The central idea behind the Alcove Sofa is that a sofa can be much more than just a piece of furniture. This is especially true of the Alcove Highback Sofa, whose side and back panels reach an exceptional height. When someone sits down on the Alcove Highback, they find themselves in a secluded space. Thanks to the outstanding acoustic qualities of the Alcove Highback Sofa and its function as a visual screen, it creates a peaceful oasis especially in spacious living areas. This effect is even more pronounced when two sofas are positioned face to face, thereby defining a room within a room.
With its unusually soft seat and backrest upholstery, as well as the high, flexible side and back panels, Alcove Sofa creates the frame for such a comfy, safe and secure world, a place for relaxed withdrawal from the hustle and bustle of life: Two people can stretch out and sit opposite each other, leaning leisurely back against the side walls, and if required the sofa also provides sufficient space for a third person. Alcove Sofa combines the contrasting qualities of a comfortable secluded relaxation area with an open invitation to enter and sit down.
A group of lines that create an elegant, fascinating symphony in a suspended, almost magical equilibrium and give life to a new lamp designed to feature in large public and private spaces. Aluminium elements flow and combine together to give the lamp a light, bodiless effect.
Extended from our explorations with global manufacturing company TRUMPF, Ball is a giant pendant formed from 12 black anodised aluminium panels, punched, folded and assembled into shape.Measuring 1.2m in width, the light source comes from a 50cm opal shade suspended in the centre of the ball.
There is evidence to suggest that the first silk fabrics were produced around 3000 B.C. in ancient China. Coming from silkworms, silk is extraordinarily resistant and it is considered to be the longest filament produced by nature. Its structure reflects light at different angles, giving it a natural glow that, together with its soft and smooth texture, makes the carpets unique for their brightness and vivid colour.
The daybed has a wooden frame and a polyurethane mattress. The top mattress, back and arm cushions are made of polyurethane foam and are available in a wide range of leathers, fabrics and colours. The cylinder legs are in solid aluminium and the back bracket is in satin chrome.
The artwork of Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002) represents one of the greatest artistic accomplishments of the late 20th century. To pay homage to the artist, the Chillida collection was created based on a chronological selection of his work: Figura Humana – 1948, Dibujo Tinta – 1957, and Collage – 1966, pieces that reflect the gestation process of his renown sculpture: Peine del Viento located in San Sebastii¤n. The collection also includes two depictions of his famous hands: Mano and Manos from the 90s, and Gravitacii_n from 1993 and 1994. Chillida's artistic nuances have been faithfully translated into rugs, all handmade using various techniques and fibres, such as wool, silk, and hand-spun mohair, to create different textures, showcasing the essence of his work.
Two examples of Noguchi’s predilection for sculptural lines are his Freeform Sofa and Ottoman, the shapes of which are reminiscent of river pebbles. Noguchi himself described his design as soft rock. Thanks to its organic shape and the natural tones of its upholstery fabric the sofa has a light, elegant feel, despite its voluminous form. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
Mart Guix, a conceptual and unconventional design visionary, wished to revive the magic of classic Kerman rugs, breathing new life into the mythical pictorial motifs of birds, flowers, horses, and deer that appear and disappear like ghosts. A faithful rendition of the extraordinary simplicity and gravity to be found in this artist’s work. The Ghost rug combines shadows of black and white, a mysterious blend of past and present. The busy design and colour saturation of the pattern offer a contemporary twist on this traditional rug style, drawing you into the exuberance of the scene, so timeless and yet so fresh.
A seemingly solid half-sphere of Carrara marble is topped by a dome of lead crystal. This 40cm diameter table lamp creates a robust presence yet emits a beautiful light from a LED bulb set inside the base. This shines through the thin marble top, illuminating the unique patterns of the stone and casting an upward glow.
Charles and Ray Eames designed La Chaise in 1948 for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, inspired by Floating Figure, a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. It is the unbelievable elegance of this assertive seating sculpture that enables any number of sitting and reclining positions, which is so very appealing. It has long since established itself as an icon of Organic Design.
Made to order.
Huge chunks of heavyweight, metallic, minimalism. Mass is confident, over scaled furniture with real presence and instantly recognisable expressive minimalism. As it takes on the marks of time, Mass will develop a natural patina across its surface, meaning each piece will age like a prized bronze statue.
Also available as a Console, Book Stand, Coat Stand and a Low Table.
Each light is a bold statement in its own right but our lighting often sits best in multiples. Endless reflections, spatial play and graphic arrangements showcase the extraordinary in our range. We have carefully curated a series of pendant systems from our best-selling collections. Each is unique and easy to install with a round, linear or mega ceiling canopy.
Please note the mega canopy does not sit flush against the ceiling
A brass-plated statement chandelier comprising of 4 double-layered white glass spheres distributed over four tiers. This space-filling classic chandelier creates a dramatic feature in any hotel lobby, dining room or restaurant. Also available in a smaller scale version – Short Chandelier.
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