- Similar itemLike a scattered cluster of sticks, the Sonata Wall Art piece is elegantly simple for a casual and modern design fixture. Slim wedges of brown-finished MDF are connected end-to-end by small steel squares to bring a warm-toned contemporary look to the wall on which it’s hung. The varying lengths of MDF are laid at different heights as well to enhance the -accidental’ grace of this art piece. Panels crafted from MDF. Finished in a warm brown varnish. Steel-finished metal fixtures and accents.
- Similar itemThumprints Ivana Pewter Metal Floor Lamp. Light up your home in gorgeous style with the Ivana Pewter Metal Floor Lamp from Thumprints. Crafted from cast metal, this elegant floor lamp features a rich pewter finish for a traditional touch. The included double shade has silver organza on the outside and white linen on the inside to create a warm glow and subtle shine. Set it out in your transitional living area, or use it to illuminate your sophisticated bedroom space. Silver organza and white linen double shade is included. Handcrafted.
- Similar itemDesigner: Gus Design Group The Stainless Steel Cube is pure beauty and minimalist design at its finest! The Stainless Steel Cube is the perfect piece for your modern environment. The brushed Stainless Steel Cube has polished edges and an open bottom. It could not be more simple or versatile; it can be used as a side table, footrest, and overflow seating. Place two or four together to create a sleek coffee table. The beauty of this stool/end table is that it doesn't confine itself to one room; it can look great in the bedroom, the living room, the hall, the patio, or even the office! Materials: Brushed Stainless Steel. Options: Stainless Steel. Specifications: Stainless steel construction. Sleek and versatile design. Polished edges. Five-sided and open on bottom. Use as a stool, end table, footrest, overflow seating and coffee table. Place two or more to create a sleek coffee table. Dimensions: W 18" x D 18" x H 18"
- Similar itemMarcel Breuer was one of the most important designers of the early modern age. His biography is closely linked to the history of the Bauhaus, founded by Walter Gropius in 1919. The club chair B3, known today as »Wassily« was also created in connection with this renowned institution. Lt is the first piece of seating furniture in the history of design to be made from seamless, precision-drawn tubular steel. Lts transparency and visible structure are expressions of the stringent aesthetic approach that prevailed in architecture and design following World War I. Marcel Breuer replaced the massive upholstered corpus of the traditional club chair with a skeleton-like construction made out of bent steel tubing, thereby overcoming the physical weightiness of conventional seating. He exploited the elasticity of the material, complementing it with tautly stretched fabric strips of reinforced canvas for the seat and back. The B3 did not acquire the name »Wassily« until the beginning of the sixties, when the Italian furniture producer Dino Gavina purchased the manufacturing rights: Marcel Breuer had designed the armchair for the house of the painter Wassily Kandinsky, who taught at the Bauhaus from 1922 until 1933. The original of the Wassily B3 was designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925 and it is produced as 1:1 model by The Knoll Group, New York/USA since 1968. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of nickel plated steel tube and black leather.
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- Similar itemRough blocks of acacia wood scraps join up in a slightly off-kilter grid to play up their unique grain and intriguing imperfections. Geometric yet irregular, this playful composition lines up squarely modern with a hint of retro. Acadia wood with low-sheen lacquer. Black iron. Hangs vertically or horizontally. Hang with D rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in Thailand.
- It just doesn't get much more earthy than this trio of teak carved bowls. Every knot, every twist in the grain of the wood is revealed in this trio. Perfectly modern yet absolutely unpretentious, this trio is a great addition for sophisticated city apartments and rustic lodges alike. 5 inches high x 20 inches wide x 20 inches deep ; 4 inches high x 16 inches wide x 16 inches deep ; 3 inches high x 12 inches wide x 12 inches deep. Constructed from solid teak wood. Natural finish on wood. Bowl shape may varied due to the nature of wood. Sold as a set of three.
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- Similar itemWith its simple, striking shape and its bright colors Eero Aarnio's Ball Chair is a typical symbol of the optimistic, consumer-oriented popular culture of the 1960s. Equally apparent is an unconcealed enthusiasm for the technical which also typifies the era: Its exposed plastic which allowed even complex shapes to be produced in series relatively easily, at the time something completely new, and its dynamic shape, reminiscent of a space capsule. The idea of this kind of mobile capsule allowing people to sit where they want within the house also anticipates the kind of living concepts discussed in the 1970s for a young, liberal society. On the outside, this gleaming, polished sphere seems cold and futuristic, but its inside reveals a space where users can feel cozy and protected. From the inside outside noise is considerably muffled, allowing users to relax in any number of positions, for example, to sit cross-legged. Mounted on a round metal base just above ground level, the sphere can be completely rotated on its own axis, so that users can vary their view from the »cave«. Ball Chair thus represents a special category of household objects. It is something between a piece of furniture and a piece of architecture and at the same time embodies both the mobile and the established, the fixed. The original of the Aarnio Ball Chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1965 and it is produced as 1:1 model by Adelta, Dinslaken/Germany since 1990. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of fiberglass, aluminium and fabrics.