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  • Knoll Platner Lounge Chair
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    Design Warren Platner, 1966. Steel wire rod, upholstery. Made in Italy by Knoll. In the 1960s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating what is now considered a design icon of the modern era. The Platner collection's unique harmonious forms are produced by welding steel wire rods to circular frames, producing a moire effect and capturing the decorative, gentle, graceful quality that Platner sought to achieve. All metal components are finished in bright nickel with a clear lacquer protective coating. The Platner collection also includes a side chair, low stool, plus dining side and coffee tables. The Platner seating collection features vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. The frame base has a clear plastic extrusion ring for a smooth bottom surface. The seat is a molded fiberglass shell & molded latex foam cushion. This collection is offered in your choice of either a bright nickel with clear lacquer protection or painted bronze metallic frame. 36.5" w | 25.5" d | 30.25" h | seat: 18.5" h.
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  • Regina Andrew Mirrored Occasional Side Table
    zincdoor.com
    Sleek and contemporary, this Regina Andrew occasional side table shines with bold modernity. Its glamorous frame features a mirrored and silver leaf finish for eye-catching design. 18.5"W x 18.5"D x 19"H. Frame made from MDF.
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  • Artifort Oyster Lounge Chair
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    Design Pierre Paulin, 1960. Foam upholstered shell, chrome or powder coat frame. Made in The Netherlands by Artifort. "A chair should be more than simply functional. It should be friendly, fun and colorful." -Pierre Paulin. True design is timeless. It survives all trends. Without aging. Take Oyster for instance. Modern, exciting, smart, respectable, comfortable. One of the first designs in the Classic Collection and 'the easy' chair of the sixties. The chromed metal base is so minimalist that the seating shell seems to float. All over the world, this chair decorated, and still decorates, the living areas of Artifort fans with a feeling for style. The Oyster was in the Artifort collection until 1979 and by request, it was brought back into the collection in 1999. Pierre Paulin studied stone carving and clay modeling at the Ecole Camondo in Paris in the early fifties where he began designing furniture for Thonet. In 1958, he became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs with an inner structure of steel tubing, covered in foam and fabric. In 1968, Paulin collaborated with Le Mobilier National and received many important government commissions including furniture and interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. He also designed home appliances. 35.8" w | 29.1" d | 33.5" h | seat: 14.2" h. Base is offered in chrome. Matching ottoman also available.
  • 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.
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  • Vitra Miniature Vegetal Chair
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    Design Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2008. 1/6 miniature scale model. Made in Poland by Vitra. The Vegetal is an organically-shaped chair that is meant to look as if it had taken its shape naturally. 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 and accompanied by an informational booklet. These 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. Chosen for the Vitra Design Museum's permanent collection and featured in 100 Masterpieces poster, this ground-breaking design has been added to the Vitra Design Museum Miniatures Collection. The miniature Vegetal chair is available in sets of three in your choice of brick or forest. 5.3" h | 4" w | 3.8 d.
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  • Knoll Platner Easy Chair And Ottoman
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    Design Warren Platner, 1962. Steel wire rod, upholstery. Made in Italy by Knoll. In the 1960's, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating what is now considered a design icon of the modern era. The Platner collection's unique harmonious forms are produced by welding steel wire rods to circular frames, producing a moire effect and capturing the decorative, gentle, graceful quality that Platner sought to achieve. The hand crafted Easy Chair, a popular sculptural icon paring geometry and color, is the epitome of curvy comfort; it is available with or without the Ottoman, which can also be used independently. Warren Platner's collection of seating and tables using nickel-plated bent wire as a structural and decorative element has captivated furniture enthusiasts worldwide. While many Platner Collection pieces have been in continuous production, the Easy Chair and Ottoman were only produced between 1966-1988 and now re-released for 2014. The Easy Chair offers a generous seat and a high back, enveloping the sitter in comfort. The Platner collection also includes a side chair, low stool plus dining, side and coffee tables. The Platner seating collection features vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. The frame base has a clear plastic extrusion ring for a smooth bottom surface. The seat is a molded fiberglass shell with highly resiliant molded urethane foam cushions. Seat and ottoman cushion utilize the same highly resilient molded urethane foam cushion. Finished in bright nickel with a clear lacquer protection. Easy chair: 39.9" w | 37" d | 38.75" h | seat: 18.75" h. ottoman: 26.75" dia. | 16.9" h.
