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  • J&M Furniture Italian Leather Mini Sectional Right Facing Chaise
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    A fusion of style, and comfort. This sleek design is sure to add spice to any décor while maintaining a modernistic clean design. Beautifully crafted from premium grade thick Italian leather and features 3 independent ratchet headrest. Dimensions: Overall: 36.2" H x 105" W x 66" D. Overall Product Weight: 210lbs.
  • J&M Furniture Italian Leather Mini Sectional Left Facing Chaise
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    A fusion of style, and comfort. This sleek design is sure to add spice to any décor while maintaining a modernistic clean design. Beautifully crafted from premium grade thick Italian leather and features 3 independent ratchet headrest. Dimensions: Overall: 36.2" H x 105" W x 66" D. Overall Product Weight: 210lbs.
  • Manufakturplus - Butterfly (B.K.F.) Chair, acrylic
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    The Butterfly chair was initially designed and manufactured for the studio rooms of the architect’s office Austral. The three designers Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan und Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy that were workers from the office, designed the chair. The Butterfly chair became popular in the English speaking area as the B.K.F.-chair according to the names of its designers. The architect Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy was honored with the Argentina design award in the year 1940 because of the exceptional design of the chair. Nowadays the Butterfly chair is a real classic and placed in the continuous collection of the Modern Art Museum in New York. Manufakturplus continued developing the design of the classical product offering it in several variants. The butterfly chair with acrylic coating is also available in white, yellow, orange, red, dark-red, light-blue and dark-blue. The frame of the chair can be ordered in a black or white colour, as well as in pearl-gloss (silver), RAL or stainless steel. Moreover also the Butterfly Mini and the Butterfly Stool can be demanded.
  • Vitra - Miniature Big Easy Chair
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    In 1988 and 1989, Arad’s London »One Off« work shop created an entire series of »Big Easy« armchairs using bent sheet steel welded at the edges. The »Big Easys« were brought out as individual items or small limited series; they all had a striking basic form and inflated arms reminiscent of comics – but they differed in terms of the welding and color. In the course of time, the initially oarse, roughly welded »Big Easys« went through changes, first becoming colorful lacquered chairs with smooth surfaces and then elegant versions made of polished stainless steel. Although Ron Arad’s furniture are variants on everyday things, they seem strange and irritate the eye – not only owing to the choice of material. Formally and functionally speaking, they undermine customary assumptions. You feel you have to first learn how to use them. A »Big Easy’s« voluminous steel body of the »Big Easy« resembles a traditional upholstered club armchair but can hardly be associated with a sense of comfortable interiors. Ron Arad considered it an art object that could likewise be functional, but was not intended to be particularly practical. The original of the Big Easy Chair was designed by Ron Arad in 1988 and it is produced as 1:1 model by Vitra AG, Basel/Switzerland, since 1998. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of blackened stainless steel sheet metal.
  • Manufakturplus - Butterfly (B.K.F.) Chair, leather
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    The Butterfly Chair was initially designed and constructed fort he studio rooms of the architecture offices Austral. The design was coined by the three architects Bonet, Kurchan and Ferrari-Hardoy that were employees of the office. Following the designers’ names, the chair became famous in the English room as B.K.F. Chair. The architect Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy received the Argentina Design Award in 1940 for the exceptional design of the chair. The Butterfly is considered a classic meanwhile and it is in the continuous collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Manufakturplus has further developed the chair and offers it in different variants. The coating of the Butterfly is also available in smooth leather on demand. The neck leather can also be demanded in a natural or brown colour, the smooth leather in natural, brown and black. The frame is available in white or black, pearl glossy (silver), RAL or stainless steel. Furthermore also the Butterfly Mini and the Butterfly Stool are available.
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  • Manufakturplus - Butterfly (B.K.F.) Chair, cotton
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    The Butterfly chair was initially designed and manufactured for the studio rooms of the architect’s office Austral. The three designers Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan und Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy that were workers from the office, designed the chair. The Butterfly chair became popular in the English speaking area as the B.K.F.-chair according to the names of its designers. The architect Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy was honored with the Argentina design award in the year 1940 because of the exceptional design of the chair. Nowadays the Butterfly chair is a real classic and placed in the continuous collection of the Modern Art Museum in New York. Manufakturplus continued developing the design of the classical product offering it in several editions. The butterfly chair with cotton coating is also available with a black or white frame, as well as in pearl-gloss (silver), RAL or stainless steel. Moreover also the Butterfly Mini and the Butterfly Stool can be demanded.
  • Westwood Lemon Flora Accent Chair
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    Westwood Lemon Flora Accent Chair. Exposed wood base and openwork detail. 70% polyester/25% linen/5% viscose lemon yellow upholstery. Diamond tufting. One 53% viscose/47% polyester floral pattern accent pillow included. Fully assembled. Seat height is 17 1/2". 31" high. 31" wide. 26" deep.
