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  • Vitra - Miniature Aarnio Ball Chair
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    With 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.
  • 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.
  • Vitra - Miniature Coconut Chair
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    In contrast to the trend of adapting sitting furniture to the requirements of the human body, George Nelson designs sitting objects from the formal repertoire of spontaneous, popular everyday culture. The shapes he used were strongly stimulated by the art of the 1950s. His symbolic statements promoted a new, very casual form of sitting. Nelson’s Coconut Chair was inspired by the coconut shell. The seat consists of a glass-fibre reinforced plastic shell with upholstery. The three-legged base of tubular steel is stabilized using fine crossbars. One has the impression that the frame spans the floating, swinging form taut and fixes it to the floor. The original of the Coconut Chair was designed by George Nelson in 1955 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra AG, Basel/Switzerland since 1988. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of polished aluminium, steel sheet, foam and leather.
  • Vitra Miniature Wegner 3 Legged Chair
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    Design Hans Wegner, 1963. 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. Offered in red only.
  • 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.
  • 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 Inside Dimensions: 20"W x 22"D x 16"H Seat Height 18" Arm Height 24" Back Rail Height 32"
  • John Richard Pompadour Chair
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    Inspired by Louis XV, the commanding Pompadour chair is a seamless union of old and new. Designed in Florence, its traditional acacia wood frame descends to curving cabriole legs, and has a rubbed white finish influenced by antiques. Paired with bold orange upholstery and a button-tufted back, it's ideal for any seating space. Acacia wood with rubbed white finish / fabric. 29" W x 23" D x 41.5" H. Seat: 22" H. Leg: 14" H. Inside seat: 22.5" W x 21.5" D.
  • Vitra - Hal Wood chair
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    The Hal Wood chair was created by the designer Jasper Morrison as a part of the Hal collection for Vitra. The modern shell chair possesses a wooden under frame of oak wood and it is multifunctional usable – in offices, public or private areas. Jasper Morrison reinterpreted the classic shell chair with the Hal Wood chair. A multifunctional chair with a clear and contemporaneous expression emerged. The form of the shell offers a lot of elbowroom and the slightly yielding plastic enables different sitting positions – also sideward’s or astride. This is how Hal encourages a dynamic and ergonomic sitting. The under frame of the Wood chair from Vitra is available in bright and dark oak wood. The different colours of the sitting shell enable an easy integration of the chair in every furnishing.
  • Vitra - Miniature B3 Wassily
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    Marcel 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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  • Furniture Classics Hand-Painted Honeysuckle Armchair
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    This intricately detailed mahogany armchair has a beautiful Old World style and rich decoration that add gilded luster to a room. Its open oval-shaped backrest has a filigreed design of curling wood, accented by hand-painted gold within the deep black finish. The stately wood frame is balanced by a raw silk seat in ivory white. Mahogany wood in a glossy black finish Upholstered raw silk seat Hand-painted gold detailing. 25" W x 42" D x 21" H.
  • Vitra Heart Cone Side Chair by Verner Panton
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    Polyurethane foam upholstery. Stainless steel base in satin finish.
  • 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.
  • Missoni Home Furnishing Tiamat Cotton Chair
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    A planet and its satellites. The gently rounded soft forms of this snug armchair create natural comfort. Features: Creates natural comfort. Seat has a wooden support with adjustable feet. Seat cushion is made of foamed rubber with goose feathers. Shape of the armrests has been conceived ergonomically to properly support the arms. Material: Cotton. Made from iron with an epoxy powder paint finish. The Furnishing Collection.
  • Vitra Basel Side Chair
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    Backrest cushion: Polyurethane chips and microfibers. Structure and seat cushion: Polyurethane foam and polyester wool. Constructed of natural beech frame.
  • Vitra - Miniature La Chaise
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    »La Chaise« was created as an entry for the »Low-Cost Furniture Design« competition held by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. »La Chaise« consists of two paper-thin fiberglass shells glued to each other but separated by hard rubber discs; the intervening space was filled with polystyrene foam. Charles and Ray Eames left the plastic shell un-treated. The base is made of five in part angled metal rods inserted into a cross-shaped wooden structure. The space left open between back and seat is not technically necessary, but instead purely a design element. The intention was to emphasize the chair’s light weight visually by perforating the otherwise large volume of the shell. The original of the La Chaise was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1948 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra International AG, Basel/Switzerland since 1991. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of fiberglass, an iron rod and lacquered wood.