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  • 'Side Table' Mirror Accent Table
    overstock.com
    The stunning Side Table is made with multiple pieces of polished mirror for a contemporary look. This accent piece also offers a square shape that is sure to add a modern touch to your home's decor.
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  • Artifort Pierre Paulin Tongue Chair
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    Design Pierre Paulin, 1967. Tubular steel frame, upholstery. Made in Holland by Artifort. "A chair should be more than simply functional. It should be friendly, fun and colorful." -Pierre Paulin. Feel free to speak easy in this low lounge chair. The flowing form and significant colors enable uninhibited interior seating accents to set tongues-a-wagging. Tongue whispers gently and whose flowing shape and subtle colors make it possible to create interior seating accents easily and, most of all, expressively. Designed in 1967, the tongue chair is part of the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern art in New York. Pierre Paulin studied stone carving and clay modeling at the Ecole Camondo in Paris in the early fifties where he began designing furniture for Thonet. In 1958, he became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs with an inner structure of steel tubing, covered in foam and fabric. In 1968, Paulin collaborated with Le Mobilier National and received many important government commissions including furniture and interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. He also designed home appliances. 25.2" h | 33.5" w | 35.4" d | seat: 13" h.
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  • Knoll Platner Lounge Chair
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    In the 1960’s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating what is now considered a design icon of the modern era. Construction: Vertical steel wire rods feature bright nickel finish with clear lacquer protection. Chair inclues a molded fiberglass shell and foam cushion; cushion attaches to seat with Velcro. Fabric: Available in knollTextiles Extreme Velvet: Woven of 100 percent Trevira CS polyester, Extreme Velvet is one of the first inherently fire resistant velvets.
  • Artifort Nest F564 Lounge Chair
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    Design Pierre Paulin, 1962. Steel frame, mdf floor plate, upholstery. Made in Holland by Artifort. Artifort is proud of its history, which is why they have brought back Pierre Paulin's F564 and C565 in 2014. They have called them 'Nest'. It is a well-loved design from a previous Artifort collection, with beautiful flowing lines and offering great sitting comfort. It is a little retro and very charming, soft, and friendly. The armchair is ideal for times when you want to curl up on your own with a book or a tablet computer, while the compact two-seater sofa is perfect for cosy lounging with your other half. Both are fully upholstered, yet they look light because of the narrow base. Pierre Paulin studied stone carving and clay modeling at the Ecole Camondo in Paris in the early fifties where he began designing furniture for Thonet. In 1958, he became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs with an inner structure of steel tubing, covered in foam and fabric. In 1968, Paulin collaborated with Le Mobilier National and received many important government commissions including furniture and interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. He also designed home appliances. The Nest collection is a direct relation of the Mushroom and has the same structure, a steel frame covered with cut foam, Dacron, and upholstery made of stretchy fabric with a minimum number of straight-stitched seams. It is offered in your choice of a variety of upholstery options. Also available as a two-seater sofa. Nest lounge chair: 27.5" h | 36.6" w | ?" d | seat: 15.7" h.
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  • 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.
  • Valentino Hollywood Regency Mirrored Occasional Square End Table
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    Versatility and high style are just two of the reasons this mirrored end table caught our eye. Nothing wakes up a room like glossy surfaces, negative space stories and strategic use of mirrors. Add to it a bold geometric tile-inspired pattern, and you've got a must have piece. Perfect alone or in a pair. 19 inches high x 18.5 inches wide x 18.5 inches deep. Constructed from compress board & glass. Finished in mirrored glass.
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