  • Vitra - Miniature Eames LCM Chair
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    Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen designed a chair in 1940 with a new type of three-dimensional pre-shaped plywood seat for a competition held by the New York Museum of Modern Art. The chair did not go into production owing to a lack of technical know-how. It was very rare back then for plywood to be successfully pressed into a three-dimensional shape. In the years that followed, Charles and Ray Eames concentrated on developing a process that enabled plywood to be shaped as they wanted. The »Plywood Chairs« DCW (Dining Chair Wood), LCW (Lounge Chair Wood) and the versions with metal legs, namely DCM (Dining Chair Metal) and LCM were the result of these years of experimentation. In 1945 Charles and Ray Eames again took up the idea of a seat made of formed plywood without, however, coming up with satisfactory solutions. As a consequence, they rejected the idea of a multifunctional seat and decided to treat seat and back as separate, freely articulated elements that were linked with each other via a backbone – the frame. Each component is therefore reduced to a clearly defined function which it fulfills with a minimum of materials being used. The rubber »shock mounts« glued onto the wood enable the seat and back to be connected to the frame. The original of the Eames LCM Chair was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Herman Miller Furniture Company, Zeeland/Michigan/USA as well as the Vitra International AG, Basel/Switzerland since 1957. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of black plywood and nickel plated steel tube.
  • Curations Limited Beige Linen Wingback Belgium Armchair
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    Drawing inspiration from a 19th-century Belgian classic, the Beige Linen Wingback Belgium Armchair is a wondrous addition to traditional and romantic interiors. The armchair is adorned with such elegant details as fauteuils armrests, petite back wings, and hand-hammered shoe nails for a rustic touch. Feminine and luxurious, the armchair is draped in pure beige linen that is nicely offset by the hand-carved sheep’s horn-shaped oak stretchers. Place the Beige Linen Wingback Belgium Armchair beside a dark oak side table or tufted ottoman to complete the timeless sophistication. 27.5’’W x 47.5’’H x 30.5’’D. Composed of pure Belgian-style linen and solid oak. The Beige Linen Wingback Belgium Armchair by Curations Limited is carefully accented with hand-hammered shoe nails.
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  • Vitra - Miniature Eames Aluminium Chair
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    The furniture making up the indoor-outdoor group goes back to an idea by Alexander Girard and Eero Saarinen, who were looking for furnishings to harmonize with the house they had just completed for Irvin Miller. Girard, one of whose interests as an architect was landscape gardening, complained that though there was a good choice of furniture for interiors, there was nothing to grace attractive patios – and no decent garden furniture. Charles Eames became preoccupied with this problem until one day during a flight he came up with the idea of an aluminium frame construction combined with a material »seat«. He wanted to develop a shape following the natural lines of the body, not however as a hard shell, but as a resilient length of material stretched between two supports which trace the body’s natural form. A narrow plastic strip extending the length of the material acts as reinforcement. The material is held in place by insertion into slits on the frame’s outer edge. Experiments with different covering materials later resulted in an upholstered sandwich construction consisting of two layers of »Nauga hide« with a thin filling of vinyl-foam and vinylwadding stitched at intervals of 1 7/8 inches using a high-frequency welding technique. Originally conceived for outside use, the first aluminium easy chairs to be mass produced, are today used solely in interiors. The original of the Eames Aluminium Chair was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1958 and it is produced as 1:1 model by Herman Miller, Zeeland/Michigan/USA since 1958. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of polished cast aluminium and leather.
  • West Elm Victor Armchair - Plaid
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    The winning seat. Victor is our smooth, clean update of the classic wing chair. Featuring triangular lines and a lengthy, concave back, it's a chair to sink into. 29.5"w x 32.5"d x 45.5"h. Solid wood legs and frame. Print upholstery in Plaid. Comes with 4 buttons. Imported.
  • LEE Industries Upholstered Chair
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    Chair upholstered and available in stock in Cartwright Pebble (100% Polyester, Spot-Clean only). Standard mini nailhead trim. Exposed wooden leg. Main image shown in Sonoma Zinc and does not depict stock image. See additional images for a swatch of Cartwright Pebble. Overall Dimensions: 29"W x 34"D x 32"H nInside Dimensions 20"W x 22"D x 16"H nSeat Height 18" nArm Height 24" nBack Rail Height 32"
  • Kingstown Home Carthusia Tufted Button Rolled Arm Chair
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    Upholstery in beige linen. Features: Carthusia collection. 1 Year warranty. Dimensions: Overall: 29.13" H x 45.5" W x 37.75" D. Overall Product Weight: 90lbs.
  • Vitra Miniature La Mamma Chair
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    Design Pesce, 1969. 1/6 miniature scale model. Made in Poland by Vitra. Each Vitra miniature is true to the original in construction and materials, and reduced in size on a scale of 1:6. Each miniature is packaged in a wooden box, accompanied by an informational booklet. Production notes: Each of the delicate objects are made by hand; on average, each miniature requires five hours of careful manual work. Ongoing quality control ensures that every miniature corresponds to its larger original in terms of finishing, details and materials. 6" h | 7.5" w | 9" d.