  • Reina Chair
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    Evoking the exaggerated fan shape and looping patterns of a 1900's Oriental design, this handwoven respite is a breezy, lightweight addition to your covered patio. We love it with a colorful crewelwork cushion or woven chindi ottoman. Intended for indoor use. Rattan. Natural or painted finish. 59"H, 45.25"W, 25.5"D. Seat: 15.75"H. Imported.
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  • Vitra Slow Arm Chair by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
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    Choose from four different knitted fabric cover options. Seat and backrest cushion crafted of polyurethane foam and polyester wool. Metal base. Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec collection.
  • Vitra - Miniature Saarinen Tulip Chair
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    The Tulip Chair is one of a series of chairs, stools, and tables developed by Eero Saarinen within a five-year period. The characteristic feature of the series is that the supporting structure has been pared to a central supporting stem »like a wineglass« in order to emphasise the uniformity of table and chair. Eero Saarinen describes the Tulip Chair: »The bases of tables and chairs in a typical furniture arrangement create an ugly, confusing, and restless world. I wanted to design a chair as an integrated whole once again. All important furniture of the past always had a holistic structure, from King Tut’s chair to that of Thomas Chippendale. Today, we are parting ways with this holism with our predilection for plastic and laminated wood shells. I am looking forward to the point when the plastics industry will be capable of manufacturing the chair using just one material, the way I have designed it.« The original of the Saarinen Tulip Chair was designed by Eero Saarinen in 1956 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Knoll Associates Inc., New York/USA since 1956. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of lacquered polyurethane, aluminium and fabrics.
  • Sorrento Club Chair
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    Designed to encourage unfettered relaxation, our club chair is inspired by the breezy charm of beach house living. The durable hardwood frame is wrapped in natural sea grass, artfully woven to showcase its color and texture. Handcrafted by master furniture builders and weavers. Frame is built of sustainably harvested, kiln-dried hardwood, wrapped in handwoven sea grass with a classic braided pattern. Sea grass is protected by a clear lacquer finish. Plump poly-wrapped foam core cushions are covered in a durable polyester canvas. Zippered cover removes for machine washing. For indoor use or in a sheltered area. In-home delivery with White Glove service.
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  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Objekto Gaivota - Rocking chair
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    "The emblematic part of the work of Renaud Bonzon is certainly the rocking chair ""Gaivota"", probably the most rewarded creation in Brazil, combining at the same time aestheticism and ergonomy. Both Museum of the Brazilian House Prize and Movesp Prize winner in 1988, this creation was selected in 1990 to represent Brazil at the Biennial of Design in São Paulo. The curved forms of both seat and back were defined by Renaud Bonzon, as he was sat in deep snow during a stay in French Alps and had a look at his bodyprint after standing up. Keeping ergonomy in mind, Reno wanted to reproduce this confortable form. He paid a special attention to both dimensions and balance making this rocking chair very confortable whatever the size of the person may be. The Jury of the Museum of the Brazilian House Prize particularly underlined ""the principle of manufacturing giving the product its great lightness"" as well as ""the aesthetic qualities combined with the ergonomic factor"". For the sake of environment he chose the plywood manufacturing process in order to give value to wood trimmings. Furthermore this process allowing the creation of large curves, Reno took advantage of this property to introduce the movement in his creation. The design of the rocking chair, its sinuous curves, irrevocably reminds the movement even statically represented on a picture. Elegance and confort characterize the Gaivota." In detail: Type : Rocking chair. Colour : Walnut stained beechwood. Material : Beech plywood. Dimensions : W 58 cm x D 109 cm x H 90 cm.
  • VITRA curved armchair
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    White curved armchair from Vitra featuring a hole in the back and a wooden cross foot . Please note that this is an unworn archive piece. However it is not new and therefore may have minor imperfections.
  • Tom Dixon Fan Chair - Natural
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    Fan is a modern take on the classical Windsor chair. A British archetype converted to a contemporary silhouette, Fan makes an exclamation mark in any environment. The process involves spindles of wood carefully turned, thinned and steam bent to create the slatted silhouette. The wood is then treated to leave a natural finish. Fan has a black leather seat pad.
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Tredart Xmen Armchair
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    Made in France. Exaggerated armchair with clear arm rests lined with neon trim and graphic design. Crafted from stainless steel and polycarbonate. Dimensions: H 30.3 Inches x W 43.3 Inches x L 29.9 Inches.
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