector, Gino Sarfatti set up Arteluce, which became an international reference point for the modern architectural lighting movement and also a meeting place and forum for many of the leading Italian designers of the 50's and 60's. He designed and produced over four hundred luminaries and conducted extensive research into the innovation and design aspects of lighting. Model 607 is a table lamp emitting direct light, made up of two elements that are mechanically snapped together: a disc-shaped diffuser with a truncated cone section in painted aluminum and craquele finish, and a slanted parallel-piped base in painted aluminum, which gives the lamp stability. The switch with dimmer is positioned on the front at the foot of the base. Model 607 is offered in your choice of white or black. Model 607: 12.2" h | 15.4" d | shade: 9.8" d | includes 42 x LED 2700K, 1200 lumen CRI185 - 15W bulbs.
- This reproduction partners desk was made by hand in England. The man who makes it is a third generation furniture maker who uses Old World techniques and hand finishes. The result of his arduous labor is an antique looking desk with modern amenities, functionality, and size. The wood used on this partners desk is a fine selection of flame mahogany. The gorgeous grain of the wood is most impressive on the top of the desk. Augmenting the beauty of the mahogany are satinwood inlays on the top and drawer fronts. These inlays make the flame mahogany grain really pop! To finish the wood, the maker employs a seven stage hand polish that ends in coats of fine furniture wax recreating an antique finish. One of the advantages of this desk is the ability to use it with today’s technology. Being a partners desk it has drawers on both sides. Each side consists of three small drawers, a large cabinet, a file drawer and a middle drawer. One side has a regular middle drawer and the opposite side has a keyboard middle drawer where the front can drop down. All of these drawers and cabinets lock with included keys. The file drawers are large enough for letter or legal files. Simply drop a hanging file system of the appropriate size in. They can be found at any office supply store. Such a lovely reproduction partners desk would look great in any office or home office. It comes apart into three pieces (top and two pedestals) for easy transportation. It does not require assembly, the top simply rests on the pedestals and interlocks with blocks on the pedestal tops. The kneehole measures 23.5″ wide (21″ wide between the feet at the bottom) and is 25.25″ high.
- Similar itemTotally perfect storage. File under "industrial." Mechanic-shop chic powdercoated white. Two drawers top a letter/legal file. Stainless steel drawer grips; four casters (front two lock). Details and Dimensions: TPS white 3-drawer filing cabinet. 15.5"Wx19.75"Dx27.25"H. Durable steel sheet construction with stainless steel handles. White powdercoat finish. One letter-legal file drawer; two additional storage drawers. Four 2" casters; brakes on two front casters. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Made in Taiwan. Overall Dimensions: Width: 15.5" Depth: 19.75" Height: 27.25" Height Without Caster: Height: 25"
- Similar itemDesign Niels Bendtsen. Ash, oak or walnut, upholstery. Made in Italy by Bensen. Torii is a simple yet subtly sophisticated wood chair, defined by its closely spaced back legs, broad seat, and small arched backrest. Its minimal appearance and simple construction hide a surprising amount of comfort and sturdiness, making it suitable for residential and commercial use. Torii is the Japanese name for the characteristic wood entrance arches to Shinto shrines in Japan, and translates directly into English as "bird perch". This motif perfectly describes the chairs distinct proportions and traditional joinery, and the sense of harmony and calm inherent in design that is beautifully resolved. Torii is constructed using traditional and advanced joinery techniques producing a thin and light yet sufficiently strong chair. It is available in White Oak, Black stained Ash, and Walnut, with leather or fabric upholstered seat. The finish is an advanced low build water-based polyurethane that gives the wood a natural open-grain appearance, which is smooth to the touch and highly durable. Black stained Ash version is also offered with a plywood seat. 19.5" L | 19.25" d | 29.5" h | seat: 17.5" h.
- Similar itemBring back simplicity to your decor with the beautiful and uncomplicated Thomasville 4-drawer single pedestal desk. A beautiful chestnut color finishes the old world style that defines this desk.
- Similar itemDesign Christian Dell, 1931. Steel & brass. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. The Kaiser idell™ collection is available in different versions: Table, wall, floor lamps and pendants. Kaiser idell is an original Bauhaus design. The series is based on a world-patented swivel joint and the characteristic dome embossed with "ORIGINAL KAISER-idell". Beginning in 1926 Dell sketched lights, often for the lamp factory Gebr. Kaiser & Co. The first catalogue was launched in 1936 in which the table lamp model 6631 Luxus appeared for the first time. This lamp soon became the undisputed top model of the KAISER idell™ series - then, as well as today, the symbol of noble Germanic design, exquisite choice of materials and precise engineering. Christian Dell was a German silversmith and designer. From 1922-25 he worked as foreman of the metal workshop at the Bauhaus in Weimar where he was the man behind a highly innovative and pioneering style of design. The Bauhaus occupies a place of its own in the history of the 20th century culture; architecture, design, art and new media. As one of the first colleges of design, it brought together a number of the most outstanding contemporary architects and artists. The lamps are made in steel and brass and the lampshades are hand painted in high gloss. The chrome-plated lamp elements consist of hand polished and silver-soldered brass. The term "idell" is a reference to the word idea and his last name, Dell. "Kaiser" is a reference to the original manufacturer - KAISER idell. Luxus table lamp: 16.7" h | shade: 11.2" dia. | base: 7.6" dia. | requires 1x40W E26 bulb.