  • Crate & Barrel Amelia Chair
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    Our Amelia chair couldn't be fresher, updating the armchair with unexpected details that zing. Natural zig-zag stitching on the seat and back cushions provides kicky contrast to its light pewter cotton upholstery, lightly brushed for a touch of softness. Supporting the chair's clean track arms and edited silhouette is a solid ash frame with integrated legs that's washed with an exclusive chalk finish to bring out its dynamic grain. After you place your order, we will send a fabric swatch via next day air for your final approval. We will contact you to verify both your receipt and approval of the fabric swatch before finalizing your order.
  • Alminty3D 3D Printed Miniature Eames Rocker Chair
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    Material: 3D print strong and flexible nylon. Dimensions: H 5.0 Centimeters x W 6.1 Centimeters x L 6.3 Centimeters.
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  • Heather Aubergine Purple Accent Armchair
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    This elegant aubergine purple upholstered accent armchair design is ideal for seating areas of a bedroom. The chair is stylishly trimmed with chrome finish nailheads that line arms. Heather accent armchair design. From the Studio 55D furniture collection. 100 percent polyester upholstery. Aubergine purple upholstery color tone. Chrome finish nailhead trim. Tapered dark espresso legs. 36" high. 30" wide. 31" deep.
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  • Vitra - Miniature Well Tempered Chair
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    Ron Arad is one of the liveliest and most productive figures in contemporary designs. He contrasts polished, stylish commercial design with highly poetic objects with an archaic feel to them. In the framework of the »Vitra Edition« he created the »Well Tempered Chair«. Its form is not the product of artificially shaping the sheet steel but is instead generated by screwing the tensile sheets into arches. Given its flexibility, the spring steel always bounces back into its original shape. The armchair is therefore not just a brilliant formal idea but also conveys a completely new feel for sitting. The original of the Well Tempered Chair was designed by Ron Arad in 1986 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra AG, Basel/Switzerland, since 1986-1987. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of spring-steel.
  • James Nickel & Leather Chair, Hair on Hide
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    Evoking iconic Bauhaus designs, our chair mixes soft hair-on-hide leather with gleaming stainless steel, in sleek arcs that echo each other, even as the materials contrast. Bold, modern lines and deep comfort create timeless seating that works beautifully in a wide range of settings. 28"W 35"D x 35"H. Handcrafted in the USA by skilled artisans. American and imported materials. Leather upholstery creates a rich contrast to the gleaming metal base. Frame crafted of polished stainless steel. Cushion has high-resiliency foam core. 6-8 week in-home delivery with White Glove service.
  • Vitra - Miniature Eames DCW Chair
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    In 1940, Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen developed a chair with a novel plywood seat moulded into a three-dimensional form for a competition sponsored by the New York Museum of Modern Art. However, it was not possible to produce the chair commercially, due to inadequate technical methods. It was seldom possible to press the plywood into a three-dimensional form without it breaking or splitting. During the following years, Charles and Ray Eames concentrated their efforts on developing a new method. The plywood chairs DCW (Dining Chair Wood) and LCW (Lounge Chair Wood) are the result of this long-term experimentation. In 1945, Charles and Ray Eames returned to the idea of a seating shell made out of moulded plywood; however the results were unsatisfying. They dispensed with the multifunctional shell and divided the seat and back into separate, freely articulated elements connected by a spine (frame). Each element has a clearly defined function, which it fulfils optimally with a minimum amount of material. »Shock mounts« – rubber disks bonded onto the wooden surface – connect the seat and back with the frame, which exists in wood or metal and in two different heights, either as a dining chair or lounge chair. The original of the Eames DCW Chair was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Herman Miller Furniture Company, Zeeland/Michigan/USA. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of natural plywood.
  • Innit Designs Innit Rocking Chair - Copper Base
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    This is the signature Innit Designs chair. Though similar in construction, and form to the Acapulco chair, this chair remains entirely unique with a completely circular frame rather than the pear or avocado shape of the Acapulco Chair. The originality, style and comfort of the Innit Chair cannot be overstated. Galvanized steel powder coated base. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Available in Black weave only.
  • Vitra - Miniature Eames LCW Chair
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    In 1940, Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen developed a chair with a novel plywood seat moulded into a three-dimensional form for a competition sponsored by the New York Museum of Modern Art. However, it was not possible to produce the chair commercially, due to inadequate technical methods. It was seldom possible to press the plywood into a three-dimensional form without it breaking or splitting. During the following years, Charles and Ray Eames concentrated their efforts on developing a new method. The plywood chairs DCW (Dining Chair Wood) and LCW (Lounge Chair Wood) are the result of this long-term experimentation. In 1945, Charles and Ray Eames returned to the idea of a seating shell made out of moulded plywood; however the results were unsatisfying. They dispensed with the multifunctional shell and divided the seat and back into separate, freely articulated elements connected by a spine (frame). Each element has a clearly defined function, which it fulfils optimally with a minimum amount of material. »Shock mounts« – rubber disks bonded onto the wooden surface – connect the seat and back with the frame, which exists in wood or metal and in two different heights, either as a dining chair or lounge chair. The original of the Eames LCW Chair was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Herman Miller Furniture Company, Zeeland/Michigan/USA. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of natural plywood.
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